Longmont High School (LHS), founded as Longmont’s original high school in 1901, is a learning community committed to guiding students in becoming productive, empowered and involved citizens of the world.
All students have access to a full continuum of rigorous academic course offerings and a diverse selection of co-curricular activities. Additionally, LHS is home to several instructional focus programs which include Advanced Placement (AP) courses, the Medical and BioScience Academy (MBSA) and the High School Business Program. In addition to their coursework, students have the opportunity to participate in internship programs with local professionals, earn industry certifications, and earn college credits.
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Our 21st Century Vision
Longmont High School will focus on innovative and collaborative education to create a path to success for students. Success will be defined as students being academically, socially and emotionally prepared to transition from secondary education to globally engaged lifelong learners. Placing the highest priority on reading, writing and math, our instruction will support consistent academic achievement by meeting and surpassing grade level measurements as defined by local, state and federal benchmarks. Longmont High School will engage students through inquiry and authenticity by developing lessons that embrace exploration and creation with a personalized digital connection.