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AP Online Registration Opens February 21st

Advanced Placement testing is fast approaching. Registration for the AP exams opens on Tuesday, Feb. 21st and runs through Tuesday, March 14th.

Longmont Public Library Celebrates the Artists of Skyline with a New Exhibit

The Longmont Public Library will house a special exhibit featuring the work of Skyline High School's artists this month. You can meet the artists at a special open house this Friday, February 2, 2017 from 4:00 to 5:00 PM in the Longmont library. See the library's site for more details. 

Skyline Announces its Winter Production: Get Your Tickets Now

Skyline Performing Arts Department proudly Presents our Winter Comedy,  
   Lend Me A Tenor,  by Ken Ludwig 
Performances are Thursday, 

January's Falcons of the Month

Congratulations to Ms. Kelly Bates, SED teacher, and Ms. Stephanie Texera, Director of Bands and VPA Academy Co-Coordinator, for being awarded Skyline's Falcon of the Month. Both Ms. Bates and Ms. Texera bring intense passion and commitment to their roles and care deeply and sincerely for their students. 

2017 Skyline Assessment Practice Day

This Wednesday, February 1, 2017, all Skyline students in grades 9 through 11 will participate in an Assessment Practice Day. We'll run on our PLC schedule, as Wednesday is a Late Start Day. 

More information on scheduling and testing can be found here

 

 

 

Upcoming Parent Teacher Conferences

Skyline High School will host two parent-teacher conferences in February. The first will take place on Wednesday, February 1st from 3:00 to 7:30 PM. The second will be held on Thursday, February 9th from 3:00 to 7:30 PM. We hope that you can join us on one of these evenings. We look forward to speaking with you about your students' academic progress. 

Dignifying do-it-yourself for Longmont teen

Lyza Weisman calls her "bag of tricks" everything from pushing her glasses up the bridge of her nose with the eraser end of a pencil to drinking through a straw — both simple tools that help her reach just above her shoulders near the ceiling of her upward range of motion.

Reality is that the wheelchair-bound Skyline High School freshman needs help in the bathroom and in the shower due to a genetic condition — spinal muscular atrophy — that causes weakness and wasting in muscles due to a loss of specialized nerve cells.

2017 SAT Prep Class Begins January 31st

 

Freshman Registration Night

Parents and Incoming Freshmen:

 

e-Credit Now Open for Registration

The SVVSD eCredit Recovery program offers students the opportuni

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