Choosing Classes - START HERE
Fairview students have a wide variety of course options and ways in which they can be taken in order to fulfill graduation requirements and prepare for post-secondary education. Use the questions below to guide you in your course selection process. You will want to work with your counselor, teachers, and parents in making the final decisions.
High school credit can be earned in the over 170 Fairview classes as well as off campus (vocational training, Front Range CC, CU campus) or online. Find out the specifics here.
All Fairview High students must meet the BVSD requirements outlined. Click here to find out exactly what. Note that CU requires more classes for admission than what BVSD requires to graduate.
Find out what classes you’ll need for admission into an in-state or out-of-state public or private four-year university. The more competitive the college, the higher the number and level of classes needed. Did you know the CA universities require two consecutive semesters of art?
If you're looking for challenging classes and aiming for admission to the most competitive colleges, then you should consider taking Advanced Placement (AP) and/or International Baccalaureate (IB) classes through the Fairview Honors Program. Find out what this entails here.
4-year course planning?
From 8th through 11th grades, Fairview counselors will guide you through the process of choosing core and elective classes based on your desired academic rigor, interests, and future plans. Find out more about this planning process here.
support is available?
Fairview offers numerous options for students to receive academic support. Every student has access to their teachers, counselors, Student Achievement Center, Special Education Department (for students with an IEP), plus outside tutors. Click here for details.