Spirit Week Assembly
Parent/Teacher Conferences-No School
November 4th, 5th
ICS Science Fair
November 27th - 29th
Dec. 23rd - Jan. 3rd
Denver has a child poverty rate of 26.2
High school dropouts cost between $320 billion and $350 billion annually in lost wages, taxable income, health, welfare and incarceration costs.
Quality education and strong moral guidance are essential in helping children move beyond the confines of limited-income and into a future of opportunity. Because many of Inner City School's students typically come from low-income minority families that may not have strong models of success in place, the lessons of excellence and respect taught at ICS go far beyond the simple basics of math and reading. By sponsoring a child, your contribution is directly helping to improve the future of Denver's inner city youth.
If you would like to talk with us about how you can best support Inner City School and help you meet your philanthropic goals, please contact us directly at:
Mail: 3560 Josephine Street Denver CO 80205 USA
We are currently looking for a volunteer to teach art or music classes every Friday. If you're interested in working with our students, please contact us through our "Contact Us" page!
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Donations to Inner City School are tax-deductible and are eligible for a childcare contribution credit of 50% (up to $100,000) in the state of Colorado.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us in a wide variety of ways. From teaching to small projects and events that are great for groups of older students looking looking for ways to engage in community service.
Tuition, whether state or private funded, is what enables a school to provide a quality education. As a small private school with a big mission to provide children from the surrounding areas with a quality Christian pre-school and elementary education that will prepare them for success in all avenues of life, our focus is to reach families who would not otherwise have the opportunity for a private Christian education. ICS does not receive state funding and relies upon the generous donations from individuals, businesses, foundations, and churches.
Because of the population we serve, the majority of our student's families are unable to pay the full cost of tuition. The tuition we do receive does not cover the cost of providing a quality Christian education so we depend on outside support.
Please consider sponsoring a child's tuition:
If you would prefer to contribute your "treasure" in other ways, we are always looking for Grants & Donations to supplement tuition and enable us to serve more students.
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From time to time, we have major projects that need to be done. Anything from facilities to technology to the marketing and promotion of major fundraising events. If you have a talent you'd like to contribute, please contact us through our "Contact Us" page!