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NMSHS College Financial Aid Night
Come learn the foundations of college financing including FAFSA, the CSS profile, as well as merit, academic and need based financial aid offered at colleges; and private scholarships.
Monday, October 10 @ 7:00pm in the school library.
The PSAT/NMSQT can qualify 11th graders for the National Merit Scholarship Program and other scholarships.
Stop by the main office for a registration form. Sign ups are due Oct 7, 2022
You’ll need to join your class section online in order to register for the exam. Your school’s AP coordinator will order your exam materials and collect all fees.
This is the slideshow presentation which covers the college application process, letters of rec, and Naviance document management.
Register for college fairs at Monarch HS, Faith Christian HS and the Denver Coliseum.
There are several scholarships now taking applicants. Be aware of of the application deadlines!
In support of safe practices, all BVSD schools participate in safety drills each semester. Drills are an excellent opportunity to practice not only the prepared protocols, but to consider actions for different, unplanned situations.
The Boulder Valley School District was one of the first school districts in Colorado to distribute lifesaving doses of Naloxone (also known as Narcan) to all of its schools and to BVSD security staff. As opioid overdoses continue to rise, especially among teens, more and more schools in Colorado and across the nation are following BVSD’s example.
The Boulder Valley School District and its partners in law enforcement take threats to schools and tips of suspicious activity extremely seriously. All tips and threats are thoroughly investigated along with law enforcement, as required to protect our community and students.
4.6 million American children live in homes with guns that are both loaded and unlocked. As a result, firearms are the leading cause of death for American children and teens. Through a few simple steps, we can keep our kids safe.
This fall, BVSD voters will cast ballots on a $350 million bond-funded school building investment program that will create flexible, industry-inspired learning environments at secondary schools to give students the skills and experience they need to confidently transition into today’s dynamic worlds of work or college.