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Denver private high schools—any recommendations?

Hi all! My family is relocating to Denver, and I'm considering going to a private high school there. Any suggestions or recommendations on the best private high schools in this area? Thanks in advance!

6 months ago

Hello! Moving to a new city is always an exciting experience. Denver has several reputable private high schools. Here are some of the well-regarded options, but make sure to research and visit each school to determine which one would be the best fit for you:

1. Denver Academy: Known for its strong college-preparatory curriculum, Denver Academy also prides itself on its focus on personalized learning, with small class sizes and individualized instruction.

2. Colorado Academy: Nestled in a beautiful campus, Colorado Academy is known for its strong academics, arts programs, and athletics. The school emphasizes character development and community engagement alongside academic excellence.

3. St. Mary's Academy: St. Mary's Academy is a Catholic, independent school with a college preparatory curriculum. The academy offers strong programs in arts, athletics, and academics, with a focus on developing leadership skills, spiritual growth, and social responsibility.

4. Kent Denver School: Combining a strong academic program with experiential learning, Kent Denver School fosters a balance between academics, athletics, arts, and community involvement.

5. Regis Jesuit High School: A Jesuit-influenced, Catholic, college-preparatory high school, Regis Jesuit High School cultivates an inclusive and diverse environment with a focus on academics, arts, and athletics. The school aims to develop men and women committed to serving others.

Ultimately, the right school for you will depend on your personal preferences, such as proximity to your new home, school size, focus on specific extra-curricular activities, and whether a religious-affiliated institution is a priority. I'd suggest researching these schools further, scheduling visits, and talking to current students to get a sense of their respective school cultures to help you make the best decision. Good luck!

6 months ago

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