Schools


Littleton Public Schools
and Cherry Creek School District

Littleton Public Schools District
Year after year, Littleton Public Schools (LPS) is one of the most respected districts in Colorado. The district’s administrators, teachers, students and parents are committed to delivering tangible results that place the district at the pinnacle of success – not only in Colorado, but on the national stage, too.

The mid-size district serves several communities in the Denver metro area with a graduation rate of 96 percent. Among the district’s accolades are:

• LPS schools annually receive the John Irwin School of Excellence and Governor’s Distinguished Improvement awards.

• Littleton High School has been featured in Newsweek’s “Top High Schools in America” and 5280’s “Best High Schools.”

• Littleton High School is “Accredited with Distinction,” the Colorado Department of Education’s highest academic accreditation rating. Only 10 percent of Colorado’s school districts earn this distinction.

• Approximately 90 percent of LPS high school graduates are college-bound, earning more than $40 million annually in college scholarships.

LPS schools serving selected addresses in High Line Crossing are:

Lois Lenski Elementary School
Isaac Newton Middle School
Littleton High School

For more information on LPS, visit
littletonpublicschools.net.

Cherry Creek School District
The Cherry Creek School District is one of the highest-achieving school districts in Colorado. Serving the southeast Denver metropolitan area, it educates more than 54,000 children in Greenwood Village, Cherry Hills Village and Centennial, plus portions of Aurora, Englewood and Denver.

Cherry Creek students consistently score well above state averages on standardized assessments, as well as above state and national averages on SAT and ACT exams. Indicators of the district’s excellence include:

Schools

• 15 CCSD schools were named John Irwin Schools of Excellence in 2017.
• 20 CCSD seniors achieved a perfect score of 36 on the 2017 ACT test.
• CCSD faculty have an average of 10 years’ experience and more than 79 percent hold advanced degrees.
• CCSD is one of only 23 school districts nationwide to receive the Meritorious Budget Certificate of Excellence for more than 15 consecutive years.

For more information on CCSD, visit cherrycreekschools.org.

Other Options
If you choose to look beyond public-school systems, Colorado state law allows non-resident parents to enroll their children in any Colorado school without paying tuition, provided state and district guidelines are followed. Below is a partial list of nearby private and parochial schools you might wish to explore. Kent Denver School and St. Mary’s Academy are two of the Denver Metro area’s most acclaimed private schools — both within a few minutes of Crossings at High Line Canal.