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Lafayette High School

Lexington, KY

Lafayette High School

Lexington, KY
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About

School: Lafayette High School
Address: 401 Reed Lane Lexington, KY
Mascot: Generals
State Association: Kentucky High School Athletic Association
Notable Alumni: Harry Dean Stanton (1926–2017),[9] American actor, musician, and singer[3] Jock Sutherland, basketball coach from Lexington, Kentucky[3] Gay Brewer (1931/1932 – 2007),[10] American professional golfer[3] John Y. Brown Jr. (born 1933),[11] American politician, entrepreneur, and businessman from the Commonwealth of Kentucky[3] Tom Hammond (born 1944),[12] American sportscaster for NBC Sports[3] Gatewood Galbraith (1947–2012),[13] American author and attorney[3] Gene Robinson (born in 1947 or 1948), former bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire[14] Jim Varney (1949–2000),[15] American actor, comedian, and writer[3] Ernie Fletcher (born 1952),[16] American physician and politician[3] Dirk Minniefield (born 1961), American retired professional basketball player[17] Drew Curtis, founder and an administrator of Fark[18] Austin Kearns (born 1980), American former professional baseball outfielder[19] Tyson Gay (born 1982),[20] American track and field sprinter[3] Ben Sollee, American cellist, singer-songwriter, and composer[3] Clark Janell Davis (born 1997), American beauty pageant titleholder[21]
How many state championship has your school won? Boys Basketball - 1942, 1950, 1953, 1957, 1979, and 2001 Baseball - 1988, 1989, and 1992
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? Our mission is to create a collaborative community that ensures all students achieve at high levels and graduate prepared to excel in a global society.
Who is the head football coach for your school? Eric Shaw Sr.

About

School: Lafayette High School
Address: 401 Reed Lane Lexington, KY
Mascot: Generals
State Association: Kentucky High School Athletic Association
Notable Alumni: Harry Dean Stanton (1926–2017),[9] American actor, musician, and singer[3] Jock Sutherland, basketball coach from Lexington, Kentucky[3] Gay Brewer (1931/1932 – 2007),[10] American professional golfer[3] John Y. Brown Jr. (born 1933),[11] American politician, entrepreneur, and businessman from the Commonwealth of Kentucky[3] Tom Hammond (born 1944),[12] American sportscaster for NBC Sports[3] Gatewood Galbraith (1947–2012),[13] American author and attorney[3] Gene Robinson (born in 1947 or 1948), former bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire[14] Jim Varney (1949–2000),[15] American actor, comedian, and writer[3] Ernie Fletcher (born 1952),[16] American physician and politician[3] Dirk Minniefield (born 1961), American retired professional basketball player[17] Drew Curtis, founder and an administrator of Fark[18] Austin Kearns (born 1980), American former professional baseball outfielder[19] Tyson Gay (born 1982),[20] American track and field sprinter[3] Ben Sollee, American cellist, singer-songwriter, and composer[3] Clark Janell Davis (born 1997), American beauty pageant titleholder[21]
How many state championship has your school won? Boys Basketball - 1942, 1950, 1953, 1957, 1979, and 2001 Baseball - 1988, 1989, and 1992
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? Our mission is to create a collaborative community that ensures all students achieve at high levels and graduate prepared to excel in a global society.
Who is the head football coach for your school? Eric Shaw Sr.