K-12 Enrollment

Enrolling at Twin Peaks Classical Academy

Twin Peaks Classical Academy provides an academically rigorous environment that encourages students to seek truth, beauty, and goodness in both their acquisition of knowledge and their development of character. This classical education is provided to any PK-12 student and family seeking a well-rounded education that prepares all students for the opportunity for acceptance into a four year university.

Twin Peaks Classical Academy is Longmont's only classical school. We are a tuition-free, public, K-12 charter school open to all students. Twin Peaks offers a high quality preschool and kindergarten program ensuring the best start for your child. This is followed by a classical education model that prepares all of our students to succeed in college and beyond.

Enrollment Process for All New Families

All families must complete a TOUR prior to enrollment. Attendance at Open House counts as a tour.
Upon completion of a tour, an INTENT TO ENROLL form must be completed if you wish to be considered for enrollment. This form indicates your desire to attend Twin Peaks, but it does not guarantee placement. 

  • At the same time, all families NEW TO THE DISTRICT (this includes children to the education system) must complete an ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM .

  • Initial Intent to Enroll forms will be accepted during our OPEN ENROLLMENT WINDOW (Dec. 1-15, 2021.) 

  • Enrollment offers will be made by January 17th based on openings. If there are more applicants than openings, a lottery will determine the order for offers.

  • Once the open enrollment window is closed, intent to enroll forms will be reviewed and students will be placed on a first come, first served basis dependent on possible openings.

Questions? Contact Tonia Kuter, Registrar - kuter_tonia@svvsd.org, 303-772-7286 X57027


  • Character education.

    • An essential part of the development of outstanding students

    • the Six Pillars of CharacterTrustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship are key whether at home, at school or at play.

  • Smaller class sizes.

  • Phonics. 

    • Elementary students learn to read using phonics-based methodology

  • Cursive Handwriting.

    • Elementary students are taught cursive handwriting


    • The K-8 curriculum is grounded in these areas

  • 15 AP Classes.

  • Enrichment Classes.

    • Secondary Band, Choir, Orchestra, Art, Technology, P.E. and World Languages

  • Numerous clubs.

    • Odyssey of the Mind, Student Council, National Junior Honor Society, National Honor Society, Robotics, 100 Mile Club, etc. 

  • Athletics.

    • CHSAA certification at the high school level

    • Full participation in the SVVSD middle school intramural programs. 

    • Includes Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, Track and Field and Cross Country 

  • No iPads.

    • We believe excessive screen time should not replace great books and great teaching