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New Vista is a public high school that is 100% open enrolled. To apply for the 2023-'24 school year, click here between November 1, 2022 and January 4, 2023.  

Discover New Vista’s personalized learning model with a foundation in an engaging curriculum, high academic expectations, real world experience, and a community that values all individuals.

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Welcome to New Vista High School!  
New Vista is a diverse, supportive and respectful community of learners. 
The school combines the creativity and commitment of teachers,
parents and students with the resources of the broader community.
New Vista creates an environment in which excitement about learning enables
students to achieve high levels of skill and knowledge.
We encourage and support student self-determination and achievement
with the school and beyond.

Learn more about our school:

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Open Enrollment
Aug. 17 Back to School Schedule

Governor Polis Speaks to New Vista

Why New Vista?

Community of Excellence

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Learning happens here

Ready for the World

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We're here to support your student

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Superintendent Rob Anderson

Welcome Back to School, BVSD! Every new school year is filled with opportunity. I am exceptionally excited to not only welcome students and staff back to class this fall, but to see what they accomplish during the 2022-2023 school year.

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Welcome back BVSD families! We are excited to welcome our students and are hopeful to start this school year with a more typical health outlook.  

Although there continues to be COVID-19 infections in our communities, due to the protective factors of vaccination (BVSD COVID vaccine data) and prior infections, the majority of individuals are not experiencing severe illness or hospitalization. And, as we begin the transition from pandemic COVID to more routine communicable disease control methods, how we handle COVID-19 in school will change too.