Fairview High School


  • ! 2015-16 Registration


    Please note: Parents do not need to attend during assigned registration times unless online registration has not been completed.

    All students for the school year 2015-16 are required to complete registration. Registration occurs on the following dates for the grade levels indicated. There will not be a make-up registration. Students who attend registration before the date assigned will be unable to get their “Classes Assigned List”. Students not attending registration will be unable to get their “Classes Assigned List”, may lose space in the electives they have chosen, will not have a Student ID, which is necessary to check out books, and will have their BVSD internet access removed.

    Enter through the outside Athletic door between the main and small gyms – to the right of the staff “horseshoe” parking and the front of the building.

    Grade Level Day Time
    Incoming Seniors Friday, 05/22 11:30 - 3:30 PM
    Incoming Juniors Tuesday, 05/26 11:30 - 3:30 PM
    Incoming Sophomores Wednesday, 05/27 11:30 - 3:30 PM
    Incoming Freshmen Wednesday, 05/27 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    OR Thursday, 05/28 4:00 - 6:00 PM

    Online registration forms should be completed by both parents and students prior to your assigned registration date/time. Students and parents who do not have internet access can complete the process at FHS during their registration time.

    Click here to access registration.

  • ! Spring Finals Schedule 2015

    The finals schedule for spring 2015 is as shown below. Each day will follow this schedule:

    • 8:05 – 9:25 AM — Tutoring time / Makeup testing
    • 9:30 – 11:30 AM — Testing Block #1
    • 11:30 – 12:25 PM — Lunch Block
    • 12:30 – 2:30 PM — Testing Block #2

    Tests will take place in the following order:

    Day Test 1 Test 2
    Memorial Day 05/25 - -
    Tuesday 05/26 Period 1 Period 8
    Wednesday 05/27 Period 2 Period 7
    Thursday 05/28 Period 3 Period 6
    Friday 05/29 Period 4 Period 5

    Any tests that need to be scheduled outside the assigned time must be pre-scheduled with your student’s teacher.

  • ! Summer Reading Lists

    Summer reading requirement lists have been released for the upcoming 2015-16 school year. The following classes will have required summer reading:

    • IB/AP Language Arts (all grade levels)
    • IB/AP Spanish 5
    • IB Latin (multiple grades)
    • IB History of the Americas (12th grade)
    • AP US History (11th grade)
    • IB/AP Chemistry
    • IB Film

    The full list of classes and required reading can be found on the here.

  • ! Thank you to School Store and exam proctor volunteers!

    Fairview is fortunate to have the very best support parents in the entire state (and likely the country)! We love our parent volunteers because your involvement makes Fairview a special place. We thank all of our volunteers, but we are now giving a special thank you to all of our School Store and exam proctor volunteers. We could not have made it through the year, especially these last few weeks without you. On behalf of the Fairview faculty, please accept our heart-felt thank you for your time, energy, quick-thinking, and selfless contributions.

    Please navigate to the Honors Program webpage to see the long list of dedicated parents.

  • ! IB/AP Exams

    IB and AP exams have concluded! Congratulations to all test-takers. Exam scores (IB and AP) are released around the 5th of July.

  • ! Benjamin Tarasewicz | TEDxCU

    One of our seniors Benjamin Tarasewicz, recently spoke at TEDxCU. His twelve-minute speech has already touched the hearts of hundreds, and we'd love your help in spreading his universal message of compassion.

    TEDxCU | Breaking Barriers of Autism: The Power of Kindness and Friendship

    Benjamin was also interviewed by Colorado Public Radio's Ryan Warner, which focused on the special perspective brought on by living with autism. Click here to view/listen.

  • ! Yearbooks

    Yearbooks for the 2015-16 school year are being sold at in-person registration. Please bring cash or a check. Yearbooks are 70 dollars or 75 dollars with a nameplate.

    If you are unsure if you bought a 2014-15 yearbook please come by the senior balcony next to the treasurer and pick up your or buy one. The last day to do so is tomorrow, Friday 22nd.

  • ! BVSD CTE Enrollment

    New! CTE is now allowing Sophomore Enrollment for Fall 2015!

    BVSD High School students are eligible to enroll in tuition free courses at the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center. In past years, only juniors and seniors were eligible to attend programs at the CTE Center. However, in the fall of 2015/16, programs will be available for students starting their sophomore year. Take advantage of this great opportunity, as CTE programs prepare students for college and career readiness.

    Prerequisites: Students will need to complete Algebra 1A and 1B and Language Arts 9A and 9B in order to be eligible.

    Transportation is provided from the home high schools to the CTE Center at the Arapahoe Campus. Buses are available to and from Boulder H.S., Broomfield H.S., Centaurus H.S., Fairview H.S., Monarch H.S., New Vista H.S., and Nederland H.S.

    Please click here for the CTE Enrollment Request Form.

    2015-2016 CTE Programs:
    Link to CTE Course Details

    • AutoRepair 1
    • Tire & Wheel
    • Welding
    • * Web & Gaming Applications
    • * Computer Info Systems
    • * Criminal Justice (weighted)
    • * Forensics Technology (weighted)
    • * Digital Photography, Design & Video Technology
    • * Multimedia Design, Animation, Videography and 3D Tech
    • * Urban Agriculture (Horticulture)
    • * Greenhouse (Horticulture)
    • Medical Science 1
    • Nursing Assistant
    • ProStart 1 & 2 (Culinary Program)
    • Esthetician
    • Hairstyling 1 & 2
    • Nail Technician

    *Courses earn college credit and have a prerequisite of completing the College Now enrollment forms. Students earn high school and college credits at the same time! Please click here for the College NOW Enrollment Form.

    Depending on course choices, these programs also give students BVSD credit in Technical Writing (L.A.), Communications (L.A.), Botany or Anatomy & Physiology (Science).