Moving to a new neighborhood can be challenging; finding the right one for your family with the best schools, even harder. Below are a few of Denver’s Top Schools according to www.greatschools.net

Bromwell Elementary School (K-5)

Creatively meeting the needs of all learners with quality, comprehensive programs. Through strong leadership, dedicated teachers and community involvement, Bromwell students are exceptional academic achievers.

Cory Elementary School (ECE – 5)

High-performing school with many unique programs to offer all students. The majority of the staff is trained in educating HGT (highly gifted & talented) students and is a magnet site that utilizes the “integrated model” approach.

Steele Elementary (ECE – 5)

Steele’s mission is to provide children with the skills, knowledge, and values necessary to become productive citizens in a dynamic and diverse society. We seek high academic achievement by providing a challenging environment and by fostering cooperation between students.

Polaris at Ebert Elementary (K – 5)

Ebert Elementary is the home of the Polaris Program serving grades K-5.  The Polaris Program at Ebert is the first and only independent site in Denver Public Schools dedicated to meeting the needs of Highly Gifted and High Achieving students.

Morey Middle School (6 – 8)

Morey offers students an academically challenging environment with an emphasis in all classes on comprehension, literacy, and technology. Along with the core classes, a vast number of electives are offered to our students.  Morey also houses two special self-contained programs, ED (Emotionally Disturbed) and our Autistic Program.

D’Evelyn Junior/Senior High School (7 – 12)

D’Evelyn Junior/Senior High School is a rigorous liberal arts option school where students are prepared to THRIVE in their post-secondary endeavors. Students develop college entry-level academic skills, including independent and analytical reasoning based on objective knowledge.

Denver School of Science and Technology (6 – 12)

DSST Public Schools transforms urban public education by eliminating educational inequity and preparing all students for success in college and the 21st century.

Denver School of the Arts (6 – 12)

The Denver School of the Arts is a comprehensive secondary arts magnet school (grades 6-12) in Denver Public Schools. Besides a rigorous academic program, students also engage in intensive studies in Creative Writing, Dance, Music, Stagecraft and Design, Theatre, Video Cinema Arts, and Visual Arts.

East High School (9 – 12)

Providing a rigorous learning experience while preparing students to become creative, active citizens ready for academic and career success beyond graduation.

Fred N Thomas Career Education Center (9 – 12)

The mission of the Career Education Center Middle College is to ensure our students make successful life choices by supporting and guiding them in real world college and career experiences.The curriculum is college preparatory, focusing on career and technology education.The career classes are an innovative way for high school students to earn academic credits towards a college degree or industry certification while completing DPS high school graduation requirements.