Berthoud High School

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Berthoud High School
Location
850 Spartan Avenue, Berthoud, Colorado 80513
US
Coordinates 40°17′56″N 105°05′11″W / 40.29889°N 105.08639°W / 40.29889; -105.08639Coordinates: 40°17′56″N 105°05′11″W / 40.29889°N 105.08639°W / 40.29889; -105.08639
Information
Type Secondary school
Motto Empower to learn, challenge to achieve, inspire to excel.
School district Thompson R-2J School District
Principal Chris Garcia
Staff ~75
Grades 9–12
Number of students 720[1]
Campus type open
Color(s) Maroon and white         
Mascot Berthoud Spartans
Website

Berthoud High School is a secondary school in Berthoud, Colorado, United States. In 2014 the school was ranked 30th in the state, 1,271st in the nation, and had an AP participation rate of 42%, according to U.S. News & World Report.[2] For the 2014-2015 school year the student body makeup was 52% male and 48% female, and the total minority enrollment was 33 percent.[3] Berthoud High School is 1 of 5 high schools in the Thompson School District R-2J and has the highest 4-year graduation rate in the district, with 91%.[4]

The sports and extracurricular teams have a high success rate. In 2007 the football team won the state championship, and several of the members of the forensics team have gone to compete in the National Forensics League almost every year.[5][6] Their robotics teams are some of the best in the world.[7]

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