Coming Soon- The CPS Holiday Feast! December 13th at Community Prep- join us for Santa, presents, food, and a raffle for a fantastic prize! Free fun for everyone!
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CPS is helping to create remarkable stories for young women & men. Students are taking control of their education and working toward a diploma that preps for the challenges and triumphs of life. Learn more about a school where students and staff work cooperatively toward a common goal. *Visit us at 332 East Willamette Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Available by appointment only outside of office hours.
CPS is like no other school you have ever attended. For more information click here.
Today at Community Time Mrs. Cee announced that we will be having our Annual Community Thanksgiving meal today at lunch, students were invited to stay and help prepare the food with Cee’s Culinary Team. Ms. Harriet presented Jasmine Starr with her very own laptop for...read more
Yesterday at Community Time, Mr. Trujillo came back from visiting Harvard and shared what he learned. Stevie Forstrom, Raquel Hairston, Leon Dyer, Ty Curry, Kalani Lesane, Celeste Burnheart, Chris Hernandez, Brandon Hoffman, Destiny Skelton, Jasmine Starr and Bree...read more
Project Conatus and Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention Present- a static art show. Come see CPS student’s art work along with other’s from our community. Friday from 5pm to 8pm . For more information, click here- Art show 12-2016
Join us December 19th in celebrating our 2016 Winter Graduates! Click HERE for more information!
Its that time of the year again! The CPS Holiday Feast returns December 13th from 6-8pm- there will be Santa, presents, food, and a raffle for fantastic prize! Free fun for everyone!
Community Prep School is in the news! Check out this Gazette article
about our partnership with Landmark Community School!
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On June 29, The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights(OCR) announced that it has reached settlements with education organizations in seven states and one territory to ensure website accessibility for people with disabilities. The agreements cover issues raised under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 to online services and programs.
As a public school, your website content and functionality must be accessible to persons with disabilities. The League recommends immediately posting on your school website a notice to persons with disabilities about how to request access to online information or functionality that is not currently accessible. The League will be developing additional resources for member charter schools in the coming months. In the meantime, click here to access the ADA Best Practices Toolkit.