Loveland High School
Founded more than one hundred years ago, Loveland High School is the oldest high school in the district, boasting a long tradition of excellence in academics, activities, and athletics. There are approximately 1,660 students enrolled in grades 9-12. The staff includes 1 principal, 2 assistant principals, 1 assistant principal/athletic director, 3 deans, 6 counselors, and 85 certified instructors. In addition, there are part-time certified specialists including a psychologist, social worker, and a nurse. An amazing support staff rounds out the those who guide and inspire all students. Loveland High School is accredited by the State of Colorado.
Colors: Red, White, and Black
Motto: Be Loveland. Be the Best.
Mission & Vision: We promise to provide a physically, psychologically, and emotionally safe environment where we will hold all to high expectations by taking all necessary steps to empower our school community to learn at high levels, expecting a student- and learning-centered community, and encouraging risk-taking in order to thrive in an ever-changing world.
Meet our LHS administrators.