We believe each student has the potential to achieve in the right environment. Learning differences sometimes make it difficult for them to learn by traditional instructional methods. Learning strengths and areas for growth vary from child to child. We believe that individualized instruction is the most effective way to maximize each child’s strengths while also addressing their growth areas.
The admissions policy is fairly broad and involves an in-depth examination of a wide range of criteria. Many of our students have mild to moderate learning differences; however, others just need support and accommodations for ADD, ADHD, OCD, and other behavioral disorders. Additional profiles include dyslexia, dyscalculia, executive dysfunction, auditory processing disorder, high functioning autism or some combination of these. The one thing that all our students have in common is greater success with an individualized curriculum and small classroom size. We are not a therapeutic school, and we do not have specialized programs primarily for psychiatric diagnosis or treatment.
Yes! Accelerated Schools serves students on the Autism Spectrum. Like every other student at Accelerated Schools, they have an individualized success plan that uniquely accommodates them.
All teachers at Accelerated are highly trained to teach children with learning differences. Accelerated encourages that all teachers pursue opportunities for continued education. Additionally, Accelerated provides annual professional development for teachers. Teachers at Accelerated continuously hone their teaching skills by studying the latest educational trends, techniques, and curricular advancements. Many Accelerated teachers possess master’s degrees.
Yes! Most of our graduates continue to college (4-year, 2-year, and community college) and we support them in considering options that best fit their learning profiles and level of independence as a teenager. We provide opportunities for leadership and have a comprehensive post-secondary planning system setup for all upper school students which includes college visits and student discussions with their office of differences. We assist in narrowing down options, the application process, and essay writing. Our college counselor works with students and families to navigate the college search.
Yes, we do accept international students. We issue an I-20 (student visa) after we receive a completed and approved application, copy of student’s passport, and $2000 deposit.
Our goal is to produce highly skilled students who have a positive attitude toward themselves. They have greater self-esteem, are more goal-oriented, are college-bound and ready to move to the next level, have explored some careers, and are career-minded and, in general, better global citizens.
As an accredited school, we offer all courses required for graduation in Colorado based on CDE guidelines. In addition, we offer a wide range of academic electives and activities; please contact an enrollment counselor today to find out more information on our course catalog at (303) 758-2003.
Accelerated Schools 2021-2022 Tuition Rates and Fees
If tuition is not paid in full at the time of enrollment, a $2,000 deposit is required before establishing a payment plan.
|Middle School||High School||International|
|4.5 Months- $15,550||4.5 Months-$18,650||4.5 Months-See Counselor|
|9 Months- $24,350||9 Months-$25,750||9 Months-$26,450|
|12 Months- $30,450||12 Months-$32,250||12 Months-$32,550|
|Summer (2.5 Months)- See Counselor||Summer (2.5 Months)- See Counselor||Summer (2.5 Months)- See Counselor|
We offer year-round open enrollment. Our full-time program is scheduled from 9:30 AM until 3:30 PM Monday through Thursday and 9:30 AM until 2:00 PM Friday.
Our year-round open enrollment allows a student to start at any time of the year.
Accelerated Schools Middle School is 5th-8th grade, and the High School is 9th-12th grade.