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Triumph High School

Triumph High School

1250 W. College Dr. 
Cheyenne, WY 82007

Main Office: (307) 771-2500
Fax (307) 771-2508

Michael Helenbolt, Principal

triumph@laramie1. org  
Our School Web Site


Triumph SpartansTriumph High School is an alternative school of choice established in the mid-1970s and has operated at its current location since January of 2009. Enrollment is voluntary and is obtained through an application process at the school. Students are acclimated to the school through the Discovery curriculum that includes social and emotional skills training consisting of and not limited to: working effectively within groups, anger management, communication skills, assertiveness training, conflict resolution and problem solving. Discovery classes include community building experiences on ropes courses, community service learning and other group experiences.


General Information ~

The curriculum at Triumph High features the nine-week Discovery class for new students (that must be successfully passed at 70 percent for both written and skills components to enter the main school culture), an adviser/advisee program, multi-age grouping in classes, classes that are open to most students in ninth through 12th grade, multiple certification programs (Certified Nursing Assistant, Culinary Arts-Serve Safe, Child Care, Office Skills to name a few) and an evening computerized and project-based credit accumulation option called the Triad Tapestry Center, which is open from 4–7 p.m. The school operates on a quarter; a nine-week system for coursework and credit accrual whereby students have the opportunity to enroll in up to five 80-minute classes per quarter and earn as much as 2.5 credits per quarter. School hours are 7:45 a.m.–4:05 p.m. for those wanting the maximum credit option and either 7:45 a.m.–2:40 p.m. or 9:10 a.m.–4:05 p.m. for those who enroll in four classes. Parents and their student(s) attend an orientation session, offered once each quarter, and complete an application in order to be enrolled in the Discovery Program. The Discovery Program includes parent nights that allow parents to benefit from the knowledge and skills their students are learning.

 

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