Welcome to Little Falls Community High School
Little Falls Community High School has a comprehensive curriculum and elective program with many opportunities for our students. Our high school curriculum also offers advanced opportunities in art, business education, FACS, and industrial technology. For a list of courses please refer to our academics pages.
Our students not only excel academically but also have had tremendous success in co-curricular activities. Little Falls Community High School has over 40 academic, athletic, fine arts, and leadership programs for students to participate in.
Little Falls High School is committed to doing its best to help students grow and reach their potential academically, athletically, socially, and emotionally.
High School News
Throughout his 17 years at the radio, Corey Fink has been able to share his broadcasting skills with students of all ages who participate in Flyer Media Productions and work with them through hands-on experience to create incredible broadcasts. The students who work to put on these broadcasts deserve immense recognition for their hard work and dedication to Flyer Media Productions.
We would like to tell you about TouchWall, our exciting new digital yearbook and information wall located by the high school auditorium and the entrance to our gym.
TouchWall features three screens showcasing the Little Falls Flyers. The center screen is interactive, providing a historical perspective of the Flyers. Quite simply, it is a digital yearbook beginning with the earliest yearbook we could find to the class of 2022.
Commencement for the class of 2022 was held on Sunday, May 29th, in the Flyer Gymnasium. A total of 139 seniors participated in the graduation ceremony, the 129th in school history.
Congratulations and best wishes to the class of 2022! Forever a Flyer!
Little Falls Community Schools has launched a new website. We are excited to provide an updated look and more communications and updates as well. Here are a few things to note as you begin to navigate the new site...
The 11th Annual Day of Caring was bigger and better than ever! Introduced in 2011, and held every year at the start of May, the Day of Caring is an opportunity for students at Little Falls Community High School to get into the community and assist individuals with complete outdoor projects. Student teams led by school staff are joined by teams of community members to help with raking and stick removal, window washing, flower bed clean up, and more.