New Vista High School is a School of Choice

Open Enrollment begins Nov. 30 and ends Jan. 15
Please click HERE
to view all of our upcoming Open Enrollment events.


 Rockin' Robotics Team!

Congratulations New Vista Robotics Team! 

The New Vista High School robotics team, "Robocalypse", took third in their district competition on October 24th! They have been offered a chance to go to the regional competition in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, but they need your help to get them there. The competition is the first week of December, and the cost of the trip is about 2000 dollars. Below is their Indiegogo campaign explaining more. They hope that you can donate, so that New Vista can add even more trophies to the trophy case! Go Robocalypse! :)

To read more about our Robotics Team
or to donate and help send them
to Regionals, please click


New Vista High School

The small, innovative public high school
of Boulder Valley

New Vista High School opened its doors in the Fall of 1993 with a mission "to break the mold" of conventional secondary school practice. New Vista is a small, public high school of choice, serving a heterogeneous student body. Read more...


 New Vista Student Art Work

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 Service Week at New Vista


What is Service Week? 

Click HERE
to find out
New Vista
have been
up to
in our community.



 More Good News--Student Accomplishments


New Vista Students --What are they up to?


New Vista teams up with the non-profit Cottonwood Institute to teach the
Community Adventure Program, otherwise known as CAP.

Click HERE to see what our CAP students are learning about the environment.


 Good News


The Latest Word

A recent visitor to Vanessa's American Literature Class says:

"Thank you so much for hosting myself and our Naropa contingent in your classroom.   I found the students to be engaged, aware and eager for meaningful discussion.  I was also impressed by their poise and sophistication.  In many ways, it was not so far afield from what one might deliver and experience in an undergraduate course.  I applaud you for delivering challenging and compelling literary material to your students.  I'm sure it will serve them, not only this year, but in the years to come."

Sincere regards,
Junior Burke, Core Faculty, The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, Naropa University



New Vista High School
700 20th Street
Boulder Colorado 80302

phone: 720-561-8700  
fax: 720-561-8701