Fairview High School

Fairview High School

1515 Greenbriar Blvd.
Boulder, CO 80305-7043
(720) 561-3100  –  Main Office
(720) 561-5352  –  Attendance Line/Linea de asistencia

Announcements

  • ! Pennies for Patients

    As part of our annual Pennies for Patients Fundraiser to support the Leukemia Lymphoma Society (LLS), National Honor Society is hosting a restaurant week on 29th Street. Enjoy a nice night out while supporting this cause! Please mention FHS National Honor Society when you check out, and the money will go toward LLS. On the left is a flyer with more information on specific dates and times. Questions, email Stephanie Zhang, [email protected]

    Hope to see you there!


  • ! Informational Meeting for Prospective NHS Members

    Are you interested in joining NHS? Meet us in Room 844 on either Wednesday, February 28th or Thursday, March 1st during CAT/Block Lunch for an informational meeting! Contact [email protected] if you have any questions.

  • ! The Redesign is OUT!

    The new mobile site, the new desktop site, the new everything. We’re honored to finally release the Redesign.

    We’ve spent countless hours meticulously fixing every single bug we could find, but we know there are probably tons of them scattered all over the place. If you find absolutely anything or want to tell us about the smallest detail we should update, please leave us feedback using the widget in the bottom right once you’re in the redesign. It’s in beta for a reason!

    You can use the icon on the top right to switch both in and out of the redesign. If there’s a bug that blocks you from doing an action or seeing content, you can report it and switch to the old design.

    Keep in mind that what makes this redesign special isn't just what you see on your computer, but also what you see on your phone. Make sure to switch to switch into our optional beta there as well!

    We hope you enjoy our beta!
    -Web Team

    Update 2/16 - We've fixed the issue regarding calendar events not showing up on the Redesign. Thank you again for your patience and feedback!

    Click here to view our complete changelog and see if we've fixed your issue yet!

    Thank you so much for all of your feedback!

  • ! College Planning for Juniors Presentation, Spring College Application & More!

    See information about College Planning for FHS Juniors on March 19 at , a STEM college fair and learn more about course selection, and other topics by visiting the counseling office webpage here!.

  • ! Seniors, register to vote!

    To register to vote — or check your registration status — please go to http://govotecolorado.com. When you finish, please take this short survey (https://goo.gl/forms/aqfywJrndPTFXvAp1) so that we can track our progress toward meeting our goal of registering 95% of the Senior class!

  • Feb 15

    ! Spring SAT, PSAT 10, PSAT 9, and CMAS State Test Information

    State Testing Information April 10 & 11, 2018 - 9th, 10th & 11th Grades

    Information for students and parents in 11th grade only: On April 10, all 11th grade juniors are to take the SAT. The result of this test is a college reportable score. Information on this test is available from the Colorado Department of Education site here: https://www.cde.state.co.us/communications/psat-sat

    Students may practice for free, online, for the SAT here https://www.khanacademy.org/sat. Parent information regarding the free practice online is available here: https://www.khanacademy.org/resources/parents-mentors-1/helping-your-child/a/parents-guide-to-official-sat-practice



    Information for families of 9th and 10th grade: On April 11, 9th and 10th graders will be taking the PSAT 9 and PSAT 10. These are not college reportable scores. For more information visit: https://www.cde.state.co.us/communications/psat-sat and https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/pdf/colorado-psat-assessments-benefits-flyer.pdf

    As provided for in state law and district policy, parents may excuse their students from taking CMAS and state college preparatory and college admissions examinations. Contact Rose Lupinacci ([email protected] or 720-561-5342) if you are considering excusing your student from specific state tests, so that you may make an informed decision with regard to the impact non-participation may have on your school and district.

    11th Grade CMAS science test is given on April 23. 11th grade students taking the CMAS science test must arrive at Fairview at 8:00am, testing begins at 8:15. For information about the CMAS parents and students should see the Colorado Department of Education website here. See the CMAS testing schedule here, 11th grade students taking CMAS should be at school at 8:00, all students not taking CMAS on April 23 have a late start at 11:40am. See additional CMAS information below.

    For more information, please contact Rose Lupinacci at [email protected] or call 720-561-5342.

  • ! SAT Schedule on April 10-----PSAT 9 &10 Schedule on April 11

    **Tuesday, April 10, 2018** **Wednesday, April 11, 2018**
    **SAT (11th grade only)** **PSAT 9 / PSAT 10 (9th, 10th grades)**
    Student must arrive on time: Testing doors close at 8:15am Student must arrive on time: Testing doors close at 8:15am
    12:30 SAT concludes 11:00 PSAT 9 Test concludes - 9th graders dismissed
    1:40 SAT Essay Test concludes 12:00 PSAT 10 Test concludes - 10th graders dismissed
    ***No school for 9th, 10th and 12th grades*** ***No school for 11th and 12th grades***
    Students with extended time on SAT will have different dismissal times Students with extended time on the SAT may need this morning to complete the SAT.
    Students with extended time on PSAT 9 or PSAT 10 will have different dismissal times
  • ! CMAS test for 11th Grade April 23

    The 11th grade CMAS Science Test is administered on April 23rd. 11th graders taking the test must arrive at Fairview at 8:00, testing will begin at 8:15. For information about the CMAS science test see the CDE Website here. All students not taking the CMAS have a late start school day. Please see the school day schedule for CMAS and other classes on April 23 & April 24 here.

    As provided for in state law and district policy, parents may excuse their students from taking CMAS and state college preparatory and college admissions examinations. Contact Rose Lupinacci ([email protected] or 720-561-5342) if you are considering excusing your student from specific state tests, so that you may make an informed decision with regard to the impact non-participation may have on your school and district.

    All of these tests are state assessments, meaning your student does not need to sign up for them.
    The CMAS testing start and end times are here. The cafeteria is open on test days. Breakfast will be served at the regular time (7:45 am) and lunch is available in the cafeteria at 11:00-11:30 on April 23rd and 11:40-12:50 on April 24th. Families with additional questions please contact Rose Lupinacci at [email protected] or call 720-561-5342

  • ! Seniors! Mid year transcripts are available.

    Seniors, forms to send your mid - year transcripts, 1st semster grades to your colleges, are available in the counseling office.
    If your applications require these mid year transcripts, please visit the counseling office for a yellow mid-year transcript request form.
    These are $2 per transcript. See Sharyn, or Jill in the counseling office

  • ! Honor Council Survey

    Any instance of academic malpractice may be reported here (cheating, issues of academic integrity). Do not report any names, rather report the behavior observed. In this way, the reporting survey is not meant to target individuals partaking in these actions, but to provide teachers with a better understanding of the types of cheating occurring within their classes. All submissions are anonymous.

  • ! Locker Requests

    Locker requests will be taken beginning May 1. The deadline to request a locker has been moved to May 27. If you are unable to sign up for a locker by that time, students can request a locker during the first week of school in the fall.