Awards

Apply for the 2020 Succeeds Prize Awards

The Succeeds Prize rewards what's working in Colorado's public schools
to deepen impact and support ongoing innovation.

Teachers are our champions of innovation, creativity, and learning. They are the most important partner in building a more responsive and agile education system. Together – with partners from the business community and civic leaders committed to creating a system that is responsive to the needs of learners – we look to agile educators who are charging forward with engaging ideas. The Succeeds Prize recognizes innovation in alignment with the Vision 2030 Framework. The 2020 application is now open. Download the PDF and send a Word document complete with your school/program name in the title and responses to Shellby Jones at sjones@coloradosucceeds.org no later than January 31st.

PAST SUCCEEDS PRIZE AWARD CATEGORIES

FINALISTS

Aurora Quest K-8
Aurora Public Schools

WINNER
Longfellow Elementary
Salida School District

Manassa Elementary
North Conejos School District

FINALISTS

WINNER
Academy of Advanced Learning
Aurora Public Schools

Altona Middle School
St. Vrain Valley Schools

McAuliffe International School
Denver Public Schools

FINALISTS

Grandview High School
Cherry Creek School District

WINNER
La Veta High School
La Veta School District

Loveland Classical Schools
Thompson School District

FINALISTS

Computer Science & Cybersecurity Programs
Warren Tech, JeffCo Public Schools

Hack School
STRIVE Prep – EXCEL, Denver Public Schools

WINNER
School Pathways & SystemsGo Program
Cañon City High School, Fremont RE-1

FINALISTS

EDGE Program
Legend High School, Douglas County Public Schools

WINNER
School to Employment Program (STEP)
Pueblo 70 & Parkview Medical Center,
Pueblo District 70

Senior Capstones Program
Roaring Fork School District

FINALISTS

Digital Badging Program
Aurora Public Schools

NoCo Inspire
Poudre School District

WINNER
St. Vrain Valley Schools

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"Thank you for the opportunity to refine our dream. We love our community. We love our school. We love our jobs."
Tara Hardman, TEACHER AT stem lAUNCH k-8 AND wINNER OF THE 2017 INNOVATION AWARD