Colorado Vocational Public Schools

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There are 5 vocational public schools in Colorado.
Vocational schools offer a series of courses which directly prepare individuals in paid or unpaid employment in jobs that have requirements other than a baccalaureate or advanced degree.
Minority enrollment is 77% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is more than the Colorado state average of 44%.
The student:teacher ratio of 6:1 is less than the state average of 15:1.

Colorado Vocational Public Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • DenverFred N Thomas Career Education Center
    2650 Eliot St
    DenverCO80211
    (720)423-6600
    387 students | Gr. 9-12
  • WestminsterHidden Lake High School
    7300 Lowell Blvd
    WestminsterCO80030
    (303)428-2600
    260 students | Gr. 9-12
  • JoesLiberty Junior-senior High School
    9332 Hwy 36
    JoesCO80822
    (970)358-4288
    37 students | Gr. 6-12
  • LakewoodWarren Occupation Technical Center
    13300 West 2nd Place
    LakewoodCO80228
    (303)982-8600
    38 students | Gr. 9-12
  • ArvadaWarren Technical North High School
    11325 Allendale Dr
    ArvadaCO80004
    (303)982-9360
    10 students | Gr. 10-12

State Statistics

About This State (CO) (CO) State Statistics Nationwide Statistics
Population (Approximate) 4,713,654 people 304,788,178 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 33% 25%
Median Household Income $50,573 $46,250
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