Lima City Schools Foundation
Established in 2002, the Lima City Schools Foundation (LCSF) promotes education in Lima by focusing on three major areas: academics, athletics and arts. The goals of the LCSF are to support the enrichment of school curriculum and extracurricular activities and programs, as well as work to improve instruction and facilities, and promote school-community recognition and awareness.
The LCSF is associated with the Lima Community Foundation and the Dayton Foundation. It is separate from the Lima City School District. Its all volunteer board is comprised of community members and alumni who are committed to its mission.
The LCSF has pavers available at Lima Senior High School and the South Science Technology Magnet, formerly South Middle School. At both schools, the pavers are prominently located in the walkways to the main entrances.
You may place pavers in memory or honor of alumni, friends and family. They are offered in two sizes and may be inscribed with three or six lines of type.
If you would like to download a paver order form, please click the Brochure/Paver link to the left. Additional information on the foundation is also available in the links.