If you wish to enroll in a school other than your neighborhood school at the next level, you need to submit an OE application during the Open Enrollment window of November 1, 2020, to January 6, 2021 at 4pm.
Broomfield High School
Broomfield High School is a school within the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD). Located in Broomfield, Colorado, this tuition-free co-educational public school serves approximately 1,570 diverse students in grades 9-12.
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The challenge for schools today is to meet the needs of students for tomorrow – to ready our youth for living and working beyond high school in a world that will be different from both the present and past.
We believe the high school experience is a vital, transitional stage in students’ lives as they move from adolescence into adulthood. During this time, skills, attitudes, and aspirations for life are forming. Our mission at Broomfield High School is to further develop the intellectual, vocational, creative, aesthetic, and physical capabilities of our students. Our commitment is to: provide the best possible learning opportunities for students; help students develop the knowledge, skills, and responsibility needed for a changing world beyond the high school years; and assist students in their emotional and social growth. We believe that a quality staff is the key to providing quality education. We are dedicated to the development of professional and personal skills of all of our staff members. We encourage the cooperation and involvement of parents and other community members in our educational process
BVSD has updated the time of the food bag distributions. Bags will still be distributed on Mondays, but now from 10:30am-1:30pm.
Attention athletes: CHSAA has created a new sports calendar for the 2020-2021 school year. Rather than the traditional three-season calendar, there are now four: A, B, C, & D. Read more...
Tonight, during our Board of Education meeting it was announced that the Boulder Valley School District will move to remote learning, starting next week.
As you likely have heard by now, Boulder and Broomfield counties have moved to a more restrictive level on the State of Colorado’s COVID-19 Dial. As of today, Friday, November 6, they are both in Safer at Home: Level Orange - High Risk.
This week we welcomed back the last wave of students for in-person learning. It has been great to see students back in our buildings, getting direct support from their teachers, interacting with their friends, and simply being kids again. We are, however, tracking some concerning data when it comes to COVID-19 cases in our community and state.