Silverado High School (Las Vegas)

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This article is about the school in Nevada. For the school in Mission Viejo, California, see Silverado High School (Mission Viejo).
Silverado High School
Location
Paradise, Nevada
USA
Information
Type Public
Motto Excellence in Action
Established 1994
Principal Robert Mars
Staff 150
Enrollment 2,500+
Campus Suburban
Color(s) purple, teal, silver
Mascot Skyhawk
Website

Silverado High School (SHS) is a public secondary school in Paradise, Nevada, U.S. that is a part of the Clark County School District. Its mascot is the Skyhawk, and the school's colors are purple, white, and teal (black is used in an unofficial capacity).

History[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Scott Fischman - professional poker player, 2 time WSOP gold bracelet winner. class of '98
  • Amanda Bingson 2012 Olympian in hammer throw
  • Sean Zurko - 800M, Texas Christian University, Captain
  • Tommy Rojas - C, New York Yankees organization[1]
  • Michael Demore - KXTE 107.5 Xtreme Radio On-Air Personality (Stage Name: Big Mike)
  • Chris Shelton - The Apprentice (U.S. Season 3) contestant.
  • The Quitters - Las Vegas Punk Band consisting of Micah Malcolm, Tom Carr, Marc Rowland, and Randy Rivas. The Quitters are signed to Squidhat Records.[2]
  • Elliot Matheny - Opera singer, Baritone, Sister Marietta Coyle Vocal Studies Award Musicfest Northwest 2012, Gold Medal 2009 Musicfest Northwest Lieder division, 2'nd place NATS (men 18-20) Washington 2008

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Athletics[edit]

  • M Tennis
    • (2005) AAAA Men's Doubles Champion. Trenton Alenik and Chris Painter (32-0)
  • W Tennis
    • (2009) Women's Doubles State Champion. Kristen Santero and Nicole Santero
    • (2006, 2007, 2008) Women's Doubles State Runner-Up. Kristen Santero and Nicole Santero
    • (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009) Women's Doubles Regional Champion. Kristen Santero and Nicole Santero
  • Football
    • (2007–08) Southeast Division Champions Record (10-1)
  • Cheer
    • (2007) State Runner-up
    • (2008) State Runner-up
    • (2009) State Champion
    • (2010) State Champion
    • (2010) National Finalist
    • (2011) National Runner-Up
  • Boy's Basketball
    • Southeast Division Champion (2006)
  • Girls Basketball
    • Region Champs 2007,2008
  • Track
    • Men's State Champions 2005,2011
    • Men's Sunrise Champions
      • 2011,2007,2006,2005,2004,2002,2001,1999
    • Women's Sunrise Region Champions
      • 2011,2006,2005,2003,2002,2001,2000,1999
  • Mens Soccer
    • (2005–2006) State Champions
  • Women's Volleyball
    • Sunrise region Champions
      • 2006, 2007, 2008
    • State Champions 2007
    • State Champions 2009
    • State Champions 2010
  • Men's Swimming
    • Regional Champions
      • 2000, 2001
    • State Champions
      • 2001
    • State Runners Up
      • 2000, 2002
  • Bowling
    • State Champions
      • 2000 (School's first State Championship)
  • Men's Baseball
    • State Champions
      • 2001
  • "Mens Volleyball"
    • Regional Champions
      • 2003
    • State Runner Up
      • 2006, 2012

Band[edit]

  • "Wind Symphony"
    • Golden Division
      • Worldstrides Heritage Performance 2012 (San Diego)
    • First Place
  • "Symphonic Band"
    • Silver Division
      • Worldstrides Heritage Performance 2012 (San Diego)
    • First Place
  • "Marching Band"
    • West Covina Holiday Classic 2010
      • 1st Place
    • LVI Finals 2008
      • 5th Place
    • LVI Finals 2009
      • 6th Place
    • LVI Finals 2010
      • 2nd Place
    • LVI Finals 2011
      • 9th Place
    • LVI Finals 2012
      • 4th Place
    • LVI Finals 2013
      • 6th Place
    • Summerlin Spectacular 2011
      • 3rd Place
    • Summerlin Spectacular 2012
      • 4th Place
    • Summerlin Spectacular 2013
      • 2nd Place
    • Henderson Bandfest 2011
      • 3rd Place
    • Henderson Bandfest 2012
      • 2nd Place
    • Tournament On The Turf 2013
      • 2nd Place

References[edit]

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