This 35-acre, 190,000-square-foot campus is the first educational facility to be built in the Green Valley Ranch subdivision.
Phase I included three 450-student classroom buildings (primary, intermediate and secondary), a student union with shared public spaces and regional sports complex amenities. The campus houses the Denver School of Science and Technology, SOAR Charter School and a Multiple Pathways Center. The campus provides an engaging and state-of-the-art facility to promote learning opportunities.
The project earned LEED Gold Certification, a first for Denver Public Schools. In addition, the campus is highly energy efficient with use of renewable energy sources including photo voltaic (solar) panels, automatic lighting systems and a geothermal heat pump system. The facility is designed to perform between 20-25 kBtu per square foot per year, which is nearly a Net Zero performance.