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Founded in 1891, Livermore High School is a public high school located in the city of Livermore, California, USA, and is part of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD). In 2007, it was chosen as one in four schools in Alameda County to receive the California Distinguished School award.
Immediately after spring vacation in 1930, the high school students moved into a new two-story, red brick building with 14 classrooms and an auditorium, located at the present site. In 1939, the building was made earthquake-proof and refinished with a stucco face. Since then, many new classrooms, buildings, and facilities have been added to the school. During the 1988-89 school year the auditorium was completely renovated, and is now known as the Livermore High School Performing Arts Theater. In 2005, the quadrangle was renovated to include an outdoor amphitheatre. In 2009, new science buildings were created and the temporary classrooms were removed.
Livermore offers a wide variety of courses, including many Advanced Placement and honors courses. The curriculum consists of course offerings in English, mathematics, history and social sciences, foreign languages (French, Spanish, and German), visual arts (photography, ceramics, drawing, video production, animation), music (concert and marching band, orchestra, jazz ensemble,), theatre and performing arts, economics, government, journalism, psychology, technology, and science (biology, physics, earth sciences, chemistry, anatomy and physiology, and field biology).
At the minimum, students are required to complete 3 years of history/social science courses, 4 years of English, 3 years of mathematics, 2 years of science, 1 year of a foreign language, 1 year of a visual or performing arts, 2 years of physical education, 1 semester of health, and 80 credits of elective courses.
Advanced Placement courses offered include English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, French Language, Spanish Language, Studio Art (2-D, 3-D, and Drawing), Chemistry, Calculus BC, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Biology, and United States History.
Livermore High School is also a member of the Tri-Valley Regional Occupation Program (ROP), hosting numerous ROP classes such as Auto Body, Environmental Science, Criminal Justice, and Marketing. Livermore High is also the only school in Alameda County to still have a branch of the Future Farmers of America.
Livermore High School competes in the following sports:
Livermore competes in the North Coast Section (NCS) and East Bay Athletic League (EBAL).
Under Livermore Cross Country coach, Ed Salazar, the cross country team a NCS record with 7 straight section titles from 1990-1996. During this period Micheil Jones (1994) and Joe Smith (1995) won individual state cross country titles. Other notable individual state finishes were Amik Jones (6th 1990), Steve Immel (10th 1993, 3rd 1994), Adrian Eimerl (12th 1995), and Tim Ricard (10th 1996) The Cross country team finshed 3rd at the state meet in 1994 and 2nd at the state meet in 1995. The 1994-1995 cross country teams had 4 runners go on to compete at the collegiate level (Steve Immel, Micheil Jones, Joe Smith, Adrian Eimerl).
The Cowboy football team was EBAL champions in 1971 and 1972 and 1993, finishing 2nd in the NCS Playoffs in 1993. In 2000, the LHS Football team went 10-2 and reached the semi-finals of the NCS Playoffs before being eliminated by Ygnacio Valley. The Cowboy men's soccer team was NCS champions in 1982, and reached the semi-finals of the NCS championship in 1983.
More recently, the Livermore men's cross-country team won the EBAL championship in 2005, while the baseball team won EBAL in 2007 and 2008.
The men's water polo team made it to NCS in 2007 and again in 2009. In 2009 winning their first NCS game advancing to the second round of games.
The Livermore lacrosse team was created in 2006. At the end of the 2008 season, four team members were named East Bay Athletic League Honorable Mention players 
This is a list of all officially approved clubs at Livermore High School as of the 08-09 school year .
- Altamont Creek Elementary
- Andrew N. Christensen Middle
- Arroyo Seco Elementary
- Marylin Avenue Elementary
- Leo R. Croce Elementary
- Junction Avenue Middle
- Joe Michell Elementary
- Jackson Avenue Elementary
- Granada High
- Emma C. Smith Elementary
- East Avenue Middle
- Don Gaspar De Portola Elementary
- Del Valle Continuation High
- William Mendenhall Middle
- Vineyard Alternative
- Sunset Elementary
- Rancho Las Positas Elementary
- Phoenix High (Continuation)