KIPP Denver Collegiate High School, founded in 2009, is a college-preparatory high school, and our academic program is designed with the goal that our students will graduate from college and lead lives of choice and opportunity.
KIPP Denver Collegiate High School was named the best high school in Denver and second best in Colorado by US News & World Report. It is one of Washington Post’s “Most Challenging High Schools in America.” The graduating class of 2018 was awarded over $15 million in college scholarships.
Team and Family, Initiative, Ganas, Excellence, and Resilience
Students at KIPP Denver Collegiate High School participate in our AP for All program. As part of this initiative, 100% of our 10th-12th grade students take at least 1 AP class. All classes from 9th through 12th grade are designed to teach students the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in Advanced Placement courses, which can be used for college credit at many colleges and universities. Students also take a variety of elective classes, including creative writing, social justice, drawing and ceramics, as well as 5 different PE classes.
KIPP Denver Collegiate High School offers a robust athletics program. As a member of the Colorado High School Athletics Association (CHSAA), students can participate on sports teams throughout the school year. Sports teams include:
- Girl’s and Boy’s JV and Varsity Soccer
- Cross Country
Students have access to a wide variety of clubs and activities at KIPP Denver Collegiate High School, including:
- Film Club
- Latino Film Club
- American Sign Language
- Board games
- Chess Club
- Photography Club
- Frisbee Club
- Robotics Club
- Glee Club
- Gay Straight Alliance
- Video Games
- Best High School in Denver – US News & World Report
- Second Best High School in Colorado – US News & World Report
- One of America’s Most Challenging High Schools – Washington Post