Greeley West High School

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Greeley West High School
Address
2401 35th Avenue
Greeley, Colorado 80634
United States
Information
Type Public
Established 1966
School district Weld County School District Six
Principal Jeff Cranson
Grades 9-12
Number of students 1,450
Color(s) Navy, Columbia blue and gold               
Mascot Spartans
Website

Greeley West High School is located in Greeley, Colorado, United States, on 35th Avenue and West 24th Street. The school was established in 1966 and had an enrollment of 1,450 students in the 2003-04 school year. Its mascot is the Spartans.[1]

Academic standards[edit]

In 1996, it became the only school in Greeley to offer the International Baccalaureate Program. In 1998, Greeley West offered a program called Extended Learning Opportunity, which pushed back the school's regular starting time 90 minutes to allow students who wished to come in earlier to participate in small study classes.

In 2000, principal Erik Fredell was named a principal of the year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals and MetLife.[2]

Athletics[edit]

Greeley West offers golf, football, volleyball, boys' and girls' soccer, boys' and girls' basketball, cheerleading, poms, baseball, softball, cross country, track and field, wrestling, boys' and girls' tennis, and boys' and girls' swimming.

The school has won state championships in baseball (1975),[3] girls' soccer (2003, 2004),[4] and four state titles in girls' tennis, most recently in 2003.[5]

The school has also won state titles in boys' cross country (1965, 2009), girls' cross country (2007), and 5A Poms/Jazz (2000, 2007).[6]

The boys' swim team at Greeley West was named state 4A Academic Team champion in 2007, and the boys' basketball team in 2010.[7]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Delander, Brady (2003-09-23). "HIGH SCHOOL OF THE WEEK: GREELEY WEST - All in the family atmosphere". Denver Post. p. D12. 
  2. ^ "GREELEY AND SWINK PRINCIPALS HONORED". Rocky Mountain News. 2000-03-20. 
  3. ^ Forbes, Brian (2006-04-13). "CLOSING ACT LOOKS LIKE A HIT - Class 4A Greeley West thriving in coach Ziegler's final season". Denver Post. p. D8. 
  4. ^ Maak, Russ (2003-05-21). "West wins first-ever state title in soccer". Greeley Tribune. 
  5. ^ Fasano, T.M. (2003-06-07). "Greeley duo establishes winning ways". Greeley Tribune. 
  6. ^ http://chsaa.org/
  7. ^ "Great. From the Ground Up - Youth Sports". City of Greeley. Archived from the original on 2010-11-23. 
  8. ^ Shuman, Matt (2008-12-19). "Athletic Chris Kaba learns to complete his abilities". Greeley Tribune. 
  9. ^ Jeremy Kent Jackson

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 40°24′05″N 104°44′11″W / 40.4013°N 104.7365°W / 40.4013; -104.7365