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Ready to Enroll?
Attend an Information Session
Parents and Students welcome!
Sessions will be held via Zoom (RSVP below to get the link)
Thursday, June 24th at 6:30 pm
Attend an In-Person Tour
June 10th, 4:00 pm
July 15th, 4:00 pm
Open Enrollment for 2021-2022
Applications for the 2021-2022 school year are being accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Space is limited for the upcoming school year, but openings do sometimes occur. Families are encouraged to complete the Open Enrollment Application to request enrollment. Should there not be space available, students will automatically receive a spot on the waitlist.
Can't make it to an info session?
Send us a note with questions or to set up a time to talk with someone from our
Not ready to enroll, but want to stay in the loop?
Interested in enrollment for the 2022-2023 school year or later?
Please submit your information for our Interest List. We'll keep you in posted as information become available.
The unique and innovative programming at Renaissance Secondary requires additional funding in the form of student fees. Renaissance utilizes a once per year flat fee of $1,200 to cover educational program and adventure education costs.
Financial aid and payment plans are available! Renaissance families also earn money towards fees by shopping at King Soopers. Please don't let fees deter you from submitting an enrollment application for your child!
These family contributions help offset the costs of programming, including:
Adventure Education program (transportation, staff, equipment, etc.)
Instructional Supplies (tools and materials, etc.)
Field work (transportation, activity costs, etc.)
Financial Aid Information
Families who qualify for free or reduced price meals may be eligible for financial aid awards for school fees. Please see our Financial Aid Policy and Application for details.
Special Education Enrollment
Please click here to view information from DCSD about enrollment of students with special needs.
Renaissance does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, gender, national origin, religion, ancestry, academic ability, or need for special education services. Diagnostic and placement tests may be administered after a student is officially enrolled, but they have no bearing on the Renaissance lottery nor the extension of enrollment invitations.
Renaissance has and will continue to use the following mechanisms to notify the community about Renaissance and attract a diverse student body:
Renaissance website: (this site)
Articles printed in local news outlets
Community Information Tables
Community Information Meetings
Renaissance official Facebook page and paid advertising