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7-12
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Denver, CO
Students enrolled: 1,002

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10359 West Nassau Ave
Denver, CO 80235

(303) 982-2600
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September 12, 2014
Two different results for our family because kids learn differently. The first, not fond of the school - but was a kid that likes to work hard - and is now in a top tier University. Second, needed more freedom, disliked the school and EVERYTHING suffered - transferred and within two weeks did a 180 in all facets of life. My believe it is a one size fits all school, if your kid fits - great, if not a grinder for work - not much attention, help and no compassion. Do not hesitate to pull your kid when the GPA starts to matter. One last note, despite the opinion of the school that college admissions is aware of the THEIR caliber of student - in my opinion is drinking from your own kool aid. Spoke to admissions at top tier schools out of state - "GPA is KING, congrats on the great ACT score but why a GPA of only a 3.5 - we received 45,000 applicants and not familiar with your school." To be clear - great school for the right kid - my advice, competitive world, your kid can study like a rock star - that does not get them into the right college. Yes, they may need to learn those skills when they get in - but is that not what most of had to learn at that point as well.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2014
Oh, I got your standard, the so called "Student growth rating" so a school with average 95-100 in 2012 will never get a 10/10 rating by greatschools.org because you can not improve from that score anymore, so you will always get 5/10 on that criteria. But a school with a 70 get to 72 will get a 10/10 on "Student growth rating". Anyone in their correct mind will think a school with an average score of 70 should be rated 10/10 but a school with average 95 should be rated 8/10? This is BEST standard someone came up with that I ever see in my entire life

- submitted by a community member
May 31, 2014
Unmatched academics! If you are lucky enough to get drawn in the lottery (7th grade, as other grades are almost always full) you are blessed enough to have gotten into the best program in the area. Their remedial rate is 2% (state average is almost 40%) and their ACT scores are the best in the state year after year (average 27). Do they teach to the test? NO, they just have a rigorous program and expectations are high. The teachers, administration, parents and kids are on the same page and that is really the key to success. It's not for everyone, as the academic standards are high and your child either needs to be motivated or positively influenced by his/her peers being motivated. The homework expectations are high, but manageable, especially since they give a 7th hour study period daily to keep up. As far as the growth rate, their scores are really high, so you aren't going to see as high of a TCAP growth when they already have kids either proficient or above proficient. Their scores are amazing, even though they never do test prep or change their curriculum to do well on the test, as most schools in the area do.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
D'Evelyn is a fantastic school for our daughter. The staff are wonderful and truly care about the education of their students. Yes, they do expect a lot from students. Our daughter works hard in her work, but has also taken advantage of the many activities the school has to offer. We are also very pleased with the administration team as well this year. Mr. Edwards has done a lot to make D'Evelyn a more welcoming environment and a safer place for students. As our daughter ends her 10th grade year, we are looking forward to two more years and she is excited to have Mr. McKellips for Physics, we hear he is also an outstanding teacher. It is a lottery school and we still feel lucky to have gotten called.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2013
Love this school. Teachers are very caring and involved with kids, solid administration, and outstand curriculum. Rich extracurricular activities across both sports and the arts are available, and it's not unusual to see the star athlete singing with the choir. Ample opportunity for parent involvement across a number of committees.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2013
My daughter has attended D'Evelyn since 7th grade and is now a senior. Yes, the school has been tough, but I have found most of the teachers to be outstanding, kind and caring. Parents are very involved. Guidance office has been very helpful to my daughter. I am sure her grades would have been much better at another school, but she is learning so much here. I feel very fortunate to be a D'Evelyn parent.

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2013
How sad that someone wouldn't even look at a school because of a handful of internet postings. If you are looking for a rigorous liberal arts and college prep program at a public school price, then D'Evelyn is it. Expectations are set high for everyone, but the school provides a great support network for kids who need extra help. Behavioral standards are set high too - yes, some bullying / teasing occurs at the middle school level. But show me a middle school anywhere in this country where that doesn't occur. In our case, it was dealt with satisfactorily. Overall the high behavioral standards and clear rule structure creates a safe and engaging learning environment. Work load is heavy, but who doesn't have to manage a heavy work load to get ahead in life. It's great preparation for college and life beyond. D'Evelyn is a great choice school, particularly for kids who are college bound and/or really motivated learners.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2013
Staff tolerates bullys. Twice in two weeks my son was harrasssed in P.E. class and the teachers response was dull. They thtow students under the bus to protect their awards. If your child is driven and has no life then send them here otherwise run & run fast.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2013
im going here next year 4 7th grade! cant wait! its gonna b really epic

- submitted by a community member
May 09, 2013
I need to meet the families of the other two reviews posted in February 2013. We are in the same boat as we definitely don't lean right. My child is getting a great education at this school, and has been very happy. He's embraced his teachers, and has learned to manage his homework well in 7th hour, so the long nights are only occasional. The curriculum is top notch. But there is a strong right wing, conservative culture, and its the only thing I don't like about the school. I find it a bit disturbing that there are bible study groups as electives - it would be less disturbing if non-Christian groups were also represented but the school is small so limited population to pull from. The small size is a huge bonus compared to all the other public school options in the area. I do agree that all the negatives do lend to some great dinner time conversation, and have actually led to considerable learning experiences. I hope to raise children who can look at all sides of an issue prior to making a decision, and regularly being exposed to alternative points of view goes a long way towards that end.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2013
Of course this school is not for everyone, no school is. That is why we have choice schools in Colorado. I am not sure if it is the best school in the state, but it is definitely one of the best choices in Jefferson County. The school definitely leans right, and makes no bones about it. If you do not lean right, and we do not, then the school provides teaching moments and discussion points over dinner. To me this provides an opportunity to discuss why I believe what I believe, and why others might believe differently. I think it is good to have these type of discussions. Expectations for students are high, across the board. Both for academics and behavior. While the home work load may be high my child who does play sports, is involved in other outside activities seems to be able to handle it efficiently using 7th hour time and "found time" so that time at home dedicated to home work seems fairly reasonable. But I will agree that students need to be motivated, and driven

- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2013
I believe this is the best high school in Colorado; I give it 4 stars because it is not for everyone and not perfect. It is for average and above average students who need high standards and a rigorous curriculum to reach their full potential. Students with high self-motivation or creative intelligence will be stifled. Below average students can get a superb education, but they will put in a lot more work for a lower GPA than at their neighborhood school. The whole family needs to value substantive knowledge over grades or you'll go nuts. And if you are not a Bible literalist and a redmeat conservative, you'll have to have a thick skin and an ability to ignore a lot of silliness. E.g. the teacher who tells every class that you can not be a Christian if you believe in evolution. Or the Geography Dept that bought used textbooks already out of date when purchased for ideological (not budgetary) reasons. (I know this because I inquired.) The teachers just handwrote "the former" in front of the references to The Soviet Union. They finally got new online textbooks, but the fact that they were allowed to purchase this outdated tome and use it 15 years was ridiculous.

- submitted by a parent
December 11, 2012
My children attended D Evelyn. I thought D'Evelyn would provide a private school education at a public school price. I was wrong. My children are above average intelligence tough not academically gifted and they struggled to get C s at D Evelyn. Student growth is a better indicator of a schools ability to educate then is School ranking. Your student s GPA, class rank and Act scores will matter more to Colleges then D Evelyn s ranking. Expect 4-6hrs of homework nightly. This is the secrete to D Evelyn s success, along with the 25% + drop out rate. Extending the school day and eliminating lower performing students, raises school ranking. D Evelyn does not help struggling students. We found it necessary to hire tutors, then later, to transfer our children to other schools. Childhood is about laughter, living and growing as a person, not just scholastic prestige. Expect tears, struggle and strife at D Evelyn if your child is not gifted, highly disciplined and self motivated. As D Evelyn says it is not for everyone. The school provides a good conservative moral environment. The families are great. Many of the teachers are remarkable though some are ineffective and uncaring.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2012
I am really interested this school. But I dont know how to get my children in this school

- submitted by a community member
January 20, 2012
Please ignore the elitist and condescending prior review. Pick your school based upon honest and authentic feedback. You can still be somebody and work at Walmart and a $40,000 per year Ivy League college education won't make you better than anyone else. If that's the typical parent mentality at D'Evelyn, I'd be wary of a school perpetuating that.

- submitted by a teacher
December 14, 2011
ok this is the problem too many low scoring kids going to this school! If you just barely passed your csap scores in middle school then yes you will have a very hard time at this school! People that want to go to UNC or another average college might want to pick another high school, you can find many friends at Alameda! This school is for the dedicated kids that want to get scholarships to ivy league school! Too many parents are wanting their children to have fun in high school and find a bunch f friends that you will end up leaving anyways when you go to college! Get you kids involved in school and expect high scores from them to prepare them for the real world and not working at WAL-MART. Of course the students and staff pick fav's they do not want to be around stupid people, who does? Pick this school if you are looking to get scouted from a top college and be somebody!

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2011
I have to agree with someone who rated on here. The staff here t=do tend to pick favorites. Mostly the "cool" kids like the jocks and cheerleaders. Also the dress code isn't very appropriate, with lots of older girls wearing miniskirts and high heels. However good education and prepares well for college.

- submitted by a community member
November 18, 2011
I'm afraid I must agree with the young person who posted a negative review--my youngest graduated from D'Evelyn where she learned wonderful study skills but was so burned out that she only went one semester to college. Fast forward years later and two granddaughters attended D'Evelyn. One was so badly bullied with no response from the administration that she left. The other granddaughter diligently did well over 3 hours of homework every night and then was put down by teachers who informed her that she really should look for a different school! I would love to see D'Evlyn return to it's earlier years of caring about their students as young people instead of just their scores!

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2011
D'Evelyn is not as good as everyone makes it to be. I have been at develyn since 7th grade and am currently a junior. I struggle with depression, and anxiety. At D'Evelyn they only want test scores. I don't feel like I belong even though I have a ton of friends. If I get a bad test score I am immediately put down by the teachers and the students. Everyone thinks D'Evelyn is great when really we have no social lives and the nerds at D'Evelyn say they like it because they already know everything in the books. The kids who didn't go to Dennison Elementary are the ones that have the biggest trouble. Like me. DON'T GO TO D'EVELYN

- submitted by a community member
April 05, 2011
My student graduated from D'Evelyn several years ago. Yes, it was hard work. Yes, there was a lot of homework. Most of the teachers are wonderful, a few not so much. And every school has politics. But the result is a well rounded, VERY well educated student. ID'Evelyn is not for everyone. If your student is not willing to put in the effort, don't go to D'Evelyn. They expect a lot from their students. And they (students, parents, administrators) don't tolerate bad behavior, so the teachers don't have to put teaching aside to babysit. If I ask my student now, was it worth it, I would hear, absolutely yes! She has a great work ethic. She has been tutoring students older than she is all through college. She can write intelligently, problem solve, and is not afraid to challenge a professor, who lacks in teaching skills, in a diplomatic manner. You can go to another school, work less and get good grades. And in the end, the colleges probably don't care what high school you went to and how hard you worked. But it does make a difference to the student. By the way, Jefferson County-great school, less expensive to operate-why aren't there more schools like D'Evelyn?

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2011
I was a 13 year parent at D'Evelyn, with 4 kids in attendance. 2 graduated from there and 2 from Wheatridge. 3 had learning disabilities. All were very glad they attended D'Evelyn. The one who is 25 regrets not buckeling down more to have graduated from there. The 23 got her start in ethics and politics there. The 20 is on dean"s list and the 18 had crummy grades but great ACT's, no 4th year of math and admitted to 4 year state school. At D'Evelyn she felt like the dumb one. In the real world she feels very smart. All have worked and had scholarships to help pay for College. IT IS WORTH IT! No inflated grades. 2 hours of homework every night. 30 math problems every day. The diversity club died from lack of interest. If you want one, find a sponsoring teacher and have one again. Don't whine. Is it a perfect school? No. Is it the best school. Yes. Sometimes teachers or administrators are new. Help them to get up to speed. It is your school, parent driven, not district driven. You have much more power. Read the document on the web site. Go to the accountability meetings and be a candidate for the steering committee. Your influence does make a difference.

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2011
D'Evelyn gave me the opportunity of a lifetime. Thanks to committed teachers and a rigorous curriculum, it has set me on a focused path and prepared me for both college and future career endeavors. Teachers here develop intellectual students who enjoy learning, rather than students who go to school merely for the diploma. Indeed, D'Evelyn teachers make the students actually interested in the material. Also, having played a sport here for 4 years, I will undoubtedly vouch for this school's extracurriculars. Our teams have improved significantly each year, and are no longer the weak 4A teams we have been in the past. But remember, the most important aspect of the school is indeed the quality of learning. Oh, and if you're a kid, not a parent, don't worry about any lack of partying. Nuff said.

- submitted by a community member
October 30, 2010
We have two kids at D'Evelyn and they have really excelled. Yes they work hard and it appears to have bostered their own self-esteem. Their attitudes are terrific, excited about learning and working hard ... ignited their competitive spirits. It is a competitive world out there and for them this is good preparation.

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2010
I really do not know who is writing all these reviews, but I guarantee they are rigged like everything else in this school. My child is in 8th grade and I cannot wait to get her out of this place. She has had some good teachers but she has had some awful teachers. The ineffective teachers in this school are lazy, burned out, and only here for a free ride. This school is ONLY interested in test scores! There is no interest in developing the entire person. The homework load is from the time they get home until they go to bed. Homework is also loaded up on the weekends. Yes, this school does have good test scores, but at what price? If you want a positive educational experience for your child, pass this place up.They will be burned out by college, many are.

- submitted by a parent
October 30, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
October 07, 2009
I've been a student here since 7th grade and am now a Junior. D'Evelyn is the absolute best thing that could have happened to me! Yeah, I'm sometimes jealous of some of my friends from other 'easier' schools; but I would never want to trade places with any of them now that we're all starting to look at colleges. If you're fortunate enough to get 'lotteried' in here, you will definitely walk away with an AMAZING education when it's all said and done! As for the few sour grapes below; in the 4-plus years I've been here, the D'Evelyn faculty have always been very respectful and fair to me and all of my friends. As for the students, I'm very proud to say that we're among the nicest, most helpful people you'll find ANYWHERE!!!

- submitted by a student
October 03, 2009
Best school in the district, and one of the best in the country for a public school. Even if your child does not make it to higher education, every lesson taught there is a positive thing stays with them for life .

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
July 10, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2009
D'Evelyn will definitely prepare you for college and encourages you to be whatever you want to be. The vast majority of the teachers are great, they offer help and make sure you understand the topic. Sure, we have alot of homework. But you can get alot of it done in a study period at the end of the day, and its really not that bad. However I agree some people below me, the administration is unorganized and too overpowering. Our assistant principles tend to pick 'favorites.' Administrative staff cannot seem to listen, if you have to talk to them about something. And you can be criticized. Lack of communication between the school and parents can be a problem too. Also, students are not given alot of independence. Upperclassmen are not too friendly to the lower, especially Jr. High. But otherwise D'Evelyn is a challenging but rewarding school.

- submitted by a student
no rating February 04, 2009
Most of the teachers are good to excellent and buy into the concept of challenging students to live up to thier potential. All three of our kids received college scholarships to top schools due to their high school preparation.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 16, 2009
The academics at this school are superb. The biggest problem is with the current principal who singles out and bullies students and treats them like they belong in a correctional facility, not like the hard working, over acheivers they tend to be. This creates serious attitude problems within the school. Difficulties tend to be of the lesser variety such as dress code violations, which are met with punishment not fitting the infringement. If you want your child only to get a good education, this is a great school. If you want your child to get an education and enjoy school, pick another one. This one instills good work ethics but leaves the student with many bad memories of their high school years.

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2009
My Daughter attends D'Evelyn. She was fortunate enough to get picked through the lottery as an eighth grader and is in her second year. Before D'Evelyn she attended a small private school. The transition has been seamless. Academic load and student pride remains high, if not higher. Do not be fooled by the rumors that these kids are 'Nerds'. They bully larger schools on every court and field in Colorado, as evidenced by CHSAA, the District and State Championships that they have won in their young existance. Any parent who would not want this high standard of Excellence for their child both in the classroom and in extra curricular activities has to be nuts. I for one am grateful for the structure for which the school is ran, including the strict disipline. It simply is the best Junior/Senior High School in Colorado.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2009
I am a D'Evelyn parent and I have to agree with the posting from December 27, 2008. Both my children received an excellent education, were well prepared for college, and received scholarships. I am glad they went there, but as stated the atmosphere in the school could be improved greatly! The conservative Christian majority of the school tend to run things. There used to be a 'diversity' club; no more. My own children were criticized by other students because they believed in evolution, harassed because of their political beliefs and at times made to feel unwelcome. For the most part the teachers are great; think the administration could do better.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2009
I am a parent of four children that have attended D'Evelyn and I couldn't be happier. The best thing about the school is that it fosters a good work ethic. There is a lot of homework but since almost all of the students are college bound most students do the work. That makes for interesting dicussions in class where most participate. It really prepares the students for college. Many other schools have poor participation both by parents and by students but that isn't true at DHS. The amazing thing is that even though it is a lottery school (it doesn't get to select the smart kids like IB) we still have the top ACT score in the state, but we also had the top track and field runner last year (Kevin Williams). This year we have won the 4A golf finals and were in the final four for the state football.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2009
I am a D'Evelyn parent and I love most everything about the school. Great student body, great administration, many great teachers! Sports and extra-curriculars do not suffer from the academic rigor, and enhance the overall educational experience. I have to comment on the perceived 'lack of diversity' commented on by previous reviewers. This is a lottery school, and a public school, it cannot favor students based on religious beliefs, nor can it push a particular religion. All students and parents are welcome to participate. The 'overpowered administration' is actually overseen by a steering committee and a very strict series of rules and regulations which were part of the school's charter. The lottery system makes this school difficult to get into. One would think Jefferson County would see the results of this program and model more schools after it, so that more students would have access to this level of excellence.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2009
I am a teacher at D'Evelyn. I have never worked in a school with a better prepared and knowledgable staff. Most of the staff is also continually striving to improve their teaching and their knowledge base. Our students graduate extremely well prepared for college if they put forth an effort to succeed. There is a lot of homework but it pays off. We have very strong languages, arts, music and theater. Many of our athletes also participate in these activities. Our athletic program is successful and as a smaller school, a greater percentage of kids get to participate. I have taught at several other schools and D'Evelyn is by far the best place I have taught. The facility is outstanding, the kids are great and I feel I am a part of an intellectually exciting and caring community. I plan to be here until I retire.

- submitted by a teacher
January 15, 2009
I am an extremely happy camper. Both of my kids went to the elementary feeder school, Dennison. We experienced no hazing in the junior high/middle school years and my kids feel (felt) welcome and safe every day. The school has a closed campus, so kids are not out getting into trouble on their lunch hours. The teaching staff is very talented and cares about their students greatly. There are plenty of resources at the school for kids that fall behind or are having trouble grasping a subject. My family has not really experienced any of the conservative christian influence mentioned in other reveiws nor have we had to listen to the global warming/save the planet fanatics on the other side of the political isle. We consider that a positive on both counts. If you can get in to D'Evelyn, go for it! It's a private school education at public school prices.

- submitted by a parent
December 27, 2008
I am a D'Evelyn alumni, and thought the curriculum was first rate, the teachers are great, and the sports and extra-curricular activities are a great place to mature as an adolescent. However, the overpowered administration creates an oppressive atmosphere, and struggling students are often ignored and discouraged from attending the school. Furthermore, the Christian Conservative demographic dominates all aspects of the school, and creates a uniform atmosphere in which diversity is hard to come by. Great school, terrible environment.

- submitted by a student
December 18, 2008
teachers think they know every way of teaching when they only know how to teach good learners

- submitted by a student
November 17, 2008
I am a student at Develyn and I love it. Although there is a lot of homework the nice atmosphere and teachers creates a great learning area for seventh greaders and 12 greaders. Develyn is great for preparing students for the exciting world of college.

- submitted by a student
September 30, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 29, 2008
D'Evelyn is helping me so much with college. When I was in High School I felt like a lot of pressure and work was put on me that other students didn't have in Jeffco. Now as I am more than a month into college, I am finding that I excel over other students and that I am not working nearly as hard as them to keep up.

- submitted by a student
August 16, 2008
Bottoms up D'Evelyn is one of the best schools in the state! The kids there are polite and are not rude like some of the kids at schools in lakewood like Lakewood High school. My son went to Lakewood and it was the biggest mistake i have ever made!!!

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2008
We are proud to be the D'Evelyn Nerds!! The kids are like any other school. You have the kids who dont and wont ever do homework, and the extremely talented sports people, and the extreme nerds. The kids dress like normal kids. We have a great volleyball program, sucessful football team and so much more. I didnt chose to go here but now I wouldnt leave if I had to. It is a big adjustment but the teachers are willing to help you anytime. Seniors often help kids also which is nice because it is sometimes easier to learn from someone who is more your age!

- submitted by a student
January 30, 2008
If you want an amazing education for your child, and are fortunate enough to get picked in the lottery, this is best school around! Since they teach 7th thru 12th graders, there is a seamless transition in the school's curriculum that isn't usually seen in other schools. The students are very well behaved and generally understand that their hard work now will pay off later on in life. And the teachers are truly dedicated to the students they work with! (A blessing indeed) It is not about how smart your child currently is, but more about how willing they are to do the work. Highly recommended!

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2007
I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at D'Evelyn. The teachers were great and the friendships I have from D'Evelyn are most of my closest friends to this day. While it was difficult, and made me work hard, it was all worth it. I would not have gone anywhere else.

- submitted by a former student
January 25, 2006
D'Evelyn believes given the chance that every child no matter what their background can perform at higher level (gifted level). Indeed my child went from testing deficient in several areas to testing above average on her ACT scores for Colorado. The teachers care and do not hesitate to call when there is a problem. There is no level of High School education that is as good as D'Evelyn. D'Evelyn also has a brand new beautiful building. However, if your child will not get as good of a grade point average as they would get in other high schools. So when it comes time to get into college many colleges and universities do not make any allowances for that.

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August 06, 2005
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D'evelyn Junior/Senior High School
10359 West Nassau Ave, Denver, CO  80235
(303) 982-2600
Last modified D'evelyn Junior/Senior High School is a Public school that serves grades 7-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
D'evelyn Junior/Senior High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 50 reviews. Top