As of 2015, some well-regarded Colorado high schools are Liberty Common Charter School, The Vanguard School, Peak to Peak Charter School, D'Evelyn Junior/Senior High School and Dsst: Stapleton High School, notes U.S. News & World Report. There are 448 high schools in Colorado; 119 of the schools ranked among U.S. News Best High Schools in 2015.
Liberty Common Charter School was rated No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report in 2015. The school is located in Fort Collins and is part of the Poudre School District. It is a tuition-free and parent-run charter school open to all residents of Colorado. Liberty Common Charter School offers a liberal-arts education with a focus on science, math and engineering.
Another highly regarded high school is Peak to Peak Charter School, located in Lafayette. It is part of the Boulder Valley School District. Peak to Peak is a college preparatory school with a liberal arts curriculum. Students also have access to extracurricular activities such as sports, theater and dance.
Other highly regarded high schools in Colorado, as of 2015, include Aspen High School, Evergreen High School, James Irwin Charter High School, Kipp Denver Collegiate High School and Fairview High School, states U.S. News & World Report.