Woodland Park School District RE-2 encompasses the northern half of Teller County. The District was established in 1959. During the 1995-96 school year, the District passed the 3,000 student mark, which is small enough for quality education, yet large enough to offer a wide variety of programs.
Woodland Park School District RE-2 is located north of Pikes Peak in an unspoiled mountain setting. This provides students with an extra opportunity to enjoy the natural setting and outdoor activities. The educational programs focus on "maintaining a balance between offering traditional instruction in basic skills and providing students the innovative, exciting instruction they will need as they grow up in a dynamic and changing society."
In recent years, the academic performance and community support for Woodland Park's five public schools have really taken off. Teachers and staff have been motivated by recent salary increases, and beautiful additions have been completed at the high school and middle school. Summit, Columbine, and Gateway Elementary Schools are well-respected by parents in the community, while Woodland Park High School and Woodland Park Middle School are now very competitive across a wide range of academic and extra-curricular areas.
For more information regarding Woodland Park School District RE-2, including calendars, staff positions, and registration procedures, please go to www.wpsdk12.org. Also, please check out Woodland Park's new public library.
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