Options Secondary & Phoenix

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Options High School & Middle School Programs / Information

  • Programs of Choice
  • A non-traditional setting, passionately serving students in Grades 6–12
  • A smaller student-to-teacher ratio provides a more individualized, intensive learning experience
  • Emphasis on communication, organization, relationships and social/emotional skills
  • Academic classes meet the same requirements as courses taught at other LPS high/middle schools
  • LPS academic curriculum in all core classes: language arts, math, science and social studies
  • Elective opportunities offered such as: art, yoga, physical education, student leadership, culinary arts and movie-making
  • Restorative practices and empathy-building
  • Community service partnerships and projects
  • Outdoor educational opportunities, community-building activities and field trips
  • Numerous after-school activities/events
  • Discovery Curriculum (research-based social/emotional curriculum) taught to students Grades 6–12
  • Highly qualified, passionate and supportive staff
  • Interested students/families can contact their home school counselor for information and recommendation

Options High School

  • Student-teacher ratio average 18:1
  • Passionately serving students in Grades 9–12
  • Students earn their HS diploma from their home school
  • Concurrent enrollment opportunities through Arapahoe Community College
  • Work study experience, independent study, career counseling and technical training programs are available
  • Online computer courses are offered for credit recovery, among other intervention for literacy and math

Options Middle School

  • Student-Teacher Ratio Average 15:1
  • Passionately serving students in Grades 6–8
  • M.S. Athletics – track & field, volleyball and basketball
  • Physical education and art classes 4-days per week
  • Academic Interventions
  • Weekly Adventure Experiences

Phoenix Program

Phoenix Program Grades 6-9 & 10-12
Principal: Ashley Broer
Phoenix Program Grades 10-12
Facilitator: Therese Hustis

6557 S. Acoma Street
303-347-4725

Phoenix Program 6-9

  • A direct placement program to support LPS students who are expelled or in need of intensive supports
  • Passionately serving students in Grades 6–9 during typical school hours 
  • A very small learning environment providing individualized and intensive academic and behavioral supports with a therapeutic component for students and families
  • Emphasis on social/emotional and academic growth
  • LPS academic curriculum in all academic core classes: language arts, math, science and social studies
  • Elective opportunities including: Art, PE and “Selfology”
  • Restorative practices and empathy-building
  • Partnership with the Binning Family Foundation
  • Weekly leadership, team-building and adventure experiences for students
  • Highly qualified, passionate and supportive staff

Phoenix Program 10-12

  • A direct placement program to support LPS students who are expelled from an LPS High School
  • Passionately serving students in Grades 10–12 during typical school hours
  • A very small learning environment providing individualized and intensive academic and behavioral supports with a therapeutic component for students and families
  • Emphasis on social/emotional and academic growth
  • LPS academic curriculum in all academic core classes: language arts, math, science and social studies
  • Restorative practices and empathy-building
  • Partnership with the Binning Family Foundation
  • Weekly leadership, team-building and adventure experiences for students
  • Highly qualified, passionate and supportive staff

It's going to be a great school year!

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OPTIONS SECONDARY PROGRAM

6557 South Acoma Street
Littleton, CO 80120

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Principal
Ashley Broer