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Accepting Applications for the 2015-2016 Rotary Youth Exchange Year
The Vail and Edwards Rotary Clubs are accepting applications from students interested in the Rotary Youth Exchange program.  Students that are selected live with host families and attend high school in their host country.  The program is open to students entering their sophomore or junior years during the 2015-2016 year.  If you are interested, please contact Linda Hill,, 970.471.1594 or Sally Corcoran,, 970.376.2376 for more information.

Applications will be accepted until September 20h and will be followed with interviews by representatives of both clubs. Final selection occurs in October at which time students prepare for District Interviews.  Also, If you are interested in hosting an exchange student for a 3-month period, please contact us.  We have two students attending BMHS this year, Scooter from Italy and another student from Brazil that will arrive in January.

Street Survival is Back – Teen Driving Safety Program
October 19, 2014 at the Vail Valley Jet Center
Only 30 spaces available

The Edwards Rotary Club will again run this fabulous program for teens in the Vail Valley. Street Survival places your licensed teen behind the wheel of their own car to enhance their driving skills. The all day session allows teens to drive through a variety of conditions and courses set up at the Vail Valley Jet Center. It improves driving skills and helps teens realize the responsibility that comes with having a drivers license. While students are out on the tarmac of the Jet Center for most of the day, Street Survival also includes Classroom time that covers the hazards of distracted driving or driving while under the influence of illegal substances. The cost is only $75 per student for the all day session and includes lunch and beverages throughout the day. Teens need to be 16 years of age and have a valid drivers license in order to participate. Advance reservations are required.

Date: October 19, 2014
Time: 8 am to 4 pm
Location: Vail Valley Jet Center
Sign up: Online at and click on Eagle County Airport, October 19, 2014

Questions: Contact Linda Hill, 970.471.1594, or Joe Hoy, 970.328.8509,
Sponsored by the BMW Foundation, Street Survival is a program of the Edwards Rotary Club and the Sports Car Club of America. 


 Eagle Valley High School Class of 2014


  2014 Accolades
Accolades and Accomplishments

  The following is a list of accolades and accomplishments that represent their body of work and excellence as students, athletes, and members of our community.  We are extremely proud of the integrity, character, and personality of the individuals that make up the Class of 2014.  A special thanks as well to our many community partners for their incredible giving in the form of scholarships.  This includes Colorado Mountain College which participates in our Dual Enrollment program that gives students the opportunity to earn credits free of charge that are transferrable to any in-state school.

 Total # of Graduates = 156
Academic Honor Graduates (3.75 cumulative gpa) = 33
Academic All-State Athletes = 38
Four-Year Athletic Letter Winners = 12

 Dual Enrollment Credits Earned from CMC = 1,507
Est. value of DE Credits Earned from CMC = $85,899
Est. value as transfer credits at CSU or CU = $527,450

 Total # of 4-year schools students received acceptance = 107

Total # of 4-year, 2-year, technical schools being attended = 39

 Scholarship $ awarded at Community Scholarship Night = approximately $75,000

Scholarship $ reported by students in Naviance = $692,724


Institutions being Attended by Class of 2014


Institutions being Attended by Class of 2014


Adams State University


Pepperdine University


Bradley University


Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design


Brigham Young University, Idaho


Sam Houston State University


Butler County Community College


Santa Monica College


Colorado Mesa University


Southern Methodist University


Colorado Mountain College, Alpine


St. Petersburg College


Colorado Mountain College, Spring Valley


The University of Iowa


Colorado Mountain College, Vail Eagle Valley


The University of Tampa


Colorado Northwestern Community College


Universal Technical Institute


Colorado State University


University of Colorado at Boulder


Drake University


University of Colorado at Colorado Springs


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - AZ


University of Colorado at Denver


FIDM, Los Angeles


University of Denver


Hofstra University


University of Nebraska at Lincoln


Illinois Institute of Technology


University of Northern Colorado


Johnson & Wales University (Providence)


University of South Dakota


Lamar Community College


University of Wyoming


Metropolitan State University of Denver


Wartburg College


Montana State University, Bozeman


Western State Colorado University


Oklahoma State University





Online registration rolls out in stages, beginning with Kindergarten in April and May, and the remaining grades by August

In order to do online registration you will have to create an account in Power School. To obtain your log in information you can call 328-5813 or 328-8962. The form that you will receive will look like this.

EAGLE, CO Eagle County Schools is excited to announce that it is completing the development of its online student registration system. Parents of all pre-school and new Kindergarten students will be able to complete most of the registration process online starting on Friday, April 4, 2014. Following the online process, parents will be advised to take necessary information, birth certificates, immunization records, and proof of residency, to their school to complete the process.

“This system streamlines an antiquated paper form process,” Assistant Superintendent Mike Gass, said. “Once in the system, parents will only need to update information as it changes from year-to-year. And, if they have more than one child in the system, they won’t have to do multiple entries for each child on common information like addresses.”

The traditional paper process was very labor intensive for registrars. Parents would complete the paper forms, then registrars would manually key the information into PowerSchool. With nearly 6,500 students in the District, it’s easy to imagine the size of this task. The online registration auto-populates the data straight into PowerSchool, and auto-corrects address errors as they are entered. The role of the registrar changes from data entry to data review and collection of required documentation.

“The collection and review of valid identification records cannot be automated,” Gass explained. “By statute, we have to inspect and verify the authenticity of birth certificates and immunization records, but with the new system, these records are scanned and associated with the student through the duration of their student career with Eagle County.”

A staggered roll out of the system is planned to manage challenges that might arise, and parents of new students are asked to complete the online process starting April 4, then plan to attend registration at their schools on specific dates to complete the remaining paperwork part of the process. Computers will be available at all schools for parents without internet access to come in and complete the process. Support staff will also be available on the registration dates to provide assistance.

During this first phase, the online registration information is only available in English. Schools will have bilingual staff members on hand to support native Spanish speakers. By the summer, the system will be available in both English and Spanish.

“Anytime you roll out something this complex at scale, the community should expect a few bumps in the road,” Gass concluded, “So, we ask for patience and understanding for this first year. The system has been tested, refined, and tested again, but we will still have IT staff members on-hand to address the unforeseen problem that might happen.”

Online registration for the remaining grades is expected to be live and available by August 2014, just in time for registration for the next school year. For existing/returning students, current data will be pulled forward into the new system and parents will just review and update for accuracy.
Parents are reminded to bring several important records with them to successfully complete registrations: birth certificates, immunization records, and proof of residency.

  • Application for EVHS Student Council
    AVID student written application
    TA Preliminary Agreement
    Workplace Experience Agreement

    If you have any questions or need anything answered please contact our Counseling Office
    Tammi Boeke Counselor - Students (L – Z)
    (970) 328-5818
    Kristan Carey Counselor – Students (A – K)
    (970) 328-5814
    Cathy Strickler Registrar
    (970) 328-5813


    8th grade honors and AP

    8th grade showcase presentation


           Best high schools 2014









    US News & World Report

    National “Silver Medal High School”




    Colorado Ranking

    38th out of 458*

    44th out of 363*

    National Ranking


     out of 21,035*


     out of 19,411*

    *The number of public high schools across the country and in Colorado that had high enough 12th-grade enrollment and sufficient data from the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 school years to be eligible for the rankings.


    National Rankings – US News & World Report evaluated more than 19,000 public high schools in 49 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals based on state proficiency standards and how well they prepare students for college.

    Top Ranked CO Schools – To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.  There are 88 Colorado schools ranked in 2014 among the U.S. News Best High Schools, including 14 gold medal schools, 31 silver medal schools and 43 bronze medal schools.

    Methodology - In total, U.S. News nationally ranked the 4,707 highest-scoring schools as gold, silver or bronze. A high school's position in the numerical rankings, whether it was awarded a medal or whether it was ranked at all was dependent on how high it scored in all three steps of the rankings methodology. 

    • Step 1: The first step determined whether each school's students were performing better than statistically expected for the average student in the state. We started by looking at reading and math results for all students on each state's high school proficiency tests.  They then factored in the percentage of economically disadvantaged students – who tend to score lower – enrolled at the school to identify the schools that were performing better than statistical expectations.

    • Step 2: For those schools that made it past this first step, the second step determined whether the school's least-advantaged students – black, Hispanic and low-income – were performing better than average for similar students in the state.

    • Step 3: Schools that made it through the first two steps became eligible to be judged nationally on the final step – college-readiness performance – using Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate test data as the benchmarks for success, depending on which program was largest at the school.


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