STRIVE Prep – Federal
The Denver Public Schools’ SchoolChoice round 1 window closed February 20. Families who participated in round 1 will receive school placement from DPS in late March. The next opportunity to select your STRIVE Prep school will be during round 2 in April.
Interested in one of our campuses? Would you like to get notified when round 2 opens? Fill out our round 2 form and we will contact you!
Any student who wants or needs to attend a new school for the 2019-20 school year may take part in SchoolChoice. Every year, families may submit one application per student, on which they rank their students’ top school preferences for the following school year. DPS then matches students to schools based on those preferences, as well as school admission priorities and available space.
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Grades and Hours
School Hours: Mon-Thurs: 7:50 AM – 3:30 PM
Fri: 7:50 AM – 1:40 PM
Office Manager and Registrar
Address: 2626 W. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80219
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STRIVE Prep Federal is a community where your scholar will grow in character and academics. Our staff understands the importance of educating the whole child, so your student will be exposed to rigorous academics and provided the supports to meet our high expectations. We partner closely with our families to ensure we are always on the same page and could not be more thrilled that you are considering STRIVE Prep Federal for your child’s middle school experience!Rebecca Riopelle
Academics at STRIVE Prep - Federal
STRIVE Prep middle schools offer extended time courses in both English and Math, where students receive a combination of grade level instruction through a rigorous curriculum coupled with individualized instruction to match their individual learning needs. Students explore real-world phenomena through an application-based online driven Science course, and engage in rich collaboration with peers and critical thinking activities in a project-based World Studies course. Students receive interventions for their specific individualized needs throughout the day, whether that be English Language Development, Basic Reading Skills, or Advancement. Finally, all students have the opportunity to engage in arts-based and movement-based electives throughout their middle school years; and each of our schools offers unique after-school activities to accompany a well-rounded school day.
Athletics and Activities at STRIVE Prep - Federal
- Co Ed Flag Football
- Boys and Girls Basketball
- Boys and Girls Soccer
- Student Council
- Art Club
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