Performing Arts College Info Night

Information about the 2020-21 Performing Arts College Info Night.

Odyssey of the Mind Interest Meeting

Erie High School has a long-standing tradition of being a formidable foe to other teams in Odyssey of the Mind. Things may look different this year, but we are always up for a challenge!

Virtual College Fair

Here is a great opportunity for students to "visit" colleges from around the country!

SVVSD Code of Conduct

Each student needs to have read this important booklet of expectations and their parent needs to acknowledge they understand it.

St. Vrain Valley Schools hosts musical instrument drive

St. Vrain’s Fine Arts department is hosting a musical instrument collection drive. Members of the community are invited to donate gently used instruments to St. Vrain Valley Schools’ music program and receive a donation receipt from the St. Vrain Valley Schools Education Foundation.
There are two drop-off dates and locations: 
  • September 30 | 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    Lincoln School. 619 Bowen Street. Longmont, CO. 80501

You're Invited: St. Vrain Valley Schools to hold virtual performing arts college information night on September 22

On Tuesday, September 22 from 6:00-8:00 P.M., all students who are interested in pursuing higher education in the performing arts are invited to attend St. Vrain’s performing arts college information night. Interested families must register ahead of the event to receive their invitation to the Webex event at
This will be the second year St. Vrain has hosted a performing arts college information night.

Parent Messages Begin

In an effort to keep parents and guardians aware of their child's academic progress, Erie High School has a comprehensive set of messages that are sent to parents when students are doing poorly in their classes, not attending, or have missing assignments.

Some Technology Tips

We have great technology help available at the top of the school's website in the Technology tab, but we field a number of questions and thought it would be helpful to tell you how we respond.

Student Activities and Clubs Begin

Erie High School provides numerous opportunities for students outside of the regular school day.  These fun groups provide students a chance to gather, either virtually or in-person with "their" people.  These connections help students improve in school as well as the areas of their interest.  Additionally, research consistently shows that students benefit in wide-ranging ways including attendance, level of engagement, grades, standardized test scores and success in life after school.

Curb-Side Library

Erie High School is excited to announce that we will begin curb-side library book checkout starting next week!  This unique opportunity has been cleared by the health department who has deemed safe our practice for getting actual books to students.  Below you will find the information you need to be able to check out books so you may pick them up curb-side at Erie High.  We will use Fridays to deliver books to students at the front door of the school.