Every child deserves a strong start in school.
Monarch PK-8's full day kindergarten program provides an opportunity for students to learn through play.
First grade at Monarch PK-8 is a space for exploration!
In second grade at Monarch PK-8, we truly value collaboration.
Third Grade at Monarch PK-8 is a pivotal year for children as they become more independent learners.
Fourth grade a Monarch PK-8 is a year where students focus on growth mindset and are encouraged to take risks.
Fifth grade at Monarch PK-8 is hands on, where our curriculum is explored through Inquiry and Project Based Learning.
Welcome to 6th grade! We believe in working together to ensure every student succeeds.
Welcome to 7th grade. We are an experienced and dedicated group of educators, working to nurture each student's unique potential by creating authentic and meaningful relationships.
Welcome to 8th grade! In 8th grade, we help our students build tenacity and work to their full potential.
There are many resources available for parents and students to explore in our School Life section.
Monarch PK-8 has a wide variety of sports and activities that students can participate in to expand their opportunities.
To report bullying, complete this form. The school administrator will promptly conduct an investigation and provide the parent/guardian a report after the investigation is complete. If you have any questions, please contact your school’s principal. For more information regarding bullying, click HERE.
Our goal is to get the word out to those in our community who may not know about our amazing school district, and we need your help with this effort.
That is why, three weeks from now, we are hosting a very special event called the BVSD is the Place to Be Showcase.
This wasn’t exactly the easiest moment to become the executive director of Boulder Valley School District’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) department, but Dr. Emma Herzog has jumped in with both feet, supported by an outstanding team.
This week, we learned that former Boulder Valley School District Board of Education member Jean Paxton passed away, surrounded by her loving family, following a battle with cancer. Paxton served on the Board from 2001 to 2009 and won the Heart of Broomfield in 2003.
Not many kids can say they go to school in a Victorian-era school house, but Gold Hill Elementary School students can. This year marks 150 years of this unique learning environment for K-5 students. Since 1873, Gold Hill Elementary School has remained in operation, making it the oldest continually-operating school in Colorado.