Lewis County Public Schools:  Building Futures Through Education
51 Middle School Lane  |  P.O. Box 69  |  Vanceburg, KY  41179 Phone:  606-796-6228  |  Fax:  606-796-6255
OUR SCHOOL
Lewis County Middle School serves grades seven and eight with an approximate student enrollment of 350.  The mission statement of LCMS is “to build a community of lifetime learners”.  Our goal is to educate students toward being college and career ready.  We guarantee a dedication to the students' education and a caring environment for the school family.  We view education as a cooperative effort among teachers, students, parents, and community.
Guidelines for Success Learn respect for self and others. Come prepared to learn. Make an honest effort. Success in school is the result.
Belief Statements We believe teachers can change lives. We believe learning is a lifelong process. We believe learning can lead to success.
"Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere."
Lewis County (Vanceburg) is located in the Northern Kentucky River Region, approximately 90 miles northeast of Lexington, 90 miles southeast of Cincinnati, Ohio, and 60 miles west of Huntington, West Virginia.  Founded in 1806, Lewis County is named for Meriwether Lewis of the Lewis & Clark expedition.  For more information about Lewis County, see the Resources page. 
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51 Middle School Lane  |  P.O. Box 69  |  Vanceburg, KY  41179 Phone:  606-796-6228  |  Fax:  606-796-6255