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Featured Event: 2023 Homecoming
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Homecoming is a time to announce your Lake Shore pride. And after you’ve graduated, it’s a time to return to Saint Clair Shores and reminisce about your school days. Lake Shore High School would like to share our Spirit Week, allowing our students ample time to consult with friends and family and prepare outfits accordingly for the week of September 29th-October 6th themed Centennial Celebration.

According to the Census Bureau, the estimated population for Saint Clair Shores as of July 2022 is 57,742. Without an exact cheer decibel measurement or simple head count, it will feel like the entire community dressed in red and white along the parade route.

-The highly anticipated districtwide Spirit Week is outlined in the graphic below.
-The Junior vs. Senior Powderpuff game will be held on Sunday, October 1st at 5pm. Prior to the game, beginning at 10am, Hall Decorating will occur at Lake Shore High School.
-The City of Saint Clair Shores will present a proclamation on Monday, October 2nd at 7pm inside City Hall to celebrate Lake Shore's 100th year.
-Join us at our Homecoming parade* on Friday, October 6th beginning at 6pm. It will start at Kennedy Middle School, follow Greater Mack, and end at Lake Shore High School.
-The kickoff for our Homecoming football game against Eastpointe will be on Friday, October 6th at 7pm. During halftime, our Homecoming Court will be announced.
-Here's a checklist from our Athletic Department regarding policies for Varsity Football games.
-Our LSHS dance will run from 7:00 to 10:00pm on Saturday, October 7th inside the performance gymnasium. There will be no presale tickets; All tickets will be purchased for $15 each at the event. Guest passes are located inside the main office and due on the 6th.
-Contact our Student Congress advisor Rob Couck at [email protected] with any questions.

Note: There is no school for students on Monday, October 2nd; it is a District Professional Development Day for teachers.

*Below is a list of participants and their positions in the parade along with the list of float assignments for this year's parade. We will be representing the past 100 years of Lake Shore with a float dedicated to each decade of Lake Shore's existence.

-LSHS Marching Band
-LSFT Union
-Masonic Heights Elementary (followed by clubs) - 1920's
-Rodgers Elementary (followed by clubs) -1930's
-Violet Elementary (followed by clubs) - 1940's
-Kennedy Middle School (followed by clubs) - 1950's
-North Lake High School - 1960's
-Cheer Team -1970's
-Choir - 1980's
-Freshman court
-Freshman float 1990s
-Sophomore court
-Sophomore float - 2000's
-Junior court
-Junior float - 2010's
-Senior court
-Senior float - 2020's
-Administrators and BOE

This year for Grand Marshall we are inviting any and all alumni to come and join the float/decade in which they graduated; Meet at Kennedy Middle School no later than 5:30pm.

Spirit Days