| Public high school|
Blue and Gold
| Hal Mortensen|
~ 600 students
Specializing in futures.
| Original campus: 1914
New campus: 1993|
2400 Saint Joseph St, Overton, NV 89040, USA
Clark County School District
Mack Lyon Middle School, Virgin Valley High School, Community College Southern, Grant Bowler Elementa, Moapa Valley Library
Moapa Valley High School is a small 1A empowered public high school in Clark County, Nevada, United States Of America, located in Moapa Valley in the city of Overton, Nevada, being part of Clark County School District (CCSD). It has an approximated number of students of 562. Moapa Valley High School is known for its forensics team, winner of 6 consecutive Small School State Championships (2006–2011) and for its football team, which has also competed in the state championship for several years. The school symbol and mascot is the pirate.
Moapa Valley High School Wikipedia
In the year 1914 Moapa Valley High School opened. This school housed grades kindergarten through 12. The original building was a gothic style two-story masonry building. Moapa Valley's first graduating class graduated in 1919 and consisted of two students. The first principal was Mr. Liljenquist. As the town grew a second building was added in 1922, this included a 250 seat auditorium and a gymnasium. In the 1930s the federal government helped build a second gym, the old gym was then converted into a library. In 1956 Moapa Valley High School became a part of the Clark County School District. More information concerning the school and the valley can be found in the books 100 Years on the Muddy, or Grant M. Bowler: The Man and His Time.