Our Impact


Rocky Mountain Prep RMPEssentials

Our scholars and staff must lead with strong relationships, build strong character, and instill a love of learning to truly be successful.

We choose love to guide our work as educators, colleagues, and community members. When a scholar, team member, or family member walks into our building, we actively work to build relationships so we can partner to meet our shared goals. We constantly reinforce our PEAK values with both our scholars and team through many of our school’s rituals and traditions, and always spotlighting those who model those values. For both scholars and staff, we celebrate the diversity of our community and explore together topics of identity, power, bias, race, and culture.

Our PEAK Values
Great teaching and rigorous curricula are essential to creating transformative schools.

We hold high expectations to ensure all of our scholars graduate prepared to succeed in middle school, college, and life. Our scholars will be compassionate, curious, creative, and critical thinkers when they have a rich foundation in core content, learn to attack unfamiliar challenging problems, and receive regular, clear feedback.

Our Results
Transformational schools must be led by outstanding educators and staff who love their work.

We know that the most important in-school determinant of a child's success is their teacher and the adults that support their learning. We also believe that high-performing schools can - and should - be places where our educators bring their whole selves to work and can establish long-term sustainable careers.

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Parents, students, schools, and community partners must advocate together for the resources and supports necessary for all students to receive the best possible education.

Too many students in Colorado are still not receiving the best possible education. Partnered with our staff, families, supporters and other community members, our powerful community is our greatest lever for systems of change. Our families are among the best advocates for change, and we know that when families are lifelong advocates for their children, our scholars will be more successful long-term.

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Events

  • Berkeley

    All Schools: Last Day of School!

    June 13

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News

  • Berkeley

    Langston Hughes’ ‘April Rain Song’ inspires student poetry

    Last year, Ms. Barten’s 1st-grade class studied poetry and her scholars wrote wonderful poems based off of Langston Hughes’ poem April Rain Song. Check out the poems RMP Berkeley scholars wrote!
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  • General

    On teacher compensation: PreK should not be an exception

    At Rocky Mountain Prep, we believe that investing in the best possible pre-kindergarten teachers pays dividends in the lives of our students.
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  • 10 Ways We Show Love to Our Teachers (Year Round!)

    Teacher Appreciation Week may be over, but at RMP, we want to make sure our teachers feel loved all year long! Here are 10 ways we show love to our awesome teachers!
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Select Your School
  • Berkeley

    Sara Carlson

    Principal

    3752 Tennyson Street Denver, CO 80212

    Phone: 720.464.3550

    Grades

    Pre-K4 - 5th Grade

    Specials

    Science, P.E.

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  • Creekside

    Austen Kassinger

    Principal

    7808 Cherry Creek S. Drive #3-300 Denver, CO 80231

    Phone: 720.863.8920 x100

    Fax: 720.863.8940

    Grades

    Pre-K3 - 5th Grade

    Specials

    Music, Art, Science, P.E.

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  • Fletcher

    Caitlin Vaughan

    Principal

    10455 East 25th Avenue Aurora, CO 80010

    Phone: 720.863.8922

    Grades

    Pre-K4 - 3rd Grade

    Specials

    Music, Science, Dance

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  • Southwest

    Jenni Reese

    Principal

    911 South Hazel Court Denver, CO 80219

    Phone: 720.863.8920 x200

    Grades

    Pre-K4 - 4th Grade

    Specials

    Art, Science, P.E.

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