|Lafayette School Corporation|
|Tippecanoe County, Indiana|
|Motto||Pursuing excellence one student at a time|
|Vice-president||Kay A. Walton|
|NCES District ID||1805400|
|Students and staff|
The Lafayette School Corporation administers three high schools, one intermediate school, one Jr. High School and eight elementary schools in Lafayette, Indiana. Its administrative offices are at 2300 Cason Street in Lafayette, Indiana.
History of the Lafayette School Corporation
Originally known as the School City of Lafayette, the district became the Lafayette School Corporation on January 1, 1963. Its superintendents have included:
- A. J. Vawter, 1855–1863
- J. W. Molière, 1863–1867
- Jacob Merrill, 1867–1890
- Edward Ayres, 1890–1902
- Russell Bedgood, 1902–1904
- Robert F. Hight, 1904–1921
- D. W. Horton, 1921–1923
- A. E. Highley, 1923–1932
- Morris E. McCarty, 1932–1947
- Aaron T. Lindley, 1947–1952
- Dr. J. Russell Hiatt, 1952
The district's current superintendent is Mr. Les Huddle.
Lafayette's school system has built a reputation for extracurricular programs, especially its band, choral, and visual arts programs. The Marching Bronchos, under the direction of Thomas W. Barker, Jr., have qualified for ISSMA State Marching Band Finals seven times since 1983 and have performed in Hollywood, Philadelphia, Orlando, and Hawaii. The wind ensemble has consistently qualified for ISSMA State Concert Band Finals since 2001. The concert choir, Varsity Singers, under the direction of Jeff Vallier and John Satterfield, has consistently qualified for ISSMA State Concert Choir Finals since 1994, receiving second-place honors three times. The show choir The First Edition is nationally known, including performances in Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia, Nashville, Washington D.C., Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, New York City, Europe, Mexico, and the Bahamas, and has been recognized on four occasions since 1990 by the Indiana General Assembly for outstanding achievements in musical performance and community contributions. Students in the visual arts program consistently take top honors at state and national level competitions.
Board of School Trustees
Current members of the elected non-partisan Board of School Trustees of the Lafayette School Corporation include:
|Vice President||Kay A. Walton||5|
|Board Member||David R. Moulton||1|
|Board Member||Robert Stwalley||2|
|Board Member||Brent Clemenz||3|
|Board Member||Stephen Bultinck||7|
All regular meetings of the Board of School Trustees of the Lafayette School Corporation are held at the Hiatt Administration Center located at 2300 Cason St. in Lafayette, Indiana on the second Monday of each month at 7:00pm.
- Earhart Elementary School 
- Edgelea Elementary School 
- Glen Acres Elementary School 
- Miami Elementary School 
- Miller Elementary School 
- Murdock Elementary School 
- Oakland Elementary School
- Vinton Elementary School 
2006-2008 school years
In August 2006 Lafayette Tecumseh Junior High School (formerly Tecumseh Middle School) was renamed, and assigned to serve all 7th and 8th grade students in the LSC. Lafayette Sunnyside Middle School was renamed Sunnyside Intermediate School and started serving all 5th and 6th grade students in 2010.
- "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for Lafayette School Corporation". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved 24 September 2014.
- Cecil S. Webb, Historical Growth of the Schools of Lafayette, Indiana, Lafayette School Corporation, 1972.