Seniors & Graduation Information

3 Easy Ways to Register to Vote!

Please take a moment to view an important  message from our Counselor Taylor Reuhl about how to register to vote:
Other voting resources:
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Election day is Nov. 3
Registration deadlines
Online: Oct. 26
By mail: Received by Oct. 26
In person: Nov. 3
Absentee ballot deadlines
Return by mail: Postmarked by Nov. 3
Return in person: Nov. 3 by 8:00 p.m.
Early voting
Oct. 16 - Nov. 3, but dates and hours may vary based on where you live

Additional information
The deadline to update an existing voter registration with a new name or address is Monday, October 26, 2020 

You can also register and vote on Election Day

Welcome Class of 2021!

Welcome Seniors!  Please check out this special message from Teachers & Staff.


ALways Rising | LWHS Graduation Honors

Honor Cords:
Please Note: 2020 Honor Cords have been distributed.
  • All Gold, Silver & Departmental (White) cords are $7 each. 
  • Honor Society cords are provided by the Honor Society at no charge
Eligibility requirements are noted below:
Cumulative GPA Honor Cords
Gold:  GPA 3.8-4.0
Silver: GPA 3.5-3.79
Department Honor Cords (White)
Departmental Honors- Students are selected from applications by department chairs and departments (every student is eligible to receive only ONE cord, despite the number of departmental honors they qualify for)
Honor Society (Blue)
Must meet Honor Society Criteria.  Cords are provided by the Honor Society

Additional Commendations:

Golden Kang Medallion
Top % of class that have five or more AP classes and at least one activity or sport.
Principal's Award
This award recognizes those students who qualified as the top 5% based on GPA and SAT or ACT Scores
President's Award
This award is sponsored by the US Department of Education.  Its purpose is to recognize students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and placed in the 85th percentile or higher on the sub-scores of the SAT or ACT
Washington State Honors Award
The Washington State Honors Award is a state program that honors the top ten percent of the current year's Washington State high school graduating class. 
AP Capstone Diploma Candidate (Medallion)
Students who have passed four AP classes in addition to completing AP Seminar and AP Research and are eligible to receive the College Board’s distinguished Capstone Diploma.
AP Capstone Certificate Candidate

Students who have completed AP Seminar and AP Research and are eligible to receive the College Board’s Capstone Certificate.