Students from the area attend the four public schools that are part of the larger Thompson School District: two elementary schools (Berthoud Elementary and Ivy Stockwell), a centrally located middle school (Turner Middle School), and a high school (Berthoud High School)
Thompson School District has 15,118 students, 1,888 of whom attend school in Berthoud at Berthoud Elementary, Ivy Stockwell Elementary, Turner Middle School and Berthoud High School. Berthoud takes pride in its schools, which traditionally score well above the state on the Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) tests as well as the ACT. They also boast standout performances in sports, art and music, and the BHS Knowledge Bowl team has been League Champion for 10 of the past 11 years.
Berthoud enjoys a close proximity to several institutions of higher learning, providing a range of choices, between four-year universities and community colleges.
Front Range Community College, the largest community college in Colorado, is located in Ft. Collins, and offers associate’s degrees and certificates in more than 100 areas.
Colorado State University offers 150 programs in eight colleges and 55 departments, including the largest program in the country in natural resource recreation and tourism. Also recognized as a leader in technology, CSU provides a comprehensive curriculum that develops all areas of students’ learning.
The Berthoud Public Library’s mission is to provide access to popular and informational books, other materials, and services that inform, educate, and culturally enrich the people of the Berthoud Community. It is able to do this through its various resources, online and within the library. The library offers online reference links, a kids’ web page, and many events that, through community involvement, enrich its patrons. The library is located at 236 Welch Ave, and online at www.berthoudlibrary.org.