Fairview High School

General Announcements

Knight of Transition is TONIGHT for incoming 9th graders and transfer students for 2020-2021

If you are a Rising 9th Grader and live in Fairview's attendance area, or have been offered enrollment to Fairview through Open Enrollment for next... (see more)

If you are a Rising 9th Grader and live in Fairview's attendance area, or have been offered enrollment to Fairview through Open Enrollment for next fall, please join us on Wednesday February 19 for Knight of Transition. On that evening, you will hear from the Principal and have an opportunity to tour the school, visit our club fair, speak briefly with teachers, meet with representatives of our Honors program, and learn about the various opportunities available at FHS.
5:30pm - students with last names beginning A-M 6:30pm - students with last names beginning N-Z

Please keep in mind doors to the first session close promptly at 5:30; if you are not inside the auditorium by that time, you will be invited to attend the second session which starts at 6:30pm.

Families may park in spots designated "Visitor", in the Senior Parking lot on the soutwest side of the school, or on Greenbriar Boulevard. Please DO NOT park in spots marked "Reserved/Permit Only" as those spaces must remain open to our staff for the evening's activities.

2020 Graduation

Sunday, May 17, 2020 at 12 pm Please click the "Calendar" link above for more details. Go to May 17th or search "graduation." (see more)

Sunday, May 17, 2020 at 12 pm Please click the "Calendar" link above for more details. Go to May 17th or search "graduation."

IMPORTANT REMINDERS ABOUT FORMING CLUBS!

Each club must renew their applications at the start of the new school year. You are not considered an official club for 2019-20 until you have su... (see more)

Each club must renew their applications at the start of the new school year. You are not considered an official club for 2019-20 until you have submitted your application with a sponsor signature and your application has been approved by Mr. Sutter. Until that time, you may not meet on school property or hang flyers inside the school.

To verify approval of your club, please visit the FHS website. If you see your club listed under Clubs & Activities, you have been approved.

Please see Ms. Breit in the admin offices for more information.

May Day Knight Crew Training- April 24

Knight Crew May Day Training April 24 8:15 am-3 pm Small Gym (see more)

Knight Crew May Day Training April 24 8:15 am-3 pm Small Gym

IB and AP Test Proctors Needed in May

Please email or call the Honors Office to volunteer for testing in May: [email protected] or 720-561-5868. To view the test schedule, go to this Test... (see more)

Please email or call the Honors Office to volunteer for testing in May: [email protected] or 720-561-5868. To view the test schedule, go to this Test Schedule LINK. We have over 1,500 tests to administer. The Fairview Honors Program relies on parents who give their time to proctor.

We depend on volunteers!

No experience is necessary

You cannot proctor an exam your student is taking

Morning proctors arrive at 7:00 am

Afternoon proctors arrive at 11:15 am

Most exams are a 4 hour commitment

The proctor to student ratio is 1/25 so new proctors may want to sign up for larger exams with many proctors

There will be a proctor training in late April

Thank you!

IB and AP/Honors Program Annual Pledge Drive

To the many families who have already contributed to our annual pledge drive, thank you! If you haven’t yet made a donation to the Supporters of ... (see more)

To the many families who have already contributed to our annual pledge drive, thank you!

If you haven’t yet made a donation to the Supporters of Fairview IB/Honors Program, it’s not too late! If your child participates in any part of the program (Pre-IB, full IB, AP/IB, just one class, or many), please consider making a donation. Your donation will support scholarships, testing administration, classroom materials, and teacher training. The quickest and safest way to make a donation is via Paypal by clicking on this LINK. SFIB is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Hello Fairview Class of 1980! It’s been 40 years.

Come and celebrate at our Reunion Weekend — August 7th - 9th, 2020. We have lots of great things planned and can't wait to see you! Visit our webs... (see more)

Come and celebrate at our Reunion Weekend — August 7th - 9th, 2020. We have lots of great things planned and can't wait to see you! Visit our website: https://fairview1980.myevent.com/ Or our FaceBook Page: https://fb.me/FHS1980Reunion

Alumni Transcript Requests

Please complete all requested information and be sure to print clearly. A fee of $2.00 is assessed for each transcript requested. Make the check ... (see more)

Please complete all requested information and be sure to print clearly. A fee of $2.00 is assessed for each transcript requested. Make the check or money order payable to: Fairview High School OR make your payment online at Fairviewhs.org, click online payments, click additional items/events, click transcripts and enter payment. Please mail this request with payment to the address provided on the form, or email the request with a copy of your online payment receipt to: [email protected] If necessary you may fax your request to: Fairview Counseling Office - 720.561.5333 (If faxing, please include an image of your online payment receipt) Find Alumni Transcript Request Form Here

FHS-BHS After Prom Committee

FHS-BHS After Prom Saturday, April 25, 2020 - 11:30 pm until 4:00 am East Boulder Community Center FHS-BHS After Prom is a community sponsore... (see more)

FHS-BHS After Prom Saturday, April 25, 2020 - 11:30 pm until 4:00 am

East Boulder Community Center

FHS-BHS After Prom is a community sponsored, safe, substance-free and fun filled evening following the Boulder High and Fairview High School Proms, including food, casino, prizes, games and more! Hosted by FHS-BHS After Prom Inc., a nonprofit organization, made up of parents from the Fairview and Boulder High School. Our goal is to provide students with a safe, substance-free and memorable After Prom experience! 1,400+ juniors and seniors from Boulder and Fairview High Schools will be in attendance.

How You Can Help

Donate - We need to raise approximately $50,000 to cover event expenses including food, music, activities, prizes, and decor.

Volunteer - We need 200+ volunteers to help with pre-event set up, food, games, prizes, check-in, and clean up after the event.

Visit www.fhsbhsafterprom.org for more information, to donate and to sign up to volunteer

PE Waivers at Fairview HS

PE waivers are not a guarantee and should not be included in graduation planning. Students have 4 years to meet the graduation requirement of 15 P... (see more)

PE waivers are not a guarantee and should not be included in graduation planning. Students have 4 years to meet the graduation requirement of 15 PE credits earned. If scheduling or other circumstances do not allow a student to complete the requirement in classes, his/her CHSAA approved FHS sports can be considered for up to 10 waived credits toward the 15 required PE credits for graduation. PE credit is not earned.

If a student earns 15 credits in the classroom, they will not receive waived credit regardless of the number of sports he/she successfully participated in. If a student athlete earns 5-10 credits in class, the FHS coach approved roster will be reviewed to waive 5-10 credits, not to exceed 15 total PE credits. Transcript entries for waived PE credit will be made after a student's Junior year.

Participation in FHS sports is not required; attendance for each sport is not required and sports take place outside of the school day, therefore student athletes do not receive PE Credit and students are still required to earn 220 credits to graduate. Refer to BVSD Policy IKF.

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Special Announcements

2020 Seniors: Graduation Speaker Tryouts!

2020 Seniors: Graduation Speaker Tryouts! 1ST ROUND- MARCH 11TH & 12TH SEMI-FINALS- MARCH 18TH & 19TH BLOCK LUNCH, SCIENCE HALL (12:10-... (see more)

2020 Seniors: Graduation Speaker Tryouts!

1ST ROUND- MARCH 11TH & 12TH

SEMI-FINALS- MARCH 18TH & 19TH

BLOCK LUNCH, SCIENCE HALL

(12:10-12:45)

LINK AT CLINK

Speeches should be less than 2 minutes, you must have 2 PRINTED copies of your speech, and you can have groups of up to 2 people. IF THE SPOTS FILL UP YOU CAN STILL SIGN UP FOR THE WAITLIST. IF ANYONE CANCELS YOU WILL BE NEXT IN LINE. PEOPLE OFTEN CANCEL SO THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE YOU COULD STILL TRY OUT!

CMAS TEST SCHEDULE- APRIL 1ST & 2ND

Wednesday, April 1st (No regular classes) 8:30- 11:30- CMAS Science tests- 11th graders only 11:30- 12:15- Lunch 12:15-3:45- All student Extended A... (see more)

Wednesday, April 1st (No regular classes) 8:30- 11:30- CMAS Science tests- 11th graders only 11:30- 12:15- Lunch 12:15-3:45- All student Extended Access/Tutor time

Thursday, April 2nd (Regular classes) Regular 8 period day (no block no CAT)

SAT/PSAT SCHEDULE- APRIL 13-16

SAT/PSAT Schedule Monday, April 13th(Classes for ALL Students) Regular 8 period day Tuesday, April 14th (No Regular Classes) SAT and SAT with Ess... (see more)

SAT/PSAT Schedule

Monday, April 13th(Classes for ALL Students) Regular 8 period day

Tuesday, April 14th (No Regular Classes) SAT and SAT with Essay- 11th graders only

Wednesday, April 15th (No Regular Classes) PSAT 9 and PSAT 10- 9th and 10th graders only

Thursday, April, 16th (Classes for ALL Students) Regular 8 period day

Friday, April 17th and Monday, April 20 (No Regular Classes) No School for all students and staff- Teacher exchange days

No School April 17th and 20th

Friday, April 17th and Monday, April 20 No School for all students and staff- Teacher exchange days (see more)

Friday, April 17th and Monday, April 20 No School for all students and staff- Teacher exchange days

2020-2021 SENIOR PARKING: IMPORTANT INFORMATION!

Senior Parking permits for the 2020-2021 school year will go on sale in April or early May. Check back here in March for more information. In the... (see more)

Senior Parking permits for the 2020-2021 school year will go on sale in April or early May. Check back here in March for more information. In the meantime, please keep the following in mind:

Students MUST have a valid driver's license if purchasing a permit; students without a driver's license will not be allowed to purchase and will be added to the wait list.

We will not accept checks or cash as payment for senior lot permits. All purchases must be done through RevTrak.

Students will be asked to pay for the permit on RevTrak prior to turning in any paperwork. RevTrak will allow sales only for the designated number of spots released. If on the day of the sale you are unable to complete your purchase through RevTrak, that means the permits have already sold out. Paperwork will only be provided to students who have successfully purchased the permit on RevTrak.

The permit contract paperwork changes EVERY YEAR. Please do not search the website for previous years' contracts and attempt to turn that in. Only the 20-21 contract will be accepted; contracts will be handed out only to students who have successfully purchase the permit on RevTrak.

CONGRATS TO THE MOCK TRIAL TEAM

On February 8, 2020 Fairview placed first in the regional tournament. This marks the eighth time that the Mock Trial team has finished first in th... (see more)

On February 8, 2020 Fairview placed first in the regional tournament. This marks the eighth time that the Mock Trial team has finished first in the region since its inception in 2010. This year's win is particularly notable. In a team with twelve members, six members are brand new to the program and five returning members are in new roles this year. While many schools participating in Mock Trial have varsity, JV, and even freshman teams, Fairview's team was able to place first with only one team. Coming in second and third place in the tournament were Boulder's A team and Niwot's A team respectively.

All three teams will head to the State Tournament in Golden on March 13th and 14th.

2020 Mock Trial Team

IB Program Volunteers Needed

Parents needed to work the IB Store one afternoon a month! A fun way to see students in their day to day environment and a great opportunity to sel... (see more)

Parents needed to work the IB Store one afternoon a month! A fun way to see students in their day to day environment and a great opportunity to sell them fresh baked cookies and other delicious snacks. Please contact the IB Office: [email protected] or call 720-561-5868.

FAIRVIEW SPORTS BOOSTER STORE

THINK SPIRIT WEAR...VOLUNTEERING Where else can you buy/sell school spirit wear, and volunteer all at the same time? We're open day time hours on... (see more)

THINK SPIRIT WEAR...VOLUNTEERING

Where else can you buy/sell school spirit wear, and volunteer all at the same time? We're open day time hours on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and many evening events. The more volunteers we have, the more we can extend hours. 100% of sale profits goes to our kids' teams. Contact Michelle Carpenter at [email protected] or text 303-241-6669 and join the volunteer team. (https://bvsd.helpatschools.com/schools/43/pages/home) No time to volunteer? That's okay. You can support the school athletic department with your spirit wear purchase as well. We take cash, check and cards.

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