DPS sent a letter to Inspire Elementary School families to address questions and concerns about locating a new middle school on a shared campus with Inspire Elementary School.
If all goes according to plan, Denver will welcome a new public schools superintendent by the end of the year.
What do local families want to see in a new local middle school? That’s the question on the minds of three school leaders vying to open a new 500-600 seat middle school in the Greater Park Hill/Stapleton enrollment zone in Fall 2019.
2018 CMAS Test Results for NE Denver Schools
Three programs have responded to the Denver Public Schools (DPS) call for quality middle schools issued in late July 2018: The Denver Green School, High Tech, and Beacon Middle School.
Four northeast schools with a shared commitment to the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme have been approved by the Denver Board of Education to form an Innovation Zone (iZone).
In June, A+ Colorado, an educational advocacy organization, released “Start with the Facts: Denver Public Schools at a Inrossroads,” a report that examines the current state of affairs in Denver Public Schools (DPS) and recommends future directions.
On June 18, Denver School of Science and Technology Public Schools (DSST) was named the top public charter school network in the country when it won the Broad Prize for Public Charter schools. The prestigious award comes with a $250,000 grant to support college-readiness efforts at the Denver-based network. DSST includes two middle schools in the Greater Park Hill-Stapleton enrollment zone and two high schools located in Stapleton.
The three owners of Next Level Prep are parents with kids the same ages: each has a son age 17 and a daughter age 15. Their high schoolers are part of the first generation born in Stapleton.
Park Hill seventh-grader Helen Miller has qualified to compete in the National History Day national finals with her project entitled “Conflict and Compromise on the 38th Parallel.”