Colorado Springs School District 11 is the largest school district in southern Colorado. We have 52 schools including traditional elementary, middle, and high schools, as well as two alternative education schools, an online school, and career pathway school.
Colorado Springs School District 11 FAQ
Q: Does my child have to attend their neighborhood school?
A: Colorado is a choice state, which means you can choose where you would like your student to attend, provided there is enough capacity in any given school.
Q: What do parents/families need to register their students?
A: New student registration for kindergarten through 12th grade takes place at your school. Only a parent or guardian may enroll a student in D11. Along with a completed enrollment form for each student you will need to bring: verification of child's birth date such as a birth certificate, passport, or military ID; Immunization records; proof of residency such as a current utility bill, lease, or tax notice showing your name and the property address; if student is not living with both biological parents, a copy of legal paperwork, if student has an individualized education plan or IEP for special education services, a copy of the current/latest plan; and the name and address of student's previous school to request academic records.
Q: How old do students need to be to be able to attend kindergarten?
A: Students need to be five years old on or before October 15th.
Q: Where can families find more information on programs offered in District 11?
A: Our complete enrollment guide is online at www.d11.org, click the "choice" icon. In that guide, we explain the many different programs in our district and which schools offer which programs.
Q: How much does full day kindergarten cost and where is it offered?
A: District 11 offers FREE full day kindergarten at every elementary school.