School Overview

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. 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.

School Focus

Longs Peak focuses on the whole child with high academic and behavioral standards for all students. All grade level teachers use iReady Reading and Math assessments throughout the year to track student growth and individualize instruction to meet student’s needs. A wide range of enrichment and targeted intervention classes are implemented based on data so that students maximize their learning potential. As a result, reading, writing, and math scores continue to increase as shown by CMAS test scores.

School Leadership

Awards & Achievements

2021 – Amazon Future Engineers

2020 – Pilot School for Learning Ally and Literacy Initiatives.

2020– State Level Robotics Team.

2019 – Air Force Association CyberPatriot School.

2019-2021 – School Health Professionals Grant Recipient.

2017-2023: LPMS was recognized as a Colorado Association of Middle Level Education “Trailblazer School to Watch” for 2017-2023 with a re-designation. Our school was honored and spoke at the School to Watch Conference in Washington D.C. in the summer of 2017. 

2018-2020 – School Counselor Corps Grant resulting increased Counseling staffing, focused on supporting attendance, Individual Career and Academic Plans, and transition to high school

2015: LPMS competed in the ReNew Our School Energy Competition and was recognized as a top performer amongst secondary schools. The award provided $20,000 for energy efficieny upgrades to the building. Find out more HERE.

2013: Colorado Department of Education awarded LPMS with the Centers of Excellence Award for outstanding Academic Growth. Find out more HERE.

Longs Peak Middle School