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Skyline High in the Times Call

Principal Heidi Ringer shares her Falcon pride in a letter to the editor of the Times Call

"As I begin my 20th year at Skyline High School and with St. Vrain, I am proud to be a part of a district that has become a national model for STEM and technology integration, and even prouder to say that I am principal at Skyline, a high school that is successfully leading the way locally and nationally."

Race to the Top recipients take SVVSD learning tour

Jalali Hartman said Thursday that prior to working with St. Vrain Valley students, he didn't know what they'd be capable of, but that he was ultimately impressed. He even joked that he has been left wondering why he needs to hire anyone.

2016 Graduation

Congratulations to the graduating class. Just in case you missed the ceremony, you can watch it here.

Applications for the first P-TECH cohort are now being accepted

Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) is a new type of school that brings together the best elements of high school, college and the professional world. St. Vrain Valley School District has partnered with IBM and Front Range Community College to provide this unique opportunity to our students. Students enrolled in P-TECH will take high school and college courses, simultaneously working toward a High School Diploma and Associates of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Computer Information Systems.

St. Vrain Valley chosen as one of two school districts to offer P-TECH

St. Vrain Valley students soon will have the opportunity to graduate from high school with an associate degree, with the college classes paid for by the state.

The Colorado Department of Higher Education and the Colorado Department of Education announced Tuesday that St. Vrain was chosen as one of two districts in the state to offer a Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools, or P-TECH, program.

Skyline High's science, math efforts subject of senator's visit

Skyler Arnold, 16, pointed out the sections of the model roller coaster constructed from brightly-colored K'NEX pieces that corresponded to the polynomial piecewise function to U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet Friday morning.

Bennet visited Skyline High School for about 45 minutes Friday to observe how the school is advancing students in custom Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics curricula.

Principal's Letter- Fall 2015

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Fall 2015-16 Principal's Welcome Back Letter

July 22, 2015

 

Dear Parents, Guardians,

Welcome to the new school year 2015-2016!  I am excited for the upcoming year and look forward to partnering with you to ensure the success of your student(s). Our goal is for every student to become an integral part of the Skyline community by committing to academics, involving themselves in an extra-curriculum activity and representing the Falcon Way at all times!  We have some exciting new initiatives this year including:

 

NAO Challenge USA 2015 Final Results

On Saturday, July 27 teams from across St. Vrain competed in the first ever NAO Challenge USA finals. The event was co-hosted by Aldebaran Robotics and the St. Vrain’s Innovation Center and held at the Longmont Museum in their new Stewart Auditorium and Kaiser-Permanente Education Hall.

Senior Michael Loper receives National Merit Scholarship

Senior Michael Loper was recently awarded a National Merit Scholarship from the University of Utah for his academic achievements.  He will be attending the university in Salt Lake City this fall where he will major in Computer Science with an emphasis in the specialized Entertainment Arts and Engineering program. Congratulations to Michael for this prestigious achievement!

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