Mile High 360 is a longitudinal youth development collaborative that prepares Denver's marginalized students for a life of independence and choice. We provide 13 consecutive years of academic, life skills and health and wellness programming for students from 6th grade through age 24.

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Youth Development 


Adolescents/Youth (13-19 years)
At-Risk Populations
Ethnic/Racial Minorities
Poor, Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent
Young Adults (20-25 years)


Impact360 provides low-income students with access to an ecosystem of organized resources that integrates their in-school experiences with after-school and weekend opportunities and summer programs. Our professional staff works only with the students, but with their parents, their teachers, and with their school administrators.
Students join in 6th grade and spend up to 13 consecutive years with the Impact360 team
Programming is year-round
Each student in grade 6-12 receives 450 hours of support each year
Each student in a post-secondary program receives 50 hours of support each year
Impact360 provides access to resources and opportunities in three core areas: Academics, Health & Wellness, and Life Skills


Evidence of Program's Success

Impact360 has a 100% high school graduation rate, as compared to 79% statewide, and 67% in DPS.

Marisol joined Impact360 from Bryant-Webster Elementary School in 5th grade. Through the program, she says she's received academic, mental, and physical support throughout middle school, high school, and even now that she is attending the University of Colorado at Denver.

Marissa joined Impact360 as a 6th grader because she wanted to be part of a team. She is part of the Impact360 class of 2028, loves cycling, and recently completed an Overland Tours two-week bike trip along the eastern seaboard this past summer.

Alejandro joined Impact360 as a 6th grader from Bryant-Webster Elementary School. He took advantage of several opportunities during his middle school and high school years: traveling to Alabama for a science camp, Kenyon and Williams Colleges for squash tournaments, and had an internship at the Denver Athletic Club.

Diana joined Impact360 as a 7th grader from Bryant-Webster Elementary School. As a part of the Impact360 class of 2025, she has been a part of Impact360's squash program for four years. Each week, Diana and a group of her teammates attend four practice sessions, a total of 12 hours per week.

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