KIPP Denver Collegiate High School

Enter to learn. Exit to lead.

KIPP Denver Collegiate High School (KDCHS) is a tuition-free, college-preparatory public charter high school in Southwest Denver. Currently (2016-17 school year), we serve 381 students in grades 9 through 12.

KDCHS is committed to helping students master core academic disciplines and critical thinking; develop self-discipline and organization; become a self-advocate and authentic communicator; and acquire leadership skills. KDCHS is also committed to helping students develop a strong moral character through civic engagement, and encouraging a commitment on the part of each individual to be contributing members of their communities.

Announcements

KIPP Collegiate turning heads in Colorado boys soccer thanks to strong start

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

The Tigers blitzed the Saints for four goals in the final minutes of the first half on their way to a 5-2 victory. Not only did it keep KIPP undefeated on the season, but the team also moved up to the top spot in the Class 3A state rankings after Kent Denver (Englewood) tied Fountain Valley (Colorado Springs).

 

Recognition

Top 10 High Schools in Colorado, US News & World Report

Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award, Colorado Department of Education - 2014

America's Most Challenging High Schools 2015, The Washington Post

Foundations for Great Schools Award Winner - 2015

Enrollment

Please check our enrollment page for more information.

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