School Spirit

By RSM Team Lake Havasu High School presents "12 Angry Jurors" this week, Thursday & Friday at 7 p.m., and Saturday at 2 p.m. Admission is waved for this special series of performances and all are welcome to attend. "12 Angry Jurors", previously known as "12 Angry Men", is widely considere... Read More
Lake Havasu’s New Day School Hosts Thanksgiving Feast
New Day School  hosted a Thanksgiving feast for student's families Wednesday morning. Staff and family members contributed to make this day come together. All who attended enjoyed lunch with their kids and participated in the crafts and activities that the students have worked on throughout the ... Read More
LHHS Music Department Prepares For Winter Season
By Nicole Matheson As the winter season beckons, the Lake Havasu High School music department is in full swing preparing for its December concerts, while polishing up Arizona State competition opportunities both upcoming and ongoing. Multi-Faceted Departments Carmen Domek, who heads the choir d... Read More
LHHS Knight Wide Receiver Looks At Division I Offers
By Erin O'Callaghan Being offered one of the largest college athletic scholarships available could be life changing. Jace Ray Taylor, son of Audra and Prentice Taylor, born Jan. 4, 2002, in Las Vegas, Nev., has been offered ­­­­three full ride football scholarships from Division I schools.... Read More
The Lake Havasu High School Fighting Knights took on the Thunderbird Chiefs Friday evening at the Homecoming game. The Chiefs won 25-14. Here are photos from the Friday evening game and the dance that was at LHHS Saturday evening. Ed Murphy and Felicia Schooley were crowned 2019 Homecoming Kin... Read More
Annual Watermelon Run Moves To LHHS Track
The Lake Havasu High School Cross-Country team took part in the annual Watermelon Run Wednesday afternoon. The run usually takes place at Lake Havasu State Park, but this year it was hosted at the year-old LHHS track. Even though the students got a late start because of excessive heat, they safel... Read More
By Nicole Matheson Starting a new school year can be a daunting challenge for anyone, but especially for a student who doesn’t feel as if they fit in. Thankfully at Thunderbolt Middle School there is the Student Ambassador Program in place to make things easier for those who may be feeling o... Read More
Western Arizona Vocational Education Is Thriving
By Erin O'Callahan WAVE - also known as the Western Arizona Vocational Education - has its culinary and business management programs located in a building that many high school students as well as community members have come to know and love. The WAVE building is located at 1540 Palo Verde Blv... Read More
Brandi Stokes' kindergarten and first-grade classes are getting a head start on college at Havasu Preparatory Academy. Stokes began by writing four to five letters each weekend to different colleges. "I did the letters for our class to introduce them and get them excited about college. It only... Read More