<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Archives]]> <![CDATA[wehaa test]]> test]]> <![CDATA[Catalyst High School]]> Catalyst High School is accredited through the North Central Association (AdvancED, CASI). Our mission is to nurture promising teens and empower them to develop responsibility for their own education.]]> <![CDATA[Ten days of creation]]> People have thrown around the idea of something like Boulder Arts Week for a while, but it was Bill Obermeier, from The Dairy Centre for the Arts, and David Dadone, from the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, who both started to actually talk about making the event a reality.]]> <![CDATA[Who Killed The Vote on Fracking Part Two]]> While such a radical escalation in price would create a giant economic windfall for those who are invested in natural gas — giant as in when you consider the incredibly large global reserves of shale gas, it could be one of the largest expanders of wealth in history — it would not be good for everyone.]]> <![CDATA[September High School]]> At September High School, our accredited program has been changing lives for more than 40 years. Located on a beautiful downtown-Boulder campus, the small class sizes and respectful atmosphere provide students with an ideal environment to engage in rigorous academic and creative coursework within a culture of challenge, empowerment and support.]]> <![CDATA[Ski area bosses, conservationists should seek progressive solution for Eldora expansion plan]]> Proposed expansion at Eldora Mountain Resort could easily break down along familiar lines, pitting the ski industry and the U.S. Forest Service against conservation advocates and community activists over a plan that envisions adding new turf and equipment.]]> <![CDATA[Friends’ School]]> Friends’ School offers an independent, secular, coeducational program for children in Preschool through Grade 5, and a Teacher Preparation Program for teachers with a Bachelor’s degree. Students are challenged to reach their full potential through academic excellence, creative expression, and social responsibility.]]> <![CDATA[Extras]]> <![CDATA[Out of balance]]> This year, hundreds of thousands of Coloradans signed petitions to create ballot initiatives that asked for more local control over the oil and gas development happening near their homes, schools and businesses as well as increased setbacks.]]> <![CDATA[schedule]]> <![CDATA[The Watershed School]]> Founded a decade ago on research-based best practices, Watershed connects everything students learn to the real world, both on and off campus. Students study real-world problems in the Front Range, Silicon Valley, and around the world -- and they apply their knowledge in real-world ways.]]> <![CDATA[Private School Guide]]> Each winter, thousands of parents begin the Open Enrollment process in search of a better school option for their child. For reasons ranging from standardized test scores to school safety or differentiated student learning, parents across Boulder County and Colorado seek alternatives to their assigned neighborhood school.]]> <![CDATA[Mackintosh Academy]]> As the only K-8, full-time gifted and IB program in Boulder Valley, Mackintosh Academy nurtures the unique genius in every child. Mackintosh’s distinct approach blends handson inquiry, design thinking, creativity/innovation, social-emotional learning, international-mindedness and service learning.]]> <![CDATA[Reverse Godzilla]]> Twenty-seven years ago, a handful of Boulderites decided to go a good deed: to pitch in and clean up the creek and the downtown parks surrounding it. To make it fun, they added a couple booths. Then they added a couple more. Before long, that cleanup fell by the wayside and the booths took over.]]> <![CDATA[Tara Performing Arts]]> Tara is a Waldorf high school specializing in a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum with an emphasis on the performing arts. Deliberately small in size, with 12 to 15 students per class, there is no highly competitive audition process for admission.]]> <![CDATA[Jarrow Montessori School]]> Founded in 1964, Jarrow is the oldest Montessori school in Colorado. Jarrow is a private, nonprofit, co-ed school. Located in North Boulder, the three-acre campus is graced by a canopy of century-old trees and is “home” to students from throughout Boulder County.]]> <![CDATA[Agency to return $7.7 million to investors in Internet scam]]> <![CDATA[Rock and roll masonry]]> Something about summertime in Boulder seems to bring out the true colors of its community, as if the sun unleashes the great vibes emanating throughout this diverse and lively town; vibes that can be found in abundance at Boulder’s annual Bands on the Bricks series, which runs June 11 to Aug.]]> <![CDATA[Boulder is no Seattle]]> <![CDATA[Boulder Creek Festival Schedule]]>