whether it’s with a paintbrush or a baseball bat, students and alumni discover and live out their passions every day in L’Anse Creuse
It may not surprise you to hear that a member of the L’Anse Creuse community is a published author whose debut book is available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.
Artwork created by our talented students.
Imagine for a moment, being on stage with your fellow musicians as your director explains to a filled auditorium that the next piece is no ordinary song, it is a song composed by you.
December 16, 1978: Seven points down, and with 47 seconds on the clock, the Lancers were sure they would be walking away with a second-place trophy.
“Softball is literally my whole life.”
The LCHS Marching Lancers certainly have something to be proud of.
When Tyler Conklin’s cell phone finally rang, he walked through the sea of people to take the call that would set the trajectory of his life.