Best Colorado School Districts of 2017

A common question I get from my clients with kids is, "What is the best school district in the area?" I am proud to announce that BVSD is the highest ranked in the state!

Read below for an excerpt from an article written by Our Community Now, which names the top five districts:

"NICHE compiled a list of the best Colorado School Districts going into 2017. If you want the best for your kiddo, you need to check out this list!

2017 is here and it’s time to look ahead toward bright futures. Whether you’ve already built up your family or you’re planning on building your own little army, you have to consider their futures and education.

Niche.com  has complied a list of the best Colorado School Districts of 2017 and if you want the best for your little ones, you need to check this list out. If you’re curious about how they reached the results of this list, feel free to check out their ranking methodology for yourself!

Now, this list has over 100 school districts – We are just going to give you the Top Five!. If you’d like to view the list in its entirety please check out the whole thing on Niche.com.

  1. Boulder Valley School District
    With 56 schools, approximately 30,000 students and over 4,000 employees, BVSD comes in at number one on the best Colorado School Districts list. With a promise of “Excellence and equity” BVSD consistently ranks among the top three of CO’s Front Range Colorado school districts. BVSD students have earned millions in scholarships and score well above the state and national averages on ACT and SAT scores.

    BVSD Covers:

    Boulder, Gold Hill, Jamestown, Lafayette, Louisville, Nederland, Superior, Ward, and parts of Broomfield and Erie. 

  2. Aspen School District No. 1
    The Aspen School District’s mission reads “Students will realize their full potential, appreciate the relevance of their education, be excited to learn, and be empowered for success.” Aspen School District ranks at number two for Best Colorado School Districts, earning itself an A+ in almost all categories according to Niche. It’s only downfall is its lack of diversity. They have a unique Outdoor / Experiential educational program that sets ASD apart from other schools.

    ASD Schools:

    Aspen High School, Aspen Middle School, Aspen Elementary School, Cottage Preschool, and Aspen Community School."

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