An artist can find inspiration in the world around them. From majestic photography to the fine details in drawings, painting and pottery, St. Vrain students shine at this year’s districtwide Art Show, Unframed.
This annual art show will showcase various works of art representing a wide variety of forms and media used by student artists. Works of art include paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, design, new media and much more from students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. And, every school in the district is represented at this show.
Each spring, the Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley hosts the Tribute to Teachers, which honors and recognizes the excellence of our teachers. Students, parents, colleagues and community members are invited to nominate teachers, and three from each school are selected to attend the event as finalists. During the event, one teacher from each school receives an Encore Award and a $100 gift card. Additionally, several teachers are honored as Spotlight educators and one as Teacher of the Year for their outstanding efforts on behalf of their schools and students.
If you're looking for some financial advice, ask one of these sophomores: Owen Robbins, Zachary Shutes, JT Sears, Jackson Staver, Lucy Matheson, and Emma Kittler. These LHS High School of Business Students competed in the Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge at the Charles Schwab campus in Lone Tree. Teams of six from schools across the state including 5A schools Monarch, Broomfield, and Grand View were each given $500,000 to invest and grow for 60 simulated days. The winning LHS team grew their investment over 90% to $952,000 landing them in 1st place out of 42 teams!
Congratulations to our boys' basketball team for our first state basketball championship since 1942! The final score was 62-59, decided in the final seconds of a thrilling game against the Lewis-Palmer Rangers. After trailing by fifteen at the start of the 4th quarter Lewis-Palmer managed to tie the game in the final minute. Oakley Dehning hit a huge three-point basket from the corner with 12.8 seconds to put the Trojans up for good.
Karen Holmes McKay passed the National Boards for Certified Teachers in School Counseling! She is now one of only 8 certified school counselors in the state of Colorado, and the first counselor in our district to become certified. The National Board certification process is a rigorous and self-reflective process that can take up to 3 years to complete.
Please be reminded that we will continue to ask that students carry their LHS student ID with them at all times. We also ask that all visitors, including parents, volunteers, and other guests, have a photo ID with them and check in with the main office upon entering our school building during the school day. Visitor badges will be issued at the front desk and we ask that you display them in a visible manner while you are visiting Longmont High.