Our School

Lyme-Old Lyme High School is a 9-12 grade school of 481 students located in the historic district of Old Lyme. Its philosophy is guided by the following mission statement:

Lyme-Old Lyme High School is a community of learners committed, with pride and purpose, to developing skilled problem solvers, effective communicators and contributing citizens.

James Wygonik, Principal
860-434-1651 x1003
wygonikj@region18.org

Principal James Wygonik

Principal James Wygonik

Jeanne Manfredi, Assistant Principal
860-434-1651 x1002
manfredij@region18.org

Assistant Principal Jeanne Manfredi

Assistant Principal Jeanne Manfredi

School Hours: 7:40 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.
Early Dismissal Hours: 7:40 a.m. - 11:10 a.m.

Attendance Hotline: 860-434-4444, extension 1098

PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

Welcome to Lyme-Old Lyme High School’s website.  We hope that you will find it to be informative

Jim Wygonik, Principal

and helpful. We also hope that you will be intrigued by what you see.  We are very proud of who we are and want to share our pride with all who stop by to get to know us.  There are many opportunities for you to do so within the pages and links you will find here. 

Lyme-Old Lyme High School is a “Community of learners committed, with pride and purpose, to creating skilled problem solvers, effective communicators and contributing citizens (Mission Statement).”  To that end, we focus on the education of the adolescent in the broadest sense of the word. SAT and AP scores and grades are important measures of the work we do, and we strive as a teaching and learning community to have excellent performance scores on these tests. To meet these goals, we offer a comprehensive mathematics, science, social studies and English program to our students.

In addition, we recognize that we are preparing the future leaders and citizens of our local and global community. To that end, we provide world language, counseling services, job shadowing and internship experiences, special services, performing and fine arts, physical education and health classes and civic opportunities to expose our youth to all that it means to be educated and healthy members of society. Our students are involved extensively in athletics and the arts, their school and local community. They are engaged, engaging and a source of pride for a community with very high standards for their youth.

Welcome to Wildcat Nation!

Jim Wygonik
Principal

LOLHS PROFILE

21st CENTURY LEARNING

 

21st Century Skills Rubric Page 1
21st Century Skills Rubric Page 2
21st Century Skills Rubric Page 3
21st Century Skills Rubric Page 4

 

CORE VALUES AND BELIEFS

DIRECTIONS TO LOLHS

Lyme-Old Lyme High School, 69 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT 06371

ADDRESS ON GOOGLE MAPS 

From Hartford Area
Route 9 to I-95 North.
Exit 70 off I-95.
At end of ramp take a left.
Go to 2nd light and take a right onto Halls Road.
Follow Halls Road to end and take a right onto Lyme Street.
Follow for 1/8 of a mile and turn left into the High School driveway (directly before firehouse) and follow this driveway to the High School which is located behind Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School.

From New Haven area
I-95 North
Exit 70 off I-95
At end or ramp take a left.
Go to 2nd light and take a right onto Halls Road.
Follow Halls Road to end and take a right onto Lyme Street.
Follow for 1/8 of a mile and turn left into the High School driveway (directly before firehouse) and follow this driveway to the High School which is located behind Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School.

From New London area
Exit 70 off I-95.
At end of ramp take a left onto Lyme Street.
Follow for 1/8 of a mile and turn left into the High School driveway (directly before firehouse) and follow this driveway to the High School which is located beind Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School.

HANDBOOK FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS

HONOR ROLL

INCIDENT REPORTING-ANONYMOUS

NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES (NEASC) REPORT

PROGRAM OF STUDIES AND ICEE - INDIVIDUALIZED/COOPERATIVE EDUCATION EXPERIENCE

SAFE SCHOOL CLIMATE PLAN / BULLYING PREVENTION PLAN