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2021 Family Favorites: Education

Find the right academic path for your child amidst the many quality schools and services provided in Colorado. Don’t stress the search; take a look at the schools and educational services our readers recommend.

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Special Needs Resource or Organization

Top Three

Winner

Hopkins Education Services

Custom tutoring packages offer individualized support with lessons planned around IEP, 504, ALP and/or BIP goals. Hopkins integrates into a family’s established education plans and works to communicate effectively with schools and teachers. All learning abilities are welcome.


Private School

Top Three

Winner

Denver Christian School

The idea that faith informs attitudes and actions guides education at DC. Reformed Christian tradition weaves into each subject at every grade level. Students enjoy an average of 20-27 students per classroom and the benefits of many extracurriculars including 12 sports, worship, theater, and clubs.

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Foreign Language School

Top Three

Winner

Global Village Academy

Families interested in gaining cross-cultural education perspectives or connecting with multi-lingual heritage will enjoy Global Village’s immersion programs. Students learn core content in English and choose between French, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, and Spanish for their second language. The school partners with local universities and national organizations.


Tutor or Academic Enrichment Program

Top Three

Winner

Hopkins Education Services

Going beyond tutoring, Hopkins helps families who are concerned about their child’s academic skills through assessment, homeschool support, camps, educational transition help, and more. Parents love watching as their kids’ frustration fades and their confidence rises.


Childcare Center (by single location)

Top Three

Winner

Cadence Academy Preschool Broomfield

Flexibility, safety, and compassionate community bring families to this center. Full-time, part-time, and before/after school care are available, plus summer camp for kids ages five to 12. Tots enjoy a full schedule of activities including outside time, arts, and nutritious meals; school-age kids benefit from support programs that coordinate with local districts and provide additional developmentally appropriate activities.


Preschool

Top Three

Winner

Denver Christian Preschool

Christian teaching is incorporated into all aspects of curriculum, from faith formation moments to music and literacy. Little ones learn social-emotional skills and creative thinking through play-based programs and from credentialed teachers. Three-year-olds attend preschool two mornings a week; four-year-olds attend three or five days a week for half or full days.

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