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Peak to Peak High School

  • US News and World Report Best High School Logo High school students are supported and expected to pursue the most rigorous classes possible to prepare them for success in college and beyond.  Students who demonstrate mastery of knowledge and skill may enroll in one or more of the 20 Advanced Placement courses offered in the high school.  Extensive college counseling is integrated into classroom lessons and is founded on a personalized approach to helping students discover, apply, and be accepted to the best fit college of their choice.

High School News & Announcements

  • PEAK WEEK 2023!

    Our High School staff is very excited to launch our first annual Peak Week next year, March 13-17. Teachers and counselors have been hard at work creating experiential education courses that we are sure will provide students with memorable, formative experiences. Peak Week will become an important part of students’ experience at Peak to Peak, and yearly participation is a graduation requirement. Please mark your calendars. Students and guardians will receive all course options in the fall; students will rank order their preferences and student placement will be dependent on multiple factors with the goal of placing every student in one of their top choices. Costs for courses will range from around $40 (similar to a field trip fee) to $2500 international courses that run into some of Spring Break. At least 50% of courses will cost under $150, and financial assistance will be made available for those that need it.  Click for a list of approved courses and more information!

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  • Principal Article: Congrats to the Class of 2022

    Congratulations to the senior class of 2022, the graduates who have shaped our school, guided the K-12 community, and left a positive legacy over the past 13 years. Thank you for all you have done, students and families, for facing the challenges set before you with great character, and for carrying yourselves with dignity while successfully navigating distance learning and COVID barriers during your high school careers. You’ve sacrificed a great deal, and that is not lost on any of us. We are very proud of you! Please click to read the full article.

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