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Updated SHS Information and News
Spring Parent Teacher Conferences will be on Monday and Tuesday, March 19th and 20th. At this time, teachers will be emailing those parents that they need to see as top priority for student success. On Monday, March 12th, you will be sent a link with information and to sign up for conferences with your student's teachers. Please note that we are only doing conferences via sign up (no drop-in conferences are available). More information will be sent via email and in the next newsletter.

Junior and Senior Prom is Saturday, April 28th and will be held at the Silverthorne Pavilion with After Prom to follow at the Silverthorne Recreation Center. A total of 500 tickets will be sold for Prom on April 9th-13th and April 23rd-27th during lunches. Tickets are $10 for Seniors, $25 for Juniors and $35 for Sophomores, Freshmen, and any non-SHS Students. Students that do not attend SHS will need permission to attend from our Dean of Students.

SHS at Work

4 months ago

Main Office Re-Location and Front Entrance Closure

Due to construction, the front entrance of SHS will be closed after Tuesday, 11/21.  The main office will be relocated to the south side of the building and have an entrance in the CTE wing.  Look for signs, but please note:

· Visitors for meetings/appointments and staff (including substitute teachers) will enter through the South CTE entrance.

· Students, parents dropping off or picking up students, lunches, etc. or people that have appointments at our School Based Health Clinic will enter through the Student Entrance, nearest the bus loop! 


By Neta Hodson

Summit High School
Attendance Office: (970) 368-1106
Main Office: (970) 368-1100

**South student entrance (back entrance near attendance office) is drop-off and pick-up location for students, messages, and all items for students**

Mailing address: PO Box 7 Frisco, CO 80443
Physical address: 16201 Highway 9 Breckenridge, CO 80424
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Welcome to Summit High School, home of the Tigers 

15 days ago

For Attendance, please call (970) 368-1106


Yearbooks are no longer available for purchase.  

Questions? Please contact Kristy McClain (adviser) at

Weather Delays are Possible-Have you signed up for Code Red Alert system yet?

DAILY SCHEDULE in the event of a two hour delay, as determined by our Superintendent, Transportation Department, and District Safety Coordinator.

Schedules 2017/18

-Bell Schedule 2017/18

-Semester 2 Lunch Schedule-Updated 1/15

-No School Fri., March 23:  Bell Schedule for the Week

-No School Mon., March 26:  Bell Schedule for the Week

Summit Fresh roasted coffee, exclusive teas & light meals

Salute Our Services game kicked off with a parade by local law enforcement, fire, emergency services and game ball was dropped by Flight For Life helicopter!! #shstigerfootball #shsatwork #thankyou #saluteourservices
Salute Our Services game kicked off with a parade by local law enforcement, fire, emergency services and game ball was dropped by Flight For Life helicopter!! #shstigerfootball #shsatwork #thankyou #saluteourservices

District Master Plan and Design Advisory Group

about 1 year ago

The Board of Education and key leaders in the District have been looking working on a new master plan that addresses short term and long term needs of facilities in the District.

Click here to see presentation schedule, link to the presentation and

Click here for building specific information.

SHS Design Advisory Group

#BuildingVISION2020 is off the ground!  Every school has created a Design Advisory Group of Teachers, Staff and Parents to help design 21st Century learning environments, and in some cases new classrooms! Cafeterias! And gymnasiums!  If you’re interested in finding out more, talk with your principal or visit our Webpage - Facilities: Building VISION2020

SHS Celebrates Success

8 months ago

SHS has multiple successes throughout the school year

Please check out some of the amazing accomplishments by our students and staff during the 2016-17 school year HERE!

SHS tigers logo

Our PRIDE leaves a lasting legacy

We strive to continually grow and teach so that the next generation of learners can achieve far beyond the classroom.  Ranked 48 out of 345 Colorado schools, awarded the Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award, and a 94% Graduation Rate are just a few of our accomplishments.  Read more about us HERE!

Staff presents Governors Achievement award.