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Open Enrollment at New Vista

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N​​​ew Vista is a School of Choice and is 100% Open Enrolled.

Students who are interested in attending New Vista must first apply
 through the Open Enrollment process and have an interview with one of our faculty or administrators.​​​ 
Please click HERE to apply!


New Vista accepts current 9th and 10th graders as transfer students. 
Due to the nature of our program, students who are current juniors or seniors are no longer eligible to transfer.



 Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Now that our family has submitted our application through Open Enrollment, what's next?
A:  If your family applied by the Open Enrollment deadline, expect to receive a letter via email or US Mail from the Open Enrollment office on or around Feb. 1.  Please make sure you add bvsd.campus.messenger@bvsd.org to your contacts and check your SPAM folder.  If you have not received a letter by Feb. 11, please contact the OE office, 720-561-5900.

Q.  What if our family applied after the Open Enrollment deadline?
A.  If your student applied late, your student will be placed on a wait list at the Open Enrollment Office.  Seats are offered on a space available basis, February through June and again in August.  We continue to interview and accept students until we are full.  For questions on when or if your student will be offered a seat off of the wait list, please call the Open Enrollment Office, 720-561-5900.

Q:  Once we receive the letter, is our student automatically accepted to New Vista or is there something more we need to do? 
A:  All students who apply to New Vista will have a  family interview with one of our staff. Families who apply during the OE window have 10 days to decline the offered seat.  After that time, if you do not decline, your student will be enrolled in New Vista, however, we will still need to interview your student.

Q:  When is our family interview and how do we sign up? 
A:  In the letter your family receives from OE, there is a link to sign up for the interview.  It is a simple form that asks a few questions so we know a little bit more about your student.  You will receive a call shortly after completing the form to set up your interview.  Interviews will take place starting mid-February through mid-March.  Expect the interview to be during the school day, and it will take about an hour.

Q.  What is the interview for?
A.  New Vista is a School of Choice and all students who come here CHOOSE to.  The purpose of the interview is to determine if New Vista is a good fit for your student. 

 More FAQ's

Q.  After the interview, what's next?
A.   Your family will be notified via email of your student's acceptance.  A link to our electronic acceptance form will be included in the email.  Please click on the link to FORMALLY ACCEPT a seat at New Vista.  Once we receive your electronic acceptance reply, we will choose an advisor for your student and invite your student to a course selection date.  It is important to complete the acceptance ASAP, as we have students on a wait-list.

Q.  When is New Vista's Transition Night for incoming students? 
A.  We will host a New Student Welcome Night on April 30.  All new students will be invited to attend.

Q.  Once our student is accepted, when will we hear about selecting classes for next school year?
A.  You will receive a letter in March notifying your student of their course selection date.  New Student Course Selection will take place on Wednesday, April 3 or Wednesday, April 17, at 12:30.  Students will meet with their Advisor to select courses for next year.

Q.  Our student does not currently attend a school in BVSD.  Is the process different?
A.  Out of District students apply through Open Enrollment the same way.  However, for students new to BVSD schools, the Open Enrollment process is not complete until you complete the OLR (Online Registration) process. For this online application, you will be asked to upload supporting documents to the accepted school to complete enrollment.  You will be given more information about these steps once your student is offered a seat.