STRIVE Prep – Westwood

DPS SchoolChoice open from Jan. 15 to Feb. 20

The Denver Public Schools’ School Choice window is open from Jan. 15 to Feb. 15, 2019. 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. 

Grades and Hours

6-8

Mon-Thurs: 7:50am – 3:30pm
Friday: 7:50am – 1:30pm

STRIVE Prep - Westwood

3201 W. Arizona Ave.
West Entrance
Denver, CO 80219

STRIVE Prep - Westwood
3201 W Arizona Ave, Denver, CO 80219, USA

3201 W. Arizona Ave.
West Entrance
Denver, CO 80219

Direction

Office Manager and Registrar

Christina Martinez

christinamartinez@striveprep.org

Phone: 303.962.9880

Address: 3201 W. Arizona Ave. West Entrance
Denver, CO 80219



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For 10 years, STRIVE Prep Westwood has been an excellent option for families in southwest Denver looking for a safe, rigorous school for their scholars. Our daily academic program includes 90 minutes of math and language arts; 45 minutes of science, social studies/history, and art or physical education; and a targeted reading, language, or advanced class to address each students’ unique needs. Our staff are dedicated to preparing students to graduate with every door open them!

Kathy Esparza

School Leader | kesparza@striveprep.org

Academics at STRIVE Prep - Westwood

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.

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Athletics and Activities at STRIVE Prep - Westwood

  • Volleyball
  • Boys and Girls Basketball
  • Boys and Girls Soccer
  • Video game club
  • Manga/Anime club
  • Cursive club
  • Art Class PE Class

 

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