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The Lake Tahoe Unified School District, working collaboratively with parents and the community, will provide a quality learning environment in which all students develop competence in basic skill areas and are prepared to be responsible, contributing citizens. Creating Learning - Opportunities for Every Child to Achieve Success.   "We believe that unity will be a product of this collective vision."


It is the philosophy of South Tahoe High School that the destiny of our community, State, and Nation depends upon educated, well-informed, responsible citizens in all walks of life. The staff is committed to guide students toward these goals. In order for students to achieve their full potential, develop self-esteem and confidence, as well as interact positively with others, the following expectations have been established:  READ MORE.
  2014-15 Budget

2013-14 Unaudited Actuals

2014-15 STHS Stadium Seating Project Bid Docs



South Tahoe Music Department - 2014/2015 Calendar
South Tahoe High School Performing Arts Booster Association (PABA)   PABA is a non-profit organization created to provide support for the students and staff of the Tahoe Arts & Design Academy (TADA) at South Tahoe High School.


Student Sports - League/Region/ State Playoff Information



Sport Schedules:

SOUTH TAHOE VIKINGS BOOSTER CLUB  Season PassThe South Tahoe Vikings Booster Club and South Tahoe High School are once again offering their Season athletic pass. The pass includes all sports and gives you and your family or business a great chance to attend all regular season Viking home athletic events. When you purchase a Season Pass, your entire donation directly benefits Athletic Programs at South Tahoe High School. The pass does not include entrance at Regional or State games.  The South Tahoe Vikings Booster Club needs volunteers. If you would like to join our group, please attend our meetings held on the second Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm, in the Career Center next to the Library at STHS.  SEASON PASS COST: $100 Individual Pass (includes 1 entry/event), $ 125 Family Pass (includes 4 entries/event), $175 Business Pass (includes 6 entries/event), Checks payable to STHS Vikings Booster Club may be dropped off at STHS Athletic office or mail to: STHS, Attn: ST Vikings Booster Club, 1735, Lake Tahoe Blvd., So. Lake Tahoe, CA 96150.




South Tahoe High School brings learning into the 21st Century

Bringing learning into the 21st century: the Stadium View Building

Lake Tahoe Hits the Jackpot with Technology-Rich Learning Environment - AT&T Case Study


  Information on Bus Routes, Free and/or Reduced Passes, Application Forms, etc. are here.

November 18, 2014 @ 6 p.m. - Board of Education Meeting at 1021 Al Tahoe Boulevard.
Nov. 19 @ 6 pm - Tahoe Valley Harvest Choir at Tahoe Valley Multi-purpose Room.
November 21 - Minimum Day for Students, Faculty, and Staff.
Monday-Friday, November 24-28 - Thanksgiving Recess - All Schools Closed.
December 9, 2014 @ 6 p.m. - Board of Education Meeting at 1021 Al Tahoe Boulevard. (Annual Organizational Meeting)
December 19 - Minimum Day for Students, Faculty, and Staff.
December 22-January 2 - Winter Break - All Schools Closed


SCHOOL BOARD POLICIES    CAUTION! District policies are regularly revised and updated by the Board. There is a time delay in Board approval and the updating of this site by CSBA - not all listed policies reflect the latest Board adopted revisions. Please call 530.541.2850 Ext. 225 for info.

USE OF FACILITIES:   The Lake Tahoe Unified School District offers the use of its facilities for various groups and organizations. Application procedures are designed to assist groups and organizations desiring to use school facilities and ensure that the use of the facilities does not conflict with use for school purposes or interfere with regular school and / or activities. To request space please follow the link to our online reservation system. If you have any questions on how to use the system please contact Lia Story.

Fee Schedule

Terms & Conditions

Campus Maps - Coming Soon

POSTING AND DISTRIBUTION OF MATERIALS:  LTUSD recognizes the value of distributing materials that are of broad interest to a great number of our students, their parents/guardians, and staff. Therefore, we make our distribution network available on a limited basis. However, the volume of requests and the staff time to handle the materials require us to carefully monitor requests. Please note the following conditions for distribution requests: Guidelines for Posting & Distribution of Flyers     

  REPORT INCIDENTS OF BULLYING:  An anonymous student-level Bully Reporting System enables the safe and secure reporting of bullying incidents. Bullying in our public schools has always been a concern to parents and school administrators. The issue has gained more serious attention recently. We now see widespread media coverage on the serious consequences, injuries and educational damage that result from being the victim of such incidents. Help stop bullying. Report incidents by CLICKING HERE.
  Transition to Common Core State Standards:

Proposition 30, The Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012, approved by the voters on November 6, 2012, temporarily increases the states sales tax rate for all taxpayers and the personal income tax rates for upper-income taxpayers. Proposition 30 requires all districts, counties, and charter schools to report on their Web sites an accounting of how much money was received from the EPA and how that money was spent. Education Protection Account Resolution No. 2013/14-08Education Protection Account Resolution No. 2012/13-29

 The Food Services Department has a new website! Sign up to have your student's menu(s)* emailed to you each month along with a monthly SuperKids Nutrition Newsletter. Just go to MENUS and click on the GOING GREEN icon!