Rocky Mountain Preparatory School

Right now, just 38 percent of Denver Public School third-grade students read on grade level and only 65 percent graduate from high school. Rocky Mountain Prep is committed to improving outcomes for its students by providing scholars with a transformational education that starts in prekindergarten.

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PreK-5th Grade Schools




Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)


Rocky Mountain Prep educates more than 1,100 prekindergarten through fifth grade students across three campuses, two in Denver and one in Aurora.

Our mission is to educate students with the rigorous academic preparation, character development, and individualized support necessary to succeed in a four-year college and life. We believe that our college-bound, values-driven PEAK culture in combination with a technologically innovative blended-learning curriculum provides our scholars with the necessary skills to excel in the 21st century. Rocky Mountain Prep scholars and staff work hard to uphold our core PEAK values - Perseverance, Excellence, Adventure, and Kindness - on a daily basis.


Evidence of Program's Success

Since our first year in 2012, Rocky Mountain Prep students have, on average, gained 150% of expected growth each year in math, reading, and writing using nationally normed assessments (NWEA MAP, STEP Reading Assessment). This growth has increased the number of students performing on grade level by 30% each year, ultimately resulting in students leaving our school on grade level in each subject.

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