About UsTHE COMMUNITIES:
Middle to upper income; 13 miles west of New London off Exit 70 of I-95; on the shore where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound; year-round population approximately 6,700—Old Lyme; 1,970—Lyme.
Most families commute to work in
Lyme-Old Lyme High School is a regional high school with approximately 428 students in grades 9-12 from the towns of Old Lyme and Lyme. The school district provides bus transportation for 98% of the student population. Students also have the option of enrolling in either a regional vocational-technical school or a vocational-agricultural school. Program offerings include the
A faculty of 57 includes three School Counselors, one Librarian, four Special Education Teachers, a School Psychologist, a Registered Nurse, and two Administrators.
Instructional Contacts: 860-434-1651
E-mail contact: last name + first letter of first name @region18.org
COUNSELING DEPARTMENT AFFILIATIONS: ASCA, CSCA, ACA, CCA, NACAC, NEACAC, College Board
ATHLETIC AFFILIATION: CAS, CIAC, Shoreline Conference
CLASS SIZE: Approximately 17 (average)
SCHOOL DAY: 7:45 AM - 2:24 PM; Schedule: Six 57-minute class periods
East (I-95): East Lyme,
West (I-95): Old Saybrook, Westbrook
North (Route 9): Valley Regional
A= 90+ B=80+ C=70+ D=60+ F=Below 60 P=Passing I=Incomplete WP=Withdraw Pass
WF=Withdraw Fail N= No Mark X=Excused
23 credits, including: English (4), Social Studies (3, including U.S. History & Civics), Math (3), Science (3), Vocational/Fine Arts (1), Physical Education (2). All students must carry 6.5 credits; all seniors must pass 4.5 credits in their senior year to graduate. The majority of students carry 7 or more credits.
GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA):
Courses in English, Math, Science, Social Studies and advanced World Languages are labeled to indicate level of difficulty and academic demands and responsibilities. AP=Advanced Placement; L1=Honors; L2=College-Preparatory; L3=Standard; all other courses not leveled.