Longmont-area schools get benefit of 'game-changers'

SVVSD learning coaches boost first-year teacher performance.

Second Semester Begins January 2, 2017

We wish you all a very happy holiday season. Please remember that second semester begins on Monday, January 2, 2017. It will be an A (Red) day. See you in the new year! 



FACE Concert to Benefit Skyline High School's Music Department

The all vocal rock band, FACE, is performing live at Skyline High School on Thursday, January 12, 2017. The concert starts at 7:00 PM and features Alpine Jazz. For tickets and further information, please visit Come out and support Skyline's Music Department. 

eCredit Recovery - helping students get back on track for graduation

The more things change, sometimes, the more they stay the same.

That is certainly the case with eCredit, the innovative, hybrid online and in-classroom district program for students needing to recover academic credit and get back on track for graduation.

Skyline Education Foundation Seeks New Board Members

The Skyline Education Foundation is looking for new members to serve on the Board. We are specifically looking for a treasurer (someone with accounting experience would be nice!) to serve beginning in March 2017. The SEF meets four times a year and provides scholarships and assistance to Skyline students and staff.

Coed Cheer Takes Championship

Skyline's Varsity Coed Cheer Team competed in the Tri-Valley Northern Conference on Wednesday, November 2nd in Greeley. The team won 1st place in the Coed Division and were named the overall champions of the competition. Way to go Cheer! 


Skyline Students Recognized at Innovation Gala

On Friday, October 21st, the inaugural Innovation Gala, sponsored by the Education Foundation of St. Vrain Valley was held at the Plaza Convention Center. The theme for this Education Foundation fundraiser was innovation, and our Skyline students were featured exclusively. Susanna Jones (11th STEM) and Jake Roberts (12th STEM) opened the night with a presentation centered on robot programming.

Making Connections to the Real World at P-TECH Mentor Day

Skyline Robotics at their BEST

This past weekend, Skyline students participated in the Rocky Mountain BEST Robotics Competition at the Auraria Events Center at Metro State in Denver.

Longmont's Skyline High students build shark measuring device for Boulder researcher

Two Skyline High seniors are fine-tuning an underwater shark measuring device that will be used later this month in research.

Alejandro Coronado and Marco Guerrero, who are part of St. Vrain Valley's aquatics robotics team at the school district's Innovation Center, created the device for Boulder-based Ocean First Institute executive director Mikki McComb-Kobza.