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River Valley High School
Welcome to the 2020-21 school year. Just like last year ended in a different way, we will be starting this year in a different way. The administration and staff are excited to get the school year started. Our goal at River Valley is to give each student the best education possible. Not only do we want to give students the knowledge to exceed but also become responsible citizens.
Mohave High School
Welcome to our website! We hope you find it useful and informative. Mohave High School has been serving the area of Bullhead City since 1969. MHS opened the doors and had its first semester in August of 1969 and its first graduating class in 1970.
Welcome to CRUHSD Academy, the non-traditional high school in the Colorado River Schools and Colorado River Union High School District. As we expand our programs and role in the community, we’ll be expanding and updating this website with additional information, contacts, programs and success stories.
The Colorado River Union High School District (CRUHSD) was created in 1989 following the division of the former county-wide Mohave Union High School District. It began with Mohave High School, which opened in Bullhead City in 1969, originally serving students up and down the Colorado River valley, including Laughlin, Nevada. River Valley High School opened in 1992 in Mohave Valley. CRUHSD Academy, which currently does not have athletic programs, began as an online school and now is now CRUHSD’s third high school with blended online and traditional classes in a non-traditional setting. The high school graduation rates exceed state averages, and the continuation rate to college or other post-secondary education is among the highest among public schools in the county.
Several years ago, CRUHSD and the Bullhead City Elementary School District entered into a shared services intergovernmental agreement. In addition to many cost savings, the two districts are able to better coordinate training, teacher collaboration and student transitions from one district to the other. Operating as the Colorado River Schools, the two districts trace their heritage back more than 70 years to Bullhead City’s first elementary school.
Anderson auto group fieldhouse
ultimate indoor sports experience
State-of-the-Art Climate Controlled Atmosphere
There are more than 10,000 hotel rooms in the Tri-State area! For additional information, please click on the Laughlin and Bullhead information pages.
CampingBig Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area (Laughlin)
Davis Camp – Mohave County Parks (Bullhead City)
Jack Smith City Park (Needles)
Katherine Landing – Lake Mohave (Bullhead City)