! It's About Time for a Redesign
Web Team has been hard at work over the past year to completely redesign fairviewhs.org into a cleaner-looking, mobile-friendly, and modern design. On 1/22, we will release an optional beta to let you test out the new site, find bugs, and give us feedback!DaysHoursMinutesSeconds
UPDATE: 1/21: Looks like we're ahead of schedule, and want to get some sleep; we'll be releasing the redesign at 10:00pm on Sunday, January 21st!
! Vape (E-cigarettes) Information Night For Parents
We will be hosting a panel discussion of local experts to discuss the national teen issue around this topic. Weds, January 24 at 7PM in the Fairview Auditorium
! Discover Medicine Club
Are you are interested in pursuing a medical field in the future, finding opportunities in local hospitals, or listening to doctors speak about their career? Then join the new club, Discover Medicine, in the upper science lecture hall, room 425, on January 18th during block lunch. There will be free food and we will have a CU prehealth student panel come in to talk about their experiences at the second meeting. If you have any more questions, please feel free to contact us at [email protected] or you can visit our website.
! Updated Transcript Requests, Schedule Adjustments, College App Help & More!
See information about first semester grades for transcripts and learn more about schedules, financial aid, and other topics by visiting the counseling office webpage here!.
! Seniors, register to vote!
! 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.
! Spring SAT, PSAT 10, PSAT 9 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. As a state assessment, all juniors are pre-registered for the SAT alone, with no essay, and there is no cost for this test. Families have the option to add the essay to the April 10 test for free. Families who want to add the essay option must go to Collegeboard.org, and log in to their student’s account, and add the essay option. Adding the essay is only open through your student’s online college board account, and the registration window to request the essay portion of the test is January 16 - February 14. Information on the optional essay can be seen here: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/inside-the-test/essay Students with a current College Board (PSAT or SAT) account will be able to log into College Board as of Jan. 16th and register for the essay. There will be a register for essay/add optional essay link once the student has logged in. New students: If your student enrolled in Fairview High as an 11th grader, after October 2nd and cannot find account information, please call the College Board at 866-917-9030. Students who cannot remember their username/login, or are uncertain of whether they have an account can follow the forgot username process on https://www.collegeboard.org/. If they are unable to successfully log in or change password, please have them call 866-917-9030. Fairview can also assist you and your student with accessing your account. Please contact Cecily Breit in the main office, Sharyn Corson, or Jill Pries in the counseling office. 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 CMAS Science Assessments will be administered to 11th graders in April. We will be giving you updates on this assessment at a later date.
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 and there is not an essay option with these assessments. For more information visit: https://www.cde.state.co.us/communications/psat-sat