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​Link to the Athletics/Activities website for announcements.


​Link to Calendar website to see what's happening at our school.


​Click here for instructions on creating a parent portal in Infinite Campus. Using this new tool, you will be able to fill out an online Free & Reduced-Price Meal Application – now known as Meal Benefits Application – and more. 

Download the mobile app! The Mobile App is available only for parents and students, not for employees. Download the app from the app store, then enter the name of the district Boulder Valley and select Colorado when ready to use the app for the first time. 


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.


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.


The wonderful Boulder High Scholarship Volunteers are available to assist students and their families with questions about scholarships, financial aid, and merit aid for college. Drop-in office hours (BHS Counseling Office) are  Wednesdays, 1:00-3:15 pm. Email is


​Need support? Click here for contact information.


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


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


​Link to the Counseling homepage to see counseling announcements, request a transcript, and more.



Portal Opens Monday, August 12, at 4 pm

Students can access their schedule through the BVSD Single Sign On portal at Student schedules will be available starting Monday, August 12, at 4 pm.

  1. Go to
  2. Enter your BVSD username and password.
  3. Select the Infinite Campus icon.
  4. From the menu on the left, choose Schedule.

Note: Parents can view schedules by logging in to the Campus Parent Portal and selecting Schedule from the menu on the left. You can also access the portal by going to > Parents > Apps. For information on navigating the updated Campus Parent Portal, click here


​Please plan to attend Check-in for rising 9th grade on Tuesday, May 21, from 3:30-6:30 pm. On that day, students will have their picture taken . . . read more


​Talk to colleges and universities about their STEM degree programs. Hosted by Colorado School of Mines, Lockridge Arena, Saturday, June 8, 1-4 pm. Link to for complete info.

​Beginning with the Class of 2021, in order for BVSD students to graduate high school and receive a high school diploma, they must meet both BVSD’s credit requirements and demonstrate their competence in English and Mathematics, as required by Colorado’s new graduation guidelines.
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​Attention juniors: senior year will be here before you know it and you will be busy with college planning, class work, and extra curricular activities.  Get a start on preparations for the college application process now.  We will discuss what you can do now and over the summer to get a jump start on narrowing your college search, preparing for the application process, as well as how to present your best self in the application.  Patty Lydic has over 20 years as a college admissions professional and will share strategies and tips on organizing college applications.  Meet in the Boulder High Library on May 2, 2019 at 2:10 during TAP.  Presentation will last about 45 minutes.  Feel free to email with questions.  

Please note that Patty will be volunteering in the counseling office on Thursdays this fall to assist students with the application process.  (We are also interested in finding other parent volunteers to help, so please contact us if you are interested!).  
After Prom 2019 is only a week away!

HELP!!! We need to raise $10,000 more to cover event expenses including food, music, activities, prizes, and decor. Please support this critical initiative by donating $40 per family.

We also need 200+ volunteers to help with pre-event set up, event support, and post event clean-up. Please volunteer here.

Doors open Saturday, April 27 at 11:30 pm and students are encouraged to stay at the East Boulder Community Center until 4:00 am Sunday, April 28.

Wait...What’s After Prom?

After Prom 2019, a community-sponsored, adult-supervised and fun-filled evening following the Boulder and Fairview High Proms. will be held for Juniors and Seniors (and their approved guests) on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 11:30 pm until Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 4:00 am at the East Boulder Community Center, 5660 Sioux Drive, Boulder, CO 80303.

After Prom was developed by concerned parents and administrators after a series of tragic alcohol/drug-related accidents claimed the lives of 11 Denver/Boulder teens in 1995. After Prom is a drug and alcohol-free alternative to unsupervised parties.

Tickets will be available on our website starting April 1 for $8. Tickets at the door will be $10 (cash only). Tickets for students in need will be free.

To learn more, donate, and volunteer, check out If you have additional questions, feel free to contact us at

Thank You for your support!

Susie Wyman Heather Bush
Chair, FHS-BHS After Prom           V. Chair, FHS-BHS After Prom
Each day in our cafeteria, a lot of food is thrown out in the garbage after lunch.  This waste impacts our environment in many different ways, and wastes valuable resources. 

How much food is wasted each day?  We’ll find out over 6 different lunch period this spring!

After eating lunch, the School Food Project staff and Boulder High students will be sorting trash and weighing it to find out on the following days: 

Friday, March 8
Wednesday, Mar 13
Wednesday, March 20
Monday, April 8
Friday, April 19
Friday, April 26 

We will record​ data from these student food waste audits. We will then use that data to contribute to new initiatives to reduce food waste at our school.  This project is supported through a grant from the World Wildlife Fund. 

For more information or to get involved, please contact:

Julie Thompson 
Science Teacher, Boulder High School
Todos los días después del almuerzo, en nuestra cafetería se tira mucha comida a la basura.  Este desperdicio afecta de diversas maneras a nuestro medio ambiente, además de que dilapidan recursos valiosos.

¿Cuánta comida se desperdicia cada día?  ¡Esta primavera lo descubriremos en 6 sesiones a la hora del almuerzo! 

Después de almorzar, el personal del School Food Project After (Proyecto alimentario escolar) y estudiantes de Boulder High separarán la basura y la pesarán para descubrir la cantidad que se desperdicia los siguientes días:

Viernes 8 de marzo
Miércoles 13 de marzo
Miércoles 20 de marzo
Lunes 8 de abril
Viernes 19 de abril
Viernes 26 de abril

Registraremos la información obtenida en estas auditorías sobre desperdicio de alimentos realizadas por los estudiantes. Luego utilizaremos esta información para contribuir a nuevas iniciativas encaminadas a reducir el desperdicio de alimentos en nuestra escuela.  El Fondo Mundial para la Naturaleza apoya este proyecto con una subvención.

Para obtener más información sobre el proyecto o participar en éste, sírvase comunicarse con:

Julie Thompson
Profesora de ciencias, Boulder High School

​Boulder High Presents:
Raising A Resilient Student In Today's World
Criando un estudiante resistente en el mundo de hoy

Wednesday April 17th, 6:30-8:30pm
1604 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80302

Middle School and High School Parents and Students are invited to attend this panel of experts.

Topics Include

  • Depression, Stress, Anxiety
  • Brain Health
  • Peer Pressure and Kindness
  • Mindfulness
  • Exercise and Nutrition

Click on " more" below for more information
Haga clic en "... read more" para obtener más información

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​Spring SAT, PSAT 10, and PSAT 9 testing will take place on April 9 and 10, 2019, for 9th, 10th, and 11th grades. CMAS testing for juniors will be on April 3, 8:00-11:00 am. Link to the Spring 2019 CMAS, SAT, and PSAT Testing Schedule.

​Information for students and parents in 11th grade only: On April 9, 2019, all 11th grade students will take the SAT. The result of this test is a college reportable score. The April 9 SAT is the state assessment and all juniors are pre-registered. There is no cost for this test. When taking the Colorado school day SAT on April 9, 11th grade students have the choice of taking the SAT with or without the optional essay. Adding the free essay to their SAT registration is a student's choice. The default registration for all students is the SAT without essay. Individual students who wish to take the optional free essay must register for it in advance, on the student's College Board account. Click here for more information and essay registration instructions.

Students may practice for free, online, for the SAT here: Parent information regarding the free practice online is available here: CMAS Science Assessments will be administered to 11th graders on Wednesday, April 3, 8:00-11:00 am. Link to the Bell Schedules for April Testing.

Information for families of 9th and 10th graders: On April 10, 9th and 10th graders will take the PSAT 9 and PSAT 10. These are not college reportable scores and there is not an essay option with these assessments. For more information visit the Boulder High Test Information page or go to

Link to the Spring 2019 CMAS, SAT, and PSAT Testing Schedule.


On April 9, 2019, all 11th grade students will take the SAT. The result of this test is a college reportable score. When taking the Colorado school day SAT on April 9, 11th grade students have the choice of taking the SAT with or without the optional essay.

​Information for students and parents in 11th grade only: On April 9, 2019, all 11th grade students will take the SAT. The result of this test is a college reportable score.

The April 9 SAT is the state assessment and all juniors are pre-registered. There is no cost for this test.

When taking the Colorado school day SAT on April 9, 11th grade students have the choice of taking the SAT with or without the optional essay. Adding the free essay to their SAT registration is a student's choice. The default registration for all students is the SAT without essay. Individual students who wish to take the optional free essay must register for it in advance, on the student's College Board account. The essay registration window is open now until Feb. 12, 2019. This will be the ONLY opportunity for students who wish to take the optional essay to add it to their April 9 school day test registration. Students may add the essay to their registration through their online College Board account at or by calling the College Board. Information about the optional essay can be seen here: 

Registering for the Essay
See information for registering for the optional free essay portion of the SAT, click here:


If you have any problems or do not have a College Board account, call the SAT Student Help Line: 1-866-756-7346.

Want a great score?? Learn more about Free SAT Practice tools here:

The Spanish Placement Exam is a diagnostic test to properly place incoming freshmen and transfer students for levels 3 and above. Please sign up on the following link as to the date and location of the placement exam. All exams start at 4 pm. This test is ONLY for incoming freshmen and transfer students.

Spanish Placement Exam Sign-Up


Thurs., March 21, 5:30 pm, BHS Library
Come join us and learn about college financial aid, scholarships, and financing your college education.

​Come join us and learn about college financial aid, scholarships, and financing your college education. We'll talk about the different types of need-based and merit-based aid, how to determine the real cost of college, and how you can use this information to help you create your college list. Sophomores and freshmen are welcome, too! It's never too early to think about the cost of college.


Thurs., March 21, 3:30-6:30 pm, CU Events Center
Click here for more information.

​​​​​AP Test Registration is now open. Link to the Advanced Placement page and select "Online Registration," or under "Academics" select "Student Programs" > "Advanced Placement" > "Online Registration," and follow the directions. Deadline is Feb. 28.

We are in the process of AP exam registration. Regular registration starts, Monday, February 4, and goes through Thursday, February 28, 2019. The fee is $94.00 per exam.

Late registration starts on Friday, March 1, and ends on Friday, March 8. The fee is $94.00 per exam PLUS a $55.00 late fee per exam for a total of $149.00 per exam.

There are three important steps:
  1. Payment: This is online (AP exam fees were included in IC along with the student's class fees). To make a payment, go to and at the top tab under “Payments,” select “Pay Student Fees,” then Class Fees and Fines. When payment is complete, PRINT A RECEIPT. If a student's IC fee tab does not have an AP exam fee, payment can be made in the Counseling Office with cash or check (made out to Boulder High School).
  2. Register: Students go to the BHS website. Under "Academics" choose "Student Programs," then "Advanced Placement." Click on "Online Registration" and follow the directions. PRINT A COPY!
  3. Take the payment receipt AND the printed registration form to Theresa van Zante in the Counseling Office and she will finish the registration process.
Students are not registered for the AP exams until they bring the required information to Theresa van Zante. If you have any questions, please contact Marianne Chavez at:
​According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, sports injuries are rarely fatal, but the majority of fatalities due to sports injury are the result of traumatic brain injury. Winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, ice hockey, snowmobiling, and even sledding can be high risk.

Según la Asociación Americana de Neurocirujanos, las lesiones deportivas casi nunca son fatales, pero la mayoría de las lesiones deportivas que resultan en una muerte son lesiones cerebrales traumáticas. Los deportes invernales como el esquí, el snowboarding, el hockey sobre hielo, andar en moto de nieve y hasta andar en trineo pueden ser de alto riesgo. Sin embargo, las lesiones graves de la cabeza que ocurren durante las actividades deportivas invernales a menudo son prevenibles.

An Evening for Parents and Students.
Tuesday, February 19
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the BHS Library.

Boulder County Public Health Department and BVSD Health Services will make a presentation, followed by a panel discussion with school staff, local law enforcement, and health providers. Survey results show the national average for current use of e-cigarettes among high schoolers is 13.2 percent. The Colorado average is 26.2 percent, while the Boulder Valley average is 33 percent.

Questions please call: Eileen Chacon Haban at 720-561-2130.


​​​​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, meet Boulder High coaches, and get information on our clubs. We look forward to meeting each of you!


Families with last names beginning with A-M: 7:00-8:00 pm presentation in auditorium followed by advising/browsing

Families with last names beginning with ​ N-Z6:00-7:00 pm presentation in auditorium followed by advising/browsing

6:00-8:30 pm: Visit with academic departments in the gym for advising/browsing, and stop by the cafeteria for athletics and clubs information.


All events will take place at Boulder High: The main presentation will be in the Auditorium; the academic departments will be in The Pit (gym); and athletics and clubs will be in the Cafeteria.

For detailed information on course selection, click here.


Boulder High counselors will present College Planning Night for juniors and their parents on Thursday, January 17, at 6 pm in the Auditorium. Topics covered in this presentation include: how to use Naviance, ACT/SAT, planning timelines, college entrance requirements, and more. ​This presentation is designed for juniors, but any grade level can attend!

This presentation is designed for juniors, but any grade level can attend! If you can not attend, this presentation will be posted on our counseling website. 


​484 students participated in Boulder High's unofficial election on election day!

Boulder High Votes! Results...


​​Come experience Boulder High's one and only academic trivia club. 

​Come experience Boulder High's one and only academic trivia club. All highschoolers are welcome to come to our Tuesday and Thursday practices after school from 3:30 to 4:30 in room 3384 of the world language wing. Head on down to room 3384 for snacks, memes, and an immersive trivia experience!

Boulder High's Knowledge Bowl program has grown quite strong in recent years and was able to place 7th out of 141 in the Colorado State Championship tournament. Join our club and get a piece of the action!

Email Jonathan Wright at for more details.
Photo retakes will be Wednesday, Oct. 17, 8am-1pm. Attend during an off period or lunch. Picture Retake Day is only for students who have ordered photos but want to have their picture retaken. Student IDs will not be printed at photo retake day.

If you ordered portraits from Lifetouch and want to retake your picture, you must return the photos you ordered in order to have your new photo taken. (Portrait packets will be distributed before October 14.)

To order photos taken at Check-in, call 1-866-955-8342, or go to and use the following picture ID:

  • Picture Day ID is CG078148Y0
Or click here to download the Lifetouch portrait order form

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

Link to the Parent-Teacher Conferences page for more information.

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

Monday, Oct. 8, last names A–L
Wednesday, Oct. 10, last names M–Z

Conferences are from 4:00-8:30 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.

Teachers will be taking a 30-minute break during each conference night. The guideline is as follows:

5:00-5:30   Barbato - Craviotto
5:30-6:00   Davidson - A. Jensen
6:00-6:30   M. Jensen - Peszek
6:30-7:00   Polson - Zisman

​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.


​The Financial Aid Night will be held on Thursday, September 20, from 6-8 p.m. at Boulder High School.

​This presentation is most relevant for families of seniors, but all are welcome to attend. A presentation in Spanish will be held in the library. You can now apply as early as October 1st! After this presentation, you will walk away with the tools to feel confident in the financial aid process.


​Save the date! Back to School Night is an evening for parents to attend their student's classes. View the schedule.


​Please join us for the 4As Rally September 6 during Freshman Seminar. See you there!

​This year the Boulder High School Panther Pride Program is hosting a unique event for any and all Boulder High freshmen. We are having a rally on Thursday, September 6, starting at 2:10 pm (during Freshman Seminar) for all athletics, activities, academics, and arts (the 4As!). The goal of this event is to give freshmen information about all the opportunities at Boulder High. 


​Boulder High will have a new bell schedule for 2018-19. Click "Read More" for additional information from Principal Hill. Spanish Version

Dear Boulder High Community,

As students plan their courses for next year, I wanted to share again some changes to the bell schedule for the 2018–19 school year that I discussed in last month’s “Principal’s Corner.” I have also outlined what changes to expect with the new bell schedule, as well as highlighted some areas that will remain the same as the current schedule. We are optimistic that these adjustments to the bell schedule will address some of the limitations we experience and the feedback we received with our current seven-period model. It is important to remember that the start and end times of the school day will not change next year. Boulder High will still operate from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. View the 2018-19 Bell Schedule.

Schedule Changes for 2018-19 School Year
1. We will be running an eight-period day Monday, Tuesday, and Friday.
2. Block Schedule classes will be 80 minutes on Wednesday (periods 2, 4, 6, 8) and Thursday (1, 3, 5, 7).
3. Monday, Tuesday, and Friday class periods will be 52 minutes long.
4. TAP period will now be known as Advisory.
5. Freshman Seminar will be held on Thursday before Advisory.
6. Students will have lunch either 4th or 5th period.

Areas on the Schedule That Remain the Same
1. Late start will still be on Wednesday morning.
2. Block days will remain on Wednesday and Thursday.
3. For full-time status, students must still be enrolled in at least five classes.
4. Students can only take a maximum of seven classes per semester (no exceptions).
5. Two lunch periods will still be provided.

Goals Around the New Bell Schedule for Next School Year (2018-19)

1. Reduced anxiety in our educational environment: Offer more options in our master schedule for the diverse needs of our student population.

2. More access to teacher time: Provide students with more opportunities to meet with teachers outside of class time, thereby creating more guided student advisory.

3. Greater utilization of classroom space: Use the physical landscape of the building more effectively. 

4. More student access to the testing center during school hours: Accommodate students with excused absences by allowing them to make up work or tests during school hours.

With this new schedule, we are not just changing the construct of the day, but also expanding the opportunities available to students. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me or any administrator.

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!


​The orientation for new students in grades 10 thru 12 will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 15, from 1:00-2:30 pm in the Library.


Check-in for the 2018-19 school year will be held August 13 and 14. First day for freshmen is August 15 (9:00 am start); first day for all students is August 16 (8:00 am start; all periods). 

2018-19 Check-in Session Times

Seniors:             Monday, August 13, 8:00–11:00 am

Juniors:             Tuesday, August 14, 12:30–3:30 pm

Sophomores:    Tuesay, August 14, 8:00–11:00 am

Freshmen:         Monday, August 13, 12:30–3:30 pm

Link to Check-in page for complete information.


​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

Homepage, Academics

​In 1987, Boulder High School created the Mary Taylor Award to recognize excellence in classroom teaching at BHS. Anyone can nominate a BHS teacher. Your nomination should be in the form of a short and thoughtful supporting letter that must be signed.

​In 1987, Boulder High School created the Mary Taylor Award to recognize excellence in classroom teaching at BHS. Anyone can nominate a BHS teacher. Your nomination should be in the form of a short and thoughtful supporting letter that must be signed. Some factors to consider in making the evaluation are:

  • Knowledge and enthusiasm in subject area
  • Creativity
  • Concern for students and colleagues
  • Sense of commitment
  • Integrity
  • Keeping up to date with new methodologies and techniques
  • Length of service (8 year minimum)
  • Ability to inspire students

Persons who have received a Mary Taylor Award are ineligible for nomination, but all other BHS faculty may be nominated, including person previously nominated who did not receive the award. Past recipients still at BHS include: Tom Horst (2006), Ben Boyer (2008), David Ramsey (2009), Cheryl Speckl (2010), Howard Tuttle (2011).  Michael Fuchs (2013), Richard Trinkner (2014), Dan Snook (2015) Leni Arapkiles (2016), Jean Lange (2017).

Your nomination letters should:
  • Give some background about how well you know the teacher (courses taken with him/her, length of acquaintance, etc.).
  • Cite specific examples of this teacher’s excellence in classroom teaching, particularly examples that demonstrate the criteria mentioned above.
  • Indicate if you are a student, parent, staff member, or community member.

We thank you for your comments and ask that you send a letter (neatly written or typed and signed) to the front desk (Juletta Frank) at Boulder High School by Friday, April 27, 2018.

Copies of the below documents are also at the front desk.  


Juniors are automatically registered for the April 10 SAT WITHOUT Essay. If you would like to take the SAT exam WITH Essay, please follow the instructions on this SAT Flyer to register by February 14, 2018

​The 2018 State of Colorado SAT is April 10, 2018, at Boulder High School.  

Juniors are automatically registered for the April 10 SAT WITHOUT Essay. If you would like to take the SAT exam WITH Essay, please follow the instructions on this SAT Flyer to register by February 14, 2018.  

If you have any questions, please contact your Counselor, Marianne Chavez (Assessment Coordinator), or Scott Cawlfield (Assistant Principal).  

Juniors can also contact the College Board to ask specific questions or to retrieve Username and/or Password. Link to the SAT Flyer for more information.


​It's not too late to order a yearbook. Click here to link to the order page or go to About > Purchase Yearbook.


Ticket presales will be January 22-24 (Mon.-Weds.) during A & B lunches, in the Main Office with Jenni Bernstein. Click here for more information on CU's Clear Bag Policy and information on prohibited and permitted items.

​The Boulder High versus Fairview varsity basketball games are Thursday, January 25, at Coors Event Center.

  • Girls Varsity Basketball at 5:30 PM

  • Boys Varsity Basketball at 7:00 PM

Ticket presales will be January 22-24 (Mon.-Weds.) during A & B lunches, in the Main Office with Jenni Bernstein. CHSAA and BVSD IDs will work to get in for free, but student activity passes will NOT work because this is a Fairview home game this year.

Ticket prices:

  • $4 Student and Senior 65 and older

  • $6 Adults

Backpacks, purses, and liquids are not allowed in the Coors Event Center. Click here for more information on CU's Clear Bag Policy and information on prohibited and permitted items.

Parking for Boulder High will be available in the Garage and Lot 436N. Handicap parking will be in Lot 440W.

Go Panthers!


Let us introduce you to our school! Boulder High's Showcase/Open House event will be held Wednesday, November 29, from 6:00 to 8:30 pm, in the BHS Auditorium. For complete information on Showcase, tours, and other enrollment events, go to Open Enrollment Activities

Boulder High School Showcase

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!

Wednesday, November 29, 6:00-8:30 pm, BHS Auditorium

Parent School Tours

Tours take about an hour and start in the main lobby. If you have questions, contact Laurie Goodman at or 720-561-5713.

November 2, 7, & 9: 8:30 am & 1:30 pm

November 14 & 16: 1:30 pm

November 28 & 30: 8:30 am & 1:30 pm

December 5 & 7: 1:30 pm

December 12 & 14: 8:30 am & 1:30 pm

Coffee with the Principal

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

November 9 & 30: 8:30-9:30 am

December 11 & 14: 8:30-9:30 am

Catch the Panther Spirit Program

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 13-16: 8:30-10:30 am & 12:30-2:30 pm

December 4-8: 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.


​Don't miss Boulder High's Legendary Haunted House! Open 7-10 pm on Friday and Saturday, Oct 20 and 21, 27 and 28, and Halloween night.  Price is $7 students, $12 adults. Tix at the door. Link to Boulder High Theater for more info.


​Boulder High School is proud to partner with Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing to provide admissions tests for prospective students. Link to the BHS Cambridge Flyer for more information.

​To participate, students must complete the registration form for the specific assessment and submit it to Scott Cawlfield in the Boulder High Main Office for processing. Note that exam fees and the testing site fee must be included with the completed registration form. The testing site fee is $250. Once received, the completed registration form will then be forwarded to Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing for approval. After Cambridge approves the application, Boulder High School will receive and administer the exam(s). Link to the BHS Cambridge Flyer for more information.

For information regarding Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing, please visit


​​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.


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)


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 > Payments > Pay Student Fees > Back to School Check-in. Students needing scholarships should email

​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: