Not only do we want to support education funding to ensure we are being competitive as an employer and hiring the best and brightest educators, classified staff, and administrators, but we need to be competitive for our students!
Jeffco Schools has done so well for our children in spite of inadequate funding. The return on educational investment in Colorado has us ranked at number 2, nationwide. Imagine what we could do for our students with adequate funding!
The future of Jeffco very much depends on Amendment 73 and 5A and 5B.
In case you missed it, the mill levy will be 5A on your ballot and the bond will be 5B.
In 2017, our graduates earned more than $81 MILLION in scholarships.
In 2018, our graduates topped that by earning scholarships totaling more than $96 MILLION!
THAT is a great return on investment for the future of Jeffco! Please support our children by learning more about Amendment 73, 5A, and 5B and sharing that information with your friends!
Below is a listing of the total scholarships per school. (This info is from the district. Some schools may not have reported figures, feel free to contact us or the communications department if you have an update!) Read all the way to the bottom to see that grand total!
|Alameda International High||$1,600,000|
|Arvada High School||$763,000|
|Arvada West High||$4,191,496|
|Bear Creek High||$1,207,972|
|Dakota Ridge High||$10,500,000|
|Green Mountain High||$3,041,000|
|Jefferson Academy Senior High||$3,884,137|
|Ralston Valley High||$10,600,000|
|Standley Lake High||$3,210,448|
|Warren Tech North High||$42,096|
|Wheat Ridge High||$4,820,988|
|Addenbrooke Classical Academy||$532,850|
|Collgiate Academy of Colorado||$223,408|
|Jeffco’s 21st Century Virtual Academy||$145,080|
|Two Roads High School||$562,200|