One of the best urban school systems in the country, the Denver Public Schools is a leader in student achievement and university and career preparation. Special programs offered to domestic and international students include the prestigious International Baccalaureate at George Washington High, STEM at East High, English as a Second Language and more offered at each school.
Each school has different facilities that reflect the school’s focuses and students’ needs. Some of these facilities include state of the art classrooms with updated technologies, various sports amenities, and preforming arts centers.
Sports and Arts
The district has an impressive athletic record; the graduating class of 2016 had 18 student-athletes receiving athletic scholarships, five girls and 13 boys, eight continued on to compete at the NCAA Division I level. Students can also take part in the various curricular and extracurricular art programs including theater, ceramics, and film production, depending on the school’s options.
Denver is a dynamic and culturally diverse metropolitan city of 2.7 million people. Nickname “The Mile-High” city because of its elevation at the base of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Denver offers world-class shopping and dinning, entertainment, national sports teams, theater and a rich history.
Located in Denver.
Area population: 2,7 million
City website: City of Denver
Estimated Start Date: Late August
Estimated End Date: Mid June
Classes and sports in the Denver Public School District vary per school. Availability for some classes and sports will vary and depend on student enrollment.
Boston University, Colorado College, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, United States Air Force Academy, United States Naval Academy, University of Colorado Boulder
Closest International and Local Airports: Denver International Airport (DEN)
For Details Visit Website: Denver Public School District