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K-12
Public charter
Colorado Springs, CO
Students enrolled: 350
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525 East Costilla St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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(719) 570-7575
(719) 475-0831
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December 19, 2014
Dear Mr. Navarro, I want to take a moment to thank you for your extensive and meaningful work in developing last night s music program. You expertly highlighted the musical learning that was occurring across all grade levels (K-12). As a mom of two of your students, I delighted in their performances. Seeing my third grade son, Elijah, step out of his comfort zone and sing in front of the huge audience was powerful. Likewise, watching my fifth grade daughter, Amber, joyfully participate throughout the rendition of the Little Drummer Boy was such fun. Additionally, you expertly facilitated the transitions by entertaining the audience minimizing challenging audience behaviors. In our family s experience, this program was the most inclusive and purposefully choreographed.

- submitted by a parent
October 21, 2014
This is an awesome school, the staff is great. They strive to make sure all scholars succeed...

- submitted by a community member
October 21, 2014
Pikes Peak Prep is a great school, my children love the teachers. My kindergartner is in Mrs. Alabdujalil's class, she is a great teacher and definitely her education and experience shows when working with these little guys. My 7th grader is very happy and thriving well here at PPP. Mrs. Atencio the principal is a true leader, always available to parents feedback.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2014
Wow! What an incredible difference a year makes! We decided to give PPP one more year because my daughter loves her teachers and friends, and we seriously couldn't be happier. I was able to bring another family over from a bad experience in D-2 and they love it. It seems like everyone is happy kids are off to a good start. I walked in the other day and so many teachers were there to greet my daughter with handshakes and hugs. So glad we stayed.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2014
I have been at Pikes Peak Prep for 4 years. The first 3 were AMAZING. Until they introduced us to Odyssey. This is such a terrible program! It's so easy to cheat the system, and it's like your never being taught by the teachers! They just sat around and assigned you to computers. One of the teachers, (not going to say who) would ALYWAYS treat the older (9th grade+) better than us, younger ones. Anyways, as I was saying, I am very disappointed to say.. I didn't learn a whole lot in my 7th grade year. I am now switching to North Middle School, and I already love it! The teachers are very professional, unlike the ones here, at Pikes Peak Prep. I feel like I can actually do better this year, as an 8th grader. Parents, please think twice before sending your child here. There aren't any electives for 8th grade and under. As a 7th grader, we only got gym ONCE a week while 9th grade got 4 days a week. These teachers may have you believing its going to be the BEST school.. But it's not. There are tons of bullying problems at this school. It's awful! The teachers can NOT teach. I would honestly look into another school.

- submitted by a community member
August 06, 2014
Pikes Peak Prep is leading the way when it comes to student AND teacher advancement. I have never seen or heard of a school that truly cares for its student body and teachers as much as Pikes Peak Prep. I encourage everyone to give PPP a look!

- submitted by a community member
August 04, 2014
This school is an awful excuse for a charter school. Reverse racism is almost promoted here (that would be where white kids get negative treatment and bullied). My teen was stolen from multiple times during class hours, there is NO supervision. I actually got a letter from my 3rd grader's teacher explaining that the year was such a mess, if my kid did work -at all- then she received full credit...How exactly is that a "quality" education? The volunteer parents have no control over the children, you may as well send your child to public school, there is NO difference here. I decided to yank both of my children out after only 2 semesters, as none of my concerns were heeded and the principal spends all of her time in Denver instead of mentoring her kids and making sure her staff does their jobs.

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2014
I just read the previous posting. As a parent, I have no idea why someone would write a terrible posting about a school that is on the verge of awesome. To get a real feel for a school, you must visit and see the great teachers in action and the terrific things it has to offer our kids. I have two that attend and look forward to my third beginning kindergarten next year.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2014
Pike Peak Prep is by far the worst school in the Colorado Springs area. The teachers are over worked the Odyessy on line program is wacked. They now have a Watch DOGS Dad program who is the hired help to keep the students in line. No teaching instruction and the only thing the GEO Foundation and the school board care about is all the state and federal grants money they can get for low income high risk students and families. Truly a dreadful place your students are not safe there.

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2014
Love this school! Great staff who cares deeply about my two daughters. Thank you Pikes Peak Prep.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2014
The new administrators bring some hope for PPP. Many staff members appear to be doing the best they can. Some who weren't so good are, thankfully, gone. Equipment is in poor shape and inadequate. Students whose behavior should have gotten them expelled remain filling seats and causing disruptions. There is very little quality instruction and promises of being able to advance by doing computer work are not reality. Very little is offered for enrichment or for students who really want to learn.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2014
Pikes Peak Prep is a wonderful school. We moved our kids from FFC 8 due to lack of concern for their students. We love the school here. My daughter as a freshman is in college classes and my son feels safe from bulling. I am able to volunteer my time here at the school and feel welcome. This is more than a school this is a family environment. I reccomend this school to all I meet. I look forward to many years here at PIkes Peak Prep. I love all the new changes the school is making to better our school. GO SOARING EAGLES

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2014
Pikes Peak Prep is above average. With recent changes to administration, the school has become a very supportive and even more academically rigorous place for children to excel. I couldn't be happier with the great changes going on at this charter school.

- submitted by a teacher
April 28, 2014
Pikes Peak Prep is a great place for children to succeed and grow. The staff is caring and skilled and the changes that have taken place this year are only making the school stronger!!

- submitted by a teacher
April 27, 2014
Pikes Peak Prep has consistently demonstrated high academic growth each year--except for 2012-13. As a result, the school board and it's non profit education management team hired a new leadership team in 2013-14. In addition, the GEO Foundation invested nearly $500,000 to assist in improvements. These dollars supported the implementation of TAP, paid for teachers to be trained in Teach Like A Champion strategies, paid for training in use of technology in the classroom and more. These strategies are widely recognized high quality teaching methods as they are used by some of the highest performing charter schools in the country. The computer-based education tools we have installed this year are also used by the best schools in the country and provide students the opportunity to excel at their pace while receiving personal attention from their teachers. It is clear that the school is addressing last year's challenges. The school has taken dramatic action in 2013-14 to improve its offerings for the students at PPP. The school board and it's management team are fully committed to providing a world class education to the families we serve. Come join us and watch us grow.

- submitted by a community member
February 25, 2014
I have attended PPP for three years now. I can say from first hand experience that this school is not what they lead you to believe... In the three years I attended PPP, I have seen about six different principles and they have gone through numerous teachers. In fact they have been looking for a English teacher since December. Yes there is computers in every class room but that's all it is. All the work we do is online, the teacher can't really teach anymore because the students are all in different spots online. Yet the teacher are expected to know and teach the same thing to the students even if one student is not there or past that. They say to split the time so we will have some teacher;student time but the teachers don't. We just work on computers and were expected to know it without a proper lesson. For some students it's fine but for others it's not. The computers are very damaged; have missing keys, cracked screens, written on. Most of the teachers are lazy. Ask any of the students and they will tell you how PPP has failed to keep it's promise to help kids succeed. We don't have a full time janitor which makes this place filthy and unsanitary! Be careful!

- submitted by a community member
February 03, 2014
Thank you for your review of Pikes Peak Prep.I have been an educator for over a decade and have been involved with a variety of schools, as a teacher and a parent. What I can tell you about Pikes Peak Prep is that this is a school committed to professional development for teachers. Through the TAP system ( student and teacher advancement ) our teachers receive weekly professional development, and weekly support through modeling of lessons or coaching. There are also numerous opportunities throughout the year to attend Teach Like A Champion workshops or TAP conferences. We offer concurrent enrollment for high school students, night school, after-school sports, and tutoring.We have a Robotics Club, Science Club and family nights. I am excited about the future of Pikes Peak Prep!

- submitted by a teacher
February 01, 2014
I am an educator myself and feel that I have a great experience to write a well-thought review, so please read! I have just seen 2 articles on Education Buzz thru the Gazette and feel it necessary to respond, but want to remain anonymous, which is possible here. While on a gut-level I agree with Ms.Montoya, I will try to remain factual and even positive where possible. We saw the need to move our child after only a very short time. Principals have come & gone, the new teacher rate for last year was 90%, to my knowledge, and during this year's fall semester almost half have left!!!! What does that tell you!?!?! Little to NO disciplinary action was taken in times of obvious need for it while our child attended. We feel very strongly that a governing body should not be across the country; they cannot possibly have a day-to-day knowledge of the school where it counts. What is happening now (imo) is a last-ditch effort to save a school that should have closed years ago. It's really too bad since that community needs a CMCA-like school as a boost. This is what we had hoped it would be for us since we lived around the corner. Good luck finding a different school parents!

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2013
My Name is Ella Winey and I have 3 wonderful boys attending this school. The teachers are amazing. They are very hands on and care about all their students. Not only do the teachers care about the students in their grade they care about all of the students in the school. I had one teacher tell me when my son introduced us that I am not a teacher for one specific grade, I am a teacher for all children and will always be that way. I would highly reccomend this school to anyone that is unhappy with the school their child or children are currently attending

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2013
From a personal view of Pikes Peak Prep, I am very satisfied with what new changes have occurred. I am a 12th grade student and before I came to Pikes Peak Prep I was a student in need of one on one help with teachers. My public school did not help as much when I asked for the help. As for Pikes Peak Prep, I have become more involved in everything and have increased my GPA by outstanding numbers. I am top in the class and have been going to college classes. Pikes Peak Prep is well known for giving students an opportunity to experience college, I am one of them and have been helped to get my college credits started WHILE in high school. New rules and programs have straightened some students out and made them realize that once they enter the real world, they will need to know what to expect before doing what they wish in the future. The teachers are amazing and have been amazing when I asked for help and there is no need for ANY student to complain about not liking a certain teacher. When a student needs help, they should know that they have many resources to help them achieve their needs and tasks. Pikes Peak Prep has been a great experience to be taught at these last three years.

- submitted by a community member
November 06, 2013
I love this school bunches. I have a kindergartner and an 11th grader in the school. No one has been able to get the oldest interested in school in 2 states and sadly has had to repeat the 11th grade. He went from D's and F's to getting his first A's since elementary school. This place shows a lot of respect to it's students and the response is amazing. Thanks Pikes Peak Prep for getting him back on the right track and making my little girl love school from the start.

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2013
Wonderful things are happening at Pikes Peak Prep! Teachers are focused on helping every student achieve. This is the best year at Pikes Peak Prep ever. I have seen many charter schools and many public schools. Having 5 kids of my own I value good education and know the importance of teaching every child. With the school's new blended learning model teachers are able to customize a learning path for every student. They will meet each child where he is and move him to the next step and beyond. I am very excited about everything going on at this school.

- submitted by a teacher
August 29, 2013
Pikes Peak Prep is a great school! There's a sense of community and caring atmosphere that helps the students to excel and learn. With improved curriculum changes this year, students learn with lessons more customized to their individual needs, and teachers have a chance to discover specific information about how a student is performing across subject areas to be able to tailor lessons to fit their needs. With a great new principal, the staff is happy, administration is running smoothly, and students come to school excited to learn. I highly recommend Pikes Peak Prep!

- submitted by a teacher
August 25, 2013
This year is off to a great start. New curriculum that will enhance 21st century skills as well as academics. We have great a staff and wonderful support from our administration. As staff member I'm encouraged with the new and exciting this year is going to bring.

- submitted by a teacher
August 23, 2013
Pike's Peak Prep is a wonderful school with a wonderful staff. I would highly recommend this school to anyone looking for a great education for their child or children.

- submitted by a parent
August 23, 2013
All of the changes that have occurred over the summer at PPP are amazing. The teachers are using a new curriculum this year and I am sure that the students will excel under this new model. GEO offers lots of great support to this school and all of its schools. The early college program is a great opportunity for the students at PPP. Please come in and talk to us about the great future for your child at PPP.

- submitted by a teacher
August 23, 2013
Over the past couple of years, I have noticed an increase in school spirit, a staff that cares about students learning in a safe environment and recently implemented programs, like blended learning and opportunites to review classroom assignments at home that will only help each and every student either catch up to their grade level or exceed grade level standards. Parents also have the ability to monitor their students progress daily from work or home.

- submitted by a teacher
August 23, 2013
Pikes Peak Prep is filled with people who truly care about the kids and eachother. Everyone is committed to making the school experience one that will excite our kids about their education, both now and later, when college years are approaching.Good choice for kids, good choice for parents. Excellent college opportunities, while still in high school.

- submitted by a teacher
August 23, 2013
This's a great place to study. This school really cares about students and their achievements. The staff is very pleasant and nice. There is a lot of exiting classes this school provides. You can actually attend college classes and get real credits while you're in High School. Totally friendly and safe environment.

- submitted by a community member
July 03, 2013
I don't know where to begin talking about this "school." I'm a former student (I went to Pikes Peak Prep for seventh and eighth grade) who consistently got A's and kept out of trouble. I hate to sound pompous, but now I go to one of the best schools in the state and I do very well there. It's been over a year since I was enrolled at Pikes Peak Prep, so admittedly some of my opinions could be irrelevant now. But from my experience, the work load is minimal, the material itself is laughable, a lot of the teachers are lazy and couldn't care less, students are (sometimes) controlled and restrained out of fear, not respect; punishments are hardly effective and end up doing more bad than good, many of the kids are poorly disciplined, have little self-control, and are, for lack of a less offensive term, a bit dull; the lunches are barely more than edible, the physical education is a joke, and picking your kid up from school is unnecessarily arduous. As for the good qualities of this school, they're outweighed by the bad. However, a couple of the teachers are very good at their job. They teach you practical ideas and really help you apply them to the real world.

- submitted by a community member
June 21, 2013
My daughter attended K and 1st grade at PPP. We had a great experience and my daughter is now above her grade level in reading and math. Thank you Ms. C.R. and Ms. C.M.

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2013
My kids go here and they are excelling. The school has gone through a lot of changes in the last few years, however it is better than ever. There is new leadership that is making a positive difference in the schools traditions and culture. Academics are excellent because of the dedicated staff. I would definitely recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2013
My 2 kids have been at this school for 3 years and I have to say that Pikes Peak Prep has seriously let my kids down academically. In my sons freshman year they did not teach Algebra 1, instead they taught consumer math, which is not needed. Then decided that algebra 1 would be taught in the senior year AFTER algebra 2. Plus this year my son had the top GPA in the 10th grade and when tested for entrance to a top school, his scores said he should be going into the 9th grade. And if he did summer school in english and math and passed algebra 1 they would let him into the 10th grade, which he is about to finish at Pikes Peak. My daughter tested better but will still have to take summer school and probably struggle in the 9th grade. The kids get no homework and it shows. Both my kids say they aren't learning anything. Beware!

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2013
My experience is based on 2 years of 1 child attending this school. There are definite benefits and deterrents. In general, the teachers are engaged and truly try to connect with students. However, with the seemingly high turnover rate of teachers/staff and personal observations of staff visibly upset over "school business", I question administration. I personally have experienced problems with school coordination, communication, staff attitudes, unresponsiveness, and staff saying one thing and doing another, or not following through on suggestions/improvements made and agreed upon. For a school that has been operating for several years, I'm amazed at the common disorganization/lack of planning and variable/unpredictable nature of things like student drop off/pickup, after school on/off-site activities, bussing, and school organized activities. I think a small group of staff/teachers do want to provide quality and varied activities for students but there aren't enough interested people (incl. students/parents) to pull much of anything together. In general my kid enjoys PPP and has excelled but I don't feel confident in PPP. I will be enrolling my kids somewhere else next yr.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2012
Great staff. Great technology. Engineering Program. Early college. And it's K-12 so all my kids can attend.

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2012
This is my childrens' second year at this school. And, they are doing so well academically, but the leadership, communication and accountability need to be worked on. Right now, they have a leadership "team" that I have yet to see respond to issues. Ever since they fired the principal early in the school year, they have been barely staying a float. I feel like any concern I bring to the attention of the leadership, that I am getting pawned off on someone else. Nobody can answer a simple question because they honestly don't know the answer. I find it odd that they have students and teachers rating this school on this site, and giving it positive praise, when the morale among the teachers has started to drop as well. We are definitely jumping from this sinking ship at the end of this school year to never return. I'm also advising all of my friends and those new to the area to stay away from this school!

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2011
Pikes Peak Prep has a long ways to go to live up to its hype. The first step that must be taken is for the school leader to be truthful to the parents that are at her school. It is run as a very tight ship, the small short hallways at the school are tightly controlled so no speaking above whispers is allowed. The main method of conflict resolution with students is suspension. There is also a strong push at the school as mandated by the elite school board for many more students, probably doubling class size. I found that the education here is good, the teachers are well qualified but the administration sees the students as money not as people. When the principle lied to me for the 3rd time about increasing my sons educational challenges to keep him from being bored, his mom and I moved him to a D11 school with a much better track record and a much better educational environment. I would be very cautious about enrolling my child here and document all conversations with school officials.

- submitted by a parent
July 13, 2011
My children had a terrific year at Pikes Peak Prep. I love the culture of this school. Every single person from the Principal, the teachers, even the janitor really show they care about kids. The principal personally tutored my daughter so she would catch up. I really like the code of conduct this school has. They do not allow students to bully or say put downs, like other schools do. They teach and show respect. Parents feel welcomed and appreciated at this school. Any time I stop by my childrens teachers and the principal greet us and make a point to talk with me and my husband. I like the way decisions are made for what is best for all the students. My children love the school and they made amazing growth! This is the best school, all kids should be this lucky. I want to thank all the staff and especially the principal.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2011
Pikes Peak Prep is a wonderful school. The teachers are dedicated to their students and work collaboratively to ensure that all students achieve academic success.The small environment and K-12 experience allows all students to feel part of a community.

- submitted by a teacher
April 12, 2011
Great music program and a safe environment with a hard working staff. Small and personal, a tight community.

- submitted by a teacher
April 11, 2011
...I have been going to Pikes Peak Prep for about 2 years and I can honestly say it's one great school! At PPP I am able to have free breakfast,which is a good thing because it helps you stay focused all day. The staff are happy to help a student at any time. The teachers really care about the students and always have time for us.In conclusion, I believe that this school is the BEST EVER!!!

- submitted by a community member
April 10, 2011
This is the best school. We are military and have two kids who were behind because we have moved around a lot. My children have been in many schools already, but I love this school, The teachers at Pikes Peak Prep worked hard to bring my kids up. But this is the first school where the principal spent time helping them with reading and math. She is great. She always responds immediately to my calls and helps with everything. She taught my daughter how to sound the words out and use clues from the reading. The school has such a nice friendly feeling. All the teachers and the principal show they care about the children. The school has some really neat programs like art, music, and Spanish. I like how the school communicates with parents. They have monthly newsletters, weekly grade reports, and the principal sends out emails and calls the parents for important information. My kids are so happy in this school. Every morning they wake up and cannot wait to go. This is because all the staff work so hard.and are so nice. My daughters are caught up and are even doing some work in higher grades now. This is a miracle considering they were behind when we came to Colorado.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2011
This school is amazing. The entire staff is dedicated to the students. They committ themselves fully to making these students successful. This is a small, initimate environment where the staff knows the students and their families. The music program is offered to all students who attend (K-12). All students are provided instruments without a cost to the family. After school private music lessons are provided to the students for FREE. The high school offers a Middle College Program in which students can take college classes at Pikes Peak Community College - the cost - FREE. Therefore, student can graduate from Pikes Peak Prep with an Associates Degree. Families should explore the charter school system. There are a lot of great options including Pikes Peak Prep.

- submitted by a community member
March 30, 2011
This school is a great find. The classrooms sizes are small and the school is a community. Students are known by name and the teachers are passionate, energetic, and knowledgeable. This school welcomes all children that want to learn and provides a safe environment for every student. This school has an amazing music program, with free instruments, and offers intermural sports. Free tutoring is available twice a week and a variety of clubs once a week. A middle college program is also offered with free college classes at Pikes Peak Community College. Overall this school is a well rounded, small, inviting K-12 FREE charter school. Come visit today!

- submitted by a teacher
March 30, 2011
I am a currently enrolled student at Pike Peak Prep and I truly believe that this school has changed my attitude toward learning and education. Since I started here last year I have never achieved lower than a B average in all of my classes. In fact, I was nominated to attend a conference in Washington D.C due to my academic achievements! Next year I will be attending college classes during my current enrollment and will graduate high school with college credits. Any high school student can excel at this school and I encourage anyone who wants to reach academic greatness to visit our school!

- submitted by a community member
March 30, 2011
I am currently enrolled at Pikes Peak Prep as a Sophmore. This is my second year at Pikes Peak Prep and I love this school. There is nothing else I could ask for, this school is a small safe environment where my Mother feels safe dropping me of every day. Now let me tell you about the teachers and the staff. If I had to choose one word to describe them I honestly COULDN'T, so I would have to say they are awesome, caring, loving, and always there for you. The Counselor is the best of the best so dont get jealous, its just the truth. There are many good things about this school, for example the free after-school tutoring, and free music classes. There's much more but you'll just have to find out on your own.

- submitted by a community member
March 30, 2011
I am a student at Pikes Peak Prep, and I really have been enjoying my time here. I really like the teachers and I like the students. I feel super smart now that I switched schools two years ago to this school. That is because I have excellent teachers. I really like how everyone wears uniforms, so there is no reason to pick on people or focus on clothes rather then academics.

- submitted by a community member
March 30, 2011
I am a junior at Pikes Peak Prep and this is my second year here. There are many good things about this school. The first is the college program, which offers free college classes and books, and the teachers are very passionate. PPP is a K-12 free charter school and it is easy to make friends at this school. This school has a way of making you feel like you can accomplish anything that comes your way. I have grown academically and I am looking forward to college.

- submitted by a community member
March 28, 2011
As a staff member here at PPP I love to recommed our school to anyone who has a child grades K - 12. We can offer an excellent learning enviroment through small classroom sizes and dedicated teachers. PPP can also offer the extras alot of parents are looking, such as free music lessons, spanish classes from the elementary to high school, sports and clubs.

- submitted by a teacher
March 28, 2011
This school is a great example of what creative education can accomplish. Being K-12, it services a high risk population through the love and care of its teachers and administrators. Come take a tour of the school and watch our dynamic staff and our engaged kiddos learning above-average material every day. There's no ceiling to our learning here and we are looking forward to more and more students graduating with college credit and/or associates degrees by the time they are done here at Pikes Peak Prep.

- submitted by a teacher
March 28, 2011
I Iove working in a small school where I know and care about every child. We as teachers have the ability to meet every child's needs because we are flexible with the curriculum, offer a wide range of after-school activities, and offer free tutoring after school for students who need extra help. Our administration has been very supportive, and they allow us to break the mold when planning our lessons in order to meet all learning styles. At this school, every student has the ability to succeed!

- submitted by a teacher
March 28, 2011
I truly enjoy teaching the students of Pikes Peak Prep. Due to our small class size, we are able to cater to more of ourstudents' needs. We do not let our students "slip through the cracks" and they are always held to a high standard. We teach that success is not only attainable, but also expected. Anyone and everyone who interested in learning more about our school should come take a tour!

- submitted by a teacher
January 21, 2010
My daughter and niece began attending this school this year in 6th grade and Kindergarten and I have no complaints. They offer extra-curricular activities, have music programs, and both of their teachers seem genuinely concerned with the girls' well being and meeting their educational goals. The school is a little bit disorganized, however, many of the schools my daughter has attended in the past were just as disorganized or more-so.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 16, 2009
My child went to this school the first year it opened. Horrible experience. Went through several principals. Academics were terrible. A waste of half a year. Hope things have improved.

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July 28, 2009
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July 16, 2009
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- submitted by a teacher
no rating February 26, 2009
I had four children attend this school. It was a huge disappointment. From the lack of discipline to the non-existent standards, my children basically wasted a whole school year.

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September 26, 2008
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- submitted by a student
August 09, 2008
I believe our school is great and the principal has opened a lot of doors for all his students We have oppurtunities now, i never thought possible for all my other schools. I've gone there for my seventh grade year and am now in my eighth grade year, Taking classes i didn't have atmy old schools. I'm amazed at how commited our principal is to getting the most out of our educations.

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Pikes Peak Prep
525 East Costilla St, Colorado Springs, CO  80903
(719) 570-7575
Last modified Pikes Peak Prep is a Charter school that serves grades K-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 2 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Pikes Peak Prep Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 59 reviews. Top