Skyline Ed Foundation Scholarships

Falcons, we have scholarship money just for YOU. That’s right. Only 2013 SHS grads can win this money. Here are the scholarships:

Skyline Education Foundation: Due Feb. 28, 2013 (to SHS Counseling office)  SEF Scholarship Form 2013

Mary Lou Martinez Memorial: Due Feb. 28, 2013 (to SHS Counseling office)   Mary Lou Martinez Memorial Scholarship

School Profile (if you need it): School Profile

FRCC Classes for 2013/2014

Here are the classes SHS will offer next year from FRCC:

Fall 2013

English Comp 121 – Tuesdays/Thursdays

Public Speaking  – Tuesdays/Thursdays

Intro to Lit – Tuesdays/Thursdays

Psychology 101 – Mondays/Wednesdays

World Mythology – Mondays/Wednesdays

Principles of Microeconomics – Mondays/Wednesdays

Spring 2014

English Comp 121 – Tuesdays/Thursdays

English Comp 122 – Tuesdays/Thursdays

Public Speaking – Tuesdays/Thursdays

Psychology 102 – Mondays/Wednesdays

Intro to Criminal Justice – Mondays/Wednesdays

Principles of Macroeconomics – Mondays/Wednesdays

Free Dental Screenings

Do you know of an uninsured child that can benefit from a free dental exam?

Dental Aid has partnered with the Boulder County Healthy Kids Initiative to provide

Free Dental Services to uninsured children under the age of 20!


Friday February 1, 2013

Call Dental Aid today to schedule a dental appointment!





4155 Darley Ave

877 S Boulder Rd

715 Princess Dr




*Please note that this event is time sensitive*

Appointments are limited and required— call today!


Are you also interested in learning more about free or low cost health insurance offered through the state of Colorado?

Call the Boulder County Healthy Kids Initiative to learn more about Medicaid and CHP+!

Benefits include well child and doctor visits, immunizations, dental care (for children), vision services, hospital services,

prescriptions, behavioral health services, and prenatal care.

Call today  for more information or to apply for these great health insurance benefits!

Please call your Healthy Kids representative at


Does money grow on trees?

Sadly, cash is not readily available on our area Aspens and Oaks. However, if you’re a wise Falcon, you will attend the financial aid night at Longmont High School, on Wednesday, January 16. The local scholarships will be announced this evening (5:30 p.m.) and information on FAFSA will also be given.

The best thing about the local scholarships is that they are ONLY for SVVSD students – no other students need apply. This means the applicant pool you’re competing against is that much smaller. I’m not a betting woman, but I do love to gamble when the odds are in my favor.

See your counselor for more information.