AP Exam Registration

Thank you for registering for Advanced Placement (AP) Coursework and giving your student a head start on postsecondary readiness and career preparation. Last year, St. Vrain students took 3,950 Advanced Placement Exams, potentially saving families up to $4,000,000 in future college tuition costs. St. Vrain has many resources available to ensure your student is prepared
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AP Exam Registration

The AP® Program is continuously introducing new resources and processes designed to help students earn college credit and placement. This year, we’re most excited about their Daily Videos and enhanced progress monitoring tools available in AP Classroom. Here are other important items you and your student need to know for AP 20-21:  Students will register
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Project Launch Algebra Summer Program

Summer programming is a great way for students at all levels and abilities to gain new skills, master challenging content, and get a head start on the year ahead. This summer, with the support of 22 teachers, 174 incoming ninth grade students had the opportunity to be part of the district’s inaugural Algebra 1 Focus
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Summer Curriculum and Activities

The St. Vrain Curriculum Department has compiled a number of online resources for students to continue engaging in learning activities over the summer. Elementary School Resources MathA menu of resources for grade level mathematics content review & reinforcement, games, puzzles, and non-routine tasks. The interactive games and puzzles promote mathematical thinking in unique and engaging
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AP for all

Advanced Placement® (AP) classes provide outstanding opportunities for students to engage in rigorous, college-level coursework preparing them for postsecondary education, while simultaneously earning college credit when they score a 3 or higher on an AP exam. AP coursework enables students to save on tuition and graduate college in less than four years.
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Launching into the future

Project Launch is just one of many strategies across St. Vrain to raise student literacy achievement and provide a stronger academic foundation in the early grades. Results from the program indicate that the intervention had a significant, positive impact on student reading skills, reflecting the power of bringing together best practices and research-based approaches to improving student learning and achievement.

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Elementary Social Studies Curriculum Adoption Public Review

Elementary Social Studies Curriculum Adoption Public Review  The elementary social studies curriculum adoption committee is reviewing three programs after starting the process with six programs.  The three programs are from Nystrom, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and McGraw Hill.  The three programs will be available for public review on Monday, February 25 and Tuesday, February 26 from
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Graduation Rates Continue to Climb in St. Vrain

In St. Vrain, driving student excellence and providing opportunities for engagement and rigorous learning is having a large impact on advancing student achievement. St. Vrain’s graduation rates have reached their highest level – with over 90 percent of students in traditional high school programs graduating within four years. Overall graduation rates climbed 3 percent for
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Students Shine at this Year’s Geography Bee

Districtwide, middle students participate in Geography Clubs that meet and practice throughout the school year to prepare and compete in the annual Middle School Geography Bee. This year’s culminating event was hosted by Flagstaff Academy on Thursday, May 3. Fifteen teams from across the district competed in six dynamic rounds of questions. The six rounds
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The SAT Challenge

Studying for the math portion of the SAT has never been easier thanks to Beyoncé and a group of Frederick High School students. Frederick High Senior Josephine Murphy and her classmates created a video to help students across St. Vrain Valley Schools solve upper algebra equations to the tune of Beyoncé’s “All the Single Ladies.”
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