Lake Shore High School
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Lake Shore High School is a high school located in the lakefront community of St. Clair Shores, Michigan. The school, a part of Lake Shore Public Schools, serves grades 9–12. The mascot for Lake Shore is the Shorian. Lake Shore High School offers training in CAD, dental careers, web design and video production along with college advance placement classes and dual enrollment. Lake Shore High School, along with all of the other district schools have been remodeled, equipped and technologically upgraded to serve students in an environment suited for the 21st century. Janelle Bross is the current principal with John Hartley and Todd Stevens as the current assistant principals.
|Lake Shore High School|
22980 East Thirteen Mile Road
|Type||Public high school|
|School district||Lake Shore Public Schools|
|Superintendent||Dr. Joe DiPonio|
|Rival||Lakeview High School|
|Feeder schools||John F. Kennedy Middle School|
Sports were active for the boys when the main school building opened in the mid-1920s. Girls' sports came to light in the early 1970s. Lake Shore is best known, athletically, for the 1993 and 1994 Boys' Basketball team that went 26–1 and 28–0, respectively, and winning the Class B State Championship in 1994. To this day they are still the only Boys Basketball team located in Macomb County to ever win the State Championship. The '1974' Lake Shore Hockey Team also won their only 'State Championship' with the final game being played at Yost Arena in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Lake Shore Marching Shorians are a flight III group. The school hosts three different band classes: Jazz Band, Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble. For concerts, graduation ceremony, and competition at MSBOA, Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble are combined into Wind Symphony. Pit Band is an elective ensemble who provide instrumental accompaniment to holiday, spring and musical choir performances. The choral program is one of the highest membership programs at Lake Shore, and includes the Woman's Chorale, Lake Shore Singers, Show Choir and Glee Club. The choirs also combine each spring to produce a musical; they performed their first musical in 1973.
- George Allen (1937) – American football coach in the National Football League and United States Football League; member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame
- John Ziegler, Jr. (1952) – President of the National Hockey League (1977-1992) and member of the Hockey Hall of Fame (1987)
- Alto Reed (1966) - Saxophonist, member of Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
- Candice S. Miller (1972) – Michigan Secretary of State, United States House of Representatives
- Faye Grant (1975) – actress
- Mark Wells (1975) – member of the 1980 Miracle on Ice U.S. Men's Olympic Ice Hockey team
- Thomas J. Wilson (1975) - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Allstate Corporation
- Donald Patrick Harvey (1978) – actor (Die Hard 2, Walker, Texas Ranger)
- Anne Fletcher (1984) – dancer, choreographer and film director
- Rachelle Wilkos (1989) – American television producer and wife of American television personality Steve Wilkos
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