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Thank you to all who voted YES on 5A!  For the first time ever, New Vista will have a brand new home of our own!  Stay tuned for more info coming soon!

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.

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The Board of Education is pleased to announce the dates of the community interest sessions for those interested in running for the school board. We will be hosting three sessions this month and all events will be held at the BVSD Education Center, 6500 Arapahoe in Boulder. 

Facilities team members provide authentic expertise and experiences for TEC students

One morning this past fall, Boulder TEC students gathered for a not-so-typical lesson in plumbing. Instead of happening in the Construction Trades classroom at Boulder TEC, the lesson took place at Boulder High’s Recht Field and was led by BVSD’s lead plumber Ted Burke. The experience was part of an innovative program that took advantage of BVSD’s in-house construction trades expertise and a district-wide inventory of facilities to provide authentic, work-based learning experiences for TEC students.