LCS Lunch Program
17 May

Charter School Seeks Votes for Lunches

By Shelley Widhalm, Reporter-Herald Staff Writer Loveland Classical Schools in the running for $25,000 grant to start school lunch program When Loveland Classical Schools opened in fall 2011, the founders of the charter school planned to have a lunch program. …

Spring Break Student Stampede 2013
29 April

LCS Wins the Spring Break Student Stampede

On April 29, 2013 Loveland Classical Schools’ students had the honor of welcoming Mayor Cecil Gutierrez to their school. The Mayor participated in a school-wide assembly where he presented LCS with an award plaque for the district-wide Spring Break Student …

LCS Homerathon
14 April

Students Stay up all Night to Read Ancient Text

By Nick McGurk of 9News Posted: 04/14/2013 LOVELAND – At Loveland Classical School on the first night of spring break, more than a dozen students chose to pull an all-nighter to read Homer’s “The Iliad” cover to cover. “When I …

Charter Schools Rock
23 February

Chartering the Future in Loveland

By Jessica Maher Reporter-Herald Staff Writer Through a rocky start, continued struggles and even the good, charter schools in Loveland push on with the hope of more student success in the future Posted: 02/23/2013 05:17:06 PM MST Eight years after …

LCS Science Fair
23 February

Charter School: What is it really?

By Jessica Maher Reporter-Herald Staff Writer Despite growing interest and enrollment, there are still misconceptions on definition and purpose Posted: 02/23/2013 05:19:14 PM MST Across Colorado, more than 80,000 students are enrolled in the state’s 190 charter school campuses this …

LCS at Berthoud Observatory
12 December

Berthoud Observatory adds Historic Telescope

By Shelley Widhalm Reporter-Herald Staff Writer Russell Thye climbed a ladder to reach the eyepiece of the historic 24-inch telescope and, with one glove removed, squinted out at the stars. “It’s amazing to be able to see constellations … I’ve …

LCS Traffic
01 October

Loveland Classical Schools Open with Traffic Improvements

By Jessica Maher Reporter-Herald Staff Writer For most, the first day of school doesn’t include a mock pickup session like the one Loveland Classical Schools students and teachers participated in Tuesday. But most schools haven’t experienced the first-day traffic challenges …

Colonial Days
27 April

Colonial Days Churn Learning into Fun

By Shelley Widhalm Reporter-Herald Staff Writer Six-year-old David Armstrong’s britches and white colonial shirt rippled as he shook a jar of cream to turn it into butter. “Oh yeah, you’re getting there,” said science teacher Ian Stout, dressed like Benjamin …

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