Boulder Valley School District serves approximately 30,000 students in 56 schools and covers areas including Boulder, Gold Hill, Jamestown, Lafayette, Louisville, Nederland, Superior, and parts of Broomfield and Erie.
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Online Registration enrolls students in district neighborhood schools based on household address.
Open Enrollment is for any students (district residency not required) wishing to apply to a school of choice.
K-12 Neighborhood Registration
Apply to a school in your neighborhood
Begin registration (neighborhood school)
Beginning Wednesday May 31, 2023, the district is moving to a new platform for student enrollment. If you have started an application prior to this date, you will have access to the application until June 30, 2023. If your student’s enrollment is not complete by June 30, 2023, a new registration form is needed using the BVSD Enrollment Portal, Additional instructions can be found here
A request to have your child attend a new school or a non-neighborhood school for the present school year requires an Administrative Transfer.
Applying to have your child attend a new school or a non-neighborhood school for the next school year is not considered a transfer and is handled through Open Enrollment.
New students are guaranteed a seat in their neighborhood attendance area school.
To determine if your household's residence is within BVSD attendance boundaries and identify the neighborhood school(s) for your residence, please click below to learn more.
Families may choose to enroll their students in a school outside of their neighborhood to begin the next school year as long as there is sufficient programming, staff and space at the school.
Student October Count
Annually, under Colorado State Statute (22-54-101, C.R.S.) enrollment data is gathered on Colorado students, including here in Boulder Valley School District, during a designated Student Count Date and a surrounding 11 day window.
Please Note: In BVSD, we typically avoid scheduling events on major religious holidays. The Student Count Day is outside of our district's control and can fall on religious holidays. As long as a student attends on other days within the count window, they will be counted by the State.