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


  • Jan 18

    ! Five Guys and Fairview Cheers

    Come to Five Guys on 28th Street in Boulder Wednesday January 18th and support the Fairview Cheers from 5:00 to 9:00! Be sure to mention Fairview Cheers.

  • ! Knight Crew Information Meeting

    Interested in being a knight crew member for the incoming 2017-2018 freshmen class? Join us for an informational meeting Wednesday 1/18/17 during block lunch in the auditorium. We look forward to meeting you!

    Returning knight crew leaders, if you are interested in being a part of our program again next year, please come to our informational meeting Thursday 1/19/17 during block lunch in the science lecture hall.

  • ! Midyear Transcript Requests, Scholarships, Gap Year Info, Travel Opportunities, Tests

    Midyear Transcript Requests, Gap Year Fair, Scholarships, Application Help, ICAP, Travel Opportunities, and Tests. Learn more in depth information on these topics and more on the counseling webpage here!

  • ! An Interactive Presentation - College Admission Process

    Fairview is excited to host an appearance by renowned speaker and former college admissions dean, Peter VanBuskirk! His presentation "*The College Admission Game"* is open to BVSD students of all grades, and is especially recommended for Juniors and their parents. Learn what happens to your application behind closed doors. The presentation is Thursday, February 2 at 6:30pm in the Fairview Auditorium.

  • ! CTE Field Trip & Tour

    Fairview High School students are invited to attend a field trip tour of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center on January 25 at 11:50-3:00 with FHS staff. Students interested in participating need parents or guardians to sign them up on the link. Scroll down to the FHS time spot on the website, to register. Bus transportation is available. The CTE offers tuition free courses to BVSD students during their 10th, 11th and 12th grade years. CTE programs give students an advantage in preparing for college & career. See your FHS counselor for info. Some CTE students can be eligible to earn high school and college credits at the same time, by concurrent enrollment or articulation agreements with local community colleges!
    CTE Programs at the Arapahoe Campus Include:
    +Auto Collision Repair
    +Auto Technician
    +Web and Gaming/Computer Information Systems
    +Criminal Justice/Forensic Technology
    +Career Digital Arts
    +Medical Science
    +Nail Technician
    Parents and guardians are invited to come back with their students to attend the Arapahoe Campus Showcase Night on Thursday January 26, 2017 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at 6600 Arapahoe Road, Boulder to tour our CTE Programs. See a video of CTE here, or visit the website.

    During the school year, transportation is provided from the BVSD high schools to the CTE Center at the Arapahoe Campus.

  • ! Attention Seniors! Thursdays-College App Help in Counseling!

    Every Thursday during CAT time, 11:05-11:45am FHS counselors are in the College & Career Center helping students individually with the admissions process. Do you need help with your college applications? Do you have questions regarding your essays? Would you like help with the Common Application or other college admission issues? Stop in the CCC on Thursday during CAT and find our Fairview Counselors helping students with application details and the admissions process. Hope to see you there!

  • ! Standing Desk Petition

    You’ve all heard that sitting is the new smoking. A growing number of experts, backed by various studies, argue that long-term sitting—sitting too much—is negatively affecting human physiology. From shortening your life to lower back and neck pain, this sedentary lifestyle is a public health crisis. Even for an active individual, the harmful effects of too much sitting can not be reversed by exercising. The obvious remedy is standing during the day and in class. Students must be given the option to stand during the school day via standing desks. If you truly believe that being sedentary is harmful to your health, please say yes in the petition provided below.

    Read more about the benefits of standing desks here.

    Please note that this petition is not intended to revamp all the desks of a Fairview classroom, but to provide the option of a handful of standing desks per classroom for student use.

    Click here to access the petition

    Questions or comments? Contact Ryan Chiem at [email protected]

  • ! Registrations

    What is registration? Registration is the formal process of agreeing to District and School policies and providing necessary information to Fairview for emergency and communication uses. It is not the same as the enrollment or course selection process and is mandatory for all students who attend Fairview.

    All students must register for the 2016-17 school year.

    Click here to access registration.