Buena Vista High School (Buena Vista, Colorado)

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Buena Vista High School
Railroad & Marquette
Buena Vista, Colorado 81211
United States
Coordinates 38°50′10″N 106°07′37″W / 38.836227°N 106.127028°W / 38.836227; -106.127028Coordinates: 38°50′10″N 106°07′37″W / 38.836227°N 106.127028°W / 38.836227; -106.127028
School district Buena Vista School District R-31
CEEB code 060155
Principal Brian D. Yates[1]
Staff 17 (as of 2007–08)[2]
Teaching staff 23.9 (FTE) (as of 2006–07)[3]
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 348 (as of 2007–08)[2]
Student to teacher ratio 13.7 (as of 2006–07)[3]
Color(s) Red and white          
Athletics CHSAA 3A[4]
Athletics conference Tri-Peaks League[4]
Mascot Demons

Buena Vista High School is a public secondary school in Buena Vista, Colorado, United States. It is one of two high schools in the Buena Vista School District; the other is Chaffee County High School.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ Williamson, Theresa (2008-08-27). "Brian Yates resumes education career as new BVHS principal". Chaffee County Times. 
  2. ^ a b "Buena Vista High School School Accountability Report 2007-2008 School Year" (PDF). Colorado Department of Education. 2008-10-20. 
  3. ^ a b "School Detail for Buena Vista High School". National Center for Education Statistics. 
  4. ^ a b "Member Directory: Buena Vista High School". Colorado High School Activities Association. 
  5. ^ Hoffman, Kevin (2009-04-27). "Mason throws record". The Mountain Mail. Salida, CO. 
  6. ^ Paige, Woody (2004-08-23). "The old man and the silver". Denver Post. p. 1A. Mile High jumper Matt Hemingway finished as the surprised and surprising runner-up in the high jump at the Olympics on Sunday evening. 
  7. ^ "Nate Solder profile". NFL.com. NFL Enterprises. Retrieved 2013-09-18. 

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