Outstanding Student Performance
High Point Academy is in line or out performs all elementary and middle schools in Far Northeast Denver. Click here for school comparison data.
Award Winning Wellness Program
Our award-winning wellness program ensures that our students spend their school hours in a healthy learning environment. We do this not only because healthy kids are better learners, but also because we want to promote healthy habits at a young age, thereby making it easier for our students to make healthy choices as adults.
Students are Grouped by Performance
In the essential subjects of reading and math, our students learn at their own level. If they’re behind, they get the instruction they need to catch up. If they’re ahead, they move up to a level that challenges them.
While many other schools have reduced or eliminated physical education (P.E.) programs, we offer regular P.E.
Spanish Instruction Starts in Kindergarten
Our students learn Spanish during classes that start in Kindergarten and continue through eighth grade.
Our students build character and help communities in need by taking part in different service learning projects every year, starting in Kindergarten.
Our preschool program serves children ages 4 and up. We currently offer 3 different full-day schedule options:
5 full days
3 full days
2 full days
We believe in a family-centered learning environment, which is why we recommend every HPA family to volunteer 20 hours each school year.
SMART Boards in Every Classroom
Our interactive technology-based lesson plans engage our students while teaching them the skills they need to be successful in a tech-savvy world.
Students Wear Uniforms
Uniforms enable our students to focus less on outward appearances and more on character and academic achievement.
Diverse Population of Students and Families.
Reported during the 2018-19 school year the population of students at High Point Academy was as follows: 29% Black or African American, 22% White/Caucasian, 44% Hispanic or Latino, 3% Asian and 2% other races. Additionally, 30% of students were English-Language-Learners, representing 27 different languages.