Buses run at 3:45 p.m. M–Th and at 12:05 p.m. on RE Fridays.
A printable version of our schedule (including late start hours) is provided below.
Visit our Calendar page for annual calendars.
To truly become “educated,” we believe students must develop the skills and abilities needed to become an engaged citizen and leader of others. The development of these abilities requires that you develop, create, refine, or construct:
Our unique take on education allows our students to expand their knowledge and not just have a bucket full of facts and figures that will be forgotten or outdated within a few days, months, or years. Our students do not just learn how to use text to fill out a worksheet; they understand what the text actually means and how it relates to other topics and subjects. Our teachers teach in a way that excites the students, so the students are not just learning how to memorize and select answers on a multiple choice test. We’ve found that finding techniques to truly engage the student is much more beneficial than just helping our students regenerate text from a textbook. These techniques prepare our students not only for college but also for future problem solving in their careers.
Students are our number one priority at Snowflake High School. We believe that all students can learn. High expectations are held for all students whether they are destined for college, technological training, or immediate employment. We believe that students should be challenged to develop the skills of life-long learning, which will enable them to compete in a dynamic, diverse society.
We believe that students should be treated as individuals with rights and responsibilities. All students have the right to attend school in a safe environment and to gain an education in order to lead a successful rewarding life.
We believe that our school belongs to the community with education being a cooperative effort among students, faculty, staff, parents, and community. It is our collective responsibility to provide programs and activities, which will help us, achieve our common vision.
As stakeholders of the SHS community, we envision our school as
Consistent with the philosophy and vision for our schools, we are committed to helping our students develop:
Lobo is Spanish for wolf. The wolf is sly, skillful, courageous, and always the leader of the pack. If you are a member of our community, then you understand why we are the Lobos! In athletics, our athletes display skill and courage against every opponent. Our students use their creativity to define their own path and are not just satisfied following the crowd. Upon graduation, our students will have the courage and skills they need to be the leader of the pack among their classmates at the collegiate level and in their careers.