About St. Vrain Valley Schools
St. Vrain Valley School District is the educational home of more than 33,000 of Colorado’s students. The seventh largest school district in the state, St. Vrain Valley operates 60 schools and programs that are spread over 411 square miles. The makeup of the schools include: 25 Elementary, 8 Middle, 1 Middle/Senior, 7 High Schools, 1 K-8, 2 PK-8, 1 Spark! Discovery Preschool, 1 Alternative High, 1 Online High, 1 Online PK-12, 2 P-TECH Schools, 1 High-Quality Homeschool Enrichment School, 1 Main Street Special Education program, 1 Career Development Center program, 1 Innovation Center program and 6 Charter Schools.
Located approximately 30 miles north of Denver, the District is geographically diverse. Its physical boundaries extend from the Continental Divide into the plains of Colorado. Adding to its scenic setting are historic downtown Longmont and the backdrop of Rocky Mountain National Park and Longs Peak.
There are 13 different communities that makeup St. Vrain Valley School District: eastern Boulder, Broomfield, Dacono, Erie, Firestone, Frederick, Hygiene, Longmont, Lyons, Mead, Niwot, Peaceful Valley, and Raymond. Parts of Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer, and Weld Counties fall within its boundaries.
Students & Academics
The focus placed on student success is reflected through positive academic trends. For detailed statistics on accountability, performance, finance, and other district information visit the Colorado Department of Education’s website.
Teachers & Staff
Supporting the efforts of students is a team of dedicated teachers, counselors, administrators, and support staff. Each teacher and employee plays a critical role in the success of the District’s students. Find out more about teacher demographics at the Colorado Department of Education’s website.
The District is dedicated to establishing St. Vrain as a school district known for quality, in both education practices and business operations. For all current financial information visit the district’s financial services department page.
For itemized school enrollment counts and detailed statistics visit the Colorado Department of Education’s website. Contact SVVSD Communications for additional assistance.
Additional District Information
For additional information, please contact the Department of Communications.