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Loyalton High School is committed to high expectations and achievement for all students. We encourage  students to become knowledgeable, critical thinkers; effective communicators; and healthy individuals who exercise self-discipline and productive, positive citizenship..


***LHS BACK TO SCHOOL PACKETS AND INFORMATION***

Located in Sierra County, LHS is the only separate high school facility in the Sierra Plumas Unified School District, and accommodates students in grades 7-12 from the eastern section of Sierra and Plumas Counties. LHS offers seven Advanced Placement courses and honors classes as well as complete a-g course offerings for the college-bound student. A variety of vocational programs are offered through the district and through the William R. Rouse Regional Occupation Program. Loyalton High was recognized as a “Distinguished School.”

 


What’s Happening in SPJUSD?

Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified School District shared Loyalton FFA‘s post. See MoreSee Less

Loyalton FFA having way too much fun at the career fair at state convention!

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Sierra-Plumas Joint Unified School District shared The Sierra Schools Foundation‘s . See MoreSee Less

LHS Graphic Arts students printed and matted their photos this week to display in the hallway. The printer & supplies were purchased through our teacher grant funding program.

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Aaron Adams, Stockton Police Department and LHS grad, speaking about law enforcement and life today! Janet McHenry’s Class. See MoreSee Less

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Craft fair at the Loyalton Senior Center will be held Saturday, April 25th from 9:00-3:00. Lots of unique, hand crafted items available. Support our local community. Many are SPJUSD Supporters, and Alumni. See MoreSee Less

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AT Loyalton’s School Cafeteria

 

What’s Happening With Friday Night Live?

Today is Kick Butts Day! It’s the perfect day to take on a healthier lifestyle and get help kicking the habit. Call 1-800 NO BUTTS for help. See MoreSee Less

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Can’t wait for the lab results! See MoreSee Less

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Loyalton High School Friday Night LiveResults concluded that there are toxic metals ingested with cigarette smoke that can be harmful to your health. We all knew that, but the evidence is insurmountable. Smoking is toxic!!1 month ago   ·  1

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LHS A-B FLIP Day Calendar 2014-2015

Tutoring Monday – Thursday

3:00-4:00, and During Lunch & Flex

Full-Fledged CSF Tutoring

Wednesdays  3:00-4:00

VISIT FRIDAY LHS NIGHT LIVE ON FACEBOOK!

SIERRA SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ~ Support Our Schools!

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Loyalton High School’s Freshmen Focus Class’s first attempt at whiteboard animation video about the value of having a Flexible Mindset, made possible through the Sierra Schools Foundation.  SEE PSA  VIDEOS.


FFA~ FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA, LHS CHAPTER ON FACEBOOK!

CA State FFA Conference is over😞 great job #CAFFA on a wonderful 6 days. Until next year! Good luck 2015-2016 State Officers. See MoreSee Less

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Loyalton FFA having way too much fun at the career fair at state convention! See MoreSee Less

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Proud of our Andrew Kielak for making it up on stage here at State FFA Conference, top three in the state, for Friends of FFA scholarship! Good job Ranger! See MoreSee Less

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Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

Nineteen Loyalton High and Downieville High students took the first locally-given Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) workshops either last fall or this spring at Loyalton High as funded and sponsored by the Sierra Schools Foundation. LHS teachers Janet McHenry and Kim McKinney taught the sessions, which were over three Saturday mornings for each set. Pictured from left are LHS juniors Austin Schwary, Chase Grandi, Allie Davis and Morgan Bowling. photo


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