Provide a safe and welcoming school where students can pursue their education, realize their potential, and develop skills to lead productive and rewarding lives.
Create a safe place to learn that celebrates individual achievement, embraces community involvement, and promotes personal growth through positive choices.Our core strategies which support our mission and vision include the following:
Comprehensive affective educational curriculum; Proactive academic and affective intervention; Standards-based curriculum, instruction and assessment; Very strict attendance and discipline policies; Smaller school setting; Intensive Pathway for grades 6th through 12th.
|Parent-Teacher Conferences PREP Academy held its Parent-Teacher conferences on Oct. 28, 2014 with great turn out. Parent-Teacher conferences are held several times a year and are vital to the success of our students. With the support of parents, PREP Academy can see to this success!|
|Back-to-School PREP Academy had its Back-to-School night August 28. Parents and students had the chance to mix and mingle with teachers and staff members. What a great turn out! We, at PREP Academy, are excited about this upcoming school year and we look forward to working with parents and students to have a successful year all around!|
|End-of-Year FUN! Ten lucky students had the opportunity to white-water raft Clear Creek at 782 cfs! Lucky because of outstanding academic performance and attendance. For some students it was their first time, leaving them wanting more of this fun life-time activity. See Gallery on Mr. Borel’s site.|
|Concurrent Enrollment PREP Academy has two concurrent enrollment college courses through the Community College of Denver. College level rigor is employed to give our students a head start with college credits while still in high school.|
|Mile High Scholars Annually, each of the Denver Public Schools selects students deemed Mile High Scholars. From left to right:Seated: Jorge Flores-Gutierrez, Selena Two Crow, Giovanni MontanezStanding: Ayub Hirsi, Sarah Jones, Shabias Zepher, Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Jiovanni Valdez. PREP is very proud of our Mile High Scholars!|
|Art Contest Congratulations to Emmanuel Silva-Silero for having won the DPS Safety Calendar Art Contest. He will be attending the Recognition Ceremony on May 3, 2013 at the Denver Firefighters Museum.|
|Achieve 3000With students coming from all over the district, PREP Academy is meeting the challenge of addressing the varying needs of every student enrolled at the school. Achieve 3000 is a great way to provide differentiated teaching and learning.”We believe that all students should have access to personalized literacy solutions that meet the needs of today’s learners.|
|Speak On It On January 22, a panel of students presented to DPS educators issues surrounding the learning environment especially as it pertains to student learning development. Topics ranged from behavioral issues to personal issues that affect how students learn and how teachers create the environment necessary for a positive learning environment.|