“I don’t know that there are many schools that have been continuous for nearly a hundred years,” Denver Christian Schools CEO Todd Lanting said.
At the beginning of the school year, Denver Christian Schools took over an old Qwest/CenturyLink campus near Wadsworth Boulevard and Highway 285 in Lakewood. Lanting says this will allow the school to expand from around 400 students to up to 1,000.
Lanting says the school will build on the tradition of the past 100 years as move into the next 100.
“We build on top of that foundation,” Lanting said. “Things like state-of-the-art technology, emphasis on foreign language, of course, college preparatory.”
He says the preschool through Grade 12 program may expand to capacity on the 20 acre campus within the next 10 years. Lanting says the old school is ready for the next century.
“We want our grads to go anywhere and do anything that they can do,” Lanting said. “And, then all from a Biblical world view of love God and love others.”
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