Lyman High Class



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Lyman High class of 1970  Starting our 9th continuous year on the Wide World Web

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Class of 1969 was the
last class to graduate
in the "Old Lyman

Class of 1970 was the
first class to graduate in
the new Lyman High

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Principal Carlton Henley

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Welcome  -  Lyman High School Class  Reunion 2000 - 2010

Having  a Class Reunion For Lyman High?

Open to all people who attend or attended Lyman High - and is free, you can of course make a donation.  You can have your name added to your Class Directory, as well as photos past and present -  If you are having a class reunion and would like to have it listed or a page hosted on we charge only a small fee. 
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The Institute for Engineering

Lyman High School is unique in that it houses a magnet program called the Institute for Engineering. The Institute for Engineering is a pre-engineering magnet program with emphasis on mathematics and science. It is an academic and technology related program designed to prepare students for advanced educational and job related experiences in fields related to engineering. Students involved in this program explore all areas in the curriculum, use the most current technology, and are academically challenged to achieve at their highest potential. It is recommended that students wishing to enter the Institute have strong backgrounds in math, science, and the use of technology. In the ninth grade students take physics along with either algebra I or geometry and their teachers work collaboratively on lessons to enhance learning in each class.

Within the Institute for Engineering there are four areas of specialization: aerospace engineering, electrical engineering, computer modeling & simulation, and architectural engineering & design. During the freshman year, students in the Institute are required to choose a specialization to pursue for the rest of their high school career.

Clubs and Other Activities

Lyman High School has a wide variety of clubs and after school activities. These include Academic Team, Anime Club, Art Club, ASL Club, Band, Beta Club, BHX- Black History Experience Committee, Bible Club, BPA (Business Professionals of America), Chess Club, Chorus, College Club, Color Guard/Dance Team, DECA, FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes), FEA (Future Educators of America), FFA (Future Farmers of America), Freshman Class, Frisbee Club, Greyhound Growl, Greyhound Radio Club, International Club (Spanish/French), JROTC, Junior Class, Latin Hip-Hop Club, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, Octagon, Pep Club, Ping Pong Team, Rowing Team, SECME, Senior Class, SkillsUSA, Sophomore Class, Student Government, Thespian Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, United Students, and Yearbook.

About Lyman High School

For a long time, Lyman High School has been seen has a "5-Star" school. Along with its unique and outstanding distinctions, "US Weekly" ranked Lyman High School in the top .05%(#176) of their review of "The Top 1000 Best Schools in the Nation." This placed Lyman High School as the second best school in Seminole County.

In the 2005-2006 school year, Lyman High school was rated as a "B" school, raising its grade from a "C". Seminole County also released the FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) for that same school year and remarkably, the scores were higher than the previous year, revealing the administration and staff's hard work in order to prepare their students.

Lyman High School's advances in technology have been proven as well. The school is considered the most technologically advanced High School in the entire Central Florida area.

Lyman High School TV Studio

Lyman High School houses Central Florida's most comprehensive and one-of-a-kind Television Production Program, headed by Instructor Gayle Goodridge of Orlando, a certified Television Production Instructor. Lyman High School's TV Program has won countless awards and distinctions for its outstanding role in providing optimal quality to the entire school population. With four different levels of TV classes, students learn the in's and out's of television production. With all that the students do in this program, it is considered one of the most professional and business like production classes in Seminole County.

Where in the World is... - 1970 yearbook picture

Lyman High School class 1970

Lyman High - Can you help us find Missing Classmates? Clarence Cain - Charles Callahan - Susan (Carter) Hasty - Christi Lynn Castle - Sandra (Checky) Hochaschild - Donald Clark - Kathy Jo Clark - Lori Jean Coleman - Dan Collins - Richard K. Conley - Connie Connelly - Larry M. Cote   - Hiram F. Cox - Sharon (Cronk) Nicholson - Frank Crout - Bruce DeBeer - Linda (Delillo) Mann ....

If you wish to have your e-mail address added to the Classmate Directory please send me an email

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