China is an immense and vibrant country with more than 5,000 years of history. Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world. China has the 3rd largest economy and is the 2nd largest trading partner of the United States. Learning Chinese has become important and popular in American schools. Many high schools offer Chinese programs as an advanced curricular experience that requires an application process. SVVSD makes Chinese available to all students without extra requirements.
May 5, 2014, 4:03pm By Chris Chou, MBSA Program Coordinator
The MBSA program at Longmont High School celebrated its inaugural graduating class at the 2014 MBSA Senior Night on April 23, 2014. LHS seniors Keaton Gaibler, Nikolai Harroun, Jessica Perez Diaz and Megan Tulenko presented their senior internship/capstone projects to a group that included the SVVSD superintendent, SVVSD school board members, LHS faculty, LHS students, family members and MBSA program partners.
Kevin Ortiz, one of Longmont High's very talented Music Technology students, has been selected as the recipient of the The University of Colorado at Denver's Summer Music Industry Program. This intensive program will run from June 15-27 with an instructional focus on Performance, Song Writing, Music Business, and Recording Arts.
A group of students in AP Biology (including several MBSA seniors) have been a part of Longmont High School's SMART Team (Students Modeling A Research Topic). The SMART Team has been researching and studying the structure and function of the protein Ricin. With guidance from Dr.
To apply for admissions to the MBSA program starting fall 2014, please complete the application and return it to the Longmont High School Counseling Office. Be sure to include a copy of your most recent transcript. We will be accepting students in a rolling admission basis.