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Littleton High School

 
199 East Littleton Boulevard
Littleton, CO 80121
303-347-7700
http://littleton.littletonpublicschools.net/ 
Principal:  Dr. Amy Oaks
School Hours:  7:20 a.m. to 2:13 p.m. 
PLC Late Start Time is 9:15 a.m.


About Our School

  • Enrollment:  1,324
  • Attendance Rate:  95.0%
  • Average Class Size:  28 students per classroom
  • Graduation Rate:  87.9%
  • Drop Out Rate:  2.2%
  • Graduates who go on to college:  90.6%
  • Advanced Placement:  245 students took 316 exams; 48 percent of these tests received scores of 3 or better. 
  • International Baccalaureate:  283 students enrolled in the program See IB website for more information

Sources of Pride

  • Identified as one of America's Best high schools by Newsweek magazine
  • Featured in 5280 Magazine for outstanding International Baccalaureate program
  • Post graduate center provides transition planning for all grade levels and extensive services for students who will be the first generation in their family to attend college
  • Four-year, comprehensive curriculum
  • STEM Certificate program begins fall 2014
  • Block schedule
  • Special education resource program for students with learning disabilities
  • English Language Acquisition (ELA) program
  • Advanced Placement courses; Honors classes
  • More than $9 million in scholarships offered to 2012 graduates and $11.6 million in 2013 
  • Yearbook, speech and debate, Technology Student Association (TSA), student council, active political committee, FCCLA, Key Club, DECA
  • Award winning instrumental and vocal music programs
  • Comprehensive athletic program for boys and girls with participation in state-level competition  
  • Speech and Debate team has been Continental League champion for the past ten years
  • 2010 Cor Lionis yearbook staff won Outstanding Yearbook Award at Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp
  • Continue to be the only Colorado high school represented in all 13 Colorado All-State jazz choirs
  • Marching Band repeatedly places in top 10 at the state finals and performs nationally and internationally
  • Visual arts students consistently receive National Scholastic Art Awards

Littleton High School Unified Improvement Plan Summary 

Graduation Requirements

  • Language Arts:  40 semester hours
  • Social Studies:  35 semester hours according to the following: World Geography 9th grade: 10 semester hours total; U.S. History: 10 semester hours; World History: 10 semester hours; Civics: 5 semester hours 
  • Mathematics: 20 semester hours
  • Science: 20 semester hours, including Integrated Science 1, 2, 3, & 4 unless exempted
  • Fine Arts (Music/Drama/Art): 5 semester hours
  • Practical Arts: 5 semester hours
  • Fine Arts/Practical Arts: additional 5 semester hours
  • Physical Education: 12 semester hours
  • Electives:  In addition to the required credits, each student must select sufficient additional classes to complete a minimum of 210 semester hours

College Entrance Exams

2013 ACT (American College Test) State Test
English:  20.3 (Colorado is 19.4)
Math:  20.6  (Colorado is 20.1)
Reading:  21.6 (Colorado is 20.4)
Science:  21.0 (Colorado is 20.1)
Composite:  21.0 (Colorado is 20.1)

2013 SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
Critical Reading:  576 (Colorado is 578)
Math:  578 (Colorado is 581)
Writing:  562 (Colorado is 562)
Total:  1716 (Colorado is 1721)

Annual Report

Littleton Results for LPS Assessments

View results for Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) RIT Scores, ACT and SAT Scores: Littleton Assessment Results   

Littleton Results for State Assessments

View CSAP/TCAP results on the CDE website 

District and Littleton Achievement and Growth Interactive Chart

Littleton High School Performance Framework

Return to the main Annual Report page.


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