Thompson Valley High School

Thompson Valley High School

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Lanny Hass

Thompson Valley High School

Principal: Lanny Hass

1669 Eagle Dr. Loveland, CO 80537
Phone: 970 613-7900

Mission: A community inspiring lifelong learning.  

Vision: Together, we create unique experiences in a supportive environment that empowers lifelong learning.

 Belief Statement: Students will build skills to: achieve academic and career goals; contribute to society; achieve an understanding of cultural diversity; achieve self-pride and confidence; and achieve learning as a lifelong experience.

Colors: Black and gold

Mascot: Eagle

Describe: We are a great comprehensive high school with an outstanding academic record. We are welcoming and inviting and offer a full spectrum of curriculum with a strong Advanced Placement program, arts, theater, music, extracurricular activities, and clubs. We are a community of learners – staff, students, and parents.

Stellar Points: Twenty-four Advanced Placement courses; in top 1,200 schools in nation offering AP (U.S. News & World Report); highly educated/qualified staff; always something going on! We are the community school with a community pool, theater and Ray Patterson Field; annually win state art contests; have three different partnerships with CSU and a strong partnership with UNC for research projects

Special Offerings: We offer as much as we can for every student; only school with AP Spanish; the professional development school – CSU offers a 300 level class to college students at TVHS, who then work in classrooms prior to student teaching, and many return as student teachers, then as teachers; have retired H-P engineers for tutoring our students.

Extracurricular: We offer what kids and parents say they want; nearly 30 state-sponsored sports and more than 20 clubs (CHSSA) – the most sports programs north of 120th Avenue in Denver – lacrosse draws from several districts and schools as does gymnastics, dance team and swimming; clubs include National Honor Society, anime Japanese graphic novels, Harry Potter Club, salsa, games, long boarding, etc.; lots of community service

Climate: We have an inclusive, friendly, welcoming environment with strong academics and something for everyone. Those engaged in CHSSA activities and athletics are held to high eligibility standards. Students/staff/community are service oriented: canned food drive, adopt a family, Thanksgiving dinners, two blood drives. Classified staff is involved at schools and in district committees.

Parent/Volunteer: Building accountability committee; parent volunteer programs; school-to-career programs with parental involvement; scholarship search. Very willing – all we do is ask. There are three booster groups and they help with other things as well. SAAC is fairly active.

For school history and facility information: See the district's Master Plan.