PPP Partners


CPCD:
CPCD provides children living in poverty or challenged by special circumstances with an early childhood education through three core programs – Head Start, Early Head Start, and the Colorado Preschool Program.
Learn more about CPCD Head Start and other programs.


Colorado Springs Conservatory:
Located just minutes from Pikes Peak Prep, students interested in individualized music instruction have a variety of options, such as piano or guitar lessons, musical recording, and performing arts. Learn more about the Conservatory here:https://coloradospringsconservatory.org/


Pikes Peak Community College:
Each semester, our high school students take the Accuplacer test–a college placement exam that designates when they are scoring as ready to engage in college level work. Upon scoring into college level classes, students begin earning college credits while still in high school by taking classes at Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC). Pikes Peak Prep pays for tuition, fees, and books, as well as transports students to either the PPCC Centennial or Downtown campus for classes. In addition to traditional college classes, in 11th grade, students can also choose a Career Start path to explore college level instruction in programs not limited to: Auto Service Technology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Cyber Security, Health Career Exploration, Multimedia Graphic Design, Radio and TV, Welding, and Zoo Keeping. As concurrent enrollment students, our students have access to all of PPCC’s resources, such as tutoring in the Learning Commons, advising, library materials, and quiet study areas. With this partnership, Pikes Peak Prep students graduate with free college credits and have opportunities to earn degree certificates and associate degrees. Learn more about PPCC here: http://www.ppcc.edu/


Colorado College:
Pikes Peak Prep students engage with college-aged volunteers from Colorado College’s education program in order to access tutoring services during the day, as well as during Extended Learning Time. These student volunteers work with PPP students on skills for reading, writing, and math and set positive examples as mentors for students. Learn more about Colorado College here: https://www.coloradocollege.edu/