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**Congratulations Quarter 2 Graduates!**
17 Spartans dominate to Graduate and Eat Cake!
Art in Music - Spartans Conquer!
Best in Show & Two 1st Place Awards go to Triumph Students
2017 Yearbook Cover!
The Yearbook Club is excited to unveil the cover of the 2016-17 Shield Yearbook. The theme this year is "Our Journey", discovering & exploring the Journeys of a Spartan
Need help or are you behind on classwork? Triumph hosts Saturday Academy every Saturday from 9:00am to noon.
February 18th & 25th
Mike & Tiffany Smith, Bill & Beth Edwards, Dion & Kristin Custis, Sarah Oman, Judy Hinkle, Dick Larkin, Dan & Rachel Edeen, Chris Joannides & our many staff members
Village Inn, Burri Jewelers, Phoenix Builders
Your Generosity is Appreciated!
Dori Klopfer honored as Outstanding Educator
Rotary Club of Cheyenne honors Triumph Art Teacher as an Outstanding Educator! We treasure Dori for her dedication to our students. Thank you, Dori!
Circle up for Art!
Dori's Art class made a beautiful tree of Art ornaments to liven up the common area at Triumph. Students and staff love the beautiful colors. Our Spartans are so talented!
Quarter 1 discovery grads
A Total of 32 students graduated from Discovery 1st Quarter!!!
More than Counselors!!!
We heart you!
John Ellis and Carla Langseth are much more than counselors here at Triumph. They are the loving heart of the Spartan family. They work a million hours to make sure that all of our students know they are valuable and important. Thank you, John and Carla for all you do!
Shakespeare's First Folio
Friday, September 9, the English Department was invited to view Shakespeare's First Folio, printed in 1623. It contains 36 of the Bard's most influential plays. Gina Hughes, Alyssa Sallee, Shannon Beer & Laurie Novak at the Wyoming State Museum where you can see the folio, for free, through September.
Earn Credit - Eat cake!!
By Shannon Beer
Officer Joe, at your service!
Even Spartans need a little help every now and then. Thank you, Officer Joe Johnson, Triumph's SRO! We couldn't do it without you and all of our uniformed protectors. Every day we see you, we respect you and we Thank you! You make our school and our town safe so that we can grow and learn in Cheyenne.
Triumph Childcare Center
Triumph plays host to 5 graduation ceremonies per year. Our modified block schedule allows dedicated Spartans to graduate early! We have platform graduation at the end of every quarter and a traditional graduation at the end of every school year. Earn Credit - Eat Cake!
Our Spartans Have More Fun!!
Maintaining a culture of caring and respect is priority number one to all of our committed staff here at Triumph High! We have some of the most diverse, experienced, educated and passionate instructors anywhere!
High Ropes Course Teaches Trust
Spartans learn that they can depend on each other for support
The shield 2016-17
**For a limited time only, purchase your yearbook for only $25! This offer only good through November 15. A $10 deposit now guarantees your price of $25. Hurry while supplies last! (To order your yearbook, call Shannon Beer @ (307)771-2500, ext. 23522 or firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Quiet on the Set!
The TV/Media team is at it again! This class was offered for the first time last year under the guidance of English teacher, Laurie Novak. The class give students the opportunity to hone their skill both on and off camera. Spartans are fierce on film!
Wear a Hat, Give a Hat!
Would you pay $1 to wear a hat? Many Spartans did just that and wore their hats in school on hat day. Money raised went to buy hats for cancer patients. A fun day for a great cause!
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By Shannon Beer
Mike Helenbolt, Principal
Triumph High School
I am privileged to serve as principal to the high school, students, and staff that has been termed the best kept secret in Cheyenne education. Our enrollment of approximately 200 students is served by an amazing contingent of dedicated staff members who daily help students change the trajectory of their young lives. We are committed to providing the most robust, rigorous, and relevant teaching and learning experiences available anywhere. We aim to be the premier alternative high school in the Rocky Mountain region through continual incremental, intuitive improvements.