• LHS Killough

    1301 Summit Ave. Lewisville, TX 75077 | P: (469) 713-5987 | F: (972) 350-9304

    Lewisville High School Killough Campus, has existed since the fall of 1997, the school district began construction of its current building in 2003. Prior to its current location, LHS Killough operated at what was formerly Milliken Middle School, the current location of DeLay Middle School, on Savage Lane.

    The campus, on Summit Avenue opened in the fall of 2005. At that time, the school was dedicated to retired LISD employee C. Douglas Killough, former principal at Lewisville High School and later assistant superintendent for Lewisville ISD. In 2004-2006, LHS Killough was named in the top 3% of schools in Texas by the Texas Business & Education Coalition Honor Roll. Killough also ranked in the “top 100 schools in Texas” in the 2006 issue of Texas Monthly magazine. Killough was featured in this issue because it earned the #1 public high school in the state based on the National Center for Educational Accountability System. Based on Killough’s exceptional performance on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills, the campus received an exemplary rating by the Texas Education Agency in 2008-2010.


    The following resources may be helpful to you as a new or returning Killough community member:

    New Student Enrollment  Academic Calendar  Campus Administration  Feeder Schools  Student Handbook


    Alma Mater
     
    Far down in a town so noble
    Challenging the eye,
    Stands the school above all others
    Stands our Lewisville High.
    Lewisville High to thee we shall be
    Ever loyal and true,
    Fighting always to do service
    For maroon and white.

    Alma Mater Music
     
    Fight Song
     
    Oh when that LHS team falls in line
    we're going to win boys win another time
    for that football team we love so well
    for that football team we'll yell and yell and yell
    and then its fight, fight, fight for every yard
    we'll circle in and hit that line so hard
    we're gonna put those __________ in the sod on the site
    Farmers f-i-g-h-t!
    Farmers hey, Farmers hey
    GO, FIGHT, WIN! 

    School Fight Song