KIPP Denver Collegiate High School's graduating classes of 2015, 2014, and 2013 had a cumulative graduation rate of 98 percent. Collectively, seniors in the Class of 2015 submitted more than 600 college applications and were admitted to more than 80 colleges and universities. 

With our ultimate goal in mind of seeing students persist through and graduate from college, we can also report that 88 percent of KIPP Denver Collegiate High School alumni are currently enrolled in a postsecondary institution or have already graduated with their college degree. Many of these students were the first in their families to graduate high school, let alone pursue a college diploma, and we are committed to supporting them through college graduation.

Graduation & College Matriculation Rates for KIPP Colorado Students & Alumni

High School Graduation Rate

Matriculation Rate

Where Are They Now?

KIPP Colorado alumni attend colleges and universities in more than 15 states. Schools include:

Adams State University
Carleton College (MN)
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State University
Duke University (NC)
Davidson College (NC)
Franklin and Marshall College (PA)

Hampshire College (MA)
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Puget Sound University (WA)
Regis University
Stanford University (CA)
Syracuse University (NY)
University of Colorado Denver
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Denver
University of Northern Colorado


In 2014, KIPP Denver Collegiate High School graduates were awarded more than $4 million in scholarships.