Colorado Succeeds 2017 Legislative Priorities

…because they attend a public charter school.

Charter schools in Colorado work with diverse students who mirror the diversity of our state. Currently, 46.9 percent of Colorado charter public school students identify as students…

Work-Based Learning – PTECH

…fostering the relationship with a local school district and community college on your own.

Explore the full list of participating Colorado community colleges and schools.

Key Resources How to Assess Partner Readiness School District…

Schools Partner to Bridge the Rural-Urban STEM Divide

We’ve long heard that technology will revolutionize education, dissolving barriers created by distance, inequity of opportunity, and lack of resources, and bringing the world to every student.

Top 10 Policy Wins for Colorado Students in 2021

…Succeeds strongly opposed HB21-1295, the Rebuttable Presumption In Charter School Appeals, which would have limited the number of charter school options available to students. It would have made it extremely difficult for a charter school

Colorado Succeeds 2018 Legislative Priorities

Following a productive 2017 legislative session with ten of the 11 bills we supported signed into law, Colorado Succeeds is gearing up for the 2018 session with a focus on six key areas:


Rocky Mountain Prep Embodies PEAK Values

…members for a tour of Rocky Mountain Prep 2 (RMP 2), a public, tuition-free charter school in Southwest Denver. It is part of a nonprofit charter management organization also serving Southeast Denver. The school, which…

The Succeeds Prize 2017 Finalists – High School

…that would rival a larger school’s offerings, Holly’s small, tight-knit community supports students in pursuing their individual interests.

Thomas MacLaren Charter School in Colorado Springs

Thomas MacLaren Charter School emphasizes three key pillars in…