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8th Grade Citizenship

posted May 22, 2019, 7:23 AM by Brandi Smith

Macayla Hackman, Cole Wallace, Madelyn Lilly

8th Grade Valedictorians

posted May 22, 2019, 7:20 AM by Brandi Smith

BR: Kyson Quick, Kaida Cook, Cole Wallace
FR: Macayla Hackman, Emma Buckner, Abigail Sullins, Aubri Tillery, Rylee Sundell

College English Presents School Improvement Projects

posted May 8, 2019, 7:16 AM by Brandi Smith

Mr. Ellis’ Advanced English class presented original propositions for school improvement today. Great ideas to consider! 


Frisco League Math Contest

posted May 6, 2019, 6:30 AM by Brandi Smith

FRISCO LEAGUE MATH CONTEST WINNERS! For the second year in a row, Licking's high school students who won 1st Place in the Frisco League Math Contest! In the Algebra 1 category, Syeira Tomery, Krysta Joyner, and Randall Hock all competed with Krysta placing 4th and Randall winning 1st place. In the Consumer and Technical Math category, Tori Porter won 3rd place. Nevaeh Neal, Lizzy Lewis, and Kaleigh Fox all competed in the Geometry category with Lizzy placing 7th and Kaleigh placing 4th. Another 1st Place win this year went to Isaac Haden, this time in Algebra 2. Helping the team effort was Richelle Schwarz who won 3rd in the Free-for-All category. And finally, taking yet another 1st place gold medal (this time in the Trigonometry and Logarithms division) was Tyler Chambers. It was a fun evening, and bringing home the 1st Place trophy again was pretty sweet! Congratulations to all who competed!

Mrs. Beckett, Mrs. Lewis, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Holmes

Licking History Club Explores Historic Kansas City Along with Illinois’ Native American Past.

posted Apr 11, 2019, 7:39 AM by Brandi Smith   [ updated Apr 11, 2019, 7:39 AM ]

Licking History Club Explores Historic Kansas City Along with Illinois’ Native American Past.

By: Justin Coffey, Suzie Blackburn, and Jimmie Stephens

The Licking History Club began its fourth year by exploring the once great Native American city of Cahokia located in Collinsville, IL. A city once boasting a population of 10,000 to 20,000 people around 1050 – 1150 A.D. was a ghost town by around 1350 A.D. Students got to walk through a recreated village scene, observe many of the stone tools utilized by the Native Americans and hiked to the top of Monks Mound, some 100 feet tall covering some 14 acres.

The second half of the day, students spent touring the National Museum of Transportation located in St. Louis, Missouri. They got to see and walk through many of the different styles of trains of days past, get up close with many of the classic cars of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, and even see Marty McFly’s driver’s license from the “Back to the Future” movies.

Over spring break, History Club Students traveled to Kansas City for a two-day exploration of the Harry S. Truman Museum, National Frontier Trails Museum and Steamboat Arabia Museum. The Truman Museum was like a walk-through Harry Truman’s life all the way up to his exit from the presidency. The National Frontier Trails Museum was dedicated to all those pioneers who braved the Oregon, Santa Fe, and California Trails in the mid 1800’s. Featuring some artifacts and tools from the period as well as many personal accounts of individuals lives as they made the dangerous trek west.

Consensus among the students was that the Steamboat Arabia Museum was the best museum. The Arabia sank in the Missouri River in 1856 and while all the passengers and crew were able to make it to safety, their cargo and one lonely mule was consumed by the muddy bottom of the river. In 1988, five ordinary gentlemen pooled their money and located the Arabia and soon after one of the world’s greatest single collection of pre-civil war artifacts was unearthed. One goal of our history club was for these students to be able to gain a greater appreciation and understanding of the people and events that came before them. In doing so, these students have discovered that Missouri and surrounding states, much like their people, have endured great pain and happiness, have had to make agonizing, life changing, and sometimes heartbreaking decisions but have come out stronger because of it. Licking History Club is an organization of some hard-working staff members, loving and dedicated parents, and most of all some outstanding kids that we have had the pleasure of knowing. We will be graduating a few members soon whose impact on this school has been invaluable and want to give them a special thanks as your presence will be missed more than you can imagine. Grace Bonnell, Lane Mesger, Athena Hood, Curtis Amburn, Richelle Schwarz, Kasen Monds, Tiana


Cat's Meow Performs at ICHSA

posted Feb 13, 2019, 1:40 PM by Brandi Smith

The Cat's Meow participated in the International Championship of High School A Cappella (ICHSA) on February 1st. The event was held at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. The group performed a 12 minute set list including three songs: This Is Gospel with soloist Keely Crossgrove, Hollow with soloist Morgan Langford, and I Need Your Love with soloist Cadrian Hutsell. They didn't place this year, but received their highest score yet!

Members of The Cat's Meow:
Grace Bonnell
Keely Crossgrove
Ayla Fike
Lexi Hadix
Athena Hood
Cadrian Hutsell
Morgan Langford
Kasen Monds
Kaleena Scheer
Ripleigh Sullins
Shakoda Swaringim 
Dameun Williams
Shakirah Williams

Licking Junior Cheer Camp

posted Feb 12, 2019, 10:01 AM by Brandi Smith

The Licking Junior Cheer Camp had a total of 81 participants this year! Cheer campers learned three chants, camp cheer, camp dance, and two jumps. Congratulations to these Junior Cheer Campers!!Special thanks to Mrs. Briana Link and high school helpers!!






FCCLA Officers Representing LHS

posted Jan 17, 2019, 1:56 PM by Brandi Smith   [ updated Jan 18, 2019, 10:39 AM ]

Congratulations to Sophomore Aubrie Stephens! She will represent Licking High School as the Region 9 Flag Leader for 2019-2020 school year.

Senior Athena Hood has served as a regional officer for the past two years.

Preschoolers in the Christmas Parade

posted Dec 4, 2018, 10:51 AM by Brandi Smith   [ updated Dec 4, 2018, 10:54 AM ]

The cold didn't stop our preschoolers from having a good time during the Christmas parade!

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