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LHS Alumni makes USA Ultimate U24 Women’s National team

January 16, 2019 3:19pm | Hannah Sanders

LHS graduate Kiera Lindgren recently became a part of the USA Ultimate U24 Women’s national team that will compete internationally. Within the US delegation, there are 3 teams: Men’s, Women’s, and mixed. There are 24 players on the Women’s team, all 24 or younger. The […]

Continental Leaugue Concert

January 16, 2019 2:50pm | Sloane Smith

For the past two months, the Continental League Honor Band and Orchestra has worked hard to prepare their spring concert. Eleven students from Littleton were accepted into the league back in November and have rehearsed sporadically until January 14. The concert was held at Boettcher […]

Ugly Sweater Contest

January 7, 2019 8:24pm | Annelise Christian

Last Friday, many Littleton students (and some teachers) showed their holiday spirit by donning festive sweaters. Student Council’s Ugly Sweater Competition Booth in the cafeteria captured photos. Congratulations to Gwen FitzSimmons, the winner of the competition! “I think that it’s pretty important to have holiday […]

Winter Choir Concert

December 21, 2018 7:03pm | Kate Lurie

As choir teacher Jim Farrell’s final year at Littleton High School begins to comes to its final bow, the Winter Choral Showcase proved to be another outstanding performance. With a wide range of classic holiday songs and even one about soup Women’s Ensemble, Syrens, Troubadours, […]

Mr. Stutzman’s remarkable 2k bike rides to LHS

December 17, 2018 10:07pm | Nathalia Olvera-Barajas, Hannah Sanders, Alexa Zasuly

A few years back, LHS math teacher Rodney Stutzman decided to bike to school as an easier way of transportation. Last Friday, the amount of times Mr. Stutzman has ventured early to LHS has accumulated to 2,000 times. Through Denver’s sunshine and snow, his two […]

Students At LHS Take Action

December 17, 2018 4:00pm | Ally Procopio

Over the past few weeks, students in language arts teacher Kristin Kron’s Comparative World Literature classes have been working on a different kind of project. Instead of writing the traditional analysis paper that most expect from their language arts class, Kron had her students research […]

December Student Recognition

December 12, 2018 5:47pm | Kate Lurie

This past Thursday, December 6th, there was a recognition of Littleton High School’s exceptional scholars that have shown exemplary work in the IB traits that include inquirers, knowledgeable, open-minded, and balanced. Any LHS staff member of the administration, counselor, teacher, para, coach or sponsor can […]

Sources of Strength spreads gratitude

December 11, 2018 10:10pm | Sloane Smith

Sources of Strength has been working all semester to give strength to all Littleton students. For their last campaign of the semester, the group decided to hand out gratitude journals during A and B lunches on Tuesday, December 11 and Thursday, December 13. The purpose […]

Speech and Debate competes at Cherry Creek

December 11, 2018 8:26pm | Hannah Sanders

Saturday December 8, the Littleton speech and debate team competed at Cherry Creek High School. Of the few LHS students that were able to compete, senior Jack Rogers placed 3rd in humorous interpretation. “Something I did well was reflect on my performance from previous rounds […]

Thespians take on Thes-Con

December 10, 2018 4:27am | Ashlyn Moore

This past Thursday through Saturday, the LHS Thespian troupe attended Thes-Con in downtown Denver. Over the three days they were there, the troupe participated in nine sessions where they could take workshops for nearly everything theatre related such as acting, tech, film techniques, costume and […]