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

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

Dear Students and Parents of the Class of 2025,

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 2021–22 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 2021–22

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. If you need assistance with your student IC account, contact rebecca.vancura@bvsd.org on or after August 10. Parents can contact theresa.vanzante@bvsd.org for help with the IC parent portal. 

Freshman Check-in: August 9, 8:30 am–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. The make-up Check-in Day will be Tuesday, August 17 (time TBA), for those who cannot attend on August 9. More information ... 

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 18, 8:30 am

Mark your calendar! Freshman Orientation is Wednesday, August 18. 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 3:50 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).  

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. Link to the May 24, 2021, Panther Post.

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 2025! 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. Registration for this team ended May 21 but is extended for incoming freshmen and new students.

  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 Bishop ryan.bishop@bvsd.org. This program starts June 1 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: Although we are not able to meet with you in person, many of our programs have started their off-seasons. 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