Adams 12 Five Star Schools is a caring, inclusive, and engaging district which exists so the students it serves can attain the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue the future of their choosing and are equipped to navigate and thrive in our rapidly changing world.
Our mission is to engage and inspire all students to innovate, achieve and succeed in a safe environment by ensuring high-quality instruction in every classroom, every day.
Changes allow schools to better support students
Back-to-school resources and information including policy changes, new delayed start time, and meal pricing.
Competitive sports in grades 6-8 and expanded career and technical education opportunities among the new additions
School and community resources will be on-site for students and families. Free backpack and school supplies for Five Star District K-12 families (while supplies last).
USDA waivers for free school meals were not extended; Families must apply to receive benefits for the 2022-2023 school year.
Students at FutureForward at Washington Square are building the first of five tiny homes to house young people that are aging out of the foster care system and have nowhere else to go.
*Full day schedule this Wednesday only
Tuition, Colorado Preschool Program and Special Education spots available throughout the district.
Career and Technical Education programming gives all students a competitive advantage as they enter college, career or the military.
Gifted programming is designed to help students navigate their growth and develop their full potential comprising four broad categories.
Student Support Services supports student academic performance and nurtures student social development.
We have a number of alternative education options for students. Some you can apply directly to, and some that are referral programs.
STEM programming uses science, technology, engineering and math to bring relevance to student work and make connections to society and the global world we live in.
What makes it home for us, is watching him thrive and be happy when he goes to school.
Jamie Fries, parent of Deaf and Hard of Hearing child