South Lyon High School

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South Lyon High School

South Lyon High School is located in South Lyon, Michigan and is part of South Lyon Community Schools. Its cross-town rival is South Lyon East High School.

Principal[edit]

  • Principal- Chad Scaling

History[edit]

The South Lyon Union School District was formed in 1876. In 1915, South Lyon Union High School was constructed on the same site at Liberty and Warren. It served as the district school for many years, and was later used as the School Administration Building, until it was demolished in 1998. In 1955, a new high school was built for the district - Bartlett Elementary. Another new High School was established in 1969 (now Millennium Middle School). In 1990, South Lyon High School moved to its current location, at 11 mile and Pontiac Trail. In 1999, South Lyon High School received an addition, that included 22 classrooms an auxiliary gym and a new wrestling room. Over the 2007 summer break, South Lyon High School underwent a major renovation including new flooring, new ceilings in the commons area, and more modern design features. South Lyon's Mascot is the Lion with the colors blue and gold. Also in 2007, main construction on South Lyon East High School was completed, and the new, 2nd high school opened in that year.

Memberships[edit]

Athletics[edit]

  • Mascot: Lions
  • Colors: Blue & Gold

South Lyon High School athletics is a member of the following leagues and associations.

Fall Sports[edit]

  • Men's Football
  • Marching Band
  • Women's Basketball
  • Men's Cross Country
  • Women's Cross Country
  • Women's Golf
  • Women's Swimming and Diving
  • Men's Soccer
  • Women's Cheer
  • Women's Pompon
  • Men's Tennis
  • Coed Equestrian

Winter Sports[edit]

  • Men's Basketball
  • Women's Volleyball
  • Men's Wrestling
  • Men's Swimming and Diving
  • Women's Competitive Cheer
  • Women's Competitive Pompon
  • Men's Hockey
  • Men's Bowling
  • Women's Bowling
  • Men's Ski
  • Women's Ski

Spring Sports[edit]

  • Men's Baseball
  • Women's Softball
  • Men's Track and Field
  • Women's Track and Field
  • Women's Soccer
  • Men's Golf
  • Women's Tennis
  • Women's Lacrosse
  • Men's Lacrosse

Notable alumni[edit]

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Coordinates: 42°28′24″N 83°39′02″W / 42.4733°N 83.6505°W / 42.4733; -83.6505