Enrollment at Caprock Academy
Caprock Academy is the Grand Valley's free public Classical school. We are a Mesa County community grown public charter school serving kindergarten – 12th grade students in the Grand Valley. At Caprock Academy, we endeavor to be good stewards of our school, our land, and our community. Through community focused service projects and a student experience rooted in classical education, we promote our core values of academic excellence, character development, and personal accountability.
Beginning in kindergarten, the Caprock Academy community rallies behind our goal to build ownership of academics and autonomy in each student. Our students work hard for their success. Caprock Academy high school students enjoy a 100% graduation rate. It is in this ethic of strong character, personal accountability, and academic excellence that Caprock students are motivated and educated to be college of choice ready when they graduate from high school.
Awards & Recognition
Caprock Academy awarded Silver AP School Honor Roll Award 11/9/23
Click here to read the Press Release dated 11/9/2023.
Click here to read more about the College Board AP School Honor Roll Award program and qualifying criteria.
Click here to view the 2023 AP School Honor Roll Recognition.
Caprock recognized as Mesa County's top school in Niche annual rankings 9/27/23
Caprock Academy has been recognized as a 2024 Best School by Niche, ranking as the No. 1 public elementary school and No. 1 best public high school in Mesa County in the process.
Click here to read the full announcement from the Daily Sentinel.
Click here for a list of Caprock Academy's Niche Rankings.
Caprock Academy is a tuition-free public charter school. Kindergarten is free for both half-time and full time. Admissions are open to any student residing in the state of Colorado. We are a K-12 public charter school that operates on a first come first served basis. There is no admissions test to be accepted at Caprock Academy. We welcome all students and strive to create and maintain a diverse student population. Student recruitment and admissions decisions shall be made in a non-discriminatory manner as outlined in C.R.A.22-30.5-507(3). In all cases, student recruitment and admissions decisions shall be made without regard to disability, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, ancestry, need for special education services or any other protected class.
- February 5, 2024 6:00 PM - Kindergarten Open House
- February 26, 2024
- March 11, 2024
- April 8, 2024
- May 13, 2024
Click here to read a message from our Interim Head of School, Mr. Matt Diers.