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New Students Grades 10-12: Important Information from Your Counselors

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Attention Students New to Boulder High: Grades 10–12

The Boulder High Counseling staff would like to welcome students and families who will be starting with us in August for the 2022–23 school year. Starting a new school can be exciting as well as challenging, and we’ll do our best to keep you informed on important events, information, and key dates. Below is some general information from the Counseling Office about starting the 2022–23 school year. Please be sure to check the Boulder High website at boh.bvsd.org in early August for updates on specific Boulder High events and timelines.

Course Selection & Class Schedules for 2022–23

Class schedules will be available in Infinite Campus (IC) mid-August (usually a couple of days before school starts). Students who are new to the district will be able to access their IC account starting August 1 (Instructions). If you need assistance with your student IC account, contact the IT Help Desk (720-561-4357) on or after August 10. Parents can contact theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org for help with the IC parent portal after August 1. 

Boulder High Check-in: August 8 & 9, 8:30 am–4:30 pm

Our annual Boulder High Check-in is scheduled for August 8 and 9. At Check-in, students will have their picture taken for their ID and yearbook, and can preorder a yearbook. 

Summer Assignments for Advanced & AP Classes

Summer assignments for advanced and Advanced Placement (AP) classes are posted on our website.

New Student Orientation Is Wednesday, August 17, 1:00–2:30 pm

Mark your calendar! Our New Student Orientation is Wednesday, August 17, 1:00–2:30 pm. During orientation, you’ll tour the campus, get help logging in to IC, and meet other students. This orientation is specifically for students in grades 10, 11, and 12 who are new to Boulder High. The first day of school is Thursday, August 18, 8:35 am–3:55 pm.

 BVSD School Bus Transportation

Please visit the BVSD Transportation website to see if you are eligible for busing. For any questions, please contact BVSD Transportation at transportation@bvsd.org or 720-561-5120.

The Panther Post

The Panther Post is Boulder High’s go-to place for information, announcements, and happenings at Boulder High. We email this newsletter to our students and families every Monday afternoon.

Update from Athletics Department Director Ryan Bishop

Welcome to Boulder High! Now is your time to make memories and do something special. We are excited to have you become a part of our athletic community along with our current solid student-athletes at BHS. Being a Panther Athlete is special and cannot be taken lightly, as hard work and drive will be needed to get the most out of your experience. You only get one chance at the high school experience—make the most of it. You will never regret being a part of a team, so take a chance and have an experience.  

  1. BHS Mountain Bike Team: If you are interested in joining the BHS Mountain Bike Team (BoulderHighMTB.org), please email boulderhighmtb@gmail.com ASAP. 

  2. BHS Summer Strength & Agility Program: Any potential student-athletes who wish to participate in the summer Strength and Agility Program that the athletic program puts on should immediately contact Coach Aaron Montoya aaron.montoya@bvsd.org. This program starts May 31 and will run until the end of July. For specific information, please visit https://boh.bvsd.org/athletics/sports-conditioning.

  3. Communicate with Your Head Coach: Many of our programs have started their off-season training. It is important that you reach out to your program's coach (listed below) as soon as possible to introduce yourself and ask for upcoming events. They will keep you informed of any future potential meetings and workouts. 

Spirit Squads

Fall Sports

Winter Sports

Spring Sports

Please continue to look for communication from coaches or reach out to ryan.bishop@bvsd.org for upcoming camps and events. In addition, please visit our BHS Athletics Website. It contains tons of information about our programs. To view our extensive list of clubs, go to the BHS Clubs & Activities Website. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. —Ryan Bishop, Athletic Director, ryan.bishop@bvsd.org 


Atención nuevos estudiantes: 10°–12° Grado

El personal de consejería de Boulder High desea dar la bienvenida a los estudiantes y familias que comenzarán con nosotros en agosto para el año escolar 2022–23. Comenzar una nueva escuela puede ser emocionante y desafiante, y haremos todo lo posible para mantenerlos informados sobre eventos importantes, información y fechas clave.A continuación, figura información general acerca del comienzo del año escolar 2022-23,de la consejería  Counseling Office. Asegúrense de revisar nuestro sitio Web boh.bvsd.org a principios de agosto, a fin de conocer las actualizaciones sobre actividades específicas a realizarse en Boulder High, así como los horarios de éstas. 

Selección de cursos y horarios de clase para 2022-23

Los horarios de clase estarán disponibles a mediados de agosto en Infinite Campus (IC) (generalmente unos días antes del comienzo de clases). Los estudiantes que son nuevos en el distrito podrán acceder a su cuenta IC a partir del 1 de agosto (Instructions). Si necesita ayuda con su cuenta IC de estudiante el o después  del 10 de agosto, llame al IT Help Desk (720-561-4357). Los padres pueden enviar un correo electrónico a theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org el o después  del 10 de agosto para obtener ayuda con el portal para padres de IC.   

Inscripción de estudiantes: 8 & 9 de agosto de 8:30 am a las 4:00 pm

El día anual de inscripción de estudiantes está programado para el 8 y 9 de agosto. Durante el registro, a los estudiantes se les tomará la fotografía para su credencial de identificación y el anuario; además, podrán ordenar un anuario. Más información... 

Asignación de lecturas para el verano

Summer reading assignments (asignación de lecturas para el verano) para estudiantes avanzados y Advanced Placement (AP) se publican en nuestro sitio Web.

La orientación para estudiantes nuevos es el miércoles 17 de agosto de 1:00–2:30 pm

¡Anote en su  calendario! Orientación para nuevos estudiantes es el miércoles 17 de agosto 1:00–2:30 pm. Durante la orientación, visitará el campus, obtendrá ayuda para iniciar sesión en IC y conocerá a otros estudiantes. Esta orientación es específicamente para estudiantes en los grados 10, 11 y 12 que son nuevos en Boulder High. El primer día de clases es el jueves 18 de agosto de 8:35 am a 3:55 pm.

El “Panther Post”

El Panther Post es nuestra publicación semanal,es un lugar  para obtener información, anuncios y eventos en Boulder High. Enviamos esta nota informativa a nuestros estudiantes y familias todos los lunes por la tarde. 

Información puesta al día por Ryan Bishop, Director de Deportes de BHS

¡Sean bienvenidos la Boulder High School! Es el momento de formar recuerdos y de hacer algo especial. Nos emociona que formen parte de nuestra comunidad deportiva junto con nuestro actual grupo de sólidos estudiantes deportistas de BHS. Ser un deportista Panther es especial y no puede tomarse a la ligera, puesto que será necesario esforzarse mucho y contar con un fuerte impulso para sacar el máximo provecho de su experiencia. Sólo tendrán una oportunidad de vivir la experiencia del bachillerato. Aprovéchenla al máximo. Nunca se arrepentirán de ser parte de un equipo, de modo que arriésguese y vivan esta experiencia.

  1. EL equipo de bicicleta de montaña de BHS. Si están interesados en formar parte del equipo de bicicleta de montaña BoulderHighMTB.org), envíen un correo electrónico a boulderhighmtb@gmail.com.

  2. El programa deportivo de fuerza y agilidad de BHS de verano. Cualquier estudiante-atleta potencial que desee participar en el Programa de Fuerza y  Agilidad de verano que ofrece el programa de deportes. Sírvanse enviar un correo electrónico de inmediato a: Coach Aaron Montoya aaron.montoya@bvsd.org. Este programa comienza el 31 de mayo y se extenderá hasta finales de julio. Para obtener información específica, visite https://boh.bvsd.org/athletics/sports-conditioning.

  3.  Comuníquense con el entrenador o entrenadora en jefe: Muchos de nuestros programas han comenzado sus programas fuera de  temporada. Es importante que se comunique con el entrenador de su programa (figura a continuación) tan pronto como sea posible para que se presenten con él o  ella y pregunten por los próximos eventos. Ellos lo mantendrán informado de futuras reuniones y posibles entrenamientos.

Spirit Squads (Porristas)

Deportes de otoño:

Deportes de invierno:

Deportes de primavera:

Estén pendientes de los comunicados de los entrenadores en jefe o comuniquense con  ryan.bishop@bvsd.org Además, visiten nuestro sitio Web, que contiene abundante información sobre nuestros programas. Para ver nuestra extensa lista de clubes, visite el BHS Clubs & Activities Website. Si tienen preguntas no duden en ponerse en contacto conmigo. — Ryan Bishop, Director de deportes, ryan.bishop@bvsd.org 

 

Attention Rising 9th Graders: What Comes Next . . .

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Attention Rising 9th Graders: What Comes Next . . .

Dear Students and Parents of the Class of 2026,

The Boulder High Counselors are excited to meet our incoming freshmen in August and welcome you to Boulder High School. Starting a new school can be exciting as well as challenging, and we’ll do our best to keep you informed on important events, information, and key dates. Below is some general information from the Counseling Office about starting the 2022–23 school year. Please be sure to check the Boulder High website at boh.bvsd.org in early August for updates on specific Boulder High events and timelines.

Course Selection & Class Schedules for 2022–23

Class schedules will be available in Infinite Campus (IC) mid-August (usually a couple of days before school starts). If you have a 504, your middle school will send the information to Boulder High over the summer. Students who are new to the district will be able to access their IC account starting August 1 (Instructions). If you need assistance with your student IC account, contact the IT Help Desk (720-561-4357) on or after August 10. Parents can contact theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org for help with the IC parent portal. 

Freshman Check-in: August 9, 1:00–4:30 pm

Our annual Boulder High Check-in Day for freshmen is scheduled for August 9. At Check-in, students will have their picture taken for their ID and yearbook, and can preorder a yearbook. 

Summer Reading Assignments

Summer reading assignments for Advanced 9th Grade English LA are posted on our website.

First Day of School for Freshmen Is Wednesday, August 17, 8:30 am

Mark your calendar! Freshman Orientation is Wednesday, August 17. Students will meet on the front lawn of Boulder High at 8:30 am for a special welcome from the staff, a tour of the campus, and various activities with their Panther Pride leaders. Orientation will end at 3:55 pm.

Panther Pride Welcome

Over the summer, freshmen will receive a welcome call from a current junior or senior Panther Pride leader. If you do not receive a call by early August, please contact Nathan Hobbs (nathan.hobbs@bvsd.org) or Ailey Ruger (ailey.ruger@bvsd.org).  

BVSD School Bus Transportation

Please visit the BVSD Transportation website to see if you are eligible for busing. For any questions, please contact BVSD Transportation at transportation@bvsd.org or 720-561-5120.

The Panther Post

The Panther Post is Boulder High’s go-to place for information, announcements, and happenings at Boulder High. We email this newsletter to our students and families every Monday afternoon.

ADU

Please make sure parents/guardians complete your primary household's Annual Data Update (ADU) over the summer. The district emailed families about this in late April. If you need help accessing your parent portal, please contact theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org.

Update from Athletics Department Director Ryan Bishop

Welcome Class of 2026! Now is your time to make memories and do something special. We are excited to have you become a part of our athletic community along with our current solid student-athletes at BHS. Being a Panther Athlete is special and cannot be taken lightly, as hard work and drive will be needed to get the most out of your experience. You only get one chance at the high school experience—make the most of it. You will never regret being a part of a team, so take a chance and have an experience.  

  1. BHS Mountain Bike Team: If you are interested in joining the BHS Mountain Bike Team (BoulderHighMTB.org), please email boulderhighmtb@gmail.com ASAP. 

  2. BHS Summer Strength & Agility Program: Any potential student-athletes who wish to participate in the summer Strength and Agility Program that the athletic program puts on should immediately contact Coach Aaron Montoya aaron.montoya@bvsd.org. This program starts May 31 and will run until the end of July. For specific information, please visit https://boh.bvsd.org/athletics/sports-conditioning.

  3. Communicate with Your Head Coach: Many of our programs have started their off-season training. It is important that you reach out to your program's coach (listed below) as soon as possible to introduce yourself and ask for upcoming events. They will keep you informed of any future potential meetings and workouts. 

Spirit Squads

Fall Sports

Winter Sports

Spring Sports

Please continue to look for communication from coaches or reach out to ryan.bishop@bvsd.org for upcoming camps and events. In addition, please visit our BHS Athletics Website. It contains tons of information about our programs. To view our extensive list of clubs, go to the BHS Clubs & Activities Website. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. —Ryan Bishop, Athletic Director, ryan.bishop@bvsd.org 


Atención a los estudiantes de noveno grado:que sigue. . .

Estimados estudiantes y padres de familia de la promoción 2026,

Los consejeros de Boulder High están emocionados de conocer a nuestros nuevos estudiantes de 9º grado en agosto y darles la bienvenida a Boulder High School. Comenzar una nueva escuela puede ser emocionante y desafiante, y haremos todo lo posible para mantenerlos informados sobre eventos importantes, información y fechas clave.A continuación, figura información general acerca del comienzo del año escolar 2022-23,de la consejería Counseling Office. Asegúrense de revisar nuestro sitio Web boh.bvsd.org a principios de agosto, a fin de conocer las actualizaciones sobre actividades específicas a realizarse en Boulder High, así como los horarios de éstas. 

Selección de cursos y horarios de clase para 2022-23

Los horarios de clase estarán disponibles a mediados de agosto en Infinite Campus (IC) (generalmente unos días antes del comienzo de clases). Si ustedes están incluidos en la fracción 504 (adaptaciones especiales), su escuela enviará la información a Boulder High durante el verano.  Los estudiantes que son nuevos en el distrito podrán acceder a su cuenta IC a partir del 1 de agosto (Instructions). Si necesita ayuda con su cuenta IC de estudiante el o después  del 10 de agosto, llame al IT Help Desk (720-561-4357). Los padres pueden enviar un correo electrónico a theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org  para obtener ayuda con el portal para padres de IC.   

Inscripción de estudiantes de 9º grado: 9 de agosto de 1:00 a las 4:30 pm

El día anual de inscripción de estudiantes de 9º grado está programado  para el 9 de agosto. Durante el registro, a los estudiantes se les tomará la fotografía para su credencial de identificación y el anuario; además, podrán ordenar un anuario. Más información... 

Asignación de lecturas para el verano

Summer reading assignments (asignación de lecturas para el verano) para estudiantes avanzados de artes del lenguaje en inglés, para 9º grado, se publican en nuestro sitio Web.

Primer dia de clases para estudiantes de 9º grado es el miércoles 17 de agosto, 8:30 am

¡Anote en su  calendario! Orientación para estudiantes de primer año es el miércoles 17 de agosto. Los estudiantes se reunirán en el jardín frente a la entrada principal  de Boulder High a las 8:30 am para que el personal les dé una bienvenida especial, un recorrido por el campus y varias actividades con sus líderes Panther Pride (Orgullo de las panteras). La orientación terminará a las 3:55 pm.

Bienvenida de Panther Pride

Durante el verano, los estudiantes de nuevo ingreso recibirán una llamada de bienvenida de nuestro actual líder de Panther Pride, ya sea de 11º o 12º grado. Si algún estudiante no recibe la llamada hacia principios de agosto, comuníquese con Nathan Hobbs (nathan.hobbs@bvsd.org) o  Ailey Ruger (ailey.ruger@bvsd.org). 

El “Panther Post”

El Panther Post es nuestra publicación semanal,es un lugar  para obtener información, anuncios y eventos en Boulder High. Enviamos esta nota informativa a nuestros estudiantes y familias todos los lunes por la tarde. 

ADU (Actualización anual de información)

Asegúrense padres de familia y/o tutores  de llenar su Annual Data Update (actualización anual de información) durante el verano. El distrito envió al final de abril un correo electrónico acerca de la ADU. Si necesita ayuda para acceder a su portal para padres, envie un correo electrónico a: theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org.

Información puesta al día por Ryan Bishop, Director de Deportes de BHS

¡Sean bienvenidos, integrantes de la Promoción 2026! Es el momento de formar recuerdos y de hacer algo especial. Nos emociona que formen parte de nuestra comunidad deportiva junto con nuestro actual grupo de sólidos estudiantes deportistas de BHS. Ser un deportista Panther es especial y no puede tomarse a la ligera, puesto que será necesario esforzarse mucho y contar con un fuerte impulso para sacar el máximo provecho de su experiencia. Sólo tendrán una oportunidad de vivir la experiencia del bachillerato. Aprovéchenla al máximo. Nunca se arrepentirán de ser parte de un equipo, de modo que arriésguese y vivan esta experiencia.

 

  1. EL equipo de bicicleta de montaña de BHS. Si están interesados en formar parte del equipo de bicicleta de montaña BoulderHighMTB.org), envíen un correo electrónico a boulderhighmtb@gmail.com.
  2.  El programa deportivo de fuerza y agilidad de BHS de verano. Cualquier estudiante-atleta potencial que desee participar en el Programa de Fuerza y Agilidad de verano que ofrece el programa de deportes. Sírvanse enviar un correo electrónico de inmediato a: Coach Aaron Montoya aaron.montoya@bvsd.org. Este programa comienza el 31 de mayo y se extenderá hasta finales de julio. Para obtener información específica, visite https://boh.bvsd.org/athletics/sports-conditioning.
  3. Comuníquense con el entrenador o entrenadora en jefe: Muchos de nuestros programas han comenzado sus programas fuera de  temporada. Es importante que se comunique con el entrenador de su programa (figura a continuación) tan pronto como sea posible para que se presenten con él o  ella y pregunten por los próximos eventos. Ellos lo mantendrán informado de futuras reuniones y posibles entrenamientos.

Spirit Squads (Porristas)

Deportes de otoño:

Deportes de invierno:

Deportes de primavera:

Estén pendientes de los comunicados de los entrenadores en jefe o comuniquense con  ryan.bishop@bvsd.org Además, visiten nuestro sitio Web, que contiene abundante información sobre nuestros programas. Para ver nuestra extensa lista de clubes, visite el BHS Clubs & Activities Website. Si tienen preguntas no duden en ponerse en contacto conmigo. — Ryan Bishop, Director de deportes, ryan.bishop@bvsd.org 

Seniors! Please Complete Your Senior Survey/Final Transcript Request in Naviance (Required!)

Seniors! You must complete your BVSD Senior Survey by Wednesday, May 18, in order to pick up your cap and gown. Note: Your final transcript request is now included in this survey (Question #2)! 

Where Do I Find the Survey?

Log in to Naviance using your Single Sign On (SSO). Find the Senior Survey at the bottom of your Naviance homepage under “Important To-Dos and Tasks.” You will not be able to pick up your cap and gown until this (very short, we promise!) survey is complete. Be sure to request your final transcript in Question #2.

Important Information About Final Transcript Requests

 

Question #2 in the survey asks where you want your final transcript sent. Just select the box next to the college you will be attending (see image below) to request your final transcript. Also, for each college listed, update your submission status (attending, waitlisted, etc.).

As long as you submit your final transcript request as part of your Senior Survey, you do not need to make a separate request. Know that your college registration and financial aid can be blocked if you fail to send your college a final high school transcript. Also, know that these transcripts are normally sent out to colleges in mid-June, once grades are finalized. (Colleges know this!)

There is no charge for a final transcript to be sent. Please email theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org if you have any questions. If you do not need your final transcript sent to a college, then you do not need to make a request in Question #2.

We thank you in advance for taking care of this small step toward graduation.

~ Boulder High Counseling

FAQs

Q: How do I check that I correctly requested my final transcript?

A: In Naviance, go to Colleges I'm Applying To > Manage Transcripts. Then check the “Final” column. Your final transcript should show as requested next to the school you’ll be attending next year. If it doesn’t show as requested, click on the pink plus sign to add your final transcript request.

Q: I completed my BVSD Senior Survey but forgot to request my final transcript. What should I do?

A: Request your final transcript the same way you requested your initial and/or midyear transcript: In Naviance, go to Colleges I'm Applying To > Manage Transcripts > click pink plus sign > College Application Transcript. Select Final Transcript and choose the school you want to send it to, then click Done > Request and Finish. 

Q: My college says they need my final transcript in May. What should I do?

A: Contact your college’s admissions office and let them know that your final transcript will be sent in mid-June, once grades are finalized.

Q: I don’t understand how to complete this survey. What should I do?

A: Link to BVSD Senior Survey Instructions. Or contact Theresa van Zante (theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org) or your counselor.


¡Estudiantes de último año! Llenen su Senior Survey/Final Transcript Request [Encuesta de estudiantes de 12º grado y solicitud de historial académico final] in Naviance (¡es un requisito!)

¡Estudiantes de 12º grado! Deberán llenar su Senior Survey del BVSD a más tardar el miércoles 18 de mayo, para recoger su toga y birrete. ¡Nota: su solicitud de historial académico final se incluye ahora en esta encuesta (Pregunta #2)! 

 

¿Dónde encuentro la encuesta?

Conéctense a Naviance con su Single Sign On (SSO). Encuentren la Senior Survey en la parte inferior de su página de inicio en Naviance bajo “Important To-Dos and Tasks” [pendientes y tareas importantes] No podrán recoger su toga y birrete hasta que llenen esta encuesta (muy breve, ¡lo prometemos!). Asegúrense de solicitar su historial académico final en la Pregunta #2. 

Información importante sobre las solicitudes de historiales académicos finales 

La Pregunta #2 de la encuesta es sobre dónde quieren que se envíe su historial académico final. Sólo seleccionen el cuadro junto a la institución de educación superior a la que asistirán (ver imagen que figura a continuación) para solicitar su historial académico final. 

Siempre y cuando presenten su solicitud de historial académico final como parte de su Senior Survey, no tendrán que presentar una solicitud por separado. Sepan que su inscripción a la institución de educación superior y la asistencia financiera pueden ser bloqueadas en caso de que no envíen a la institución su historial académico final. Además, sepan que estos historiales académicos se envían normalmente a las instituciones de educación superior a mediados de junio, una vez finalizadas las calificaciones. (¡Las instituciones de educación superior saben esto!)

No hay cargo por el envío del historial académico final. Envíen un correo electrónico a theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org si tienen cualquier duda. Si no necesitan enviar su historial académico final a alguna institución de educación superior, no tienen que hacer la solicitud en la Pregunta #2.

Gracias de antemano por cumplir este pequeño requisito de graduación.

~ Oficina de consejeros de Boulder High 

Preguntas frecuentes

P: ¿Cómo verifico que solicité correctamente mi historial académico final?

R: En Naviance, vayan a Colleges I'm Applying To > Manage Transcripts. Luego marquen con una palomita la columna “Final”. Aparecerá su historial académico final como solicitado junto a la institución a la que asistirán el año entrante. Si no se muestra como solicitado, hagan clic en el signo de más color rosa para añadir su solicitud de historial académico final.

 

P: Llené la BVSD Senior Survey, pero olvidé solicitar mi historial académico final. ¿Qué debo hacer?

R: Soliciten su historial académico final del mismo modo que solicitaron el historial académico inicial o semestral: En Naviance, vayan a Colleges I'm Applying To > Manage Transcripts > hagan clic en el signo de más color rosa > College Application Transcript. Seleccionen Final Transcript y elijan la institución a la cual desean enviarlo, luego hagan clic en Done > Request and Finish. 

 

P: Mi institución de educación superior afirma que necesita mi historial académico final en mayo. ¿Qué debo hacer?

R: Comuníquense con el funcionario de admisiones de la institución de educación superior e infórmenle que su historial académico final se enviará a mediados de junio, una vez finalizadas las calificaciones.

 

P: No entiendo como llenar la encuesta. ¿Qué debo hacer?

R: Enlace a instrucciones para llenar la BVSD Senior Survey Instructions. O comuníquense con Theresa van Zante (theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org) o su consejero.

 
Seniors! Did You Receive an Award or Scholarship?

If you have received and accepted an award or scholarship from the college, university, or program you will be attending next year, please email Counseling Assistant Theresa van Zante at theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org so you can be recognized in the Awards Ceremony booklet and the college scholarship slideshow. Counseling must receive your information by Wednesday, May 4, 2022. Your email must include the following information:

  • Student name (Class of 2022 students only!)
  • Name of award or scholarship you have accepted
  • Name of institution (college/university) you will be attending 
  • City and state of institution 
  • Important! You must also attach a copy (PDF or picture) of the award/scholarship notification.

Email the above information, including a copy of your award/scholarship notification, to theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org by Wednesday, May 4, 2022.

~ Boulder High Counseling 


Estudiantes de 12° ¿Recibiernòn un premio o una beca?

Estimados estudiantes de 12° grado:

Si han recibido y aceptado un premio o una beca de la Universidad, Institución de Educación Superior o programa al que asistirán el próximo año, Por favor envié un correo electrónico a theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org,  para que sea notado en el folleto de la Ceremonia de entrega de premios.La oficina de los consejeros debe recibir esta información antes del miércoles 4 de mayo de 2022. Su correo electrónico debe incluir la siguiente información:

  • Nombre del estudiante:
  • Nombre del premio o beca que ha aceptado:
  • Nombre de la institución (colegio / universidad) a la que asistirá:
  • Ciudad/Estado de la institución:
  • ¡Importante! También deben adjuntar una copia (PDF o fotografía) del aviso de adjudicación ,notificandoles que obtuvieron el premio o beca.

Envíe por correo electrónico la información anterior, incluyan una copia de su notificación de adjudicación del premio / beca, a la asistente de Consejería Theresa van Zante a: theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org antes el miércoles 4 de mayo de 2022.

~ Oficina de Consejeros de Boulder High ~ 

 

Vintage Panther Scholarship Deadline Is April 29, 2022

Attention Seniors! 

A $3,500 one-year scholarship will be awarded to TWO graduating Boulder High School seniors who have made a difference at Boulder High School and/or the community through demonstrated citizenship. Students must have been accepted by a 2- or 4-year college, university, or vocational institution. The award will be based on demonstrated willingness and capacity to serve BHS and/or the community through experiences as noted in a one-page essay. The award will be paid directly to the institution by the Boulder High School Alumni Association (Vintage Panthers). 

Please email your application to counseling assistant Theresa van Zante at theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org. Applications must be received no later than 3:30 pm on Friday, April 29, 2022. Final candidate interviews will be held virtually in late April/early May, and the award winners will be announced shortly thereafter. Please make sure to include your email address and phone number so your interview can be scheduled. 

Again, the deadline for receiving applications is Friday, April 29, 2022, at 3:30 pm.

Link to the 2022 Vintage Panther Scholarship Application now!

— Boulder High Counseling


¡Atención estudiantes de 12º grado!

Se otorgará una beca de $3,500 por un año a DOS estudiantes de Boulder High School 12º que se gradúen este año. Estos estudiantes deben haber contribuido positivamente en Boulder High School o la comunidad haciendo patente su civismo. Los estudiantes deben haber sido aceptados por una institución de educación superior, universidad o instituto vocacional, con un programa de 2 ó 4 años de duración. El otorgamiento de la beca se hará con base en una demostrada voluntad y capacidad para servir a BHS o la comunidad mediante experiencias que figuren en un ensayo con longitud de una página. La Asociación de Ex alumnos de Boulder High School (Vintage Panthers) hará el pago de la beca directamente a la institución.

Sírvanse enviar su solicitud por correo electrónico a la asistente grupo de consejeros, Theresa van Zante a theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org. El plazo de recepción de solicitudes vence a las 3:30 p.m. del 29 de abril. Las entrevistas a los candidatos finalistas se harán virtualmente a fines de abril-comienzos de mayo. Poco después se anunciará quiénes son los ganadores. Asegúrense de incluir su dirección de correo-e número telefónico para programar su entrevista.

De nuevo, el plazo para la recepción de solicitudes vence el viernes 29 de abril de 2022, a las 3:30 p.m.

¡Enlace a la Solicitud de Beca 2022 Vintage Panther!

— Oficina de consejeros de Boulder High

BVSD Online Summer 2022 Registration Deadline Is May 25

Are you thinking about taking a BVSD Online summer school class? Go to the BVSD Online website for more information and to view the high school course offerings. Registration closes May 25.

Are You Interested in Becoming a Military Officer in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Space Force, Merchant Marines, or Coast Guard? Virtual Presentation April 19 @ 5:30 pm

Join representatives from the Service Academies, ROTC programs, and Congressional Offices for a virtual information event on Tuesday, April 19, at 5:30 pm to learn more. 

Click here or use the QR code below to register for this event (required). After registering, you will be sent an email on how to join the meeting.

 

Seniors! AP Achievement Recognition Cord Application Due April 22

Hello, Seniors!

Please check below to see if you qualify for the Boulder High Advanced Placement (AP) Achievement Recognition Cord. If you do, you must complete this form as soon as possible in order to earn your purple graduation cord. The application deadline is midnight on April 22, 2022. More information is also available on the BHS Advanced Placement website.

This application is for students who are graduating with the Class of 2022. The requirements for the Boulder High Advanced Placement Recognition Cord are as follows:

1. Take five year-long AP courses in four different content areas. The content areas are Art, Computer Science, Language Arts, Math, Music, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages. You can combine two single-semester Social Studies courses to equal one year. These Social Studies courses are AP Psychology, AP Micro, AP Macro, AP Human Geo, and AP US Gov. 

2. Complete all AP courses with no grade lower than a B. (For current courses, you must have a B or higher on April 25.)

3. Have taken or are registered to take the AP test in each AP course that counts as the content area requirement.

4. Complete and submit the 2022 BHS AP Achievement Recognition Cord Application by the April 22, 2022, 12:00 am (midnight) deadline.

If you have any questions, please email Ms. Malkinson: julie.malkinson@bvsd.org.

~ Boulder High Counseling


Formulario de solicitud de diploma AP. Fecha límite el 22 de abril

¡Estimados estudiantes de 12º grado!

Por favor verifique, si califica para el Cordón de Reconocimiento de logros de Boulder High AP (Diploma de colocación avanzada). Si lo hace debe completar el formulario de solicitud adjunto lo antes posible para obtener su cordón de graduación morado. La fecha límite de solicitud es el 22 de abril de 2022. Más información también está disponible en BHS Advanced Placement website.

Los requisitos para el Cordón de Reconocimiento de logros de Boulder High de colocación AP son los siguientes:

1. Tomar cinco 5 cursos AP de un año en áreas de contenido diferentes. Las áreas de contenido son  Arte, Informática, Artes del Lenguaje, Matemáticas, Música, Ciencias,, Estudios Sociales  e Idiomas del Mundo. Pueden combinar dos cursos de Estudios Sociales de un solo semestre para igualar un año. Estos cursos de Estudios Sociales son Psicología AP, Micro AP,  Macro AP, Geografía Humana AP y Gobierno de EE.UU AP

2. Completar todos los cursos AP sin una calificación inferior a una B. (Para los cursos que toman actualmente debe tener una B o superior antes del 25 de abril.)

3 Haber rendido la prueba AP o estar inscritos  en cada curso AP que cuente como requisito de área de contenido.

4. Complete y envíe la solicitud. La fecha límite es el 22 de abril, 12:00 am (medianoche) fecha límite. Enlace a 2022 BHS AP Achievement Recognition Cord Application.

Si tiene alguna pregunta, envíe un correo electrónico a la Señora Julie Malkinson: julie.malkinson@bvsd.org.

~ Consejería de Boulder High 

Important SAT/PSAT/CMAS Testing Information for April 13, 14, and 18

The assessments PSAT 9, PSAT 10, and SAT are geared for students in grades 9, 10, and 11, respectively. CMAS Science Assessments will be administered to 11th graders. All students are already registered for the following tests by the CDE (Colorado Department of Education). You do not need to sign up your student for these tests. Additional information about these tests can be found on the following websites.

Please see below for some important information about the upcoming SAT/PSAT/CMAS testing happening in April. All tests will be held in person at Boulder High.

2022 SAT/PSAT/CMAS Testing Schedule

If you would like to OPT OUT your student from any of these exams, please email Assistant Principal Scott Cawlfield (scott.cawlfield@bvsd.org). Please include the student’s full name, grade, and the specific exam(s) they wish to opt out of taking. Our Spanish-speaking families can email Community Liaison Carla Barry (carla.barry@bvsd.org) with this information.

What to Bring

All students must bring the following items with them on their testing day:

  • Two #2 pencils (mechanical pencils are not allowed).
  • Approved calculator. Students may bring an approved calculator for the calculator portion of the test. We cannot provide calculators. (More info)
  • NO food or drink is allowed in testing rooms. Water bottles are the only exception, and they will be placed at the front of the room.

DO NOT BRING: Backpacks, bags, food, drink (except water bottle), cell phones, purses, or any electronic devices. (There is a phone in the main office students can use, if needed.)

Important Testing Day Details!

  • Students must arrive between 9:00 and 9:25 am on Wednesday, April 13, and between 8:00 and 8:25 am on Thursday, April 14, and Monday, April 18.
  • Room Assignments will be posted on the Auditorium doors, by Monday, April 11. All students are registered for these tests unless their parent/guardian has opted them out. 
  • All tests are in person at Boulder High.

Additional Information

Study Guides for SAT, PSAT 10, PSAT 9

Study guides are available and can be picked up outside the counseling office. SAT study guides are also available online at collegeboard.org

Please contact Assistant Principal Scott Cawlfield (scott.cawlfield@bvsd.org) or Testing Coordinator Marianne Chavez (marianne.chavez@bvsd.org) with any questions. More information can also be found on the BHS Testing Information and the BHS Current Test Schedule & Info websites.


Familias de Boulder High,

Las evaluaciones PSAT 9, PSAT 10 y SAT están dirigidas a estudiantes de los grados 9, 10 y 11, respectivamente. Las Evaluaciones de Ciencias CMAS se administrarán a los estudiantes de 11° grado. Todos los estudiantes están inscritos para las siguientes pruebas aplicadas por el CDE (Departamento de Educación de Colorado). No es necesario inscribir a su estudiante para estas pruebas. 

Vea a continuación y revise esta importante información sobre las próximas pruebas SAT/PSAT/CMAS. Todas las pruebas se llevarán a cabo en persona en Boulder High.

 Horario de exámenes SAT/PSAT/CMAS 2022

 Que traer

Todos los estudiantes deben traer los siguientes artículos el día de los exámenes: 

  • Dos lápices  #2 (no se permiten lápices mecánicos)
  • Calculadora aprobada (mas información)
  • Botella de agua. Los estudiantes pueden traer su propia botella de agua.  

Los siguientes artículos NO están permitidos: teléfonos celulares, carteras, bolsos o cualquier dispositivo electrónico.

¡Pormenores importantes del día de las pruebas!

  • Los estudiantes deben llegar de las 9:00 am hasta las 9:25 am, el miércoles, el 13 de abril y entre las 8:00 am hasta las 8:25 am, el jueves, el 14 de abril y el lunes, el 18 de abril.
  • Los salones asignados para las evaluaciones se publicarán en las puertas del auditorio el lunes, el 11 de abril. 
  • Todos los estudiantes están registrados para estas pruebas a menos que sus padres/tutores los hayan excluido.
  • Todas las pruebas son en persona en Boulder High.

 Más Información 

Guías de estudios

Las guías de estudio ya están disponibles y se pueden recoger afuera de la oficina de consejería o en la oficina principal.También están disponibles en línea: collegeboard.org

Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con el subdirector Scott Cawlfield (scott.cawlfield@bvsd.org) o con la coordinadora de exámenes Marianne Chavez (marianne.chavez@bvsd.org). También se puede encontrar más información en los sitios web  BHS Testing Information y BHS Current Test Schedule & Info.

Spring 2022 Assessment Schedule: CMAS, SAT, PSAT10, & PSAT9

Spring 2022: Assessment Schedule

The assessments PSAT 9, PSAT 10, and SAT are geared for students in grades 9, 10, and 11, respectively. CMAS Science Assessments will be administered to 11th graders. All students are already registered for the following tests by the CDE (Colorado Department of Education). You do not need to sign up your student for these tests. Additional information about these tests can be found on the following websites.

Dates in April 2022 for these tests are:

  • Wed., April 13: SAT for Juniors (No school for grades 9, 10, and 12)
  • Thu., April 14: PSAT 10 for Sophomores AND CMAS for Juniors (No school for grades 9 and 12)
  • Mon., April 18: PSAT 9 for Freshmen (No school for grades 10, 11, and 12)

If you would like your student to OPT OUT of any of these assessments in April, the student's parent/guardian must email Assistant Principal Scott Cawlfield (scott.cawlfield@bvsd.org) directly. Please include the student’s full name, grade, and the specific exam(s) they wish to opt out of taking. Our Spanish-speaking families can email Community Liaison Carla Barry (carla.barry@bvsd.org) with this information.

INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES OF 11TH GRADE STUDENTS ONLY

The Colorado School Day SAT date is the day that all 11th-grade students in Colorado take the SAT state assessment. Students are pre-registered and there is no cost for this test. The result of this test is a college reportable score.

INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES OF 9TH & 10TH GRADERS

All 10th graders will take the PSAT10 and all 9th graders will take the PSAT9. These are NOT college reportable scores and there is NOT an essay option with these assessments.

Register Now for the Rocky Mountain Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Conference

Rotary has been growing Young Leaders for over 100 years, one way we do this is through our Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Conferences.

RYLA conferences are fun, action-packed, team-oriented experiences geared to give our young people opportunities to learn and practice leading groups.

This is a terrific way to help prepare high school students for the leadership challenges of college, work, and life.

This 5-day program includes activities targeted to:

  • Increase personal responsibility
  • Increase leadership skills and knowledge
  • Develop goal setting and decision-making abilities
  • Improve teamwork and interpersonal communication skills
  • Be fun, engaging, and inspiring

What does it cost?

This is Rotary’s investment in our youth.  A local Rotary Club will pay the conference fee of $500, and over 100 Rotarians donate a week of their time, so there is no cost to the student.

When and where is it?

The conference will be held at the YMCA in Estes Park, CO, 60 minutes northwest of Denver.  It will begin mid-afternoon Sunday, July 17, and conclude at noon on Friday, July 22, 2022.

Who is eligible?

  • Any student entering the 11th or 12th grade next fall as well as graduating seniors.
  • The ideal candidate for RYLA is a student that is honest, responsible, and has a strong desire to learn and grow.

How can students apply?

Go to www.rockymountainRYLA.org and complete the application then follow the instructions.

They will be contacted by a Rotary Club member to schedule an interview.

For more information, please read everything on the home page and in the “About RYLA” link on www.rockymountainRYLA.org, and contact your local Rotary Club via the “Find Rotary Contacts” page on the web site. You can also contact the RYLA Registrar, Registrar@rmRYLA.org.
In-Person Boulder Gap Year Fair Is March 16, 6:00–8:30 pm @ New Vista HS

Attend the Gap Year Fair at New Vista High School on March 16 to meet with gap year program providers and get the inside scoop on taking a gap year in 2022 and beyond! This in-person event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. To register, go to USA Gap Year Fairs.

CU Boulder Research Study “Mind. Body. Voice.” Is Looking for Participants

Engage in a CU Boulder research study for BVSD students, grades 9–12, who identify as women (as a program participant or the comparison group). Your participation will help develop a program designed to support young women during teen years. Scan the QR code below for more information or email mbv@colorado.edu. All participants receive up to $100 for completing assessments.

BVSD Gifted and Talented Youth Advisory Council: Deadline to Apply Is Mar. 18

Attention BHS students who have been identified as Gifted and Talented (GT): Are you interested in being a part of the BVSD Gifted and Talented Youth Advisory Council? If you are interested, please complete the following form. Join the GT District Youth Advisory Council. A BVSD GT district representative will be in touch with you regarding next steps. You must complete this form by March 18. 

College Before Graduation: Summer & Fall Enrollment Is Open for Classes at CU & FRCC

If you are interested in taking a class at Front Range or CU–Boulder in the summer or fall, check out the College Before Graduation website: College Before Graduation—Boulder Valley School District (bvsd.org). The deadline to submit paperwork is April 15 for summer classes and May 1 for fall classes. The deadline to register for a District Select FRCC class that is being offered at a BVSD high school is May 17 for summer classes and August 18 for fall classes. Please reach out to your counselor if you are interested.

Boulder TEC’s Open Open House Is Tue., Feb. 15, 4:30–7:00 pm! Class Registration Is Now Open!

The Boulder TEC (BTEC) Open House is Tuesday, February 15, from 4:30 to 7:00 pm. This in-person open house is a great opportunity to visit with BTEC teachers and learn about programs such as Cosmetology, Auto Tech, Welding, Criminology, and more. Go to tech.bvsd.org for more information. BTEC class registration is now open for interested sophomores and juniors. Visit the BTEC Application Website to register. 

What programs are offered at Boulder TEC?
Programs at Boulder TEC are centralized programs that require large spaces and unique resources which would be unfeasible to have at every high school in the district. 

  • Automotive Collision Repair
  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Biomedical Science
  • Construction Trades
  • Cosmetology - Esthetics, Hair Styling & Design, and Nail Technology
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Emergency Medical Response
  • Forensics Investigation & Criminology
  • Sports Medicine
  • Welding

Please be sure to visit Boulder TEC's website at tec.bvsd.org for the most up-to-date information.

Juniors: Do You Want to Add the Essay to Your SAT Test on April 13?

Information for junior parents and students: On April 13, 2022, all 11th-grade students will take the SAT at Boulder High School. The result of this test is a college-reportable score.

The April 13 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 13, 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 until Feb. 15, 2022. This will be the ONLY opportunity for students who wish to take the optional essay to add it to their April 13 school day test registration. Students may add the essay to their registration through their online College Board account at collegeboard.org or by calling College Board during the essay registration window. Information about the optional essay can be seen here: collegeboard.org/colorado

Registering for the Essay
To see information for registering for the optional free essay portion of the SAT, click here: SAT Essay Registration Directions (link directions in Spanish)

What Schools Need the Essay?

Students are encouraged to check the College Board Website or reach out to the colleges and universities that they are interested in on whether they recommend or require the SAT with Essay. 

Questions

If you have any problems or do not have a College Board account, call the SAT Student Help Line: 1-866-917-9030, selection option 2.
Want a great score?? Learn more about Free SAT Practice tools here:  https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice


Información exclusiva para estudiantes de 11º grado y sus padres:

El 13 de abril de 2022, todos los estudiantes de 11º grado presentarán el SAT. El resultado de este examen es una calificación que debe notificarse a las instituciones de educación superior.

El SAT del 13 de abril es una evaluación estatal y todos los estudiantes de penúltimo año están inscritos de antemano. Este examen no tiene costo alguno.

Cuando los estudiantes de 11º se toman el día hábil para el SAT el 13 de abril, tienen la opción de presentarlo con o sin un ensayo optativo adjunto. Agregar un ensayo libre a su inscripción al SAT es una opción del estudiante. La inscripción predeterminada para todos los estudiantes es el SAT sin ensayo. Los estudiantes que deseen optar por el ensayo libre deberán inscribirse por anticipado para tal fin en la cuenta "College Board" del estudiante. El período de inscripción con ensayo estará abierto hasta del 17 de enero al 15 de febrero de 2022. Esta será la ÚNICA oportunidad para que los estudiantes que deseen presentar el examen con ensayo adjunto lo añadan a su inscripción para el día del examen el 13 de abril. Los estudiantes podrán añadir el ensayo a su inscripción en su cuenta College Board en línea en collegeboard.org o llamando por teléfono al College Board. En la siguiente página Web puede consultarse información acerca del ensayo optativo: collegeboard.org/colorado

Inscripción para el examen con ensayo
Consulta la información pertinente para inscribirte en la parte optativa del ensayo libre del SAT, haz clic en el siguiente enlace: SAT Essay Registration Instructions
(InglésEspañol)

Preguntas

Si tienes cualquier problema o no tienes una cuenta College Board, comunícate a la Línea de ayuda estudiantil para el SAT: 1-866-756-7346.

¿Deseas obtener una calificación excelente? Entérate acerca de más instrumentos de práctica gratuitos para el SAT en el siguiente enlace:  https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice

Update on Course Selection for 2022-23

Preparation for course selection is underway for 2022–23! Please review the following timeline below. We build our master schedule according to student course selection in the spring, so we appreciate your thoughtful choice of classes for next year! 

Counselors will be in their offices and the cafeteria on March 2 and March 3 to answer any questions related to course selection. Counselors will also be available during Advisory. Course requests are due in Infinite Campus by March 3. 

Timeline for 2022–23 Course Selection

  • January 21–February 14: Counselors will discuss course selection with each grade level in ICAP (Individualized Career and Academic Plan) presentations.
    • 9th grade: Jan 21–25 (Students will create their tentative four-year plan.)
    • 10th grade: Jan. 28–Feb. 4 (Students will take the Myers Briggs personality assessment in Naviance.)
    • 11th grade: Feb. 8–14 (Students will be given information on how to do a college search in Naviance, college admissions tests, and more! Students will also be given their graduation credit check and we will review college admissions requirements.)
  • February 16: Students will be given a course selection card from their period 1 teacher. 
  • February 16–17: Course advising with teachers. On Wednesday and Thursday, February 16 and 17, students’ current teachers will make a course recommendation for next year during the school day and sign course selection forms. Teachers will have course override forms available if a student wants to take a different course from what is being recommended.
  • February 17: Watch course selection video. Teachers will show the PTV course video on Thursday, February 17, during period 6. The video link will also be available on the counseling website so students and families can view it again. 
  • February 17–March 3: Input course selections into Infinite Campus (IC). The IC portal will open Thursday, February 17, at 4:00 pm, and students must input their courses by March 3 at midnight. Instructions for entering courses in IC will be emailed to students on February 17. On March 4, students will turn in their course selection cards to their math teacher.

For additional information on course selection for next year, visit the counseling website: https://boh.bvsd.org/counseling/academic-planning/course-selection

—Boulder High Counseling


Puesta al día sobre selección de cursos para el año escolar 2022-23

Estimados estudiantes y padres de familia: 

¡Los preparativos para la selección de cursos para el año escolar 2022-23 están en marcha! Elaboramos nuestro calendario maestro de acuerdo con la selección de cursos de los estudiantes en esta primavera, de modo que ¡agradeceremos su bien ponderada elección de clases para el año entrante! 

Los consejeros estarán en sus oficinas y en la cafetería los días 2 y 3 de marzo para responder cualquier pregunta relacionada con la selección de cursos. Los consejeros estarán disponibles también durante Advisory (asesoría). Las solicitudes de cursos deberán ingresarse en Infinite Campus a más tardar el 3 de marzo. 

Cronología para la selección de cursos del año escolar 2022–23 

  • 21 de enero- 14 de febrero: Los consejeros conversarán sobre la selección de cursos con los estudiantes de cada grado en presentaciones ICAP (Plan académico y de carrera personalizado).
    • 9º grado: 21-25 de enero (los estudiantes crearán su plan tentativo de cuatro años). 
    • 10º grado: 28 de enero - 4 de febrero (los estudiantes presentarán la evaluación de la personalidad Myers Briggs en Naviance). 
    • 11º grado: 8-14 de febrero (¡los estudiantes recibirán información sobre cómo hacer una búsqueda de instituciones de educación superior en Naviance, exámenes de admisión a instituciones de educación superior y más! Los estudiantes también obtendrán su verificación de créditos para la graduación, y examinaremos los requisitos de admisión a instituciones de educación superior).
  • 16 de febrero: los estudiantes recibirán una tarjeta de selección de cursos de su profesor del 1º período. 
  • 16–17 de febrero: asesoría sobre cursos con profesores. El miércoles y jueves 16 y 17 de febrero, los profesores actuales de los estudiantes harán una recomendación de cursos para el siguiente año durante el día y firmarán el formulario de selección de cursos del estudiante. Los profesores tendrán disponibles formularios para anular un curso, en caso de que algún estudiante desee tomar un curso diferente al recomendado.
  • 17 de febrero: proyección del video sobre selección de cursos. Los profesores proyectarán el video de cursos PTV el jueves 17 de febrero. El enlace para acceder al video también estará disponible en el sitio Web de los consejeros de modo que estudiantes y familiar puedan verlo de nuevo. 
  • 17 de febrero-3 de marzo: se ingresa la selección de cursos en Infinite Campus (IC). El portal de IC portal se abrirá el jueves 17 de febrero a las 4:00 p.m., y los estudiantes deberán ingresar sus cursos a más tardar el 3 de marzo a la medianoche. Las instrucciones para ingresar los cursos en IC se enviarán por correo electrónico a los estudiantes el 17 de febrero. El 4 de marzo, los estudiantes devolverán sus tarjetas de selección de cursos a su profesor de matemáticas. 

Para obtener más información sobre la selección de cursos el año entrante, visiten el sitio Web de los consejeros: https://boh.bvsd.org/counseling/academic-planning/course-selection

—Oficina de Consejeros de Boulder High

Rising Freshmen & Parents! Join Our Virtual 8th Grade Transition Night on Feb. 9 at 6:00 pm

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

What

Teachers and counselors will give presentations on the core classes needed for graduation. Learn about specific course offerings, extracurricular activities, etc. and hear about how and when to register for classes. This event will include a prerecorded video presentation that will also be available to view after the event and virtual breakout rooms for live Q&A sessions.

When

Wednesday, February 9 @ 6:00-8:30 pm

Where

This is a virtual event. Boulder High will email the link to join this event by February 9 to students and parents who have enrolled here for the 2022-23 school year. The link will also be posted on our school website's homepage in case you do not receive an email or are on the waitlist and would like to attend.

Link to the BHS Course Selection website for more information.

Are You Struggling in a Class? Peer Tutoring Can Help!

Visit boulderhightutoring.com to be matched with a student tutor. Tutor matching is dependent on subject and period availability. Students who are interested in being a peer tutor can sign up to help as well. This looks great on college applications!

Midyear Transcript Requests for Seniors

Midyear Transcript Requests for Seniors

Seniors, if your colleges/universities have asked for midyear transcripts, you may now request these through Naviance: Instructions for Requesting Midyear Transcripts in Naviance. We will begin processing requests once midyear transcripts are finalized in late January. Please note there is no charge for midyear transcripts.

Note: If you make a midyear transcript request for one or more Common App schools in your list, Naviance will automatically send a midyear transcript to ALL your Common App schools.  

College Planning Night for Juniors Jan. 19 at 6:00 pm (Virtual Event)

Counselors will host a virtual college planning event for juniors on Wednesday, January 19, at 6:00 pm. A link for the presentation will be sent to all junior students through their BVSD email address. We encourage families to join the presentation together, if possible. Topics covered in this presentation include:

  • How to use Naviance
  • ACT/SAT
  • Planning timelines
  • College entrance requirements, and more!

After the event, the presentation will be posted on the BHS Counseling Events website for all students/families to access.

Spring 2022 AP Exam Registration Opens January 24, 2022

If your student is taking one of the following classes this spring, they need to register and pay now if they want to take an AP exam in May 2022:

  • AP Human Geography
  • AP US Government
  • AP Psychology
  • AP Microeconomics
  • AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism

Please note that AP exam registration for yearlong and first-semester classes took place in September. This registration is only for students enrolled in a semester-long AP class being taken this spring (see the above list).

Register & Pay January 24–February 11, 2022

Regular registration for Spring 2022 opens Monday, January 24, and ends Friday, February 11, 2022. The fee is $96.00 per exam.

Late registration is from February 14 through February 18, 2022. The late fee is $40, plus the $96 exam fee for a total of $136.

There are two important steps:

  1. Join your teacher’s class on the College Board regardless of whether you will take the AP exam or not.  Your AP  teacher will give you a “join code” to register. Once you have registered, you will have access to AP Central for assignments from your teacher as well as practices for the AP exam. See your teacher for questions about this step.

  2. Register and Pay on RevTrak: Starting January 24, Click Here for a direct link to the RevTrak registration and payment page. Select the exam and type the student’s name to register, then select “Add to Cart.” If you are registering and paying for multiple exams, repeat and add each exam to your cart. When your order is complete, select “Checkout” and pay. (Starting January 24, you can also reach the RevTrak payment page by going to boh.bvsd.org > School Life > Fees & Payments > Additional Opportunities > AP Exams.) You do not need to print or submit your receipt. 

STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE BOTH STEPS OR AN EXAM WILL NOT BE ORDERED!

For students who have qualified for Free and Reduced Lunch, please see Theresa van Zante in Counseling to receive a waiver. Do not pay online. The waiver deadline is February 11, 2022.

If you have any questions, please contact Marianne Chavez at marianne.chavez@bvsd.org.

Link to the BHS AP Focus Program webpage to view the AP exam schedule for May 2022 or for more information on the BHS AP Focus Program.


Las inscripciones para la primavera de 2022 se abren el 24 de enero

Si su estudiante va a cursar alguna de las siguientes materias en esta primavera, deberán inscribirse y pagar ahora en caso de que deseen presentar un examen de AP (colocación avanzada) en mayo de 2022:

  • Geografía humana AP

  • Gobierno de los Estados Unidos AP

  • Psicología AP

  • Microeconomía AP

  • Física C: electricidad y magnetismo AP 

Período de inscripción y pago: 24 de enero al 11 de febrero de 2022

Las inscripciones normales para la primavera de 2022 comienzan el lunes 24 de enero y terminan el viernes 11 de febrero de 2022. Los derechos son de $96.00 por examen.

El plazo de inscripción tardía va desde el 14 hasta el 18 de febrero de 2022. Los derechos por inscripción tardía son de $40, más los $96 del examen, es decir, $136.

Hay dos pasos importantes para tener en cuenta:

  1. Inscríbanse a la materia de su profesor en el Consejo de Instituciones de Educación Superior sin importar si van a presentar o no el examen de AP. Su profesor de AP les dará un “join code” (código para unirse) de modo que puedan inscribirse. Una vez inscritos, tendrán acceso a la AP Central para acceder a las tareas que deje su profesor, así como a prácticas para el examen de AP. Consulten a su profesor si tienen preguntas sobre este paso.

  2. Inscripción y pago en RevTrak: desde el 24 de enero, Hagan clic aquí (el enlace estará activo el 24 de enero) para acceder a un enlace directo a la página de inscripción y pago de RevTrak. Seleccionen el examen y tipo, el nombre del estudiante que se inscribirá, luego seleccionen “Añadir al carrito”. Si se inscriben y pagan varios exámenes, repitan el proceso y añadan cada examen a su carrito. Cuando su orden esté completa, seleccionen “Checkout” (registro de salida) y paguen. (Desde el 24 de enero, también podrán visitar la página de pagos de RevTrak yendo a boh.bvsd.org > School Life > Fees & Payments > Additional Opportunities > AP Exams.) No es necesario imprimir ni presentar su recibo. 

¡LOS ESTUDIANTES DEBERÁN SEGUIR LOS DOS PASOS O NO SE DARÁ CURSO A LA ORDEN DE EXAMEN!

Para los estudiantes que hayan cumplido con los requisitos para obtener el Almuerzo gratuito y con reducción de precio, visiten a Theresa van Zante en la Oficina de los Consejeros para recibir una exención. No paguen en línea. El plazo de la exención vence el 11 de febrero de  2022.

Si tienen cualquier duda, comuníquense con Marianne Chavez en marianne.chavez@bvsd.org.

Enlace a la página Web del Programa BHS AP Focus para conocer el calendario de exámenes de AP para mayo de 2022 o para más información sobre el Programa BHS Focus.

Seniors! It's Time to Start Applying for College Scholarships

Seniors, if you have completed all your college applications, now is a great time to start doing scholarship research. You can find scholarships in Naviance and on your college websites. Link to the BHS Financial Aid & Scholarships webpage for more information.

Seniors! Seal of Biliteracy Applications Are Due Jan. 7, 2022

On November 15, all senior students were emailed instructions on how to apply for the Seal of Biliteracy. Please refer to that email or visit the BVSD Seal of Biliteracy website for more information and the link to the application. Applications are due by January 7, 2022. Please email Ms. Valenzuela-Sliger (jen.valenzuela-slige@bvsd.org) in the counseling office if you have questions.

For additional information on the Seal of Biliteracy, you can link to Important Information for Applicants on the BHS World Language website.

Are You Interested in Taking College Classes While Still in High School? The Enrollment Deadline for Spring 2022 Classes Is Nov. 15!

The BVSD College Before Graduation (CBG) Program gives high school students the opportunity to take classes at Front Range Community College (FRCC) or CU–Boulder. The deadline to turn in paperwork is November 15, 2021, for spring 2022 classes. For more information on the College Before Graduation program, go to the BHS Classes Outside of Boulder High website. 

Seniors! CU Denver Is Hosting Virtual FASFA Event October 28: Get Help from a Financial Aid Expert

CU Denver is hosting a virtual FAFSA + CASFA Completion event on October 28, 2021, from 4:00 to 8:00 pm MST. Their financial aid expert will be online to help you fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or your Colorado Application for State Financial Aid (CASFA) and answer any questions you may have. Applying for financial aid early is the best way to be considered for funds to pay for your cost of education. 

Register Now to Attend This Virtual Event!

FAFSA applicants:  To expedite the FAFSA application completion process, please create your account FSA ID username and password at https://studentaid.gov/. The student AND at least one parent will need to create an FSA ID to electronically sign the FAFSA application.

For Colorado applicants: Most U.S. citizens or eligible noncitizens are eligible for Federal Student Aid and will complete the FAFSA application (click here to check your eligibility). However, if you are not eligible to receive Federal student aid, please consider applying for state and institutional funding offered by CU Denver’s Financial Aid and Scholarship Office by creating a CASFA account and completing the CASFA application (Colorado Application for State Financial Aid).

When attending our virtual FAFSA + CASFA Completion event, you will need to have available the following information and documents:

  • 2020 Federal Tax Return (with all attachments and schedules 1-5, if applicable)
  • 2020 Employer Forms: W-2’s, 1099’s and 1098
  • Driver’s License number (if applicable)
  • CU Denver Financial Aid School Code: 004508
  • Social Security Numbers or Permanent Resident Number for student and parents
  • A valid email address for student and at least one parent to receive process notifications
  • Estimated amount of Income and Assets (from your bank, investments, business and farm income, if applicable)

Please note: If you are a transfer student starting in Spring 2022 or Summer 2022, please have 2019 income and tax documents as well.

M. Lesa Briggs, M.S. | Assistant Director K-12 Outreach
Financial Literacy Wellness Outreach | Undergraduate Admissions & K-12 Outreach
University of Colorado Denver
303-315-1833 (office)
lesa.briggs@ucdenver.edu  

Colorado Free Application Day$: October 19-21, 2021

What is Colorado Free Application Day?

For the fourth year in a row, the Colorado Department of Higher Education is teaming up with colleges and universities across Colorado to waive college application fees for Colorado students October 19-21, 2021. That means if you submit your application any time those days, you can apply for free!

How does it work?

To take advantage of this opportunity, we recommend having your application materials prepared before Colorado Free Application Days. As long as you submit your online application and your personal statement (if required) October 19-21, other documents can be submitted anytime afterward.

Instructions for All Public Four-Year Colleges and Universities

Link to instructions for specific schools in Colorado: Click Here

For more information, go to https://cdhe.colorado.gov/cofreeappdays

Seniors! Early/priority deadlines are coming up. Make sure you correctly requested your transcripts!

November 1 and November 15 college application deadlines are coming up quickly, and we are seeing A LOT of schools listed for students in Naviance with no transcript request! Check Naviance to confirm that you’ve correctly requested your transcripts. Go to “Colleges I’m Applying To” and in the Transcripts column make sure it says “Requested.” Your counselor cannot send your transcript unless you change the status to “Requested.”

Colleges I’m Applying To

Please check your Naviance account now and email your counselor or visit the Counseling Office if you need help. Remember: In order for us to send your final transcript in June, every school you apply to must be added to Naviance for an initial transcript request. 

What Should I Do If My Transcript Status Says “No Request”?

If you see “No Request” under the Transcript column: 

  1. Click on the box to the left of the school. (Do this for all schools you see “No Request.”)

  2. Click on “+ Request Transcript,” which is located above your college list.

  3. This will take you back to the screen where you can check “Initial.”

  4. Click “Request and Finish.”

What If One of My Schools Isn’t Listed in “Colleges I’m Applying To”?

If you need to add a school and request a transcript:

  1. Go to “Colleges I Am Thinking About.” In the search box, type in the name of your school, then click on the heart next to the college to add it to your list. You can also add colleges by clicking on “+ Add Colleges to List.”

  2. Next, click on the box next to the college and select “Move to Application.”

  3. You will be asked to indicate your application deadline and how you are applying to the college (directly to the institution or via the Common Application). You need to let us know or the default will be sending it via the Common Application. The college will only receive your application if it aligns with the way the transcript is sent. 

  4. Click “Add and Request Transcripts.”

  5. Indicate “Initial” and “Request and Finish.”

How Do I Pay for My Transcript Requests?

A fee of $2 per transcript request must be paid by credit card online using RevTrak:

  1. Copy the following URL to go directly to transcript payments in RevTrak: https://bvsd.revtrak.net/high-schools/boh/boh-additional-boulder-high-opportunities/#/v/boh-transcripts

  2. Follow the online instructions to complete your transaction. Email Theresa van Zante at theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org if you have any questions. (You do not need to email your receipt.) Note: Transcript fees are waived for students who qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch. Contact theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org to request a waiver. Unpaid transcript fees will be added to your school fines.

Helpful Links to Instructions and Videos

Out-of-State Virtual College Fair Sept. 29 & 30! Register Now!

Colorado Virtual College Fair Registration Is Open!

September  29 & 30 * 5:00-7:45 pm

Registration is now open for the Colorado Virtual College Fair! Sign-up to virtually connect with colleges and universities from around the country for free.

During the Virtual College Fair, you will have the chance to hear from many different colleges. You can choose which colleges you want to hear from by registering for their sessions. You and your family can ask questions of the college representatives throughout the presentations too!

The program will also include college knowledge sessions on topics such as finding a college that fits, paying for college, and writing a college essay presented by college admission counselors.

Check out the schedule, list of colleges, and register now!

We are looking forward to sharing this virtual experience with each of you!

Financial Aid Night (Virtual Event) for Seniors Sept. 22 @ 6 pm

To Families of Seniors! A Financial Aid Presentation by Front Range Community College will be held virtually on Wednesday, September 22, at 6:00 pm. Information with the Zoom links to join will be emailed to families of seniors the day of the event. There will be one presentation in English and one presentation in Spanish. Only 300 attendees are allowed into each presentation, so please log in only once as a family. If you are not allowed into the event due to the 300-attendee limit, the presentation will be recorded and posted on the Counseling Events website. This presentation will discuss college financial planning for seniors, including how to navigate financial aid and information on FASFA, loans, grants, and scholarships.


¡Familias de estudiantes de 12º  grado! Front Range hará una presentación virtual de asistencia financiera el 22 de septiembre a las 6:00 pm. Se les enviará un enlace de Zoom a los estudiantes de último año y sus familias el día de la presentación. Habrá una presentación en inglés y otra en español.

Solo se permiten 300 asistentes en cada presentación, así que inicie sesión solo una vez como familia. Si no se le permite ingresar al evento debido al límite de 300 asistentes, la presentación se grabará y se publicará en la página web de los consejeros para familias.

In-State College Fair Oct. 14 at Broomfield High School

Broomfield High will be hosting the In-State Fair this year on October 14, 2021, 6:00-7:00 pm in the Eagle Gym. The colleges are requesting that students register in advance to reduce the sharing of pens and materials. Use the QR code on the In-State College Fair flyer to register. Or go to https://coloradocouncil.swoogo.com/registration for more information and to register.

Fall 2021 Virtual College Rep Visits Begin September 15!

Fall 2021, all college rep visits will be held virtually. To join these meetings, go to your Naviance account. On the top of the page, click "Colleges> Research Colleges>College Visits." Then select "Register Now" to sign up for that meeting. Join these virtual meetings on your own device or ask to use one of the Counseling Office chrome books. If you are going to miss a class period to attend a college visit, you must check in at the counseling office to be excused.

Note! Some college links require you to register directly with them first, and others are direct links to the meeting. Be sure to check the link before the meeting to see if you need to register in advance for a specific college's visit!

Each year, Boulder High hosts college admissions representatives to provide an opportunity for juniors and seniors to learn more about prospective colleges. View the College Rep Visits Calendar for the schedule. You can also search Naviance to see when a specific college you are interested in is visiting and to sign up for their visit.

AP Exam Payment & Registration Is September 13-October 1

Advanced Placement (AP) exam registrations and payments for yearlong and first-semester classes for 2021–2022 begin on Monday, September 13, 2021. If your student is taking an AP class this fall, they need to register and pay before October 1 if they want to take an AP exam in May 2022. For classes being taken only during the second semester, students will have the opportunity to register and pay starting January 2022. Link to AP 2021-22 Registration Instruction. Questions? Contact our BHS test coordinator, Marianne Chavez, at marianne.chavez@bvsd.org, or go to our AP Focus Program page.

Registration for the Oct. 16 PSAT/NMSQT for Juniors: Sept. 13-Oct. 1, 2021

The PSAT/NMSQT is scheduled for Saturday, October 16, 2021, 8 am–12 pm. College-bound juniors should plan to take the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test). High-scoring juniors may qualify to become National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. The PSAT is good practice for the SAT and is optional for all junior students.

Registration is from September 13 thru October 1, 2021. The price is $35. 

There are two important steps to complete in order to take the test. Students MUST COMPLETE BOTH STEPS or there will not be a test for them.

  1. Pay on RevTrak: Payments must be made online. Click here for a direct link to the payment page. (Or go to boh.bvsd.org > School Life > Fees & Payments > Additional Opportunities > PSAT/NMSQT.) PRINT YOUR RECEIPT! 

  2. Register: Bring the receipt to Theresa van Zante in the Counseling Office to officially register and receive a study guide. Registration ends October 1, 2021. Note: Students can also show an electronic copy of their receipt if they are not able to print it.

For students who have qualified for Free and Reduced Lunch, please see Theresa van Zante in Counseling to receive a waiver.  The waiver deadline is October 1, 2021.

If you have any questions, please contact our School Assessment Coordinator, Marianne Chavez (marianne.chavez@bvsd.org), or go to our BHS Testing Information Website.

More information can be found on the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) PSAT/SAT Website 

Boulder High Counseling Update

Dear Boulder High School Community,

Welcome to the 2021–2022 school year! We look forward to another exciting year and will be happy to hear the hallways buzzing next week.

As we prepare for students to return to the building, we are busy enrolling new students, balancing classes, and finalizing schedules for the upcoming school year. Schedules will be finalized and released for students on Infinite Campus on Monday, August 16, at 4:00 pm.  We also wanted to let you know of a slight shift in the counselor/administrator alphabet. Periodically, our school reviews counselor and administrator caseloads to make sure that students have equal access to the counselors and administrators who help support them. Our counseling department has worked hard to align our practices and establish consistency when working with individual students. Although each student’s situation is unique, we recognize the importance of ensuring equity and following processes and procedures within the school. If your counselor has changed due to the realignment, you can expect the same high-quality service from your new counselor. Here is the new alpha breakdown:

A–Cor  Joanna Berman/Kristen Lewis

Cos–Go  Jen Valenzuela-Sliger/Kristen Lewis

Gp–Lao  Marc Goulet/Melissa Warfield

Lap–Nj  Matt Mowen/Melissa Warfield

Nk–Sen  Andrew Bloom/Scott Cawlfield

Seo–Z  Julie Malkinson/Scott Cawlfield

We hope you have all enjoyed your summer, and we look forward to working with you and your family during this school year. 

—BHS Counseling

Apreciable comunidad de Boulder High School:

¡Bienvenidos al año escolar 2021-2022! Esperamos otro emocionante año escolar, y nos dará mucho gusto oír los pasillos llenos de voces en un par de semanas. Conforme nos preparamos para el regreso de los estudiantes al edificio, estamos atareados en la inscripción de estudiantes nuevos, equilibrando las clases, y finalizando los horarios para el nuevo año escolar. Los horarios serán finalizados y se darán a conocer a los estudiantes en Infinite Campus a las 4:00 p.m. del lunes 16 de agosto. También queríamos informarles un pequeño cambio en la lista de atención que brindarán los consejeros/administradores, de acuerdo con el orden alfabético del apellido del estudiante . Periódicamente, nuestra escuela examina el número de casos asignados a los consejeros y administradores, para asegurar que los estudiantes tengan un acceso equitativo a quienes contribuyen a apoyarlos. Nuestro departamento de consejeros se ha esforzado por alinear nuestras prácticas y asegurar una constancia en el trabajo con los estudiantes. Aunque la situación de cada estudiante es única, los consejeros reconocen la importancia de la equidad, así como de seguir procesos y procedimientos establecidos en la escuela. Dicho esto, si su consejero ha cambiado, debido al reajuste, podrán esperar el mismo servicio de alta calidad de su consejero nuevo. A continuación, figura el nuevo desglose alfabético:

A-Cor - Joanna Berman/Kristen Lewis

Cos-Go - Jen Valenzuela-Sliger/Kristen Lewis

Gp-Lao - Marc Goulet/Melissa Warfield

Lap-Nj - Matt Mowen/Melissa Warfield

Nk-Sen - Andrew Bloom/Scott Cawlfield

Seo-Z - Julie Malkinson/Scott Cawlfield

Esperamos que todos ustedes hayan disfrutado de su verano, y esperamos trabajar con ustedes y sus familias durante el año escolar.

-Los consejeros de BHS

 

Senior Update from Principal Hill

Dear Boulder High School Seniors and Families,

Thank you for another great school year. Despite the many challenges we faced—and those we are still working through—your leadership and partnership have gotten us to the finish line. I can’t tell you how thrilled we are to be able to honor you all next week as we lead up to our commencement ceremony on Saturday morning, May 22. To ensure that everyone continues to be safe and can celebrate at the commencement ceremony, I ask that you read through the information provided and reach out if you have additional questions. 

Prom: Saturday, May 15, 7:00–11:00 pm at the Denver Aquarium

Prom is always an exciting night for our students and families. I want to take some time to encourage our seniors to have an incredible night, but in an alcohol- and drug-free way, and to adhere to all Covid guidelines. We want to ensure the memories created are positive ones that we can all look back on and smile.

By working together, I know that we can keep our students safe while providing a fun, memorable evening. On behalf of Boulder High, I would like to thank you in advance for your continued partnership and support. As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me or any other administrator. 

Graduation: Saturday, May 22, 2021, 8:30 am at Recht Field

We look forward to celebrating the Class of 2021. Over the past few months, the Boulder Valley School District has been in continuous communication with our public health agencies regarding the commencement ceremonies. Our public health partners reviewed our plan to ensure that it aligns with the state’s Outdoor Event Guidance. Next week, we will send additional information concerning parking for graduation as well as other important details. Please note that participants (students, staff, and family members) will not be permitted to attend if they are ill, are quarantined, or have a probable or confirmed case of COVID-19. 

Senior Checkout

Starting Monday, May 17, seniors can pick up their orange Checkout Sheet from the treasurer. To receive your cap and gown on Thursday, May 20, you must complete your Checkout Sheet and have it stamped by the treasurer no later than 2:00 pm on Wednesday, May 19.

Senior Bulletin 

Please see the attached Senior Bulletin. Also, note that the Senior Sunrise is now on Thursday, May 20, at 5:30 am.

Again, next week watch for additional graduation information concerning parking, seating, and other details. As always, please do not hesitate to contact me or any other administrator with questions you may have. On behalf of the Boulder High School staff, we look forward to celebrating the class of 2021.

Sincerely,

James A. Hill, Ed.D

Principal 

CDHE Portal Allows Undocumented College-Bound Colorado Seniors to Apply for State Financial Aid

The Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) has partnered with Regent Education to deliver the Colorado Application for State Financial Aid (CASFA). CASFA is a safe, easy way to apply for state financial aid if you are a Colorado ASSET (Advancing Students for a Stronger Tomorrow) student. Non-U.S. citizen resident and non-resident students can use the CASFA to apply for institutional aid.

Spring 2021 College Rep Visits Are Virtual

All college rep visits will be held virtually on Mondays. To join these meetings, go to your Naviance account. Click on "Colleges>Colleges Home>College Visits." Oftentimes, you will need to register in advance with the college to attend these meetings. You can use the link provided in the College Rep Visits Calendar to register for a visit and view all upcoming visits. Use the Search Calendar function to check for a specific school.

This is a great opportunity for admitted senior students to meet with an admissions rep from a school they've applied to. It's also a chance for juniors to start meeting with reps as they begin their college search.

College Admission in the Era of COVID-19 Presentation

College Admission in the Era of COVID-19 Presentation

Former dean of admission, Peter Van Buskirk, assesses the impact of the current health and economic crises on the college search and selection processes. This district presentation was given on October 26, 2020. Watch it now: College Admission in the Era of COVID-19 Presentation.

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