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Lone Pine High School is the only high school in the Census-designated place (CDP) of Lone Pine, California. Lone Pine High School resides within the Lone Pine Unified School District, which also includes Lo-Inyo Elementary School (K-8) and the now closed down Olancha Middle School (K-5). The school colors are Purple and Gold.
Lone Pine's school mascot is the Golden Eagle. Lone Pine offers a variety of varsity sports, including Football, Volleyball, Basketball (boys and girls), Skiing and Snowboarding, Baseball, Softball, Golf, and Track and Field.
Lone Pine High School offers an opportunity for student government leadership through their ASB (Associated Student Body). The positions include, President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Sports Commissioner, and Pep Rally Commissioner. Other offices include Class Representatives for the Freshmen/Sophomore/Junior/Senior Classes, and Club Representatives from any clubs which want representatives. Both commissioner positions are available as double positions, meaning that two students can run as a team in the elections.
ASB Elections are usually held in the Spring, enabling the government to act for a calendar year as opposed to a school year.