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  • The average public school in Colorado has approximately 34% eligible for free lunch (2018-19).
  • The public schools with the highest eligible for free lunch are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The highest public school in Colorado is Ridge View Academy Charter School with 98%.

Public School Eligible For Free Lunch in Colorado (2018-19)

  • School Eligible for Free Lunch Grades Location
  • WatkinsRidge View Academy Charter SchoolAlternative School
    Charter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 98%
    Grades: 9-1228101 East Quincy Avenue
    WatkinsCO 80137
    (303)766-3000

  • DenverCincinnati Generation AcademyCharter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 97%
    Grades: K-67243 Eastlawn Dr
    DenverCO 80203
    (513)389-0968

  • DenverFairview Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 97%
    Grades: PK-52715 West 11th Avenue
    DenverCO 80204
    (720)424-7540

  • DenverCheltenham Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 95%
    Grades: PK-51580 Julian Street
    DenverCO 80204
    (720)424-8810

  • DenverCompass AcademyCharter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 92%
    Grades: 6911 South Hazel Court
    DenverCO 80219
    (303)226-4880

  • AntonitoAntonito High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 91%
    Grades: 9-12620 Pine Street
    AntonitoCO 81120
    (719)376-5468

  • DenverBarnum Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 91%
    Grades: PK-585 Hooker Street
    DenverCO 80219
    (720)424-9590

  • DenverMunroe Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 91%
    Grades: PK-53440 West Virginia Avenue
    DenverCO 80219
    (720)424-5230

  • DenverCastro Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: K-5845 South Lowell Boulevard
    DenverCO 80219
    (720)424-8990

  • DenverCharles M. Schenck (cms) Community School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: K-51300 South Lowell Boulevard
    DenverCO 80219
    (720)424-4300

  • DenverHarrington Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: PK-52401 East 37th Avenue
    DenverCO 80205
    (720)424-6420

  • GreeleyMartinez Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: K-5341 14th Avenue
    GreeleyCO 80631
    (970)348-1800

  • La JaraNorth Conejos Alternative ProgramAlternative School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: K-12635 Main Street
    La JaraCO 81140
    (719)274-4220

  • DenverPlace Bridge Academy
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: PK-87125 Cherry Creek Drive North
    DenverCO 80224
    (720)424-0960

  • PuebloRisley International Academy Of Innovation
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: 6-8925 Monument Avenue
    PuebloCO 81001
    (719)549-7440

  • DenverSwansea Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: PK-54650 Columbine Street
    DenverCO 80216
    (720)424-3630

  • DenverTrevista At Horace Mann Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 90%
    Grades: PK-54130 Navajo Street
    DenverCO 80211
    (720)423-9800

  • Colorado SpringsAcademy Endeavour Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: K-53475 Hampton Park Drive
    Colorado SpringsCO 80920
    (719)234-5600

  • Usaf AcademyAir Academy High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 9-12551 North Frontage Road West
    Usaf AcademyCO 80840
    (719)234-2400

  • MonumentBear Creek Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: PK-61330 Creekside Drive
    MonumentCO 80132
    (719)488-4770

  • EnglewoodCherry Creek High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 9-129300 East Union Avenue
    EnglewoodCO 80111
    (720)554-2000

  • Colorado SpringsCheyenne Mountain Junior High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 7-81200 West Cheyenne Road
    Colorado SpringsCO 80906
    (719)475-6120

  • LittletonCoronado Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: PK-67922 South Carr
    LittletonCO 80128
    (303)982-3737

  • DenverCory Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 1-51550 South Steele Street
    DenverCO 80210
    (720)424-8380

  • LittletonDakota Ridge Senior High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 9-1213399 West Coal Mine Avenue
    LittletonCO 80127
    (303)982-1970

  • ErieErie High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 9-123180 County Road 5
    ErieCO 80516
    (303)828-4213

  • BoulderFairview High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 9-121515 Greenbriar Boulevard
    BoulderCO 80305
    (720)561-3100

  • LittletonFalcon Bluffs Middle School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 6-88449 South Garrison Street
    LittletonCO 80128
    (303)982-9900

  • BoulderFoothill Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: K-51001 Hawthorne Avenue
    BoulderCO 80304
    (720)561-2600

  • FranktownFox Hollow Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: PK-56363 South Waco Street
    FranktownCO 80116
    (720)886-8700

  • Colorado SpringsGold Camp Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: K-61805 Preserve Drive
    Colorado SpringsCO 80906
    (719)327-2820

  • LittletonHeritage High School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 9-121401 West Geddes Avenue
    LittletonCO 80120
    (303)347-7600

  • LyonsLyons Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: PK-5338 High Street
    LyonsCO 80540
    (303)823-6915

  • MeadMead Middle School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: 6-8620 Welker Ave.
    MeadCO 80542
    (970)535-4446

  • GoldenMitchell Elementary School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 9%
    Grades: K-5200 Rubey Drive
    GoldenCO 80403
    (303)982-5874

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