Antelope Valley School District

Mission and Vision

Mission Statement

The Mission of Littlerock High School is to provide a safe and secure setting that promotes personal and academic growth wherein students are given comprehensive and challenging opportunities to become productive citizens.

Vision Statement

The Littlerock High School staff values education as a life-long learning process. We provide a secure environment and support instruction that empowers students to be successful in career and postsecondary options to encourage the development of responsible and proactive citizens.

Alma Mater

Our hearts we raise, As we sing our praise,

To our Lobo pride, All Hail!

We'll stand side by side, For that Lobo pride,

Our hearts will never fail.

To our own Alma Mater, Littlerock, We'll be true.

To you we hold our colors, The silver, green

and blue!


AB 9. Pupil rights: Bullying. The existing law provides that it is the policy of the state to afford all persons in public schools, regardless of their disability, gender, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristics that is contained in the definition of Hate Crimes, equal rights and opportunities in the state educational institutions. It is the purpose of existing legislation to prohibit acts that are contrary to the policy and to provide resources for it.


AB 1266, Pupil rights: sex segregated school programs and activities. Existing law prohibits public schools from discriminating on the basis of specified characteristics, including gender, gender identity, and gender expression, and specifies various statements of legislative intent and the policies of the state in that regard. Existing law requires that participation in a particular physical education activity or sport, if required of pupils of one sex, be available to pupils of each sex.