Welcome to Boulder High School. We are part of an exceptional learning community focused on providing an outstanding educational experience. Boulder High has a rich history of excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts. Founded in 1875 as the first public high school in Colorado as part of the Preparatory School for the University of Colorado (CU), our school has continued to evolve to provide a rigorous education in a creative and caring learning environment. Our motto, "A Place for Everyone," resonates deep within our community as we continue to foster a learning environment that is based on high expectations while ensuring that we meet the needs of ALL students.
Learn More About the School:
- Future panthers and parents! Join us on Wednesday, February 8, 6:00 pm, for our 8th Grade Transition Night. You can also link to additional Rising 9th Course Selection Information.
- No School for students on February 6th
- View the Boulder High School Bell Schedule.
- Paperless Online Spring Athletic Registration is Now Open! Click here to register for a Spring sport. Click here to pay the $185 registration fee.
- Want to learn more about After Prom 2023? Click here for more info.
- Juniors & Seniors! Link to our College Rep Visit Calendar for Boulder High! More than 150 colleges/universities are visiting us this year!
Class of 2023 Senior Bulletin. Seniors! Mark your calendars now with these important dates.
Read our weekly school newsletter The Panther Post! The Panther Post is published every Monday providing the latest information about Boulder HS. All past version of the newsletters can be found via the website menu: About > Panther Post
- Scroll down to see School, Counseling, and Athletics News!
The Board of Education is pleased to announce the dates of the community interest sessions for those interested in running for the school board. We will be hosting three sessions this month and all events will be held at the BVSD Education Center, 6500 Arapahoe in Boulder.
One morning this past fall, Boulder TEC students gathered for a not-so-typical lesson in plumbing. Instead of happening in the Construction Trades classroom at Boulder TEC, the lesson took place at Boulder High’s Recht Field and was led by BVSD’s lead plumber Ted Burke. The experience was part of an innovative program that took advantage of BVSD’s in-house construction trades expertise and a district-wide inventory of facilities to provide authentic, work-based learning experiences for TEC students.