Altona students capture first place in national CyberPatriots competition

Our Graduates are Advancing the Future of America

As we move toward the end of another outstanding school year, it is an honor to recognize the unwavering drive, strength of character, and rigorous academic preparation that has propelled approximately 2,000 students to the day of their high school graduation.

Tuition-Free Full-Day Kindergarten

Dear St. Vrain Valley Families,
We are excited to welcome your kindergarten student next year and continue our partnership to ensure your child’s success. Recently, you may have read information in the news about the passage of additional state funding for full-day kindergarten, and we wanted to share some information regarding the positive impact this will have on St.

On Track for Greatness: Main Street School’s remote-controlled car track provides positive incentives, builds community

If you don’t know to look for it, you might walk right past a narrow stretch of land previously designated for irrigation overflow at St. Vrain Valley School District’s Main Street School. But pause for a second, and you’ll likely recognize the remote-controlled car race track for what it is – the carefully tended, rolling mounds of dirt and strategically placed tires are an invitation to relax and revel in the simplicity of dirt.

Frederick High graduating first biomedical class

Frederick High senior Trinity Lyles counts standing on a table and dropping fake blood to imitate blood spatter during a mock death investigation as one of her most memorable academic experiences.

The experience as a freshman in Frederick’s Biomedical Science Academy also helped spark her interest in a possible career as a medical examiner. Her plan is to start at Front Range Community College in Longmont in the fall, then transfer to the University of Colorado Boulder.

Longmont Past, Present, Future: Innovative partnership offers timeless connections for learning and a better world

Imagine being able to talk with Longmont’s earliest settlers, absorb their wisdom, and learn from their challenges. Though portals to the past may not yet be a reality, St. Vrain Valley third graders are embracing the chance to authentically connect with their community’s history. The experience comes hand-in-hand with an opportunity to examine and learn from community members’ contemporary experience and collaboratively envision progress toward achieving goals through the design-thinking process.

Meet some of St. Vrain's outstanding grads

2019 Graduates are Taking the World by #StVrainStorm

See where our 4.0+ graduates are attending college in the fall.

Outstanding Graduates

Meet just a few of the appoximately 2,000 students who will walk across a stage this week to receive their St. Vrain Valley Schools diploma. Congratulations to all students in the Class of 2019!

Innovation Center hosts first AeroFest flight and drone racing competition on June 1

SVVSD students learn about democracy from community leaders

About 65 St. Vrain Valley eighth graders came together with community leaders Tuesday to wrestle with difficult problems and develop solutions through the Doing Democracy Day program.

“We want to teach them how to be engaged citizens and learn how policy is made,” said Emily Swallow, a social studies teacher at Altona Middle School. “They can have their voices heard and listen to other voices.”