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Districts & Schools Implementing

Colorado Districts and Schools Implementing Dual Language Immersion Programs

  • Aurora Public Schools
    • Global Village Academy
  • Boulder Valley School District
    • Pioneer Bilingual
    • University Hill Elementary
  • Denver Public Schools
    • Denver Language School
    • Sandoval Montessori
    • Bryant Webster K-8
    • Valdez
    • Kipp Sunshine Peak Elementary
  • Eagle County School District
    • Avon Elementary
    • Berry Creek Middle 6-8
    • Edwards Elementary
    • Eagle Valley Elementary
    • Gypsum Elementary
    • Homestake Peak School K-8
    • June Creek Elementary

  • Greeley-Evans School District 6
    • Salida del Sol Academy
  • Mesa County School District 51
    • Dual Immersion Academy
  • Morgan County School District Re-3
    • Columbine Elementary
  • Poudre School District
    • Boltz Middle
    • Harris Bilingual
    • Irish Elementary
    • Axis Academy (Authorized by CSI)
  • Roaring Fork School District
    • Basalt Elementary School
    • Riverview School
  • Summit School District
    • Dillon Valley Elementary
    • Silverthorne Elementary (K-1)
    • Summit Middle School (DLI Programming)

  • Telluride R-1 School District 
    • Telluride Elementary School
    • Telluride Intermediate School
    • Telluride Middle/High School
  • Thompson School District
    • Cottonwood Plains Dual Language Elementary
    • Truscott Dual Language Elementary

If your district and school is implementing a Dual Language Immersion Program, contact Lulu Buck at buck_l@cde.state.co.us to be added to this list.


Schedule a Visit

It is highly recommended that you organize a visit to an elementary dual language immersion program in your area, if available. Sometimes School Board members and school district personnel can be convinced once they see a current program in action. It's challenging for adults who have not experienced the way young children acclimate to learning a language to understand exactly how it works until they see it. It can also be convincing if these decision-makers see students in an adjacent or nearby school district benefiting from the opportunity to learn a second language.