For a team of Advanced Placement chemistry and biology students at Longmont High School, being SMART is a huge compliment. These 9 students are part of the SMART (Students Modeling a Research Topic) team that recently presented at the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s (ASBMB) conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
Others aren't even Longmont High students. They come from Niwot or Westview Middle School. But they all come together in the Longmont High School band hall to pound sticks against wood and skin and to be the best drumline in state.
"They're still a young group but they've grown a lot from last year," said band director David Merrill. "A really hardworking group of students. They get here early, they work outside of practice, they keep their grades up, they do everything really well."
March 14, 2015, 7:58am By Brad Cochi, BoCoPreps.com
Longmont High School has waited 18 years for its boys basketball team to get another shot at its long-awaited third state title. At Coors Events Center on Friday night, Longmont defeated Sierra 43-36 in the 4A Final Four to advance to the state title game.
March 2, 2015, 12:08pm By Medical and BioScience Academy
On February 25th, Longmont High School's Medical & BioScience Academy (MBSA) students visited the Biomedical Engineering Program at Colorado State University. During their visit, they toured the newly-constructed Bioengineering Building, designed and built a prototype for a prosthetic foot, and learned more about the field of biomedical engineering from Dr. Kevin Lear, Director of the Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Program.
Six Longmont High School students in the Medical & BioScience Academy began their internship at Longmont United Hospital with a day-long orientation on January 19th. This semester, MBSA students will be conducting their senior internship experiences in various health care areas including radiology, emergency medicine, nursing, family practice, nutrition, orthopedics, and mental health.
The Longmont Boys Basketball team improved to 12-0 on Saturday following a win over 7th ranked 5A Montbello. The Trojans are the only undefeated team remaining in 4A boys basketball and have been ranked #1 since the beginning of the season, while the Girls Basketball team has improved to 10-3 with impressive wins over the likes of Thompson Valley, Niwot, and Northridge. See the links below to view highlights and articles for both programs.
December 11, 2014, 12:32pm By Chris Chou, MBSA Coordinator
Starting Fall 2015, Longmont High's MBSA students will be guaranteed admissions to Colorado State University. Students who successfully complete the rigorous coursework of the MBSA program, have a minimum 3.25 GPA and ACT composite score 22+, and apply to CSU by November 1 will be guaranteed admissions to this world-class university.