LaBelle High School
    4050 East Cowboy Way
    LaBelle, Florida 33935
    Phone: 863-674-4120
    Fax: 863-674-4571

    Principal: David Kelley

    Assistant Principal: Iris Borghese

    Dean: Lori Perkins

    Dean of Guidance: Tammy Bass

    Athletic Director & Discipline Office:  Ryan Harris



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LHS Announcements

  • Advanced Placement (AP) scores showing positive trends at LaBelle High School


    LaBelle High School received their summer scores and would like to recognize teacher and student achievement. Mr. Cadet's AB and BC Calculus classes had a 100% pass rate. Mrs. Rodriguez's AP Spanish class had a 75% pass rate. Mrs. Bechtel's Biology class had 6 of 12 students pass and all students scored at the college ready level or above. The number of passing scores increased in World History, English Literature, Human Geography, Art, Statistics, Psychology, and Government. The curriculum from the AP program is more rigorous for students. College Board stresses the importance of scoring at least a score of 2 on the test. The score of 2 means the student will be college ready in that subject. Therefore, even if a student earns a 2, they benefit by increasing content knowledge when they make the commitment to engage in AP courses.


    LHS has expanded the number of test taken from 230 in 2012 to a projection of over 500 for the 2016-17 school year. As a community, AP helps grow students and they reward teachers and schools that participate. Students can earn college credit for scores over 3. Schools and teachers earn monetary rewards for all passing exams. Parents are reminded to check summer assignments of their children and email AP teachers.  If parents need any assistance or question about the LHS AP program please contact Dr. Iris Borghese or Mr. Kelley at 674-4120. Parents can also email kelleyd@hendry-schools.net.

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  • 2016-2017 School Year Calendar

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  • Career & Technical/Vocational Programs Non-Discrimination Statement

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  • What is your plan after High School?


    Please bring a copy of your enlistment paper, college or technical school acceptance letters.  We want to recognize you!

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2016-2017 School Day:
First Bell- 7:25am
Last Bell- 2:40pm
New Power Hour Schedule:

1st) 7:30-8:22

2nd) 8:27-9:14

3rd) 9:19-10:06

4th) 10:11-10:58

5th) 11:03-11:50

Power Hour 11:55-12:55

6th) 1:00-1:47

7th) 1:52-2:40

** All other possible Bell Schedules can be found on the Resources Home Page** 

Upcoming Events:

The Mission of LaBelle High School is to:
* PROVIDE a safe, caring and healthy environment where all can learn.
* PROMOTE personal integrity and service to others.
* ENCOURAGE individual strengths, uniqueness and cultural diversity.
* SHARE responsibilities with students and parents.
* HELP all to realize their full potential.

La Misión de la Escuela Secundaria LaBelle es :

* Proveer un ambiente seguro, el cuidado y saludable donde todos puedan aprender.
* Promover la integridad personal y servicio a los demás .
* Fomentar las fortalezas individuales singularidad y la diversidad cultural .
* Compartir responsabilidades con los estudiantes y padres de familia .
* A yude a todos a conseguir su total potencial .

Our Vision……..

Labelle High School students will be respectful, prepared, and engaged in the learning process.

Labelle High School Teachers will be professionals dedicated to preparing students for their individual futures and executing the policies set forth by the administration.

Labelle High School parents will engage in a partnership with the school and their children.

The LaBelle High School Administration will set and equitably enforce policies that create and support an optimal learning environment.

By meeting these standards, the students, parents, and staff of LaBelle High School will be equal partners, sharing goals and high expectations, as students prepare for the future.


Equal Opportunity Statement:  The School Board of Hendry County, Florida prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of race, sex, national origin, marital status, disability, age or religion.  It also includes all protection required by 34 CFR, 108.9 (Boy Scouts Act).  Individuals who wish to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint, or individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) may call the equity officer at (863) 674-4550.