About Lancaster High School

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Lancaster High School is a public, co-educational high school in Lancaster, CA. It was established in 1995 and now educates over 2,500 students. It is their vision to "empower our students to become personally and socially responsible members of society who are  equipped for post-secondary education, the workforce, and all challenges of the twenty-first century." 

Lancaster High has some of the best extra-curricular programs in the Antelope Valley. Along with Eagle Robotics, this high school also offers ROTC, numerous sports, and well-known clubs such as National Honor Society and California Scholarship Federation.

Lancaster High School became an accredited Project Lead the Way Site and James Irvine Foundation CTE Model School in 2003 largely due to the efforts of Eagle Robotics. Our Engineering Pathway allows students to enroll in up to 4 years of different engineering courses and after entering the program many students discover a passion for robotics.