The Denver Street School offers struggling students a second chance to earn a high school diploma through a fully accredited program in a small classroom setting. The Denver Street School believes that a quality education is the most effective approach to transforming many underprivileged members of our society into productive citizens, and serves the population of students in Metro Denver that have struggled with, dropped-out or been expelled from the public school system, helping them toward self-sufficiency through education.
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Student Teacher Ratio
6 : 1
58% Male / 42% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
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