It has been said many many times that "for a small school, Incline High does some amazing things". The fact is, small in student population size or not, Incline High School does do amazing things. . . for all students. Visit our inclinehs.org site.
From IHS graduates heading to the likes of Stanford, Yale, Cornell, the Air Force Academy, UNR, Cal-Poly, Berkeley, Mills College or Harvard to designing and building a world class custom motorcycle or the opening of their own restaurant to designing a new golf club shaft for a major manufacturer, students from Incline High School dream big and achieve big. Teachers and administrators at the high school know each student by name; the small size lends itself to this recognition and important outreach. But, the classes, with an 18:1 ratio allows the student the important comprehensive learning experience that comes with the interaction with others (large enough to communicate and small enough to be heard).
Incline High School Vision Statement
It is our desire to provide all students at Incline High School with the opportunities to acquire the tools, which will help them to be responsible, participatory members of their local, national and global communities. We believe this can best be achieved when:
- Learning opportunities are provided for all students to reach their potential, when:
- The love for lifelong learning is nurtured;
- Students are taught regardless of their educational and/or personal backgrounds;
- It is understood that all students have different strengths and learn in a variety of ways;
- The curriculum is comprehensive and designed to meet the need of all students.
- Academic excellence is the focus of the school, and:
- Having pride in one's education is respected;
- Reading is believed to be critical to one's success;
- High expectations are the norm;
- Acquisition of technological knowledge is considered an integral part of one's education.
- The elements of good citizenship are modeled, practiced and taught, and:
- Mutual respect of all students, staff, parents and community members is encouraged;
- Freedom from violence, intimidation, intolerance and indifference is part of the culture;
- Integrity is not a "buzz word" and students understand right from wrong;
- An appreciation for our nation as a democratic republic is fostered.
- Involvement and cooperation between school, parents and the community is extensive, and:
- The relationship is positive and trusting;
- Mutual support is evident;
- Volunteerism is encouraged, acknowledged and appreciated;
- Communication is open, honest and opinions are respected.
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