Welcome to Longs Peak Middle School
*Open Enrollment Period for the 2014-15 School Year is Dec 2nd - Jan. 15th*
At Longs Peak Middle School, our staff and community work in partnership for the common goal of building the 21st century skills necessary to prepare all students for higher education. We are a college preparatory school implementing the College Board Pre-Advanced Placement curriculum. Our dedicated faculty values academic rigor while offering opportunities to enrich the character and experiences of the whole child, in a culturally diverse community.
Core Beliefs and Expectations
- We build strong and supportive relationships with students, their families, and the extended Longs Peak community.
- We educate our students in many ways, with our primary focus on improving student achievement while fostering rigorous academic, artistic and athletic experiences.
- We value parental collaboration and communication and believe that they are essential to supporting students' academic and personal growth.
Longs Peak focuses on high academic and behavioral standards for all students. All grade level teachers use common reading, writing, and math rubrics as well as common assessments. Throughout the year, enrichment and remediation classes are implemented, and the staff continues to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learners. As a result, reading, writing, and math scores continue to increase as shown by TCAP test scores and the STAR reading comprehension assessment.
Springboard A research-based English and math curriculum for grades 6-12 that is based on the College Board Standards for College Success. It is aligned to state standards and most textbooks and prepares students for AP courses and college. More information in English and Spanish.
An outstanding electives program that includes Performing and Fine Arts, Technology, Spanish, Band, Orchestra, Choir, Newspaper, and Physical and Health education. Literacy and numeracy coaches who help other teachers develop, learn, and implement new techniques. Literacy Lab, small group intensive reading curriculum for students reading below grade level.
MESA (Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement) for all students.
STAR computerized reading assessment that measures student instructional reading ability. Accelerated Reader program that measures student reading comprehension of books.