Community Life at DC: A Place to Belong

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We believe that school is much more than just a place of study. Denver Christian is also a place where students hang out together on the playground and in the atrium, form lifelong memories together on middle and high school trips, rake leaves for neighborhood seniors together, and this is also where they start their days together in prayer.

This is a place where every high schooler can get involved in Homecoming activities, from Powderpuff Football to Redneck Volleyball, from building boats out of duct tape and cardboard they race across our pond to painting murals and decorating the atrium for the Homecoming dance.

Denver Christian is also a place where our students connect with their classmates outside the classroom through athletics and fine arts.  Over 90% of our middle and high schoolers join athletics teams and performing arts groups, and this is where  lasting friendships are formed and memories are made.

This is also a place where families connect.  Parents serve alongside each other at various events supporting our students and school, where we celebrate each others’ successes and where we bring meals and gift cards to those in need.  This is a place where we enjoy catching up around a table in the atrium with a cup of Thunder Grounds coffee, and where we love cheering our kids on together at athletics events and fine arts performances.

Denver Christian is a place where our students encounter Jesus together.  Our students form deeply meaningful relationships with their Faith Families, they study God’s word together, they pray with and for each other, and they serve each other and alongside each other in the community and beyond.

Connected through DC Traditions

  • Weekly chapels
  • DC Dash
  • Fall Festival
  • Grandparents Day
  • Daddy/Daughter Dance
  • Sons and Moms Afternoon
  • Pep Rallies
  • DC Thunder Athletic games
  • K-12 Art Show
  • Choir and band Performances
  • HS drama performances
  • Run for Funds
  • …and so much more!

Connected to our Church Communities

Our Reformed roots connect us closely with over 120 congregations in the Denver metro area. We believe that a healthy environment for students extends from a partnership between our distinctly Christian school, faith-filled homes, and the surrounding church communities working together to provide a stable foundation for our students’ faith formation, education, and personal growth.