High School (Grades: 9th Grade - 12th Grade)
Vantage Point building 2016

Vantage Point High School is an alternative high school that offers an individualized, student-centered program designed to serve students in grades 9-12 who are at risk of not graduating.

Vantage Point is focused on increasing student achievement and success through mutual respect, positive peer pressure and affective support systems in a safe environment. Students are able to start fresh academically with small class sizes and less social distractions, recovering credits to graduate on time. At Vantage Point, students have modified schedules to accommodate job or family schedules.

Teachers and staff at Vantage Point are committed to helping young people become productive, healthy, ethical and successful citizens who are prepared for post-secondary education and/or the workforce.

Unique Programs

  • ASTAR: An Adult Supported Transition and Recreation Program.

  • Vista View: A program designed to keep students who are temporarily out of school connected to the educational process.

  • Discovery Program: A concrete, skills-based program through which students learn and master positive social skills.

School Demographics (Colorado Department of Education School Dashboard)

Enrollment Information


Students who live within the Adams 12 Five Star Schools boundaries and have a transcript showing they have completed at least one semester of high school, may apply to Vantage Point High School.

  • Pick up an application from Vantage Point High School. If your student is in Special Education with an IEP, please contact Nita Laramie Eaton for enrollment information at 720-972-5804 or Juanita.A.LaramieEaton@adams12.org
  • Return the completed application along with the students High School Transcript, Immunization Record, Discipline Record, Birth Certificate and one Proof of Residency. (Xcel energy bill, water or trash bill, rental agreement or mortgage contract required to Vantage Point.
  • Complete an intake interview with a VPHS Diagnostic Center counselor (with a parent/guardian).
  • Attend Orientation with a parent/guardian.