About LSS


In the early 1950’s, if you were a teen in Langley you attended Langley High School.  LHS had been built in 1948, replacing the older high school building, where, bursting at the seams, students had to attend in either morning or afternoon shifts to accommodate them all. After the move, the older high school was turned into Langley Central School.

The first graduating class at the new school was the class of 1949.  There were 23 classrooms, a gym, science laboratories, 3 shops for industrial education and farm mechanics – and almost 1000 students.  In 1949-50, Grade 13 was added to the curriculum, whereas before students would have had to travel to other municipalities. A fire destroyed the industrial wing on April 30th, 1951, but it was soon rebuilt.

As families boomed, so did Langley’s population. By 1957-5, LHS had to again go on shifts as it had done in the old building, until Aldergrove High School opened in 1958. Students in the eastern half of the municipality attended Aldergrove, and students in the west attended Langley High School. Although it has grown and changed over the years, Langley High School, now Langley Secondary School, still serves many Langley teens.


  • Langley Secondary won more district and local scholarships this year than any other school in the district. (Last year we won the 2nd most. The year before we won the most.)
  • Over 60 students in our Leadership class organize numerous events for students at lunch hour.
  • Our Fine Arts students are preparing to travel to Disneyland next year to perform and to hone their skills through special workshops and various training sessions.
  • Over 60 students in our Leadership class organize numerous events for students at lunch hour.
  •  Members of our Social Justice class travelled to Belize on a volunteer mission in March. They are now planning for next year’s mission.
  • We held the World Food Day events in the Fall which was recognized at Parliament in Ottawa.
  • We have a full musical theatre production every year.  One of our fully-credited courses is Musical Theatre and it is scheduled every Monday night. HD Stafford students also take this course.
  •  We have a full wrestling program in partnership with HD Stafford.
  • We have a full LSS Dragon Boat Team (26 grade 9-12 students).
  • Last year, our Track and Field team came in 5th overall in BC with 8 medals. One of our grade 11 female track athletes was just named top high school female athlete in the province.  Another of our track athletes qualified for the Paralympics in London.
  •  In its inaugural year (2012), our Lacrosse Team took the Silver Medal at the Provincials in tier 2.
  • Students are travelling to Japan last March to practice their Japanese language skills and to experience the culture.
  • The students raised $2500 for 2 adopted families at Christmas through the Langley Christmas Bureau and the Ishtar Transition House this year.
  • LSS developed a partnership with Kwantlen Polytechnic University whereby our grade 12 students can take university credit courses in their grade 12 year for free! The program is called Kwantlen Xcel and this year is the first year of the new program.
  • Last year the average AVID grad has 100 credits with a 98% pass rate in all courses
  • LSS has many clubs and sports to get involved in:  Social Justice, Me-to We, Students for Change, Gay/Straight Alliance, Grad Council, Leadership, Hockey, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Swimming, Cross Country, Track and Field, Rugby, Wrestling, Lacrosse
  •  We provide free after school tutoring every day in our Tutoring Drop in Center.  Students are able to seek assistance in any subject area.
  • Unique Programs at LSS:  Hockey Academy, Intensive Fine Arts Program, Piping/Plumbing Dual Credit Post Secondary Program, Musical Theatre, AVID Program, Advanced Placement Program, Japanese, Dance, Dragon boating, Wrestling