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arvada high school (9-12)
7951 west 65th avenue
arvada, CO 80004
place0.93 miles from neighborhood
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north arvada middle school (7-8)
7285 pierce street
arvada, CO 80003
place0.95 miles from neighborhood
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secrest elementary school (pk-6)
6875 west 64th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place0.35 miles from neighborhood
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swanson elementary school (pk-6)
6055 west 68th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place0.44 miles from neighborhood
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406 total students
westminster high school (9-12)
6933 raleigh street
westminster, CO 80030
place1.48 miles from neighborhood
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shrine of st anne school (k-8)
7320 grant place
arvada, CO 80002
place1.20 miles from neighborhood
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353 total students
colorado state academy (4-12)
7506 w 74th place
arvada, CO 80003
place1.29 miles from neighborhood
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early college high school at arvada (6-12)
4905 west 60th avenue
arvada, CO 80003
place1.12 miles from neighborhood
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320 total students
two roads charter school (pk-12)
6980 pierce street
arvada, CO 80003
place0.56 miles from neighborhood
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626 total students
doral academy of colorado (k-8)
7100 wadsworth boulevard
arvada, CO 80003
place0.99 miles from neighborhood
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260 total students

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Upcoming Events

Professional Educator Ethics Workshop - Denver Metro
StartApr 22
EndApr 22
Please join us for a professional educator ethics workshop: A Focus on Ethics - Guiding Professional Decision-Making! Research indicates that educators make thousands of non-traditional decisions each day.  Educators are expected to address the academic, personal, and social needs of society’s most vulnerable population – our children. The National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC), in partnership with the National Council for the Advancement of Educator Ethics (NCAEE), the Colorado Department of Education, and Regis University, is offering a free professional learning workshop for educators in your region.  This workshop brings Educator Preparation Program (EPP) faculty and partner P-12 local school practitioners, principals and human resource members together to examine the vast complexities, competing tensions, and risks that are inherent within the teaching profession. Through the use of case studies and authentic scenarios, research, video clips, engaging models of understanding, and lively discussion, we will explore how to navigate the difficult landscape of everyday decision-making in the highly nuanced profession of education. This workshop will provide an opportunity for experienced educators to collaborate around the important questions of professional ethics. Examples of best practice currently in use throughout the country will be shared. We invite educator preparation program directors and faculty, district human resources and hiring managers, principals and mentor educators to come to the free professional development offering.  Certificates of completion (6 hours of professional development) will be issued upon completion. Space is limited!  Be sure to register early! Featured presenters: Phillip S. Rogers, Ed.D., Executive Director, Natonal Association of State Directors of Teacher Education Certification (NASDTEC), Troy Hutchings, Ed.D., Subject Matter Expert, National Council for the Advancement of Educator Ethics (NCAEE), and Anne Marie Fenton, Ed.S., NASDTEC Past-President and Co-Chair, National Council for the Advancement of Educator Ethics, Director of Rules Management and Educator Assessment, Georgia Professional Standards Commission. To learn more about NASDTEC and the Model Code of Educator Ethics visit
Highland United Neighbors Inc (HUNI) Annual Meeting and Pot Luck Dinner
StartApr 23
EndApr 23
HUNI's annual meeting and pot luck dinner is a fun event that features food and drink, providing the opportunity to meet your neighbors and share you ideas about the Highland neighborhood. The HUNI board members will provide an overview of the organization's 2018 and a preview to 2019, with new board members elected for this coming year. In addition to the HUNI activities, we have invited all of the candidiates for District 1's city council seat for a meet and greet after the meeting. This is an excellent opportunity to see who is running and to ask questions of those candidates. HUNI requests that you sign up for the annual meeting, at no charge, with your Eventbrite ticket containing your number fo the door prize raffle.  For the pot luck dinner, please bring a salad or side dish to share. There will pizza provided by Tony Ps and the Well, Empanadas from Highland Tap and Burger, with Littleman ice cream and cookies for dessert. Of course, donations are always welcome to help defray the cost of the event.  You can donate by going to
IMPM Online Information Session - 24th April
StartApr 24
EndApr 24
Join Dr Martin Brigham, Worldwide Academic Director, for a 45 minute information session to learn from about the International Masters Program for Managers (IMPM) from Lancaster University Management School. About the programme The International Masters Program for Managers (IMPM) is one of the world’s most innovative executive management development programs and is consistently ranked 1st for International Management by Best Masters North America. The IMPM helps accomplished managers and entrepreneurs realise their leadership and career potential, recharge and refresh their outlook, and achieve maximum organisational impact. Established by Henry Mintzberg in 1996, this unique executive master’s program is designed around managerial mindsets instead of functional silos and is taught by 75 world-class faculty from five world-class management schools in five countries. IMPM leverages the collective wisdom of a supportive community of diverse participants and uses innovative pedagogical tools and personalised support to improve learning and drive personal, professional and organisational change.Using participants’ experience and challenges to create engaged learning, and organised around modular format that minimises time away from work, results in a transformation of participants’ management practice and organisational impact.
Mental Wellness in the Food Industry
StartApr 24
EndApr 24
An open discussion on Mental Wellness in the Food Industry with featured guests: Dr. Julie CerelDr. Melinda MooreChef Patrick MulvaneyChef Merlin VerrierChef Zander TekusAnd more to come... April 24, 2019 Highland Tap & Burger2219 W 32nd AveDenver, CO 8021110 - 11:30 a.m.
April New Feature Training
StartApr 25
EndApr 25
Westminster Police Department is hosting the April Training 9:00-11:00 East Training Room Space is limited
G-Line Grand Opening FREE Beer!
StartApr 26
EndApr 26
We've been waiting SO patiently for this joyous occasion! The RTD G-Line is finally opening, and the 41st and Inca stop is just FIVE blocks from our front door! If you ride the G-Line to Factotum Brewhouse on April 26th, bring in your RTD ticket/pass and it's a coupon for One Buy One, Get One FREE Factotum beer!  *valid on April 26th only
April 27th, 2019 (Morning) Free Concealed Carry Class
StartApr 27
EndApr 27
This course will cover: •Handgun Rules and Etiquette •Colorado CHP Laws •Mindset •How to Choose The Right Gun •Fundamentals of Shooting •Accessing a Firearms •Defensive Shooting •Aftermath •and more Consider donating by clicking the link below or by selecting a donation amount during registration.
Private Painting Event - Team "FlyDenver" Fundraiser - April 27th, 3PM, $40
StartApr 27
EndApr 27
You don’t have to be an artist to have a great time at Sipping N’ Painting! This talented team will hold your hand through every stroke or let you completely color outside the lines!! You get to decide how “Monet” you want to be, and on top of that, you will be helping Bike MS team “FlyDenver” raise funding to fight MS, find a cure, and end this terrible disease forever!! What better way to do it than with a little wine and a lot of color? I hope you’ll join us at this fundraising event. I would love to see you there, and I really appreciate your support.
Jefferson Alumni Gathering: Honoring First Responders
StartApr 27
EndApr 27
Jefferson alumni are invited to come and honor their fellow graduates who have served as first responders in their communities. Come connect with your fellow Saint alumni and honor our public servants.
Totally Tennyson 2019 Presented by Nostalgic Homes
StartApr 27
EndApr 28
Totally Tennyson Street Bar Crawl and Fundraiser brought to you by Nostalgic Homes is back!  Ticket proceeds support our neighborhood schools. For more information visit: Enjoy the Tennyson Bars and Businesses in your best Jordache! Dance the night away with a live performance at The Oriental Theater by the 6 Million Dollar Band!  Follow us on Facebook for the latest deets. Costumes optional - but strongly encouraged - see our costume contest details on our webpage. Drink samples and live entertainment - plus concert with 6 Million Dollar Band included! Complimentary tastes are limited and while supplies last! Plan ahead and start early. Destination listing available in April. Ticket proceeds support our neighborhood schools. For more information visit: This event is made possible by our sponsors: Nostalgic Homes Kool 105, Leprino Foods, The Oriental Theater Local 46, Tennyson Pediatric Dentistry, Orthodontics in the Highlands, Natural Grocers, 5390" by Koelbel Urban Homes, AllState Walker Family Insurance, Listings.Com by Williams Group, Red Egg Marketing Speaks Orthodontics, SoundDown Party, Applewood Plumbing, 4 Noses Brewing Company Papa Murphy's Pizza at 44th and Lowell and YellowDog Design, Print, Marketing Leprino Foods   Kool 105 Local 46, Oriental Theater, Tennyson 44, Tennyson Pediatric Dentistry Orthodontics in the Highlands, Natural Grocers, Speaks Orthodontics  Applewood Plumbing, Great Divide Brewing Co   For full details, please go to
Beer Run - Zuni Street Brewing 5k - Colorado Brewery Running Series
StartApr 28
EndApr 28
We are the Colorado Brewery Running Series and we run for beer! Join us at Zuni Street Brewing on Sunday, April 28th @ 11AM for a 5k-ish course that starts and ends at this awesome brewery! Weave through the surrounding area at whatever pace you like, no matter what, there’s a beer waiting for you at the finish line! We are all about being active, having fun and giving back to our local community. +10% of your registration dollars go directly to local non-profits! Registration is limited, so sign up today! ABOUT THE RUN:   This may be different than other “races” you’ve done. We like to keep things relaxed, and all of our events are untimed so everyone can run or walk at their own pace. Instead of closing down the streets, we ensure a safe and fun running route on sidewalks, through parks, and along trails. The course is staffed with encouraging volunteers to cheer you on and point you back to the brewery for your much-deserved beer! EVENT DAY DETAILS: Please arrive 30 minutes before the start to get checked-in. Bring a valid ID. You do not need to be 21 to enjoy the event, but must be 21 to enjoy the beer. Please drink responsibly! (Registered, underage participants receive a complimentary non-alcoholic beverage). This is an open course, meaning roads will NOT be closed. You are responsible for obeying all traffic laws and regulations.  We run rain or shine! Dress appropriately for the weather. There will not be a bag check; please plan accordingly. Bring extra money if you want to purchase food, more beer, or any of our great Colorado Brewery Running Series merchandise! Learn more at WHAT'S INCLUDED:  All participants receive a FREE craft brew from the brewery and get to take home a collectors pint glass or seasonal swag item from the Brewery Running goodies and giveaways from our partners and sponsors + a chance to win sweet door prizes and more free beer!  Your registration also earns you an invitation to stick around and enjoy the day’s entertainment: live music, food offerings, local vendors, and fun with our sponsors. Colorado Brewery Running Series merchandise, including shirts, hats, stickers, heat press brewery logos, and seasonal items will be available at the event.  You can also add on a Brewery Running Series T-shirt for $10 at the time of registration, and pick it up when you check-in on site. WHAT WE'RE ABOUT:  Our motto = be active, have fun, give back! In addition to pairing some exercise with great craft beer, a portion of all proceeds goes back to local non-profits. We are very proud that the Colorado Brewery Running Series has so far donated over $16,000 to local non-profits! 10% of our proceeds help support our nonprofit partners, which in 2019 will be, The House that Beer Built, Dumb Friends League, The National MS Society, The MSU Denver Beer Industry Program, and Range of Motion Project PARKING:  There is plenty of parking on the streets around the brewery, but we encourage carpooling, biking, and public transit, and as always safe, designated drivers! Look for our informational email closer to the event. We will remind you of these details and share anything else you might need to know. Cheers to beer!
Alice in Wonderland Tea & Potion Party
StartApr 28
EndApr 28
Escape into magical mansions and gardens and sip tea or down a "drink me" potion as you take in all in. Costumes are encouraged for adults and kids alike. Victorian Card Reader Elaine Britten Bryant will be on site offering Victorian card readings ($10 for 10 minutes). Come ready to pose and cheese it up, because the photo ops and decor are designed to impress! On the menu: Caterpillar roll ups, Checker-board sandwiches, Egg salad carrot crostinis, Cheshire Cat Tails, Ice cream tea cups and more. Chef Sheila is already embodying "the Cook", and whipping up bites that are magical enough for wonderland. Enjoy a full bar complete with unique cocktails and potions. This event is all ages! Adults are $40. kids are $20 and all food is included in the ticket price. Gratuity not included.
Adult Mental Health First Aid-April 29th, 2019
StartApr 29
EndApr 29
Mental Health First Aid is an innovative, 8-hour course designed to give you the tools to recognize a range of mental health problems and the skills and confidence to help someone in a mental health crisis. The program provides a concrete action plan to help the individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer and self-help care. Monday, April 29th, 20198:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.mJefferson Center for Mental HealthCoal Creek and Clear Creek Conference Rooms4851 Independence StWheat Ridge, CO 80033 Learn more about Mental Health First Aid
Pottery Paint & Sip @ Denver Beer Co - Arvada
StartApr 30
EndApr 30
Join us for pottery painting, dinner and craft beer! Paint your own Spring themed pottery! There will be a variety of stamps, stencils and supplies for you to use. When finished, the pottery is collected to be glazed and fired. It is then brought back to Denver Beer Co in one week for pick up. The cost covers the pottery, glaze, supplies, firing and delivery. It is $18 - $30 avg (depending on the piece). Paint and sip the night away!
Full Body Sound Launch Party
StartMay 01
EndMay 01
Join us in celebration of our crowdfunding campaign launch on Indiegogo at SolderWorks on May1st! Come mingle with entrepreneurs and music lovers in the community while enjoying food and drink.  Also Featured: -Music -Live demos from Full Body Sound -Special perks and early bird specials -Computers available for preorder/support -Sponsorship from around the community including Arrow Electronics and Solderworks