Loveland High School News
December 2019

  • December 5 Winter Choir Concert in LHS Auditorium, 7 p.m.
  • December 10 Concert Ensembles Concert (Concert, Symphonic and Wind Symphony), 7 p.m.
  • December 11 Winter Orchestra Concert in LHS Auditorium, 7 p.m.
  • December 11 Thompson Career Campus Informational Event for LHS parents@ LHS Library, 7 p.m.
  • December 14 Breakfast with Santa (featuring LHS Jazz Ensemble) @ LHS, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • December 17 Sounds of the Season Concert in LHS Auditorium, 7 p.m.
  • December 23 - January 3 No school - Winter Break
Reminder to Students With Off Blocks
Loveland High staff would like to remind students that if they have an off block, they should be working in the cafeteria or in the library. Students who are off 8th hour and have no after school activities or practice should head home after the end of 7th hour. We appreciate your cooperation!
First Semester Finals Week Schedule Set
Seniors Need to Order Cap & Gown Now
Seniors: It is important that you make sure you order your cap and gown ASAP! You have two options to order:

1. Go to  and place your order (make sure to choose Loveland High School in Loveland, COLORADO). 
2. Go to their office - Unique Recognition 1128 N. Monroe Ave., Loveland on December 7 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

Please take care of this important detail so you aren't left out of the ceremony! Graduation is May 23 at noon at the Budweiser Events Center. 
Career & Technical Opportunities Coming For TSD High School Students
LHS freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, are you interested in exploring real-world, hands-on, career and industry-focused curriculum that is connected to your own personal career interests and passions?
Do you want a competitive advantage after high school with the opportunity to leverage industry credentials for higher wages?
Next year, the Thompson Career Campus is offering an expansion and enhancement of career and technical opportunities to students in grades 10-12 in the following programs:
● Design, Production/Process Technology in Advanced Manufacturing
● Certified Nursing, Phlebotomy, and Medical Assistant
● Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC
● Developing Software and Hardware Applications and Cyber Security
You are invited to an informational event on  Wednesday, December 11, at 11:00 a.m. in the LHS auditorium , where you can ask questions and pre-register for these exciting new learning and career opportunities offered at the Thompson Career Campus - opening in the fall of 2020.
For LHS parents, a second informational event will be held on  Wednesday, December 11 at 7:00 p.m. in the LHS library . The evening event will offer the chance to learn more about program offerings, while simultaneously allowing students a second chance to pre-register for all four CTE programs held at the Thompson Career Campus.
NOTE: Students who pre-register are not guaranteed a spot in a program at the Thompson Career Campus, but they will be given highest priority during registration.  The only opportunities to pre-register will be at the events held on Wednesday, December 11.
Community Invited For Sounds of the Season
Don’t miss our on our annual Sounds of the Season concert! The entire LHS Music Department presents a holiday concert to celebrate with friends and families. This event is a full department fundraiser concert, and all proceeds go back to the band, choir and orchestra programs. You won’t want to miss out! 

LHS Theatre Hosts Free Holiday Open Mic Night
Please join the LHS Theatre Department for a fun, FREE open mic event at 6 p.m. on December 6 to celebrate the holidays. This kid-friendly event will feature an ugly holiday sweater contest, a drawing for gifts from local businesses, a picture booth, and plenty of talented students. We hope to see you there!
Peer Counselors to Sell Candy Cane Grams
This year the LHS peer counselors are working on a school-wide project with the goal of spreading warm wishes during the holiday season. They will kick off their event after the Thanksgiving break by visiting classrooms with a gift of appreciation for each of our LHS staff members. During the weeks before the winter break, staff and students will be invited to also spread warm wishes to others by sending candy canes with personal handwritten messages that will be delivered to the sender's chosen recipients. Those wishing to send a candy cane message can visit the peer counseling office in the back of the LHS counseling office, or stop by their table at lunch in the cafeteria.

Warmest Holiday Greetings from the LHS Counseling Department!
Advanced Placement Exam Registration Opening Soon
The REGULAR registration window for FIRST semester AP classes has closed. Any student who wishes to register for an AP test for a FIRST semester class will be charged a late fee of $40.00, totaling $138.00 per exam. Payments can be made online or mailed to Total Registration (further information will be provided upon registration). Any exams that are cancelled at this point will incur a $40.00 cancellation fee.
AP U.S. Government and AP Macroeconomics:
The registration window for AP U.S. Government and AP Macroeconomics will be from January 10, 2020 through March 1 , 2020 . The fee for each of these exams is $98. 
All AP test registration will be close on March 1, 2020 at 10 p.m.

How to register for AP Exams:

Step 1 : Indicate whether or not you will be taking the AP Exam in May on  YOUR COLLEGE BOARD account
  • Create or log into your College Board Account
  • Use the JOIN CODE provided by your teacher to join the class - this gives you access to indicate if you are taking the exam
  • Indicate yes or no in regard to taking the AP exam in May - DEADLINE TO MAKE INDICATION IS March 1ST

Step 2 : Select exams you are taking and make your payment in Total Registration

The fee for each exam is  $98 . Payments can be made online or mailed to Total Registration (further information will be provided upon completing registration).  Any late registration for 1 st semester classes, each exam is $138.
Payment plans (due by March 1st) will be accepted; please see Ms. Anderson in the counseling office to arrange. 


General Information:
All information can be found on the Loveland High School Counseling webpage:
For more information about AP testing, visit:
Orders are still being accepted for 2019-2020 yearbooks. The price is now $75, and orders can be done online through the LHS website or can be placed in person in the LHS bookkeeping office.
Going Merry is a website designed to help college-bound students organize and manage scholarship applications and information in one place.

Students can apply for many scholarships with one application online.

- Fill in profile information once. Going Merry then auto-fills your application every time thereafter.
- Apply to multiple scholarships simultaneously, with MerryApps bundled scholarships.
- Save applications to continue later.
- Get reminders for upcoming deadlines for any applications in process.

See the Going Merry website for more details.
Juniors Can Apply Now for Coolidge Full Ride Scholarship for College
Attention Juniors: The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation offers a full-ride merit scholarship open exclusively to 11th grade students to cover all four years of undergraduate studies. Several finalist applicants who are not selected for the full ride will receive $5000 awards. (Current high school seniors are not eligible to apply.) Any high school junior who plans to enroll in college in the fall of 2021 and is an American citizen or legal permanent resident is eligible to apply. Applications can be found online at, and must be completed online by 5 p.m. EST on Thursday, January 16, 2020. For more information contact program manager Rob Hammer at
Semester Two Schedule Change Forms Available to Print on LHS Website

Semester 2 schedule change forms are now available on the  LHS Counseling website . Students need to print the form and return it with required signatures no later than Tuesday, December 10 th . Counselors will email students regarding the status of their requests no later than 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 12 th . Students, please do not make an appointment with your counselor to change your schedule; you will be re-directed to go to the counseling website anyway! Changes will be made on a space-available basis only. The following link will take you directly to the form and master schedule:

LHS Bands to Host Breakfast with Santa
On Saturday, December 14th from 7 1 a.m., LHS Bands’ annual all-you-can-eat Breakfast with Santa will be held at LHS. Community members young and old are invited to enjoy breakfast with their family and friends and meet Santa and Mrs. Claus. Breakfast includes pancakes (reindeer pancakes for the kids), sausage, and beverages. Shop for holiday gifts at the silent auction, find some sweets at the bake sale, or bring your gifts from home to take advantage of our gift-wrapping station. Enjoy free games, crafts and face painting, plus live music by our award-winning musicians. 

For children with special needs, Santa and Mrs. Claus will be available after 11:00 for visitors with developmental and/or intellectual challenges who might prefer a quieter visit with Santa. 

Contact  with questions or to make advance arrangements, or just come talk to an Elf when you arrive.
UNC to Host Opportunity for Students Interested in Teaching Careers
UNC's Future Teacher Conference will take place Friday, February 21, 2020, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. This free conference, presented by UNC’s School of Teacher Education, offers a variety of presentations and workshops to help high school and community college students interested in a teaching career learn what it means to become a teacher. 

Participants will enjoy presentations from current pre-service teachers (UNC students), early career teachers, veteran educators and UNC faculty/administration. The conference includes the popular UNC student panel, lunch in one of the dining halls and a seminar for parents.

Registration is limited to the first 700 registrants. If you have any questions, please email . To register click on the link below: