Principal's Message

CHANCE NIX

Go Warriors!I am honored to be a member of the Warrior Nation, a team comprised of all LFO Warriors, both past and present, as the principal of LFO High School.  Last year, we received our first ever 5-star climate rating, outpaced the district and state in academic growth, and had the highest graduation rate in our school's history!  We also won our 9th Academic Decathlon STATE Championship, hosted our first STATE football playoff game in 15 years, and won the regional cheerleading championship!  There has never been a better time to be a Warrior! 

There is a popular acronym for the word team that showcases my philosophy regarding education and LFO High School:  Together, Everyone Achieves More.  Unlike a group, a team has a common mission. The Warrior Nation is a TEAM comprised of phenomenal students, parents, and educators, and our common goal is the safety and success of LFO's students.  Being a part of the Warrior Nation is a special privilege; it means you belong here and you are a part of something greater than yourself.  The next time you see a fellow Warrior, you can proudly say, "Feathers up," and know that you share something that only a Warrior can understand and something that will identify you as part of the TRIBE who supports and encourages each member to be his or her best in everything.

 Feathers up! 


 -Chance

About the principal:


Chance Nix is a former police officer who began his teaching career in 2008. He has degrees from Georgia Northwestern Technical College (A.A.S.), Tennessee Temple University (B.A.), Lincoln Memorial University (M. Ed.), and Valdosta State University (Ed. S. in Educational Leadership). He and his college sweetheart Heather have been married since 1994. Heather is a teacher at Ringgold Primary School in Catoosa County. They have two beautiful daughters (Hailey and Savannah), two dogs (Buscus and Dani), and one cat (Laquita).

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