Ell Ess Pe Yearbook featured in 2017 Jostens Look Book
Sixty-five members of the LaSalle-Peru Township High School class of 2017 were inducted into the LP Honor Society on Thursday morning.
The LPHS Hall of Honor will recognize LPHS alumni, educators, and supporters for exceptional achievements in academic, artistic, or athletic pursuits or other distinguished achievements.
Congratulations to the students who earned High Scholarship or Honor Roll recognition in the first semester of the 2016-2017 school year.
LPHS named Nic Bollis and Abigail Steinberg, both LP seniors from Peru, its top youth volunteers of the year.
LP teacher Scott Lauer and maintenance staffer Tim Tomminello were recognized as the Renaissance Tireless and Staff award honorees for the past semester.
The Spring 2017 Boys Baseball Camp will be Saturday, March 11, 2017.
Beginning in the second semester of the current school year, all classes at LPHS will be graded using grading categories (i.e. tests, quizzes, homework, labs, etc.).
Following the upcoming retirement of Principal Deb Nelson, current Associate Principal Stephanie Jeanblanc will fill the principal's seat.
Chromebooks should be transported in the school issued carrying case.
The LP Super Fan section received the 2016 Jack Kelly Fair Play Award Special Recognition.
LPHS senior Keegan Miller was named the 2016 Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Citizenship Award winner.
LPHS senior Jessica Kurkowski was named the 2016 Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Citizenship Award winner.
Beginning this school year, LPHS posts an annual assessment overview online.
LaSalle-Peru Township High School Counseling Division Chair Emily Carney was recently selected for the University Of Chicago’s Outstanding Educator Award.
LP Seniors have the opportunity for local photographers to submit yearbook photos. Get the details here.
Beginning this year all elementary and middle school students attending LP home football games must be accompanied by an adult.
La Salle-Peru Township High School is pleased to announce its top 10 students after eight semesters from the class of 2016.
The LaSalle-Peru Township High School Foundation for Educational Enrichment recently awarded $24,533.80 in grants to LP’s teachers for the next school year.
Kids can now sign up for basketball, volleyball, soccer, football, cheer, and musical summer camps.
LP student authors who submitted original pieces to the NIB12 Literary Festival Competition were celebrated for their outstanding work and efforts.
LPHS is working with The Center for Prevention Research and Development at the University of Illinois to conduct a survey of Illinois middle and high school students.
A quick review of many of the sports and club highlights from the Winter 2015-2016 Season
Sixty-one members of the LaSalle-Peru Township High School class of 2016 were inducted into the LP Honor Society on Thursday morning.
Asbestos abatement activities at LP are currently scheduled to commence on March 25, 2016 with an anticipated completion date no later than April 10, 2016.
Information from the Illinois State Board of Education regarding the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessment.
The High Scholarship Legion Honors Program on February 25 honored some of LP's top academic students.
LP senior Abby Happ is one of just 50 students in the state selected as an honorable mention recipient for the IHSA All-State Academic Team.
Congratulations to the LPHS students who have earned high scholarship and honor roll status in the first semester of the 2015-2016 school year.
A new plaque in memory of George Weber, a former LP teacher and coach, was recognized prior to the varsity girls basketball game on Saturday, Jan. 16.
The LP Cavalettes Li’l Kickers Winter 2016 performance is coming up soon.
To improve communication between LP and our students' families, teachers have new contact information.
Additional assistance in the areas of both Math and English will be available this semester during afternoon and early evening hours.
Get all the details on the upcoming Final Exam schedule.
The latest College Board data shows the number of LaSalle-Peru Township High School students earning Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar status continues to increase.
A quick review of many of the sports and club highlights of the first quarter of Fall 2015
Business teacher Scott Lauer has been named a STAR in the Classroom educator.
Beginning Monday, October 18, there will be a reading/writing lab for students to receive assistance from 7:00-7:40 a.m.
Students, use this information to have a great experience with your Chromebook when you're off campus.
LaSalle County State’s Attorney Brian Towne and LaSalle-Peru Township High School forensic science teacher Nancy Kochis recently announced the creation of a new scholarship opportunity for LP students.
Edu-Care will "kick-off" its child care class for the 2015-16 school year by having its annual Indoor Carnival from 3:30-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29
Aimee Taylor, LaSalle-Peru Township High School Choral Director, was recently selected to be the newest member of Cor Aimee Taylor Cantiamo, a highly selective musical organization.
LP's Fall Basketball Camp for boys ages 7-14 (Grades 1-8) will be Saturday, Oct. 24.
The LP Senior Board is now selling special spirit gear!
LaSalle-Peru High School’s Renaissance program was honored once again at a Jostens Renaissance National Conference.
It's time to start signing up for the annual Cavs 5K, which is on Saturday, Oct. 10 -- Homecoming Weekend!
With registration and the first days of school roughly a month away, the 2015-2016 LPHS Registrations fees are now available to review.
It's time to sign up your foursome for the Annual LP EndZone Club Golf Outing. The outing is on July 11, 2015 at Senica's Oak Ridge Golf Club.
There is a vacancy on the LPHS Board of Education. District residents interested in joining the board can now submit their name for consideration.
Beloved LP English teacher and yearbook advisor Georgia Stohr passed away on the morning of May 27, 2015.
La Salle-Peru Township High School is pleased to announce its top 10 students after eight semesters from the class of 2015.
LP families are invited to purchase photos of the LP Class of 2015 photo with proceeds going toward the purchase of a new mascot costume.
Seventeen LaSalle-Peru Township High School students competed recently in the Northern Illinois Big XII 2015 Literary Festival.
As part of LP's planned renovations for the school this summer, work to abate some areas of asbestos will begin on June 8, 2015 with an anticipated completion date no later than June 20, 2015.
Many of LP's outstanding seniors were recognized during the annual Senior Award Program.
The registration form for LP 2015 Summer Camps is now available.
Informational meetings and try-outs for next year's Cavalettes start soon.
56 members of LP's senior class were named to the LPHS Honor Society.
For the second year a Rummage Sale will be held to benefit the Cavs in Crisis Fund. Come out for some great deals from 8 a.m.- 2p.m. on Saturday, April 11 in Sellett Gym.
The LPHS Board of Education recently approved a long-term Facility Master Plan Proposal. Community members are now asked to offer feedback on the proposal.
There will be a week-long musical theater camp at LP for students in grades 5-8 in June.
LP juniors in AP English Language & Composition classes visited IVCC to learn how to use a college’s library resources as they prepare to write their researched papers.
Cavaliers recognized for their ongoing academic successes.
Teachers, parents, and students across Illinois have the opportunity to participate in the annual statewide Illinois 5Essentials Survey.
A brief message from Superintendent Wrobleski about what's happening at LP.
The LP Symphonic Band and members of the LP Choir were selected to perform at the annual ILMEA All-State Conference in Peoria.
It's time to start registering for youth baseball and softball clinics at LP this spring.
The LP Cavalettes Li'l Kickers will be performing on Feb. 21. Registration is due by Feb. 9
Wild Bill! An Evening with James Butler Hickok is actor/writer Walt Willey’s tribute to fellow Illinoisan and Old West legend, James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok. Willey will be performing the one-person show on Saturday, February 7 at 7:30PM and Sunday, February 8 at 2:00PM at the Matthiessen Memorial Auditorium.