Peak to Peak High School

  • US News and World Report Best High School Logo High school students are supported and expected to pursue the most rigorous classes possible to prepare them for success in college and beyond.  Students who demonstrate mastery of knowledge and skill may enroll in one or more of the 20 Advanced Placement courses offered in the high school.  Extensive college counseling is integrated into classroom lessons and is founded on a personalized approach to helping students discover, apply, and be accepted to the best fit college of their choice.

High School News & Announcements

  • Secondary Parent/Guardian/Student/Teacher Conferences

    Virtual parent/guardian/student/teacher conferences with our 6-12th grade teachers this fall. Click the title of the article to learn more!

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  • College Day Sessions for Parents/Guardians

    Parents and guardians, as part of the annual College Day curriculum, there are a few sessions just for you! Please register by Monday, September 26. Click on the title of this article to learn more about the sessions offered and for a link to register.

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  • October 12th PSAT Testing Information for 11th Grade and No School for 9th, 10th, and 12th Grade Students

    Juniors will take the PSAT/NMSQT on Wednesday, October 12th. Students should arrive no later than 7:45 AM and report directly to their testing room in the north building. Room assignments will be posted outside of the hub and CCC. Students should bring: a water bottle, a snack to be eaten during the break, and a calculator. Students should not bring: any technology, including a phone or smart watch. If these cannot be left in a vehicle or locker, students will need to power them off and turn them into the test proctor for the duration of the test. Students will be done testing and dismissed for the day by 12:00 PM, except for those testing with extended time. Students testing with extended time will dismiss around 1:15 PM. If you have any questions, please reach out to Tracy Durland. There will be no classes on this day for any high school students. 9th, 10th, and 12th grade students should not come to school.

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  • An Important Reminder About Peak Week 2023

    Please see our Course Descriptions again for instructions on procedures and registering for this important week in March. Parents/guardians must look at these options with their student before Friday, September 9th to avoid their student signing up for a course for which they do not have permission. If your student is absent on Sept. 9th, please look for an email mid-morning with a registration link to complete. We are looking to get placements completed as soon as possible, and not completing a registration by 1:00 PM. on that Friday could affect our ability to place your student in a course of their preference. Please click on the title of this article to access the course descriptions.

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