Posted on September 20, 2016 by Krysta Cossitt
The Colorado Providence Academy (CPA) is on the Douglas County Board of Education’s agenda in November for approval. If granted approval, the charter school will open August 2017 in a temporary TBD location as it awaits its permanent home in Sterling Ranch’s Providence Village.
CPA is a part of the School Leaders for America, Inc. which is a non-profit education organization serving Colorado.
CPA will start off as a K-9 charter school with the addition of 10th grade the following year, 11th grade the year after and so forth.
CPA will be a STEAM+B school that focuses on project-based learning. CPA plans to design a high-tech facility to accommodate 800 students with a maximum class size of 25.
S – science
T – technology
E – engineering
A – arts
M – mathematics
B – business
CPA plans to follow the Douglas County Public Schools’ calendar, require school uniforms, have a 1 to 1 ratio of students to computers, and provide extra curricular programs such as sports and performing arts.
CPA enrollment is open to Roxborough residents. If CPA is oversubscribed, a lottery will be conducted with a priority going first to Sterling Ranch residents and then to siblings of existing students. If you are interested in enrolling your child, please print, complete and return the enrollment form to, firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to, 19201 E. Mainstream, Suite 104, Parker, CO 80134.
For further information, please contact Dr. John Evans at ColoradoProvidence@gmail.com or 303-840-9830.