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Fairview High School

Established in 1960, Fairview High School, home of the Knights, is located in beautiful south Boulder. Recognized nationally for its excellence, we offer students a variety of rich academic pathways. With a variety of clubs, sports, technology, and arts programs, Fairview fosters a sense of community, supports diversity, and encourages all students to find their place and thrive.

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Fairview News

Please follow the directions carefully to ensure ordering and receipt of the proper exams.


1) Students, please click on this link and complete the forms CAREFULLY (this is the link to RevTrak). Payment is made at the same RevTrak link when you
complete this form.


For scholarship information, please contact your counselor or fhs.ib@bvsd.org

Parents, please check with your student to make sure that you are ordering the correct exam(s).

Please click below for complete instructions

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LINKS ARE NOT ACTIVE. We are sending this so you are informed of the plans and can make sure your RevTrak is up and running before August. A reminder email will be sent to rising seniors and their families on August 1.

 

Senior Parking Permits will be available to purchase on Wednesday, August 17 @ 7:30 pm. Senior Permits are only available for purchase by seniors in the class of 2023.

School Calendar

Yom Kippur Eve
all day
SAC Meeting
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Speech and Debate Practice
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600 Hallway
FET with Manuel Gomez Solera
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Supporters of Fairview IB
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Speech and Debate Practice
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600 Hallway
Homecoming Assembly (check time)
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Football Homecoming Game
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FHS Homecoming Dance
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District PD Day No Students
all day

School District News

Protect your everyday: See Something? Say Something

The Boulder Valley School District and its partners in law enforcement take threats to schools and tips of suspicious activity extremely seriously. All tips and threats are thoroughly investigated along with law enforcement, as required to protect our community and students.

Construction

This fall, BVSD voters will cast ballots on a $350 million bond-funded school building investment program that will create flexible, industry-inspired learning environments at secondary schools to give students the skills and experience they need to confidently transition into today’s dynamic worlds of work or college.

SourcesTraining

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness month, and one way BVSD is helping to support our student’s emotional health is through Sources of Strength. This month, BVSD held its annual training for students to help them recognize their own strengths, and build coping strategies and support networks via BVSD’s ‘Sources of Strength’ program trainings.

“Perfect Timing”: Monarch High Launches Student Wellness Center

Monarch High students, staff and families have been living in challenging times. The school serves the most impacted families in the district (200+) affected by the devastating Marshall Fire in December, which came within feet of the school and burned hundreds of homes just across the street. Like many in our BVSD community, the effects from the stress of living through the pandemic and the impacts of the fires have spotlighted the need to focus on student wellness. 

Superior Elementary designated a 2022 National Blue Ribbon School

Congratulations to Superior Elementary School which has been designated an Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Secretary of Education.. Superior is one of 297 schools in the nation and one of four schools from Colorado to be recognized in 2022.