Schools in Colorado Springs are divided into multiple different public school districts. There are also a number of private schools and colleges in the city. The Colorado Springs School is one of the most well-known private schools in the nation. Serving grades K – 12, the private school is a nonprofit college preparatory education center listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The public school districts in Colorado Springs all focus on providing youth with the know-how to have successful futures. The following are the schools in Colorado Springs.
Academy International, Antelope Trails, Chinook Trail, Discovery Canyon, Douglass Valley, Edith Wolford, Explorer, Foothills, Frontier, High Plains, Mountain View, Pioneer, Prairie Hills, Ranch Creek, Rockrimmon, School in the Woods, The da Vinci Academy, Woodmen-Roberts
Audubon, Bristol, Carver, Chipeta, Columbia, Edison, Freedom, Fremont, Grant, Henry, Howbert, Hunt, Jackson, Keller, King, Madison, Martinez, McAuliffe, Midland, Monroe, Penrose, Queen Palmer, Rogers, Rudy, Scott, Steele, Stratton, Taylor, Trailblazer, Twain, Wilson
Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind, The Colorado Springs School, Colorado Springs Christian Schools, Corpus Christi Catholic School, Divine Redeemer Catholic School, Evangelical Christian Academy, Fountain Valley School of Colorado, Hilltop Baptist School, Pauline Memorial Catholic School, Pikes Peak Christian School, Springs Adventist Academy, St. Mary’s High School, University School of Colorado Springs