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ADMISSIONS

ADMISSIONS

Compositive Primary   is accepting applications this fall for the three- and four-year-old classrooms, kindergarten, first, second, and third grades for the 2022-23 school year. We will add a grade each year thereafter until 2024, when our school will serve students from age three through fifth grade.

INVITATION FROM OUR HEAD OF SCHOOL

SIGN UP FOR A VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE:

Jan. 13, 2022

School tours are currently by appointment only, call 720-452-2522 to sign up

Compositive Primary   is accepting applications this fall for the three- and four-year-old classrooms, kindergarten, first, second, and third grades for the 2022-23 school year. We will add a grade each year thereafter until 2024, when our school will serve students from age three through fifth grade.

INVITATION FROM OUR HEAD OF SCHOOL

SIGN UP FOR A VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE:

Jan. 13, 2022

School tours are currently by appointment only, call 720-452-2522 to sign up

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ADMISSIONS PROCEDURE

the
ADMISSIONS PROCEDURE

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Fill out this form to be notified when our 2022-23 online application is available (late October, 2021). Send an email to admissions@compositiveprimary.org if you have specific questions and would like us to contact you.

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Admissions open houses and campus tours are held each fall. We will also meet with families by appointment throughout the year. Please remember to bring a mask when visiting the building.

The open houses and tours are optional and not required for admission.

Open House/Tour Information:

Register for virtual tour here:

January 13, 2022: 7:00-7:45pm

 

School Tours Tuesdays at 9:30am, call 720-452-2522 to sign up

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Apply here. If you are interested in applying for the 2022-23 school year, please submit an inquiry form (see Step 1 of the Admissions Procedure) so that we may contact you in the fall of 2021 with application information.

The application fee is $50 and non-refundable. If you previously submitted an application for your child and are reapplying for the same child, please call the school at 720-452-2522 for an application fee waiver code.

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Applicants for the 3/4 classrooms will participate in a 30-minute classroom experience with our teachers on January 22 or February 5, 2022. Parents/Guardians will have the opportunity to tour the school and chat with administrators during this time. You may schedule your visit by calling the school at 720-452-2522 once you have submitted your child’s application.

The final step of the application process for kindergarten, first, second, and third grades is to schedule a two-hour classroom visit during school hours. Parents/Guardians will have the opportunity to chat with members of our committee, which may include the Head of School, Director of Outreach, and the Director of Inquiry and Instruction. You may schedule your visit after submitting all of the requested application materials by calling the school at 720-452-2522. This visit must be completed by January 15.

Compositive Primary does not require cognitive testing.

IMPORTANT
DATES

For Current Students

Sibling Applications Due…

December 15, 2021

Re-enrollment Contracts Due…

January 31, 2022

Complete Applications for New Students by 

January 15, 2022

We accept applications for children seeking admission to the following school year. We don’t keep a waitlist for years beyond the current application year. If you previously submitted an application for your child and are reapplying this year for the same child, please call the school at 720-452-2522 for an application fee waiver code.

Return Additional Forms

January 15, 2022

If your child is applying for kindergarten, first, second, or third grade, please request a confidential teacher recommendation from your child’s teacher (the form is available with the online application). For first, second, and third grade applicants, please submit a copy of your child’s school records. We also request tax documentation if you will be utilizing flexible tuition.

Attend a Child/Parent Visit

January 22 or February 5, 2022 (Ages 3/4)
November 1, 2021 – January 15, 2022 (Grades K-3)

Applicants for the 3/4 classrooms will participate in a 30-minute classroom experience with our teachers on January 22 or February 5, 2022. Parents/Guardians will have the opportunity to tour the school and chat with administrators during this time. You may schedule your visit by calling the school at 720-452-2522 once you have submitted your child’s application.

The final step of the application process for kindergarten, first, second, and third grades is to schedule a two-hour classroom visit during school hours. Parents/Guardians will have the opportunity to chat with members of our committee, which may include the Head of School, Director of Outreach, and the Director of Inquiry and Instruction. You may schedule your visit after submitting all of the requested application materials by calling the school at 720-452-2522. This visit must be completed by January 15.

Receive Admission Decision on 

March 3, 2022

In February, the admissions committee will review all completed application files received by the relevant due dates. We will notify families about the admission decision by email and/or phone on March 3, 2022.

Let Compositive Primary Know by 

March 10, 2022

Each family whose child has been offered admission at Compositive Primary must sign the enrollment contract and return it along with a non-refundable deposit.

ROLLING
ADMISSIONS

Students may apply to Compositive Primary on a rolling basis throughout the year in the event space becomes available. 

Please contact us at admissions@compositiveprimary.org if interested.

SCHOOL
CALENDAR

2021/2022

IMPORTANT
DATES

For Current Students

Sibling Applications Due…
December 15, 2021

Re-enrollment Contracts Due…
January 31, 2022

Complete Applications for New Students by 
January 15, 2022

We accept applications for children seeking admission to the following school year. We don’t keep a waitlist for years beyond the current application year. If you previously submitted an application for your child and are reapplying this year for the same child, please call the school at 720-452-2522 for an application fee waiver code.

Return Additional Forms 
January 15, 2022

If your child is applying for kindergarten, first, second, or third grade, please request a confidential teacher recommendation from your child’s teacher (the form is available with the online application). For first, second, and third grade applicants, please submit a copy of your child’s school records. We also request tax documentation if you will be utilizing flexible tuition.

Attend a Child/Parent Visit
January 22 or February 5, 2022 (Ages 3/4)

November 1, 2021 – January 15, 2022 (Grades K-3)

Applicants for the 3/4 classrooms will participate in a 30-minute classroom experience with our teachers on January 22 or February 5, 2022. Parents/Guardians will have the opportunity to tour the school and chat with administrators during this time. You may schedule your visit by calling the school at 720-452-2522 once you have submitted your child’s application.

The final step of the application process for kindergarten, first, second, and third grades is to schedule a two-hour classroom visit during school hours. Parents/Guardians will have the opportunity to chat with members of our committee, which may include the Head of School, Director of Outreach, and the Director of Inquiry and Instruction. You may schedule your visit after submitting all of the requested application materials by calling the school at 720-452-2522. This visit must be completed by January 15.

Receive Admission Decision on 
March 3, 2022

In February, the admissions committee will review all completed application files received by the relevant due dates. We will notify families about the admission decision by email and/or phone on March 3, 2022.

Let Compositive Primary Know by 
March 10, 2022

Each family whose child has been offered admission at Compositive Primary must sign the enrollment contract and return it along with a non-refundable deposit.

ROLLING
ADMISSIONS

Students may apply to Compositive Primary on a rolling basis throughout the year in the event space becomes available. 

Please contact us at admissions@compositiveprimary.org if interested.

SCHOOL

CALENDAR

2021/2022

Flexible Tuition Model

As a workplace-based school, Compositive does not receive funding from local or state governments. To offset educational expenses, we charge tuition for each student. However, tuition alone does not cover the full cost of educating each student. Gifts from parents and friends provide funding that supplements tuition and ensures Compositive’s financial strength.

Compositive Primary is committed to reflecting the diversity of the Anschutz Medical Campus and Fitzsimons Innovation Campus employees. Our individualized tuition model allows us to partner with each family to establish a tuition level that reflects their family’s verified adjusted gross income and other important financial circumstances.

The tuition for the 2022-2023 school year ranges from $2,040 to $19,900 and sibling discounts are offered. We recommend beginning the enrollment process in early November.

1. The process of determining tuition begins with the submission of the family’s financial information including tax documentation from the prior year.

2. All information you provide will be kept confidential.

3. Families may opt to pay full tuition if they prefer not to share their financial information. 

We recognize the financial investment in Compositive may be a significant expense for many families. Through payment plans and need-based tuition, we work toward making Compositive accessible to all children whose families are a part of the Anschutz Medical Campus and Fitzsimons Innovation Campus communities.

There are three interest-free payment plans from which to choose. All plans require a 10% non-refundable deposit with the enrollment agreement, which will be applied to the remaining payment(s) due.

Compositive tuition rates include books and all school supplies. Student meals and optional before and after care enrollment are supplemental fees. There is also a $50 non-refundable fee per family for our billing service with SmartTuition. 

Compositive Primary is grateful to the St. Elizabeth’s School for allowing us to replicate their sliding scale tuition model.

SCHOOL FEE

As a workplace-based school, Compositive does not receive funding from local or state governments. To offset educational expenses, we charge tuition for each student. However, tuition alone does not cover the full cost of educating each student. Gifts from parents and friends provide funding that supplements tuition and ensures Compositive’s financial strength.

Compositive Primary is committed to reflecting the diversity of the Anschutz Medical Campus and Fitzsimons Innovation Campus employees. Our individualized tuition model allows us to partner with each family to establish a tuition level that reflects their family’s verified adjusted gross income and other important financial circumstances.

The tuition for the 2022-2023 school year ranges from $2,040 to $19,900 and sibling discounts are offered. We recommend beginning the enrollment process in early November.

1. The process of determining tuition begins with the submission of the family’s financial information including tax documentation from the prior year.

2. All information you provide will be kept confidential.

3. Families may opt to pay full tuition if they prefer not to share their financial information.

We recognize the financial investment in Compositive may be a significant expense for many families. Through payment plans and need-based tuition, we work toward making Compositive accessible to all children whose families are a part of the Anschutz Medical Campus and Fitzsimons Innovation Campus communities.

There are three interest-free payment plans from which to choose. All plans require a 10% non-refundable deposit with the enrollment agreement, which will be applied to the remaining payment(s) due.

Compositive tuition rates include books and all school supplies. Student meals and optional before and after care enrollment are supplemental fees. There is also a $50 non-refundable fee per family for our billing service with SmartTuition.

Compositive Primary is grateful to the St. Elizabeth’s School for allowing us to replicate their sliding scale tuition model.

EXTENDED CARE

Morning care is offered 6:30-8:30am for fee of $4,000/year

Afternoon care is offered 3:30-6:30pm for fee of $6,000/year

Families must commit to a full year in order for us to fulfill staffing needs.

Students are enrolled in their selected extended care program (morning or afternoon or both) for the entire academic year. The option to participate is included in the enrollment contract and there are three interest-free fee payment plans from which to choose. All plans require a 10% non-refundable deposit with the enrollment agreement, which will be applied to the remaining payment(s) due.

DEEP DIVES

Compositive Primary offers an extended-year calendar with programming during short breaks between our inquiries and our shortened summer break. These programs are designed to deepen our students’ inquiries through investigation and play. Students may register for one week or multiple weeks, with optional extended care hours.

EXTENDED CARE

Morning care is offered 6:30-8:30am for fee of $4,000/year

Afternoon care is offered 3:30-6:30pm for fee of $6,000/year

Families must commit to a full year in order for us to fulfill staffing needs.

Students are enrolled in their selected extended care program (morning or afternoon or both) for the entire academic year. The option to participate is included in the enrollment contract and there are three interest-free fee payment plans from which to choose. All plans require a 10% non-refundable deposit with the enrollment agreement, which will be applied to the remaining payment(s) due.

DEEP DIVES

Compositive Primary offers an extended-year calendar with programming during short breaks between our inquiries and our shortened summer break. These programs are designed to deepen our students’ inquiries through investigation and play. Students may register for one week or multiple weeks, with optional extended care hours.

MEALS & SNACKS

Compositive Primary contracts with Revolution Foods to provide daily nutritious, freshly-prepared meals and snacks. We require all students in the age 3/4 classrooms to participate in the Revolution Foods meal program. Students in grades kindergarten and up may choose the Revolution Foods meal program or bring lunch from home with Revolution Foods snacks. Compositive Primary is a nut-free environment and families who provide food from home must ensure everything is nut-free. Revolution Foods provides daily vegetarian and dairy-free options and accommodates special dietary needs regarding food allergies resulting from the 8 major allergens as defined by the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 (FALCPA): dairy, soy, peanut, tree-nut, fish, shellfish, egg, and wheat. 

The fees for 2021-2022 are $358/year for morning care breakfasts, $986/year for lunch and two snacks during the school day, and $173/year for afternoon care snacks. Prices may fluctuate from year-to-year based on the vendor’s fees. Meal and snack fees are billed with the school fee, either as a single annual payment or quarterly.

MEALS & SNACKS

Compositive Primary contracts with Revolution Foods to provide daily nutritious, freshly-prepared meals and snacks. We require all students in the age 3/4 classrooms to participate in the Revolution Foods meal program. Students in grades kindergarten and up may choose the Revolution Foods meal program or bring lunch from home with Revolution Foods snacks. Compositive Primary is a nut-free environment and families who provide food from home must ensure everything is nut-free. Revolution Foods provides daily vegetarian and dairy-free options and accommodates special dietary needs regarding food allergies resulting from the 8 major allergens as defined by the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 (FALCPA): dairy, soy, peanut, tree-nut, fish, shellfish, egg, and wheat. 

The fees for 2021-2022 are $358/year for morning care breakfasts, $986/year for lunch and two snacks during the school day, and $173/year for afternoon care snacks. Prices may fluctuate from year-to-year based on the vendor’s fees. Meal and snack fees are billed with the school fee, either as a single annual payment or quarterly.

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 FAQs 

What tests are required for admissions?2019-04-05T15:52:48-06:00

We do not require cognitive testing. In addition to completing an application, parents and prospective students will participate in a tour and group or class visit during the admissions season. We request applicants for kindergarten and older to submit a teacher recommendation and school records.

When can I submit an application for my child?2019-04-05T15:51:12-06:00

Applications are accepted in the fall prior to the admissions school year. We do not accept applications any earlier on a waitlist basis.

How do we visit Compositive Primary?2019-10-03T10:58:38-06:00

We are excited to meet prospective families and students. Please refer to the open house and tour link on the admissions page of our website for our current visit schedule. You may also email us at admissions@compositiveprimary.org or call 720-452-2522 to schedule a visit or ask questions.

What is the purpose of submitting an inquiry form?2019-04-05T15:53:20-06:00

The inquiry form enables us to keep prospective applicant families informed of ongoing news and admissions events.

Are there fees in addition to tuition and the meal/snack fee?2021-10-28T14:05:17-06:00

No. All materials are provided in the classrooms so we do not request school supplies at the beginning of the year. There are optional fees charged to students who sign up for the extended-day and Deep Dive programs. Teachers may ask for voluntary supplies, such as used cardboard boxes, for special projects. 

What is the difference between a tour and an open house?2020-04-06T11:48:03-06:00

Tours allow you to see not only Compositive Primary’s building, but also the students and teachers in action during the school day. Open houses occur during the evening or weekend and involve a building tour with an administrator as well as the opportunity to view the classrooms and meet several teachers. Tours and open houses are optional steps in the admission process. We host a few open houses each fall, and tours are offered throughout the school year. 

Who is eligible to apply to Compositive Primary?2020-04-06T12:10:25-06:00

We are a workplace-based school and applicants must have a parent or guardian working on the Anschutz Medical or Fitzsimons Innovation Campuses.

What if we change jobs and are no longer employed on the Anschutz Campus?2020-04-06T12:12:04-06:00

Once accepted and enrolled, our students will remain part of our community, regardless of where their parents or guardians work.

What are the multi-age groupings within a classroom?2019-10-03T10:49:00-06:00

There are two age three/four classrooms (50% of each age). The mixed age groupings will also occur in the kindergarten/first, second/third, and fourth/fifth grade classrooms.

Will the three and four-year-olds participate in full-day classes? Or will there be a half-day option?2019-01-08T15:21:57-07:00

We offer a customized full-day program for all of our students, regardless of their age.

How many students are in each class?2019-01-08T15:28:34-07:00

Three and four-year-old classrooms: 16 students

Kindergarten – fifth Grade: 18 students

How old must my child be to attend Compositive Primary? What is the age cut-off?2021-09-30T10:51:57-06:00

Our youngest students begin Compositive Primary at age three. Children must be age appropriate by September 1 for the classroom/grade to which they apply. For example, a child must turn age three by September 1, 2022 to apply for the 2022-2023 school year’s three-year-old classroom. 

Additional questions?

Please contact us anytime! You can reach the admission office at 720-452-2522 or admissions@compositiveprimary.org

Compositive’s Policy of Nondiscrimination

Compositive Primary welcomes all applicants for admission, valuing each as an individual possessed of inherent dignity and entitled to our respect. Compositive Primary does not discriminate in any of its programs, procedures, admissions, or practices on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or any other protected classifications as defined by applicable law.

 FAQs 

What tests are required for admissions?2019-04-05T15:52:48-06:00

We do not require cognitive testing. In addition to completing an application, parents and prospective students will participate in a tour and group or class visit during the admissions season. We request applicants for kindergarten and older to submit a teacher recommendation and school records.

When can I submit an application for my child?2019-04-05T15:51:12-06:00

Applications are accepted in the fall prior to the admissions school year. We do not accept applications any earlier on a waitlist basis.

How do we visit Compositive Primary?2019-10-03T10:58:38-06:00

We are excited to meet prospective families and students. Please refer to the open house and tour link on the admissions page of our website for our current visit schedule. You may also email us at admissions@compositiveprimary.org or call 720-452-2522 to schedule a visit or ask questions.

What is the purpose of submitting an inquiry form?2019-04-05T15:53:20-06:00

The inquiry form enables us to keep prospective applicant families informed of ongoing news and admissions events.

Are there fees in addition to tuition and the meal/snack fee?2021-10-28T14:05:17-06:00

No. All materials are provided in the classrooms so we do not request school supplies at the beginning of the year. There are optional fees charged to students who sign up for the extended-day and Deep Dive programs. Teachers may ask for voluntary supplies, such as used cardboard boxes, for special projects. 

What is the difference between a tour and an open house?2020-04-06T11:48:03-06:00

Tours allow you to see not only Compositive Primary’s building, but also the students and teachers in action during the school day. Open houses occur during the evening or weekend and involve a building tour with an administrator as well as the opportunity to view the classrooms and meet several teachers. Tours and open houses are optional steps in the admission process. We host a few open houses each fall, and tours are offered throughout the school year. 

Who is eligible to apply to Compositive Primary?2020-04-06T12:10:25-06:00

We are a workplace-based school and applicants must have a parent or guardian working on the Anschutz Medical or Fitzsimons Innovation Campuses.

What if we change jobs and are no longer employed on the Anschutz Campus?2020-04-06T12:12:04-06:00

Once accepted and enrolled, our students will remain part of our community, regardless of where their parents or guardians work.

What are the multi-age groupings within a classroom?2019-10-03T10:49:00-06:00

There are two age three/four classrooms (50% of each age). The mixed age groupings will also occur in the kindergarten/first, second/third, and fourth/fifth grade classrooms.

Will the three and four-year-olds participate in full-day classes? Or will there be a half-day option?2019-01-08T15:21:57-07:00

We offer a customized full-day program for all of our students, regardless of their age.

How many students are in each class?2019-01-08T15:28:34-07:00

Three and four-year-old classrooms: 16 students

Kindergarten – fifth Grade: 18 students

How old must my child be to attend Compositive Primary? What is the age cut-off?2021-09-30T10:51:57-06:00

Our youngest students begin Compositive Primary at age three. Children must be age appropriate by September 1 for the classroom/grade to which they apply. For example, a child must turn age three by September 1, 2022 to apply for the 2022-2023 school year’s three-year-old classroom. 

Additional questions?

Please contact us anytime! You can reach the admission office at 720-452-2522 or admissions@compositiveprimary.org

Compositive’s Policy of Nondiscrimination

Compositive Primary welcomes all applicants for admission, valuing each as an individual possessed of inherent dignity and entitled to our respect. Compositive Primary does not discriminate in any of its programs, procedures, admissions, or practices on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or any other protected classifications as defined by applicable law.