Highlights


Longest continuously operating, tuition free, K–12 charter school—established and governed by parents.

Five-time winner of the Colorado Department of Education’s John Irwin School of Excellence Award.

Modern campus with 2 gymnasiums, cafeteria, cafetorium, large commons area with stage, traditionally appointed library as well as advanced digital resources, access to the latest technology and state-of-the-art sports complex to be completed in spring 2015.

Strong emphasis on student academics and achievement, character development, and parent involvement—where all students are known, valued, and challenged to be their personal best.

Developing the whole student by combining rigorous academics in science, math, arts, and humanities with athletics and school and community activities.

Diverse student population with 16 nationalities creates rich school community with global exposure.

K–8 students follow content-rich Core Knowledge curriculum that provides clear content outline so knowledge, language, and skills are built cumulatively from year to year, ensuring children are prepared for advancement.

K–8 students develop character through learning and practicing the Six Pillars of Character: Responsibility, Respect, Citizenship, Fairness, Trustworthiness, and Caring.

High school college preparatory curriculum, based on Classical Education framework, is designed to foster logic and reasoning, inquiry, effective communication, and a lifetime love of learning.

High school has AP and Honors courses with tailored academics, collegiate planning, Character First program, and service learning projects.

Member of Colorado High School Athletics Association (CHSSA) with volleyball, soccer, basketball, track and cross country, and fencing (soon to include baseball and lacrosse). 

Highly trained and dedicated staff support students’ development and success through adaptive teaching methods based on framework of Core Knowledge (K–8) and Classical Education (9–12).