Nederland Middle/Senior High School is a small school in a beautiful mountain setting west of Boulder offering a comprehensive education with personalized instruction in small classes grades 6-12. Nederland Middle/ Senior High School is Boulder Valley School District’s only 6-12 school.
Nederland Middle School offers honors classes in math and science. Other middle level classes include Spanish, French, pottery, jewelry, band, orchestra, choir, foods, applied technology and computers. High school Advanced Placement classes are taught in English, math, science, social studies, Spanish, and French. New for the ’03-’04 school year is the computerized Carneige Math Lab. Nederland students also participate in the post-secondary Connections and Nederland Chinook programs.
Nederland Middle/Senior High School also offers schoolwide homeroom time, which allows students the opportunity to meet with different groups such as Student Council, Amnesty International, and WEB/LINK. During this time, students may also practice for special Talented and Gifted contests and events, hold class meetings, meet as peer mediators, consult with the Post Graduate Coordinator, and receive special tutoring in the Student Assistance Center staffed by students, community members, CU practicum students and parents.
The staff and administration are committed to building and maintaining a strong, positive alliance between home and school. Parents receive academic progress reports every four and a half weeks, and parent-teacher conferences are held once each quarter. Parent involvement is a key to student success.