We’re Pretty Humble, but We’re Also Very Smart

Education in Denver South

If you’re looking to fill your office with the smartest people in the region, look no further.

  • 24% of the Denver South population holds graduate or higher-level degrees.
  • 64% of the population has a bachelor’s degree or higher
  • 98% of the population 25 years and older has a high school degree or higher

From Cute to Smart

K-12 Education

Denver South takes great pride being the home to educational pioneers in Cherry Creek School District and the Douglas County School District. These two alone attract companies and employees with ambitions to be near respected educational systems. The Douglas County School District and Cherry Creek School District have among the highest high school graduation rates of the 19 school districts in the Denver Metro Area, ranking second and fifth respectively.

If you are looking to educate your family in a private setting, there are numerous options, including Valor Christian, Regis Jesuit, Kent Denver and Lutheran High School among others, ensuring you the best fit for your family.

From Smart to Brilliant

Higher Education

Colorado is home to numerous higher education institutions, including: Colorado College, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, Colorado State University Pueblo, Metropolitan State University, Regis University, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, the University of Colorado Boulder, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, the University of Colorado Denver, and the University of Denver.

Several community colleges serve businesses and residents of the Denver South region including Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, Community College of Aurora, and Community College of Denver.