Welcome to Boulder High School
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:
- Link to Spring 2023 Testing Information for April 12, 13, and 14: PSAT 9, PSAT 10, SAT, and CMAS.
- 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.
- No School for Spring Break March 27-31
- 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.
GoFan: Purchase Your Digital Tickets Now for Games, Dances, & School Events! Link to QR Code
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!
School & Counseling News
Attend an upcoming community engagement session in April 2023, offered in both Spanish and English. All Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) families are welcome to a presentation and conversation with district leadership.
BVSD is hosting two (one English/one Spanish) events for parents and guardians to engage with Superintendent Rob Anderson, other district leaders and members of the BVSD Board of Education.
The recent, frightening false reports of active shooters at schools across Colorado, including here in Boulder Valley, once again tested the systems school districts use to protect students and staff and to communicate threats with school communities. With this in mind, it is a good opportunity to review: How BVSD responds to emergencies, what families should do during an emergency, types of communication you can expect during a crisis, and who gets emergency messages.