Canyon Springs High School (North Las Vegas, Nevada)

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Canyon Springs High School
Location
350 E. Alexander Rd
North Las Vegas, NV, 89032

Information
School typePublic high school
MottoOnce a Pioneer, Always a Pioneer
Established2004
School districtClark County School District
DeanEddie Garcia
John Grainger
PrincipalRonnie Guerzon
Vice principalRonalyn Napier
Laura Willis
Scott Littlefield
Lolo James
Athletic Director:
Jonathan Hillmer
Grades9-12
Enrollment2,610
School colour(s)Navy, Silver and light (Columbia) blue
         
Athletics conferenceSunrise 4A Region
Team namePioneers
Website
 
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Canyon Springs High School
Location
350 E. Alexander Rd
North Las Vegas, NV, 89032

Information
School typePublic high school
MottoOnce a Pioneer, Always a Pioneer
Established2004
School districtClark County School District
DeanEddie Garcia
John Grainger
PrincipalRonnie Guerzon
Vice principalRonalyn Napier
Laura Willis
Scott Littlefield
Lolo James
Athletic Director:
Jonathan Hillmer
Grades9-12
Enrollment2,610
School colour(s)Navy, Silver and light (Columbia) blue
         
Athletics conferenceSunrise 4A Region
Team namePioneers
Website

Canyon Springs High School is a public high school in North Las Vegas, Nevada and is part of the Clark County School District. Canyon Springs is also home to the Leadership and Law Preparatory Academy and was one of three (including Del Sol High School and Spring Valley High School) schools opened by the district in 2004.

Leadership and Law Preparatory Academy[edit]

Canyon Springs houses the Leadership and Law Preparatory Academy, a college preparatory academy that made Canyon Springs the second school in the Clark County School District (aside from the Advanced Technologies Academy) to offer a four-year program in legal studies. The campus includes a law library and a fully functioning courtroom.[1]

Magnet students are required to be proficient with Office applications and the use of digital media to create projects through visual mediums. All magnet students are offered the use of Apple Powerbook laptops to work on their theme related projects.[2]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Canyon Springs is home to many academic and social clubs as well as a section of the United States Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps, consisting of over 250 students. The Canyon Spring High School marching band played in London for the New Year's Day Parade. The Pioneer marching band has also played for the 2010 Harry Reid rally featuring President Obama. Canyon Springs also has its own television station, KCSL TV 6, which is produced by its own students and contains programs that discuss issues on campus. Canyon Springs has recently gotten a new club on campus. Ballet Folklorico is a dance of many Mexican cultures. They have performed with the mariachi Alma del cañon.

Athletics[edit]

The athletic teams at Canyon Springs are known as the Pioneers and compete in the Northeast Division of the Sunrise 4A Region.

Nevada 4A Titles[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

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Coordinates: 36°14′01″N 115°08′12″W / 36.2337°N 115.1366°W / 36.2337; -115.1366