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Our Mission 

  • All students will be prepared for productive post secondary options upon graduation 

We Believe 

  • Students must be engaged in order to learn.
  • Students who participate in extra-curricular activities, sports, and clubs are more engaged in school.
  • Parents are essential partners in their children's education.
  • Classroom instruction must be differentiated in order to meet the needs of all learners.
  • The school structure must provide support for all learners.
  • Working together, we can prepare students for productive post-secondary options.

Our Motto

  • Success through Scholarship, Honor, and Spirit.



Th e "Roar"

  • View our school newspaper by clicking the image below; Don't miss the parent newsletter on the back page.
Volume VIII Issue III

About Us

  • With one of the largest building floor plans in our school district, we are thrilled to have 14 science labs (6 biology, 2 chemistry, 1 physics and 5 general science rooms), 5 computer labs, an extraordinary vocational/occupational facility complete with an auto, welding, woodworking, and CAD drafting labs, a state of the art Business and "Company" center, a well designed and equipped culinary arts center and child development lab, an extensive Fine Arts wing which houses the visual arts, music, drama and publications programs with a 500 seat performing arts theatre, a well designed and highly functional library and career center, and a 3,000 seat regional gymnasium.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

1. Attention Students with Off Campus!! Don't forget to get your Second Semester "off-campus stickers" for the back of your student ID from Mrs. Baird in the Counseling Office between classes or at lunch. (Baird 2/12-2/26)

2. Students, High School Proficiency Exams are NEXT WEEK! These tests are for all Juniors and Seniors who have not passed them yet. All 10th graders will also be taking the Science Exam. The Exam dates are: Monday, March 2 - Math, 8:00 am.
Tuesday, March 3 - Reading, 8:00 am.
Wednesday, March 4 - Writing, 8:00 am.
Thursday, March 5 - Science, 8:00 am.
Thursday, March 5th will be a 3 hour delayed start for all 9th graders and any 11th or 12th graders who have already passed the Science Proficiency Exams. All 10th graders and any 11th or 12th graders who still need to pass Science will need to report to your testing rooms at 8:00 Thursday, March 5th. Testing room assignments will be posted in the hallway next week. Please see your counselor or stop by the Main office if you have questions or aren't sure if you need to take any of the tests. (Office 2/19-2/27)

3. Cougarlicious tickets will be on sale in main hall both lunches until March 6th. The show is Friday, March 6th at 7:00. Ladies, get your tickets now! (Faker 2/23-2/27)

4. Battle of the Bands is coming up for Spring Fling! Get your packets in 201. So get your band ready and start practicing!! (Faker 2/23-2/27)

5. A Driver Education class will be offered at Spanish Springs during spring break, March 30-April 2. This 30 hour class fulfills the classroom requirement for a driver's license in Nevada if you are under 18. The cost is $94. For more information, pick up a flier at your school's counselors office or call 829-9010 for more information and to register. (Office 2/25-3/27)

6. Students, the Classroom Assignments for next week's proficiency testing are posted in the hall between the Library and the Career Center. Please check the lists for each test to see if and where you need to test. You will report to your testing rooms at 8:00 am. Please stop by the office if you have questions. (Office 2/25-2/27)


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