Lanier High School

 
 
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Lanier High School Mission and Vision Statement:

Mission: Lanier High School will empower students to learn, lead, and succeed.

Vision: Lanier High School students and graduates will maximize their full potential, positively impact their community, and be world-class citizens who are prepared for a post-secondary and/or work-force career.


LANIER ACADEMIES and pathways:

CDAT - S.T.E.M.

Advanced Career - Innovations in Science and Technology  ●  Programming  ●  Engineering and Technology  ●  Computer Science


Multimedia Communications and Fine Arts

Audio-Video Technology and Film


Global Business and Leadership

Business and Technology  ●  Entrepreneurship  ●  Financial Services


Life and Health Sciences

Therapeutic Services  ●  Sports Medicine  ●  Culinary Arts  ●  Nutrition and Food Science


Key Business Partners:

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State Farm

State Farm supports the CDAT - S.T.E.M. Academy financially and through professional-to-student mentoring. They are passionate about helping all kids see the benefit of working in the IT-S.T.E.M field as they employ thousands of workers. State Farm sees the benefit of promoting S.T.E.M. fields to diverse audiences, including working alongside groups on campus like the Leading Ladies and our middle school to encourage younger girls to pursue S.T.E.M in high school. 


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Sugar Hill Maker Fest

The Sugar Hill Maker Fest was inspired by the “maker movement” that encourages creativity and sharing innovative ideas. The CDAT–S.T.E.M Academy partners with the City of Sugar Hill in planning and developing the annual festival, bringing together the vendors, attendees, logistics and more. On the day of the event, students across our cluster of schools share their
creativity with the community, local creative businesses, artists, and vendors in downtown Sugar Hill. In it’s third year, the Sugar Hill Maker Fest hosted almost 3,000 visitors during the one-day event in 2017. The city awarded official proclamations to all student leaders who participated for their contributions to the city.


Principal: Christopher Martin
Academy Coach: Quincy Wallace