Enrollment

Enrollment

Choosing a school for your student is an important personal step in charting their future path. Toward this end, St. Vrain offers a diverse and extensive selection of rigorous academic and co-curricular programs that provide you and your student choice in selecting a school that best aligns with their interests and educational goals. 

Erie High School welcomes students from across St. Vrain Valley Schools, and neighboring school districts in a dynamic and supportive school environment.

  • Want a tour? Call and set up an appointment: 303-828-4213.

Neighborhood School Enrollment

You can confirm if Erie High is your neighborhood school on the district’s Maps and Boundaries page.

To register for Erie High as your neighborhood schools, a new student must be:

  • a resident of the District (proof of residency required) – if you are not a resident of the district, please see open enrollment instructions below

The new student must have:

  • a birth certificate or its equivalent
  • up-to-date immunization records
  • evidence of a recent physical examination is requested
  • name, address, and telephone number of last school attended

Open Enrollment

Students who desire to attend a school or program outside of their designated attendance area may apply for Open Enrollment/Nonresidence authorization for the school or program of their choice. In order to apply, an Open Enrollment/Nonresident Application must be filled out.


Additional EHS Enrollment Instructions

In addition to following the district process outlined in the links above, these other documents need to be emailed to our Registrar:

Completed Safe Schools Legislation Registration Addendum – one for each middle or high school student.  

Completed Course Selection Sheet found on our course catalog website. Please download the PDF to activate the fillable sections.

  • 9th graders are limited to the classes listed on their selection sheet.
  • 10-12th graders should also print out our “Printable Course Reference List” which has all the courses we offer.

If applicable, Gifted and Talented Enrollment Form.

If applicable, your students’ most recent IEP, 504, College Board Accommodations, G/T or ALP type plan.

If your student is currently receiving ESL services or in ESL courses, please inform the Registrar.


Open Enrollment FAQ

What is Open Enrollment?

Students who desire to attend a school or program outside of their designated attendance area may apply for Open Enrollment/Nonresidence authorization for the school or program of their choice. In order to apply, an Open Enrollment/Nonresident Application must be filled out.

Students who need to turn in an open enrollment application:

  • Erie Middle School open enrolled 8th graders
  • SVVSD students not in EHS attendance area
  • Students living outside of St. Vrain Valley School District

I live in your attendance area but do not attend Erie Middle School.  How do I enroll my student?

Please contact Mrs. Tapia, our Registrar, for details on enrolling your student at EHS.  If you’re coming from within SVVSD (i.e. Flagstaff Academy or any SVVSD charter schools), our Registrar will need to confirm residential & contact information and enroll you in Infinite Campus.  If you’re coming from outside SVVSD, you’ll need to complete online registration and turn in all required documentation before enrollment is complete.  Mrs. Tapia can be reached at (720) 494-3865 or via email at: tapia_leticia@svvsd.org

I currently have an open enrolled student attending EHS; will his/her sibling be accepted?

Open enrollment will be approved for a younger sibling if the older sibling will be enrolled at the school for at least one more year.  Parents DO need to turn in an open enrollment application for their younger child even if an older sibling is already attending.

Can I also open enroll at other high schools?

Yes.  Once your open enrollment has been accepted at a school, we do ask that you promptly let the other schools know of your acceptance so your application can be pulled off their list or your spot can be given to another student.