Welcome to Community Prep School

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CPS is helping to create remarkable stories for young women & men. Students are taking control of their education and working toward a diploma that preps for the challenges and triumphs of life. Learn more about a school where students and staff work cooperatively toward a common goal. *Visit us at 332 East Willamette Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Available by appointment only outside of office hours.

Prospective Students

CPS is like no other school you have ever attended. For more information click here.

Current events and news at CPS

Community time 2/23/17

Fun Fact: Tinkering with things is one of the best ways to stimulate your brain Ms. Miller- Talked about the balance bike program- a great opportunity to earn a community project credit helping nearby elementary students. The next session will be Friday afternoons...

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Community Time 2/9

Today at Community Time: Mr. Ewing gave recognition to several students for all of their hard work. PPWFC is offering paid internships starting at $10.05. Students interested in participating must be age 17 or older and have at least 20 credits. If you are interested...

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Announcements

*Landmark Community High School is having a Open House!   Check out the new school and meet the staff February 22nd to 24th at 828 E. Pikes Peak

*Community Prep School is in the news! Check out this Gazette article

about our partnership with Landmark Community School!

 

 

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Community Prep School

332 East Willamette Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903     (719) 227-8836                                  Fax (719) 227-8897

Authorized By

Colorado Springs School District 11

Member Of

Colorado League of Charter Schools
School Websites Must Be Accessible to Persons with Disabilities

On June 29, The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights(OCR) announced that it has reached settlements with education organizations in seven states and one territory to ensure website accessibility for people with disabilities. The agreements cover issues raised under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 to online services and programs.

As a public school, your website content and functionality must be accessible to persons with disabilities. The League recommends immediately posting on your school website a notice to persons with disabilities about how to request access to online information or functionality that is not currently accessible. The League will be developing additional resources for member charter schools in the coming months. In the meantime, click here to access the ADA Best Practices Toolkit.

If you have questions, please contact Jessica Johnson,jmjohnson@coloradoleague.org 303-989-5356, ext. 121.