Art in the Library
The Lee's Summit High School LMC is proud to display artwork created by LSHS students. Look for a rotating collection student art throughout the library, and don't miss the permanent collection of student art along the back wall near the Missouri History section. Here is a sample of the student art on display during the 2008/2009 school year.
Additionally, the Lee's Summit High School Library Media Center is a national grant recipient through the National Endowment for the Humanities. The large prints featuring famous art located in and around the podcasting suites are part of this generous grant. For more information on each print, visit the National Endowment for the Humanities website. Teachers may check out the entire collection or individual prints for classroom use.
Donating Student Art
The LMC is happy to accept student art for our permanent collection. Artwork must be created by a current or former Lee's Summit High School student. We would like to know the date or year the artwork was created, as well as some biographical information for the display. Donated art becomes part of the permanent library collection and is not returnable. Our hope is to create a larger art display area in a new or renovated library media center.