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What is growth mindset?

September 15, 2016 6:18pm | Sarah Urtz

If you are a living, breathing human in the halls of LHS, chances are you have heard the term “growth mindset”. The phrase was coined by teachers and staff members this year and has seemingly become the school’s new mantra. But growth mindset is not […]

StuCo 2016-2017 has arrived

May 10, 2016 10:04am |

Today, Monday May 9, leaders of the LHS student body came out in front of class assemblies to tell their peers why they should be elected to serve LHS on the executive Student Council board for the 2016-2017 school year. All the candidates put forth […]

Girls Soccer Dominates the Offensive

April 21, 2016 2:01pm |

Girls soccer played Stanley Lake on tuesday night and it was an exciting game to watch. The girls dominated on offense. Sophomores Sarah Gray and Sarah Payson made a series of quick, concise passes to each other throughout the game taking shots that only merely […]

Speech and debate faces regional national qualifying

April 12, 2016 9:54pm |

On Friday April 8 and Saturday April 9, speech and debate students, Kelly Steinberg, Ellen Huggins, Samantha Burke, Ashlyn Kelsea, Avery Zieper, Lucy Haggard and Abby Moses got the opportunity to participate in the regional national qualifying tournament for speech and debate. In order to compete […]

Track succeeds at the Mullen Adidas Runners Roost Invitational

April 11, 2016 11:48pm |

Saturday, April 10, the LHS track team competed in the Mullen Adidas Runners Roost Invitational. The team did well, with many runners placing at the top of the pack.They competed against many tough schools including Regis, Lutheran, Valor and Mullen. Senior Noah Mcgee placed taking […]

LHS welcomes Temple Grandin

December 9, 2015 4:36pm |

On December 7, Littleton High School hosted guest speaker, Temple Grandin. Grandin is a professor of animal sciences at Colorado State University, an autism rights activist and a consultant of the livestock industry. During her lecture, Grandin discussed teaching students who are under the autism, […]

Marching Band wins Colorado Springs’ “Festival of Lights”

December 7, 2015 8:35pm |

On Saturday December 5, the LHS Lion Pride Marching Band competed in Colorado Springs’ “Festival of Lights”, which is similar to Denver’s “Parade of Lights’, just in the Springs. The band marched in competition against numerous others from around the Colorado Springs region, placing first […]

LHS Mane Stage Prepares for “The Producers”

December 7, 2015 8:32pm |

This Saturday LHS hosted its first Musical Theater Workshop in preparation for this year’s musical, “The Producers”. Teachers Kryssi Martin and Eric Pung led LHS students in a 3 hour workshop filled with dance, singing, and fun. First, Mr. Pung started off by teaching the […]

Ping Pong Club at LHS

October 27, 2015 11:59pm |

Did you know that Littleton High School has a ping pong club? Ping Pong Club meets every Tuesday after school in the cafeteria at 2:30; it is a place where students can have some fun enjoying the game of ping pong, without being too competitive. […]

LHS Students Dress for Country Day

September 18, 2015 1:55pm |

On Wednesday, September 16, LHS students wore their favorite shirts representing a country in honor of homecoming week.