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7/15/2017
  

Luscious peaches from the West Slope!

Help support the Family and Consumer Science classes…place your order today

Link for payment is on the Boulder High website:

boulderhighschool.revtrak.net  > clubs and activities > Family and Consumer Science  Peach Sale


We will contact you as soon as we know the exact delivery date.  Our grower will only pick when the peaches are ripe so the date is subject to weather  and growing conditions.

 

Peaches will be delivered to Boulder High in late August or early September.  We will send an email alert as soon as we have a confirmed delivery date.

 

Boxes are about 22-25 lbs

Cost is $35 per box

Prepaid  orders only.


 





9/8/2017
  

Free and Reduced On Line Applications are closed for the rest of this school year. BVSD will have the New On Line Applications ready by the end of July for the 2017-18 School Year.  The Enrollment/F&R On Line Application Help Center at the Education Center will be open from 7/31 - 8/18/17 for parents needing assistance. 

8/11/2017
  


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5/19/2017
  

There is a change in next week’s schedule for seniors:

 

Caps and Gowns will be distributed on Thursday.


Senior Check-out 8:00AM-2:00PM

Senior sign-out sheets are due. All required signatures must be obtained, including the Treasurer’s, and fines cleared by this time.Students must have a signed, completed check-out sheet in order to pick up cap and gown.

 

CAPS AND GOWNS 2:00-3:00PM Pit    

 

Seniors must empty lockers by 3:30PM. Students are required to return their school lock.


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5/21/2017
  

​​​Commencement will be on Saturday, May 20, 2017, 8:30 am at Recht Field. Recht Field opens for seating at 7:45 a.m. Seniors are asked to be present and lined up no later than 7:45 a.m. The ceremony lasts about 2 to 2-1/2 hours. Click here for more graduation information.​

​On Commencement Day, we will have limited accessible parking and seating arrangements available for those in need. Please contact Laurie Goodman in the main office at 720-561-5713 by Friday, May 12, to make arrangements.

Inclement Weather Plans
If weather prevents the ceremony at 8:30 a.m.:

1st postponement: 1:00 pm commencement—line-up at 12 noon

2nd postponement: Sunday 2:00 pm commencement—line up at 1:00 pm

If weather persists, commencement will be at 1st Bank Center in Broomfield at 8:00 pm on Sunday, May 21. Seating will be available at 7:15 pm and seniors will line up at 7:15 pm. Notice of a change to the time or place of graduation will be on school voicemail, posted on our website (www.boh.bvsd.org), and sent out through email.


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5/29/2017
  

Spring 2017 finals are May 22-25 for grades 9, 10, and 11. Grade 12 finals are May 16 and 17. Click "Read more" for the full schedule or link to the Spring 2017 Finals Schedule. 

Senior Spring 2017 Finals Schedule

Tuesday, May 16
Periods 1, 3, 5, 7 (Block schedule)

Wednesday, May 17
Periods 2, 4, 6 (Block schedule)


Spring 2017 Finals Schedule (Grades 9-11)

Monday, May 22
9:00-11:00 - Period 1
11:00-12:30 - Lunch
12:30-2:30 - Period 5

Tuesday, May 23
9:00-11:00 - Period 2
11:00-12:30 - Lunch
12:30-2:30 - Period 6

Wednesday, May 24
9:00-11:00 - Period 3
11:00-12:30 - Lunch
12:30-2:30 - Period 7

Thursday, May 25
9:00-11:00 - Period 4
11:00-12:30 - Lunch/CAFETERIA CLOSED
12:30-2:30 - Make-up Exams
(Make-ups MUST be arranged ahead of time)

Friday, May 26
9:00-11:00 - Make-up Exams
11:00-12:30 - Lunch/CAFETERIA CLOSED
12:30-2:30 - Make-up Exams
(Make-ups MUST be arranged ahead of time)

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8/21/2017
  

​Click "Read more" or link to the BHS Back to School Check-in page for complete information on all the check-in steps. 

Check-in Times

Monday, August 14 - Grade 10:  8:00 - 11:00 am

                                      Grade 11:  12:00 - 3:00 pm

Tuesday, August 15 -  Grade 9:  8:00 - 11:00 am

                                      Grade 12:  12:00 - 3:00 pm
 

First Day of School

Grade 9, Wednesday, August 16, 9am

All Students, Thursday, August 17, 8am


​At check-in, students confirm their family has completed their Annual Data Update (ADU), have their photo taken, collect their student ID, apply for a senior parking permit (if applicable), and receive a locker assignment (optional). It’s important that all students attend check-in. For more information on the check-in steps, go to the Back to School Check-in page or contact Theresa van Zante, Theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org. Please note that Boulder Valley School District sent an email to families on April 20, 2017, with information on how to complete the required Annual Data Update for the 2017/18 school year.

 

Check-in Times

Monday, August 14 - Grade 10:  8:00 - 11:00 am

                                   Grade 11:  12:00 - 3:00 pm

Tuesday, August 15 -  Grade 9:  8:00 - 11:00 am

                                    Grade 12:  12:00 - 3:00 pm
 

First Day of School

Grade 9, Wednesday, August 16, 9am

All Students, Thursday, August 17, 8am


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5/24/2017
  

​Our sports and activies fair will be held on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in the Auditorium and the Main Gym. Come and meet the coaches! See all the activities Boulder High has to offer!

At 5:30 pm, we will have the Fall Sports Meeting in the Auditorium, where we will review the athletics registration process and announce the date that online registration opens for fall sports. All other sports and activities will be in the Main Gym from 6 to 7 pm. For any questions, please contact Athletics Assistant Jenni Bernstein: jenni.bernstein@bvsd.org.

Athletics & Activities: Soccer, Art Club, FBLA, Baseball, Environmental Club, Tennis, Mock Trial, French Club, German Club, Softball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Mountain Bike Club, Poms, Football, Basketball, Wrestling, Latin Club, Swim and Dive, Lacrosse, Ultimate Frisbee, Track and Field, Juggling Club, Badminton

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6/1/2017
  

​​Check here for the most up-to-date game schedules​ for Boulder High: ​Front Range League Schedules.


​For more information on Boulder High Athletics, go to the Athletics page on our website.

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8/31/2017
  

Boulder High School is ranked the #9 best school in Colorado and earns a Gold Medal ranking for top schools in the nation, ​​in a new report published by U.S. News & World Report. Great job Panthers!

Click "...read more" below for more information.

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9/11/2017
  

Boulder High School minus the gymnasium area will be closed for the summer.  It is important school personnel other than pre-approved employees stay out of the building this summer.

If by chance you need to see the treasurer, registrar or principal’s assistant this summer, please call first to be sure they are in the building.  Laurie Goodman’s number is 720-561-5713 and Ricki Hetherington’s number is 720-561-5302.

Demolition in the cafeteria shed a little BHS history.  After removing the lockers, we found a mural and behind the mural was the original exterior wall to the PIT.  The exterior wall fits nicely into the décor of the café so a bit of history will not be covered over again.  See pictures at Boulder High School’s Bond Project Webpage.  Progress is coming along nicely on the kitchen, courtyard, window and door replacement and painting.

The press box at Recht Field is coming along nicely with interior framework and exterior siding being placed on the building.  Electrical ground work and IT lines have been installed.  Soon the electricity will be attached to this line and disconnected from the temporary source.

There is limited foot traffic behind Boulder High School due to storm drain installation and concrete repair.  Please follow the closure signs and noted walking routes.

 July 5, 2017:

  1. Library:

    • Waiting for library mural from the printer.

  2. Bathrooms

    • Bathrooms in math wing are almost completed

    • World Languages bathrooms have been demolished and new flooring, wall repairs and fixture repairs continue.

  3. Auditorium work continues.

    • Lighting, life and safety works continues month.

  4. Cafeteria

    • Cafeteria ceiling framing, electrical, and ductwork continues.

    • Concrete pouring for new SAC area continues.

  5. Kitchen

    • New boilers are being installed

    • New flute for exhaust is being installed

  6. Painting continues throughout the school

    • Second floor north and west

    • Science/Art wing

    • Some areas of main office

  7. Front Security Entrance

    • Front entrance and School Resource Office are framed and prepared for painting and flooring.

    • Preparation of doorway was delayed due to manufacturing of white door frame to match existing framework.

  8. Security work on card readers, camera wiring and door hardware continues.

  9. Courtyard

    • New drainage system on the exterior of the courtyard installation continues.

  10. Science Wing

    • Installation of ventilation hood in room 2603

  11. Air Handling Units and Cabinet Unit Heaters in cafeteria are being replaced.

  12. Recht Field

    • Underbrush work was completed in June

    • Fencing work continues in July

    • Interior work of press box begins

    • Exterior brick work continues

  13. 13th Parking lot demolition begins in July   

  14. Concrete work behind BHS continues

  15. 17th street parking lot will be fenced in for construction parking starting on June 1, 2017.


Note: Crews will be working from 6:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday thru Friday.  Occasionally on weekends.

For more information about the Boulder High School Bond Project, visit the Bond Project webpage at:  

Boulder High School's Bond Project Webpage

 

What you need to know

ParkingChange: Parking will be limited due to parking lot repairs
Pick up/Drop offWill be available for student drop off and pick up.  Please do not use teacher parking lots  
TrafficChange: Traffic flow in the senior and 15th street lots due to re-surfacing.  Possible traffic disruption on the northeast and southeast side of school during delivery times, which will occur during the day.  There should be no disruption to normal traffic patterns in other areas around the school.


Bike and pedestrian accessChange: There is limited access behind Boulder High School.  Please follow the marked routes.

Boulder High is closed for the summer.  There should be no traffic inside the building.  You must get approval to enter the building.
DeliveriesChange: Frequent removal/replacement of dumpsters and delivery of a variety of construction materials to the site throughout July.
Utility disruptionTesting of system will continue.  System will not be a closed system and temperatures will fluctuate.
Noise Outside:  Some delivery vehicles, regular loading/unloading of material.  


SmellsChange: Slight odor from low VOC paints. Hallways

will be exhausted to the outside where possible.


Evacuation routesNo Change
Daily routine/internal traffic patterns (lunch, recess, etc.)N/A

 

 

 

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9/29/2017
  

​​​Click here​ for up-to-date information on the construction projects at Boulder High.

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6/4/2018
  

​Click here for information on upcoming meetings, the Panther Gala, Panther clothing, and more.

​Committed to enhancing the experience of every student athlete, the Panther Club provides financial assistance to all teams when vital needs are not covered by the school and/or district budget, promotes school spirit throught the sale of Boulder Panther clothing and other items, and honors teams and individuals with recognition and awards.

Panther Club Website

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9/3/2018
  

Click here​ to alert teachers to any identifying information (e.g., name and/or pronouns) that differs in Infinite Campus from how you identify in school.

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9/3/2018
  

​Click here to report an absence.

​Attendance and Reporting of Absences
Click here for information on the Boulder High Attendance Policy.  Please note that there are two ways to report an absence:

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9/4/2018
  

Distributed weekly, eNews contains important information about upcoming events, approaching deadlines, school policies, and much more.

Boulder High's eNews is provided by PAC, our parent organization, and it is an important tool in keeping us connected as a school community. Click here to view the current newsletter.

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10/2/2018
  

​Interested in joining a club at Boulder High? Click here for more information and to access a list of all clubs and contacts.

​Interested in joining a club at Boulder High? Click here for more information and to access a list of all clubs and contacts.

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​We’re thrilled to welcome you to BHS! Get ready for a fun day. Click "Read more" for the day's schedule and additional information.

​FRESHMAN WELCOME 2016, Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Please wear comfortable and appropriate clothing. You will be in engaged in many activities throughout the day, some of which may have you sitting on the floor.

Do not bring backpacks and other school supplies.

A pizza lunch will be provided. (However, if you have specific dietary needs, please bring your own lunch.)

The only item you should bring is your class schedule.


9:00-9:20                  Freshmen enter Boulder High School                                              through the North Main Entrance.

                               (Freshmen should meet on the North Lawn in                                 front of the Main Entrance.)


9:20-12:30                Orientation


12:30-1:25                Lunch at Boulder High School with Panther                                  Pride Leaders


1:30-2:15                  Freshman Seminar


2:20-2:25                  1st Period


2:30-2:35                  2nd Period


2:40-2:45                  3rd Period


2:50-2:55                  4th Period


3:00-3:05                  5th Period


3:10-3:15                  6th Period


3:20-3:25                  7th Period


3:30                          End of the day!

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​Click here to report an absence.

​Attendance and Reporting of Absences

Click here for information on the Boulder High Attendance Policy.  Please note that there are several ways to report an absence:

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9/30/2015
  

​​Congratulations to Emma Chow, Whitney Lawless, Jenna Richter and their incredible teacher Ms. Lewis on winning 1st place at the National History Day State Competition ...

​​​Congratulations to Emma Chow, Whitney Lawless, Jenna Richter and their incredible teacher Ms. Lewis on winning 1st place at the National History Day State Competition in their division. Their documentary, Hope is Never Silent: The Life and Legacy of Harvey Milk, tells the story of Harvey Milk and his effect on the Gay Civil Rights Movement. The girls are headed to DC to compete at the national level in June.  Go Panthers!

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11/16/2015
  

​Black Box performances run 7 pm, Thursday through Saturday, November 12-14.  ​

​The Boulder High Theater's Black Box series are student-directed, one act plays performed in an intimate setting on the main stage of the auditorium. Admission is donation based—​a gift back to the community for support of this year's  Haunted House and last season's stunning musical, Chicago.


Black Box performances run 7 pm, Thursday through Saturday, November 12-14.  

Boulder High Haunted House was a great success! Thanks for your support. Check out the link below for a creepy view.
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11/20/2015
  

​​November 19, 6:30 pm​   For more information on this concert, click here.​

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12/3/2015
  

​The coaches for Boulder High athletics will be in the cafeteria during our Showcase event on Wednesday, December 2, from 6:00 to 8:30 pm.

​Please stop by to meet our coaches and have your Boulder High sports questions answered. For more information on our athletics program, go to Athletics on our website.

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12/8/2015
  

​​​Congratulations to all the ProStart students who participated in the FCCLA state Leadership Conference on Nov 9-10. ​

Boulder High swept the fabrication skill event with Nicole Kamphuis taking first; Bryce Thom , 2nd; and Dao Her, 3rd. Oliver King took first place honors in knife skills, with Noah Zimmerman at a close 2nd. Good job!
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12/9/2015
  

​Freshmen, are you ready for finals?

​What? Cramfest: Tutors for all subjects; study advice; free pizza

When? Wednesday, Dec. 9, from 3:45 to 5:45 pm

Where? First floor of the Science wing

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1/8/2016
  

​​Ten Boulder High MUN delegates participated in the University of Colorado's High School Model UN and earned six awards. ​

Special congratulations to Annie Chen, earning both Best Position Paper and Outstanding Justice in the International Court of Justice. Also special congratulations to Zippy Abraham Paiss and Emily Zeutell for being lead authors of two resolutions that passed in the Historical Security Council.

            About 240 students from 26 schools participated.

 

AWARDS - Boulder H.S. (10 delegates)

2015 U. of Colorado H.S. Model U.N. Conference

U.N. Economic and Social Council - 19 states

Outstanding DelegateIsrael - Mitchell Anderson 9

 

U.N. Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization - 24 states

Honorable Mention: China - Laurel Butterworth 10

 

International Court of Justice - 15 Justices

Best Position Paper and Outstanding Justice: Annie Chen 11

South China Sea Crisis Committee - 20 delegates

Best Position Paper - Secretary of the US Navy Ray Mabus - Evan Laugen 11

Historical Congress of Vienna - 24 delegates

Outstanding DelegateAustria Congress Secretary Friedrich von Gentz  - Fiona Young 11

 

Historical Security Council – 1948 - 16 states

Lead Authors of two resolutions that passed, 58 out of 60 total judges' score

France  - Zipporah Abraham Paiss 11, Emily Zuetell 11

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1/16/2016
  
Learn about Boulder High's dynamic school community, as teachers, students, alumni, and coaches share what makes our school exceptionalClick here to view the Boulder High Showcase Video​.​ For Showcase, tour, and other enrollement events, go to Open Enrollment Activities.

Let us introduce you to our school! See highlights of what Boulder High has to offer: Boulder High School Video.

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2/2/2016
  

​​Due to the weather, all after-school events and activitiesincluding concerts and athletics games and practices​are cancelled for today, February 1. 

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2/5/2016
  

​​​​​The Boulder High School Athletics Department is excited to announce the hiring of Jason LaMere, our new girls soccer coach.

Jason has been a CHSAA coach for the past 8 years, where he has led Pinnacle Charter School from a school without a soccer program to a team that competes in the post season.  He is a BVSD teacher and is very excited about making an immediate impact on the Panther Girls Soccer program.  We will have a student meet and greet Tuesday, Feb. 2, in the Cafeteria at 3:30 pm. This will give Coach LaMere an opportunity to meet his athletes.

Eddie Hartnett, CMAA
Assistant Principal , Athletic Director
Boulder High School
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2/11/2016
  

​We are holding a meeting on Thursday, February 11, from 10:00-11:30 am, for students interested in attending Boulder High who are coming from private schools. Interested parents and students should plan to attend!

Where: Boulder High, Library Reference Room
When: Feb. 11, 10:00-11:30 am
Questions: Please contact the counseling office at 720-561-5351
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2/29/2016
  

​Spring sports include: Baseball, Boys Lacrosse, Boys Swimming, Girls Golf, Girls Lacrosse,* Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis, and Track & Field.

​For more information, contact Jenni Bernstein, Athletic Assistant, at 720-561-5747 or jenni.bernstein@bvsd.org. There will be a spring sports information meeting on Feb. 10, 6:30 pm. Click here for more information.

*Note that Girls Lacrosse is run through Centarus. For more information, contact the coach, Bob Kline, at 303-748-7607 or rkline3443@gmail.com.

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3/4/2016
  

​​​​Visit the Course Selection Information page under Counseling for details on course selection and planning, including links to forms, the 2016-2017 Course Description Guide, and the PTV course selection video.

​Additional forms and information are available from the Counseling Office.

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3/11/2016
  

​​​​AP Test Registration is now open. The link can be found on "Academics" > "Advanced Placement Program."

AP Test Registration is now open. The link can be found on "Academics" > "Advanced Placement Program".

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3/19/2016
  

​Girls Soccer C Team Gold: Canceled and rescheduled to 3/30/2016, 4pm, at Dakota Ridge HS.

Girls Tennis JV & V Teams: Canceled today due to weather.  No rescheduled date at this time. Will advise.​

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4/3/2016
  

​​​​Stop by the Pearl Street Mall and see the colorful banners created by the talents and imagination of budding artists from Columbine Elementary School, Casey Middle School, and Boulder High School, with a unifying theme of "Farming."​

​From Boulder High, Seina Tone won most artistic and Avi Saliman won best theme. Check out the link: 

The banners will be on display January 19 through mid-April 2016.
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During Boulder Arts Week (March 25-April 2), vote for your favorite banner for the People's Choice Awards. The artist behind the community favorite will win a $100 Downtown Boulder Gift Card and their banner will be hung at the Visitor Information Center all summer.

Go Boulder and BHS!​
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4/3/2016
  

​​​Tree of Life is a collaboration among professional artists in the community, Boulder High fall semester 2015 art students, and Boulder High art educators. 

After exploring trees through Haiku writing with poet Jack Collum and visual exploration with local painter Susan Albers, students designed and created 2-D paper trees and (with sculpture artist Will Kohler​) 3-D steel/clay trees to create a forest landscape in the Boulder Public Library. The Tree of Life exhibit coincides with the professional art show Trees. It will be on display from Jan. 22 to April 3, 2016.

“A longing to wander tears my heart when I hear trees rustling in the wind…”—Herman Hesse

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4/20/2016
  

On April 20, 2016, at 6:00 pm in the Main Gym, we will be having our Athletics and Activities Fair. This is your chance to meet the Boulder High School sports teams and see what clubs we have to offer.  

If you are planning to play football, Coach Simmons will be having a meeting in the Library Reference Room at 5:00 pm.​

Hope to see you there!

On April 20, 2016, at 6:00 pm in the Main Gym, we will be having our Athletics and Activities Fair. This is your chance to meet the Boulder High School sports teams and see what clubs we have to offer.  

If you are planning to play football, Coach Simmons will be having a meeting in the Library Reference Room at 5:00 pm.

Hope to see you there!

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4/22/2016
  

​​​​​​​​​Spring testing/bell schedules have been announced for PARCC (grade 9), CMAS (grade 11), and ACT/PSAT (grades 10 and 11). Click here to view the schedules and for Opt Out Information.​

​To view the schedules go to About > Spring 2016 Testing Schedule​.

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4/22/2016
  

​Got to the Unified Sports Schedule​ for game and practice information.

​The BVSD Athletic Department and Student Support Services have worked in collaboration with Special Olympics to develop a Unified Sports Program. The league will consist of basketball teams at five of our comprehensive high schools. Dedicated to promoting social inclusion through shared sports training and competitive experiences, Unified Sports joins students with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team. It was inspired by a simple principle: training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding. 

Link: Unified Sports Schedule

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5/19/2016
  

​Senior locker clean-out is Thursday, May 19, at 8:00 am. Cap and gown distribution is Thursday, May 19, at 2:00 pm.

​Senior locker clean-out is at 8:00 am on Thursday, May 19. All locks must be returned. Cap and gown distribution is at 2:00 pm on May 19. 

​Senior sign-out sheets are due to the Treasurer on May 19. All the signatures must be complete, and students must pay any fines.

​Click here for more 2016 Graduation Information.

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5/20/2016
  

​​Congratulations to the Class of 2016 Bartlett Scholars! These Bartlett Scholar students have been awarded  $40,000 to attend the college of their choice and will be attending an awards dinner hosted by Mr. Jim Bartlett next week.

​2016 Bartlett Scholars:

Emma Auerbach Brode     Math          McGill University or Barnard College

Camden Ford              Engineering      Duke University

Elena Mione                Economics         Vanderbilt University

Kyra Svoboda             Engineering       Brown University

Emila Van Buskirk       Economics        University of Chicago 

Isabelle Zelaya            Chemistry         University of Michigan 

Please also congratulate Sydney Quynn who is a 2016 Daniels Scholar and will be attending Brandeis University.  Sydney is one of just 200 students from Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and New Mexico to win this amazing scholarship!

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5/20/2016
  

​New this year, Boulder Valley School District will conduct an Annual Data Update (ADU) for all families via the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. This online system will now replace the paper registration process throughout the district.​

The online ADU will allow you to review the data we currently have for your child and household. You will be able to request changes and updates if needed. This process will also allow you to electronically complete and submit the Parent/Student Sign-Off Sheet from the Student Rights and Responsibilities Guide.

Emails with more information about the BVSD Annual Data Update will be sent to all parents and guardians during the last week of April.

¡El BVSD está cambiando a un sistema de inscripción en línea!

La novedad de este año es que el Distrito Escolar del Valle de Boulder llevará a cabo una Actualización de datos anual (ADU, por sus siglas en inglés) para todas las familias a través del Portal de padres de Infinite Campus. Este sistema en línea reemplazará el proceso de inscripción en papel en todo el distrito.

La ADU en línea le permitirá revisar los datos que tenemos actualmente sobre su hijo y su hogar. Usted podrá solicitar cambios y actualizaciones si fuera necesario. Este proceso le permitirá por vía electrónica completar y enviar la hoja de firmas de los padres y de los estudiantes que aparece en la Guía de Derechos y Responsabilidades de los Estudiantes.

Durante la última semana de abril se enviarán mensajes electrónicos a los padres y tutores legales sobre la Actualización de datos anual.

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6/30/2016
  

​​Luscious peaches from the Western Slope will be available late in August. Support Boulder High Family and Consumer and place you order today!

Approximately 22 lb. per box for $35. ​

You must preorder by June 30. Don't miss out!

To place your order in  the school store:

bohbvsd.org > Payments > Pay Student Fees > Back to School Check-in.

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8/18/2016
  

​We’re thrilled to welcome you to BHS! Get ready for a fun day. Click "Read more" below for the day's schedule and additional information.

FRESHMAN WELCOME 2016, Thursday, August 18, 9 am

Please wear comfortable and appropriate clothing. You will be in engaged in many activities throughout the day, some of which may have you sitting on the floor.

Do not bring backpacks and other school supplies.

A pizza lunch will be provided. (However, if you have specific dietary needs, please bring your own lunch.)

The only item you should bring is your class schedule.


9:00-9:20                  Freshmen enter Boulder High School through the North Main Entrance.

                               (Freshmen should meet on the North Lawn in front of the Main Entrance.)


9:20-12:30                Orientation


12:30-1:25                Lunch at Boulder High School with Panther Pride Leaders


1:30-2:15                  Freshman Seminar


2:20-2:25                  1st Period


2:30-2:35                  2nd Period


2:40-2:45                  3rd Period


2:50-2:55                  4th Period


3:00-3:05                  5th Period


3:10-3:15                  6th Period


3:20-3:25                  7th Period


3:30 End of the day!

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8/19/2016
  

​​Back to School Check-in will be held August 16 and 17. First day for freshmen is August 18. First day for all students is August 19. Click here​ for information.

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8/19/2016
  

BVSD will be hosting a Help Center at the BVSD Ed Center located at 6500 Arapahoe Boulder, CO, 80303, for anyone needing assistance with the Annual Data Update (ADU), Online Registration (OLR), and/or Free & Reduced Lunch (FRAM) applications.  For ADU or OLR, the BVSD Help Center will be open August 8–12 and August 1519, 8:00 am–4:00 pm.

New this year, Boulder Valley School District will conduct an Annual Data Update (ADU) for all families via the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. This online system will now replace the paper registration process throughout the district. The online ADU will allow you to review the data we currently have for your child and household. You will be able to request changes and updates if needed. This process will also allow you to electronically complete and submit the Parent/Student Sign-Off Sheet from the Student Rights and Responsibilities Guide. For ADU or OLR, the BVSD Help Center will be open August 8–12 and August 1519, 8:00 am–4:00 pm.

Free and Reduced Price meal applications will now be available online. You can complete the application from your Infinite Campus Student/Parent Portal (go to www.bvsd.org and click on "Infinite Campus Student/Parent Portal"). Once you are logged into your portal account, please select the "Applications/Forms" on the left side to begin the application process. Once you have entered the required information, you may click "Submit" and your application will be submitted pending approval. The applications will be available as of Friday, August 5. For Free & Reduced Lunch applications, the Help Center will be open August 8–12 and 15–19, 8:00 am–4:30 pm, at the BVSD Ed Center's Flagstaff Room. 

Please have the ADU complete before Check-in, August 16 and 17.

If you have any questions please email theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org, or contact the BVSD Enrollment Help Desk at 720-561-5247 or enrollment.helpdesk@bvsd.org.

Thank you! 

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8/25/2016
  

​Please note that there is no supply list at the high school level. Each individual teacher will provide a supply list for their class during the first week of school.

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9/7/2016
  

​Back to School Night is an evening for parents to attend their student's classes. Click here for a full schedule and more information.

​Outline of Night

5:45 - 6:00 Panther Pride welcomes parents into BHS

6:00 - 6:50 Special welcome for freshmen parents and parents of students new to BHS

6:50 - 7:00  Parents transition to class

7:00 - 8:45  Parents go to classes (see breakdown below)


Period 1   7:00 - 7:15 

Period 2 7:20 - 7:30

Period 3 7:35 - 7:45

Period 4 7:50 - 8:00

Period 5 8:05 - 8:15

Period 6 8:20 - 8:30

Period 7 8:35 - 8:45

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9/9/2016
  
Teachers and staff grabbed their innertubes and headed to work via Boulder Creek on August 18. It was a fun way to kick off the first day of school! Click "Read More" to check out photos of the teachers and staff cruising to work on Boulder's famous waterway.

​Teachers and staff grabbed their innertubes and headed to work via Boulder Creek on August 18. It was a fun way to kick off the first day of school! The photos below show everyone cruising to work on Boulder's famous waterway.



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9/18/2016
  
​Check out our art website for the cool stuff we did over the summer. Go to  http://www.boulderhighart.com (Italy, shows, buying art, rain barrel painting) for photos and more. Go ART!
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9/30/2016
  

​Still need a student ID? Lifetouch will be at Boulder High on September 29 for photo retakes and to make IDs. Click Read More for additional information.

​What: Photo retakes for students who ordered portraits (you must bring the packet you ordered); and photo IDs for students who still do not have an ID.

Where: Lower Cafeteria (SAC)

When: Thursday, September 29, 8:00 am - 12:30 pm

Link to the Photo Retakes Order Form

Contact Theresa van Zante with questions: theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org or 720-561-2296.

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10/7/2016
  

BVSD is changing student email logins/usernames effective August 8, 2016, 10:00 am. Any email sent to your old BVSD student email address will still be received until September 30, and until December 31, 2016, for students in 11th and 12th grades. 

​On August 8, 2016 at 10:00 a.m., your email, computer login and Infinite Campus portal login will change to: 

Username: fmlastname## (add @bvsd.org for email)

f = first initial

m = middle initial

lastname = up to 16 letters of last name

## = 2 digits - The majority of students will be 01. Duplicate names will increment by one number: 02, 03, 04, etc.

Total characters = up to 20 for students with middle initial or 19 for students without middle initial.

Examples:

Johnny M. Hernandez-Gonzales is jmhernandezgonzale01

Johnny Hernandez-Gonzales (no middle name) is jhernandezgonzale01

James Smith (no middle name) is jsmith01


The next James Smith (no middle name) is jsmith02


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10/21/2016
  

A portion of your meal costs will go to the Boulder High Art Department when you mention Boulder High Art, only on Friday, October 21st.

BOULDER ART FUNDRAISER AT ZOE'S KITCHEN!  Friday, October 21, 11am-9pm.

Zoës Kitchen serves Mediterranean-inspired food, where grilling is the predominate method of cooking along with an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh herbs, olive oil and lean proteins; all while keeping our guests’ dietary concerns in mind-- with gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options.  

**A portion of your meal costs will go to the Boulder High Art Department when you mention Boulder High Art, only on Friday, October 21st.**

“Portfolio Arts 1-4” students’ acrylic paintings will be on display and for sale.  There will be a reception for the artists from 6-7pm.

Zoe's Kitchen is a new Boulder restaurant at the corner of Canyon and 29th  (Next to Pete's Coffee) Open: 11am-9pm Daily, Phone: 303-444-3991.  

PLEASE JOIN US FOR ART AND FOOD AND FUN!

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10/24/2016
  

​Among the estimated 11,000 participants in the upcoming 52nd Annual Head of the Charles Regatta (HOCR) in Boston next week, spectators will see a record number of junior athletes representing Colorado.

​BOULDER –  Among the estimated 11,000 participants in the upcoming 52nd Annual Head of the Charles Regatta (HOCR) in Boston next week, spectators will see a record number of junior athletes representing Colorado. The 12 preps are all members of Colorado Junior Crew (CJC), the biggest junior rowing program in the state. This will be the first time that CJC has sent athletes to the Head of the Charles (HOCR) and only the third time that juniors from the state have competed in the event.

The 12 athletes attend four Boulder County high schools and will compete in three races on October 22-23 against an international field of junior competitors. HOCR is the largest annual two-day rowing event in the world. It attracts tens of thousands of spectators that line the banks of the three-mile course on Boston’s Charles River. Scheduled events also include collegiate and masters races among the sculling and sweep competitions.

Colorado’s athletes will be led by repeat HOCR Champion and CJC Director of Rowing Marika Page. They are scheduled to compete on Sunday morning in the Women’s Youth 2X and 4+ and Men’s Youth 4+ events. CJC’s participation in the HOCR follows the club’s first-ever appearance in the USRowing Youth National Championships in June.

Colorado Junior Crew was started in 2007 and calls Boulder Reservoir home. The club trains young athletes, ages 13-18, year-round in both sculling and sweep rowing. With more than 73 active members from 20 middle and high schools throughout Boulder, St. Vrain Valley, Adams 12 and Jeffco School Districts, CJC is one of four youth rowing programs in Colorado. Find out more about Colorado Junior Crew at www.cjcrew.org.

 

PARTICIPATING ATHLETES

Boulder High School

Isaiah Cormier

Sam Snyder

Sarah Usher

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10/26/2016
  

​Our Winter Sports Parent Meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 26, 2016, in the Main Gym at 5:30 pm. Come and meet the coaches!

​At this meeting, we will reviewing the athletics registration process, introducing the coaches, and going over the team schedules. First day of winter sports is November 11, 2016.

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10/31/2016
  

​If you are interested in Fall Baseball, please contact our new baseball coach, Carmen Rivas: carmen.rivas@bvsd.org.

​If you are interested in Fall Baseball, please contact our new baseball coach, Carmen Rivas: carmen.rivas@bvsd.org.

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10/31/2016
  

​Don't miss Boulder High's Legendary Haunted House! Open 7-10 pm on Friday and Saturday, Oct 21 and 22, 28 and 29, and Halloween night.  Price is $7 students, $12 adults. 

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11/16/2016
  

​Click here for audition information for the BHS spring musical, Rent.

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12/5/2016
  
2016

HOLIDAY WREATH PICKUP SCHEDULE
(For those who purchased from FBLA only)
  

NOVEMBER  30th - WEDNESDAY 
3:35 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.  (Afternoon)

DECEMBER  1st - THURSDAY
7:45 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.   (Morning)
(Please call 303-453-9104 if you are planning to come during this time)

DECEMBER 2nd – FRIDAY
3:35 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.   (Afternoon)

DECEMBER  3rd - SATURDAY
10:00 a.m. to 12 Noon   

Other times by appointment only
Please call 303-453-9104 or email howard.tuttle@bvsd.org 
 

THE WREATH PICKUP LOCATION IS IN A STORAGE ROOM LOCATED AT THE FAR SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE CAFETERIA, THROUGH THE DOUBLE DOORS, LOCATED AT THE LOWER WEST SIDE OF THE CAFETERIA, WHICH LEADS OUT TO THE SAND VOLLEYBALL COURTS AT THE BACK OF THE SCHOOL.

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1/2/2017
  

Morning: 8:00-10:50
Afternoon: 11:45-3:00

​The Library is open during finals testing as well as 1 hour before the morning final, 30 minutes after the afternoon final, and for the last 45 minutes of lunch.

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1/6/2017
  

​​This is an introduction to Boulder High for potential students. 

Join us for this unique opportunity to meet other students, teachers, and administrators; have a tour of the school; and visit a couple of classes. You WILL catch our spirit!​

November 14-18 (afternoons only on November 14, 15)

December 5, 6 (afternoon only on December 6)

January 5, 6 (morning only on January 6)

8:30-10:30 am, 12:30-2:30 pm


For complete information on how to register for a Catch the Panther Spirit session, click here

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1/6/2017
  

​Students will have all 7 class periods when school resumes on Jan. 4, 2017. There will be no Wednesday late start or block periods.

​Please note that there will be not block periods our first week back from winter vacation. Students will attend all 7 periods all three days (Weds, Thur., Fri.). There will be no late start on Wednesday.

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1/9/2017
  

​​For more information on open enrollment activities (tours, coffee with the principal, Catch the Panther Spirit), click here.

Boulder High School Showcase

Wednesday, November 30, 6:00-8:30 pm, BHS Auditorium

Join us for an entertaining and information-filled evening. Learn what makes Boulder High so
unique! Our Advanced Placement program, course offerings, AVID and other academic support
programs, and clubs and activities will be featured. Take advantage of this opportunity to
speak with administrators, teachers, coaches, parents, and students. Tours are available, too!


Parent School Tours – by Appointment

November 8, 9, 10, 14, 29; December 1, 2, 6, 8
​ 
Tours take about an hour and start in the main lobby.
To reserve your spot on a tour, contact Laurie Goodman at laurie.goodman@bvsd.org or 720-561-5713.


Coffee with the Principal

November 8, 8:30-9:30 am
November 29, 8:30-9:30 am
December 7, 8:30-9:30 am
January 4, 9:00-10:00 am

Join Principal James Hill for an informational meeting in our library. No reservation needed.


Catch the Panther Spirit Program

November 14-18 (afternoons only on November 14, 15)
December 5, 6 (afternoon only on December 6)
January 5, 6 (morning only on January 6)
8:30-10:30 am, 12:30-2:30 pm

To sign up for a Catch the Panther Spirit session click here. See below for complete information about this opportunity.

This is an introduction to Boulder High for potential students. Join us for this unique opportunity
to meet other students, teachers, and administrators; have a tour of the school; and visit a
couple of classes. You WILL catch our spirit!​


For more information on open enrollment activities, click here.


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1/13/2017
  

Congratulations to our newest STATE CHAMPS: The 2016 Boulder High School Boys Soccer Team! The are also the Front Range League champs and ranked no. 5 in the U.S.

Check out all the game highlights on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PanthersBHS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

Congratulations to our newest STATE CHAMPS: The 2016 Boulder High School Boys Soccer Team! The are also the Front Range League champs and ranked no. 5 in the U.S.

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1/13/2017
  
​Congratulations to the BHS Mountain Bike Team for winning another Stare Championship!!

​Earlier this month the Boulder High School Mountain Bike team won the 4 race Northern Conference Championship. Click here for to see the team photo.

Of the 105 riders on the team, 70 qualified to represent Boulder High at the State Championship on Oct. 23 in Eagle, CO.

Competing against 67 schools from across the state of Colorado, Boulder became the first school to score over 5000 points at the state championship race.  Boulder had 9 riders on the podium and all 70 riders completed their race with no DNF’s.

The Boulder High School Mountain Bike Team owned the day and are the 2016 Colorado State Champions!!!


http://my6.raceresult.com/63429/?lang#0_9E20E5

Division 1
1Boulder5038 
2Fairview4787 
3Battle Mountain4509 
4Golden4390 
5Animas4353 
6CRMS4246 
7Salida4194 
8Steamboat4087 
9Summit4058 
10Crested Butte3960 
11Columbine3914 
12Cheyenne Mountain3902 
13Evergreen3502 
14Rock Canyon3408 
15Ralston Valley3151 
16Lakewood2957 
17Monarch2945 
18Rocky Mountain2796 
19Chatfield2780 
20Dakota Ridge2672 
21East2395 
22Silver Creek2289 
23Mountain Vista1844 
24Colorado Springs School251
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1/13/2017
  

​​Honor your student with a SENIOR TRIBUTE in this year’s BHS yearbook!  We have one-quarter, one-half, and full page ads available.  Create a lasting memory of this momentous occasion, memorialized in the 80th Volume of the BHS yearbook.

Honor your student with a SENIOR TRIBUTE in this year’s BHS yearbook!  We have one-quarter, one-half, and full page ads available.  Create a lasting memory of this momentous occasion, memorialized in the 80th Volume of the BHS yearbook.

Note the Senior Tribute 2017 Guidlines and then go to: https://yearbookordercenter.com and select "create an ad."  It will lead you through the steps to take to create a great ad for your student.  The deadline has been extended to the end of the day Friday, January 13, 2017. 

Please contact Mr. Wildstein at adam.wildstein@bvsd.org with any questions.  And thanks for your support!

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1/31/2017
  

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In collaboration with OverDrive and BVSD, a portion of your Boulder High Library is now available online.

​The BVSD Digital Library gives students 24/7 access to select eBooks and audiobooks. Students can access titles in many different ways: through the OverDrive app, in their browser, on eReaders or MP3 players, or in Kindle reading apps.

To access the BVSD Digital Library via a computer, go to https://bvsd.libraryreserve.com and login using your BVSD username and password (do not add "@bvsd.org" to username).

For Mobile Devices: see Mobile Device Instructions.
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2/2/2017
  
​​​​National Signing Day is Wednesday, February 1, 2017, in the Auditorium from 9 to 10 am. If you have received an athletic scholarship from a college or university, please see Jenni Bernstein or Eddie Hartnett in the main office. ​

We would love to celebrate this great accomplishment with you and your family.

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2/6/2017
  

Attention Boulder High School Parents:

Get your Boulder High Athletic Pass for $70.  This pass allows you entry to 20 BVSD athletic events/non-playoffs for the 2016-17 school year--a $50 savings!

Passes can be purchased directly from Jenni Bernstein at the Boulder High office (jenni.bernstein@bvsd.org or 720-561-5747) or at any athletic event where admission is being charged (cash or check only).

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2/9/2017
  

Our Spring Sports Parent & Student Meeting will be held on Thursday, February 9, 2017, in the Auditorium at 6:30 pm. Come and meet the coaches!

At this meeting, we will be going over the athletics registration process. Online registration opens February 9, 2017. Please make sure that, once you have registered online, your child sees Jenni in the main office to be added to the team list (see step 2 below). Athletics registration is a two-step process:

Step 1:  Register online and print your registration receipt​. To register, click hereOnline registration opens February 9, 2017.

Step 2: Bring the receipt and a copy of a current physical to Jenni in the Main Office. If your child did not participate in a fall or winter sport, their physical is not current and a new one is needed. Once online registration is complete and a copy of the physical and the registration receipt are received, your child will be addeded to the team list.

 

Students cannot try out for a spring sport unless both of these steps are complete. For any questions, please contact Athletics Assistant Jenni Bernstein: jenni.bernstein@bvsd.org.

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2/13/2017
  

​Save the date! BHS is excited to host this highly anticipated culinary competition on Feb. 14, 2017, 10am-2pm. 

​It's going to be bigger than ever.


The highly anticipated 2nd Annual Young Escoffier Competition, a high school farm-to-table market basket-based contest, will take place on February 13, 2017, at Boulder High School in Boulder, Colorado. This year, we're accepting teams of 4 from 20 schools in Colorado to compete for scholarship dollars, prizes and more! Our honored guest judge, Curtis Duffy, is the chef and owner of 3 star Michelin restaurant Grace in Chicago as well as a James Beard Award winner. All participating students will receive a $500 scholarship toward their education at Escoffier Schools. 


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2/16/2017
  

​​​​Future panthers and parents! This night is designed to acquaint you with high school expectations and advanced versus regular course work. 


​Teachers and counselors will give a short presentation on the core classes needed for graduation. In addition, you will have the chance to talk to teachers from every Boulder High department. We look forward to meeting each of you!


When

Families with last names beginning with A-M: 6:00-7:00 pm presentation in auditorium followed by advising/browsing


Families with last names beginning with ​ N-Z: 7:00-8:00 pm presentation in auditorium followed by advising/browsing


Where

Boulder High Auditorium

For detailed information on course selection, click here.



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2/26/2017
  

Boys Basketball is preparing for their next game against Rock Canyon on Saturday at 1pm

Wear your purple and gold and come support the boys basketball team!

What: Boulder High vs Rock Canyon High School in the Boys Basketball Playoff Game

Where: Rock Canyon HS, 5810 McArthur Ranch Rd, Lone Tree

When: Saturday, Feb. 25, 1:00 pm

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2/26/2017
  

On the night of April 29 into the morning of April 30, 2017, the FHS-BHS After Prom organization made up of parents from Boulder and Fairview High Schools will host After Prom 2017.​

For more information on After Prom, please go to After Prom website at http://bhsfhsafterprom.org/.


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2/28/2017
  
​Spring sports registration opens February 9, 2017. ​​​​To register for a spring sport go to Athletic Registration.

​​​​To register for a spring sport go to Athletic Registration.​ Spring sports include: Baseball, Girls Golf, Boys Lacrosse, Girls Soccer, Boys Swim and Dive, Girls Tennis, Track & Field, and Girls Lacrosse (at Centarus). 

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3/1/2017
  

​Please come and take advantage of this opportunity to meet your student’s teachers and get updated on their progress and plans for success.

​You’re invited to our spring Parent-Teacher Conferences.

Thursday, Feb. 23, last names M–Z 
Tuesday, Feb. 28, last names A–L

Conferences are from 4:00-7:30 PM each day.

Please note that conferences should be no longer than 5 minutes. If you need additional time, please schedule a meeting with the teacher for another time.

Teacher map Main Gym 



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3/4/2017
  

​Course selection for the 2017-2018 school year starts Feb. 14 for current BHS students. Please review the following steps for the course selection process.

​Students will view the course selection video on Tuesday, February 14. Course selection sheets will be handed out that same day.

Friday, February 17, is course advising with teachers. Teachers will have conversations with students and lock in core courses based off of their recommendation for your student. Teachers will have course override forms available if your student wants to take a different course from what is being recommended.

Students will be able to input their course requests on Infinite Campus starting February 17 and closing March 3. Students and parents are able to view course requests on Infinite Campus.

Counselors will be in the library on Wednesday, February 22, and Wednesday, March 1, during late start (8:00AM- 9:00AM) and TAP (2:30PM-3:30PM) to help students input their courses and answers any questions.

Counselors will also be available for Parent Teacher Conferences on February 23 and February 28 from 4:00PM-7:30PM to answer any questions about student registration and course selection.

If a student wants to drop a recommended core course, they must see their school counselor.

Visit the Course Selection Information page for videos, forms, and presentations.


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3/10/2017
  

Congratulations to sophomores Zak Kaufman and Andy Carson who both won Gold Medals at the Tournament of Champions Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Denver, held on February 11. 

More than 1,000 competitors participated in this tournament, the largest in the Rocky Mountain region. 


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3/10/2017
  

​The Physical Education department has been working toward raising enough money to purchase new heart rate monitors.

​We are over one-half of the way toward our goal, but still need your help. Tokyo Joe’s is partnering with us to give back 25% of your total bill toward our fundraising.


If you would like to make a donation, go to  PE Have a Heart Campaign  Your donation will assist us in allowing our PE students to have a meaningful experience, individualized to them, which can make a difference in pursuing a lifetime of being active and well.

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3/12/2017
  

The Panther Gala is a special evening to celebrate and raise funds for Boulder High School sports teams. To purchase tickets online, go to Boulder High Panther Gala.

The Panther Gala is a special evening to celebrate and raise funds for Boulder High School sports teams. This year’s gala is Saturday, March 11, 2017, at the the Touchdown Club in CU's Dal Ward Athletic Center in Boulder. BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY! The event includes silent and live auctions, a roving dinner, and a premium cash bar, as well as the introduction of this year’s Leadership & Legacy Award recipient. Come meet and mingle with other parents of student athletes, coaches, and BHS administrators! 

To purchase tickets online, go to Boulder High Panther Gala (http://www.bhspantherclub.com/), or send a check to Boulder High School, c/o Panther Club. Individual tickets are now on sale for $60 per attendee. Join us for this fun-filled evening! 

Support Boulder High athletics with a donation to the silent/live auction. Donations of sports tickets, vacation rentals, gift cards, services or products, etc. are greatly appreciated and allow us to raise additional money for our student athletes. Last year, the Panther Club raised more than $75,000 for uniforms, equipment, and supplies.

Become a Panther Gala sponsor or advertiser, and have the opportunity to reach more than 350 event attendees and more than 2,000 families of student athletes. Various sponsorship levels are available, starting at $750. Remember, your donation is tax deductible.


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3/31/2017
  

Boulder High had 10 athletes participate in this year's National Signing Day. Click here to view the slideshow. Select Read More (below) for athlete names, sports, and colleges.

The celebration was held in the Auditorium on Wednesday, February 1, 2017. Student athletes included:Nathan Rock, Mens Swimming, Denver University; Lauren Moss, Womens Soccer, Florida Gulf Coast University; Luke Zacharias, Track and Field, Mississippi State University; Henry Ryan, Baseball, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; Emma Chow, Volleyball, Brown University; Sam Primozich, Cross Country/Track and Field, St. Olaf College; Boe Gold, Boys Lacrosse, Colorado College; Gage Hornung, Track and Field, Claremont McKenna College; Siri O'Donnell, Womens Soccer, Texas A&M Corpus Cristi; Robert ("Max") McLoughlin, Football, Puget Sound. Click here to view the slideshow from National Signing Day.

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4/9/2017
  

​​​​​​​Tickets are on sale for Boulder High's spring musical, Rent. Go to showti4u.com to purchase or link to the Theater Department website. 

Tickets online boulderhightheater.org​Adults $12 and students $8Tickets at the door if available.


Boulder High Theater is proud to present RENT, the 1996 rock musical that forever changed the landscape of American theater. Inspired by the opera La Boheme, RENT tells the story of an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams. Delivering an inspiring message of joy and hope in the face of fear, this timeless production reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters…love.

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4/12/2017
  

​The spring testing schedule for PARCC (grade 9), PSAT (grade 10), and SAT and CMAS (grade 11) has been announced. Click "Read more" for additional information.

Mar. 20, 21, 22: 9th Gr PARCC Testing 8:00-11:40 am; 12:20 pm late start for grades 10, 11, 12

Mar. 23: 9th Gr PARCC Testing 8:00-10:10 am; 10:15 am late start for grades 10, 11, 12

Apr. 4: 11th Gr CMAS Testing 8:00-11:30 am; 12:20 pm late start for grades 9, 10, 12

Apr. 11: 10th Gr PSAT 10; 11th Gr SAT; No school grades 9 and 12

Testing dates and links to daily schedules are available on the school calendar on the homepage.

For information on opting students out of testing, click here.

Visit Boulder Valley School District’s Frequently Asked Questions webpage for up-to-date information about state tests and options.


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4/21/2017
  

For information on senior tributes, seinor photos and quotes, senior parking, the senior BBQ, and the senior bulletin, go to Step 3 of the Check-in Page. Click "read more" below for information on ordering a senior shirt.

​Senior shirts for the class of 2017 can now be ordered from the school store. Cost is $10 ​ To order online: Go to boh.bvsd.org > Payments > Pay Student Fees > Back to School Check-in. Students needing scholarships should email jean.lange@bvsd.org.
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4/25/2017
  

​Check out Mr. Hill's Principal's Corner for more BHS information. Go to About >> Principal's Corner.

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4/28/2017
  
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4/29/2017
  

​​The amazing 2017 Boulder Fairview After Prom is just 10 weeks away—Saturday, April 29-30, 11:30pm - 4:00am—and we need your support.  

As you may know, the majority of our funding comes from parents and local businesses as well as the Boulder Police and Sheriff and our amazing Parent Organizations at each school. If you have not yet had a chance to donate, please go to our updated website, which includes some amazing photos of the event: bhsfhsafterprom.org

In addition, we are also raising funds with two fun dining out options that coincide with the school plays:

  • Eat at BJ's on Wednesday March 1, opening night of the Fairview Play, The Crucible.
  • Eat at California Pizza Kitchen on Wednesday, April 5, and Thursday, April 6, before and after the Boulder High School play, RENT the Musical.

Please bring the flyers that can be found on the After Prom website bhsfhs@afterprom.org and After Prom will get credit!
Start making your plans to attend After Prom now. It's open to all Boulder and Fairview juniors and seniors and their approved guests. Everyone is welcome regardless if you attend Prom. Come solo, with your friends, or with your date to the Party of the Century. This year's theme is Star Wars!


BJ's Flyer

California Pizza Kitchen Flyer


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5/6/2017
  

​Students, staff, family and friends are invited to see drawing, painting, pottery, photography and graphic design created by BHS students.  

​Students, staff, family and friends are invited to see drawing, painting, pottery, photography and graphic design created by BHS students.  The Art Show will be in the library: 

Thursday May 4th  12 – 6
Friday May 5th       12 – 8
                                  5 p.m. Art Awards                                                                             6 p.m. Celebration!

5 p.m. Friday, Arts Focus and National Arts Honor Society Awards



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5/11/2017
  
Monday, May 8, 2017
8:00am
Biology
Music Theory
12:00pm
Physics C: Mechanics
2:00pm
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
8:00am
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
12:00pm
French Language and Culture
Spanish Literature and Culture

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
8:00am
English Language and Composition
12:00pm
Italian Language and Culture
Macroeconomics

Thursday, May 11, 2017
8:00am
Comparative Government and Politics
World History
12:00pm
Statistics

Friday, May 12, 2017
8:00am
Human Geography
Microeconomics
12:00pm
European History
Latin
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5/12/2017
  

​BVSD will start charging for soccer games this year. Ticket prices for soccer, volleyball, football, and basketball will be

​BVSD will start charging for soccer games this year. Ticket prices for soccer, volleyball, football, and basketball will be

Adults: $6.00

Students K-12: $4.00

Seniors (62+): $4.00

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9/1/2017
  

​​Fall sports include football, boys soccer, boys golf, boys tennis, cross country, girls softball, poms/cheer, and girls volleyball. ​ Complete the online portion of the registration at https://boulderhighschool.revtrak.netFall sports registration opens on July 25. After completing registration online, receipts and physicals must be brought to Jenni in the main office during August 2–4, from 9:30 am-11:30 pm and 2:30–3:30 pm. Students must see Jenni before they can try out. Fall sports begin Monday, August 14. The exception is boys golf, which starts August 7. Click here for registration information. For more information, please contact Jenni Bernstein at jenni.bernstein@bvsd.org or 720-561-5747



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