Why Choose Us?

Academies
The academy model at Castle View High School is designed to support the three R’s: Relationships, Relevance and Rigor. Each of the four academies — Leadership, Global Studies and Communication (LGC); Science, Technology, Math and Engineering (STEM); Visual and Performing Arts (VPA); and Biotechnology and Health Sciences (BHS)– are designed to provide smaller learning communities where students can develop significant relationships with teachers assigned to that academy.
Biotechnology & Health Sciences Academy (BHS)
Leadership, Global Studies & Communication Academy (LGC)
Visual & Performing Arts Academy (VPA)
Science, Technology, Math & Engineering Academy (STEM)
Academics
Career & Technical Education
Career and Technical Education programs teach employment skills which prepare high school students to start a career, or continue to post-secondary educational opportunities. There are many different CTE programs available; each program addresses life skills in certain areas as well as general employment skills.
Concurrent Enrollment
Concurrent Enrollment gives students a chance to take college level courses with the Arapahoe Community College. With class offerings like: Customer Service, Public Speaking, College Algebra, and Calculus III.
Gifted and Talented
Honors, Advanced Placement, Project-Based, and Dual-Enrollment courses are offered in many areas to meet the needs of our gifted students. Please refer to our current high school course catalog for a complete listing of opportunities and requirements for enrollment eligibility. In addition to academic programming options, all students create a personalized pathway to ensure post secondary readiness.
Internships
This program is a pillar of our philosophy here at Castle View High School. It offers relevance by relating academy academics to meaningful real world experiences, Demonstrate 21st Century knowledge and skills ( Critical Thinking, Creativity and Communication.) Facilitates career and post secondary decision-making. Students build relationships with and learn from and network with professionals.
Advanced Placement
Advanced Placement (AP) is a program of college-level courses and exams that gives high school students the opportunity to earn credit , or advanced placement, or both, for college while still in high school. AP classes will be the most rigorous courses offered at Castle View High School and will receive a weighted grade.

Please direct any questions to Katie Winsor at 303-387-9015