The DSST (Denver School of Science and Technology) network, part of Denver Public Schools, was founded in 2005 to expand educational opportunities through open enrollment in STEM-focused schools. Green Valley Ranch High School opened in 2011 and has seen 100% of its seniors graduate and go on to college.
Green Valley Ranch High School operates on a principal of “high accountability, high support,” enfolding students in a tight, supportive community while challenging them with a rigorous academic program. Jenna Kalin, School Director, other faculty, and students explain what’s unique about their education.
Read a transcript of New Faces in STEM Careers.
Read Green Valley Ranch High School’s 2016 National Blue Ribbon School application.
Jenna Kalin, School Director
4800 Telluride Street Building 2
Denver, CO 80249-6803
Student Demographics 2016
|Number of students 9-12||514|
|Students eligible for subsidized meals||69%|
|Limited English Proficient students||14%|
|Students receiving special ed services||4%|
|African American students||21%|
|Hispanic or Latino students||58%|
|Students of 2 or more races||3%|
|Native Hawaiian students||1%|
|Student mobility rate||4%|