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Wheat Ridge Schools

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Prospect Valley happens to be our neighborhood school. W...
What an amazing little school! I love the warmth of ever...
My child was at this school for a year, and it was wonder...
WRHS is a great school! I have two children attending th...
We are on our 4th year at Compass and have intentions of ...
Everitt was recommended by our neighbor and a friend as a...
this school is horrible!!! my son has gone there for two ...
I caannot imagine a better school or community for my dau...
This school has the most dedicated teachers and principal...
Wheat ridge middle is a good middle school to go to, I ...
Our son just ended his second year of preschool at Anders...
SPPS is a place where a kid can be a kid, but still have ...
Our children have been attending Beth Eden Baptist School...
I have attended Alpine Valley School for 10 years. This s...
My daughter has attended for two years and our second chi...
Amazing preschool....great facilities, amazing teachers a...
My child is currently "stuck" in this school till the end...
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