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A kindergartner wearing ASD20 sunglasses.

Kindergarten

We provide tuition-free, full-day kindergarten at each elementary school. Kindergarten helps children develop a strong foundation for life-long learning in a safe, fun and structured environment. Kindergarten details.
An Academy District 20 student smiles at graduation.

College & Career Services

Academy District 20 offers a variety of services and programs that help students plan for their future college and career endeavors. Whether you're headed to college or launching a career, we have a way to help you get there. Find out about earning college credit in high school with Concurrent/Dual Enrollment options. Or check out Career and Technical Education (CTE) options to help you hit the ground running. College and Career details.

The World at Your Fingertips

A better world through intercultural understanding and respect. The International Baccalaureate Programmes ® (IB Programme) is offered at several of our schools at each level. With its unique academic rigor and its emphasis on students' personal development, IB may be a strong fit for your student. IB details.
ASD20 students participate in the High Trails program.

Learning Opportunities Beyond the Classroom

In Academy District 20 we understand learning doesn’t only happen in the classroom, it happens each time a student tries something new. That’s why we provide and support a variety of additional enrichment opportunities that allow students to grow, explore and discover new passions. Enrichment programs detail.
Two ASD 20 students look at a book in their library.

Curriculum and Instruction

Curriculum and instruction promote high levels of learning for all students and staff. Find out more.
The Pine Creek Library Learning Commons room.

Libraries at Academy District 20

Fostering a love of learning. Encouraging critical thinking. Preparing students for the future.
Find out more about our libraries, including book selection, parent controls, using our online catalog, and young adult content.
More about our libraries.

Educating International Students

Academy District 20 has a long tradition of welcoming international students to our high schools through our International Exchange Program. International program details.

Talented and Gifted Students

The Academy District 20 Talented and Gifted (TAG) Program develops and nurtures students with exceptional abilities and talents in academics, creative thinking, leadership, or visual and performing arts. TAG program details.

Continuous Improvement Through Assessment

Assessments allow Academy District 20 educators to monitor student progress and identify instructional needs. These assessments are also used for school and district accountability. Assessment details.

Graduation Requirements

Students in Academy District 20 must earn 50 credits and meet Reading, Writing, and Communicating and math requirements as outlined in our Administrative Policies IKF and IKF-R. Details on graduating from our district.

Learning Services

Learning Services help create and support the educational experience throughout Academy District 20 through research-based and standards-based curriculum, instruction, assessment and professional learning.

Learning Services

Overview
Learning Services help create and support the educational experience throughout Academy District 20 through research-based and standards-based curriculum, instruction, assessment and professional learning.
Phone
(719) 234-1314
Hours
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday
Location
Education and Administration Center
1110 Chapel Hills Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80920