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  • Education

  • Weld RE-4 School District is known for its superior schools and hometown feel. We are located in western Weld County and serve Windsor, Severance, and North West Greeley—communities that, time and again, step up to support our schools. 

    Our school district serves approximately 6,000 students in eight traditional schools and two charter schools. We strive to inspire innovation and empower success for every student in every classroom, through our comprehensive academic programs as well as International Baccalaureate, project-based learning, and STEM options. At Windsor High School, students have access to Advanced Placement courses and dual credit and concurrent enrollment programs. They have the opportunity to explore potential career paths through a variety of programs such as Culinary Arts, Future Farmers of America, and Industrial Design and Technology. 

    Across the district, our students have access to a variety of technology tools. Access to technology is just one of many ways we inspire innovation in our students, who consistently outperform the state average on standardized math and language arts tests. However, when it comes to measures of success, what makes us most proud is the consistent recognition Weld RE-4 students receive in their schools, in our community, and beyond for their academic achievements, creative talents, athletic prowess, and community service.

    In Weld RE-4, the ultimate evidence of our efforts to empower our students to succeed is our graduation rate, which is among the highest in northern Colorado; 89 percent of our graduates go on to postsecondary education, and 10 percent enter the military or workforce. Weld RE-4 graduates receive United States Military Academy appointments and Boettcher Foundation and Daniels Fund scholarship awards.

    Learn more about Weld RE-4 School District at www.weldre4.org.

     

    Grandview Elementary School (K–5)

    Grandview Elementary is a close-knit neighborhood school that offers families a comprehensive K–5 program and a quality learning environment that celebrates its students and community.

     

    Range View Elementary School (K–5)

    Range View Elementary is an International Baccalaureate World School where students develop into creative, independent, internationally-minded, lifelong learners.

     

    Skyview Elementary School (K–5)

    Skyview School of STEM utilizes innovative, inquiry-based methods to focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), turning students’ natural curiosity into deep and engaged learning.

     

    Tozer Primary School (K–2) & Mountain View Elementary School (3–5)

    Together, Tozer Primary School and Mountain View Elementary School develop curious, independent problem-solvers through project-based instruction.

     

    Severance Middle School (6–8)

    Severance Middle School supports students on their journey to become lifelong learners and problem–solvers in an environment that promotes enthusiasm for education and surrounds students with opportunities for learning.

     

    Windsor Middle School (6–8)

    Windsor Middle School’s strong traditions are balanced with state-of-the-art technology that sparks creativity and critical thinking and instills a love of learning in students. 

     

    Windsor High School

    Windsor High School’s educational experience is aligned with the Colorado Career Clusters Model and is designed to build the skills and knowledge students will need to ensure success in their future education and professions. 

     

    Windsor Charter Academy (K-11)

    Windsor Charter Academy provides a challenging academic program based on the Core Knowledge curriculum that promotes academic excellence, character development, and enthusiasm for lifelong learning.  The mission of the school is to develop in each child the love of learning, the ability to engage in critical thinking, and to demonstrate mastery of the academic building blocks necessary for a successful future.  Grade 12 will be added in the 2017-2018 school year.

     


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