Gold Camp Elementary is a school where students are encouraged to respect each other and to understand how they are connected to their community and their world. Teachers team up with parents to help students love learning and develop the independence they need to succeed. The principal is tough but compassionate. Parents are involved. And kids are curious and engaged. I am proud to be a Gold Camp parent. We bought our house mainly because it is near this school.
Gold Camp Elementary School is a public middle school in Colorado Springs. 453 children attend Gold Camp Elementary School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Asian/Pacific Islander. 12% of the 453 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Gold Camp Elementary School is 15:1. Cheyenne Mountain Junior High School is one of the nearest middle schools.
- Ceramics sculpture
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- P.E. classes
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This is our third year at Gold Camp and we couldn't be more pleased. Our kids started in second and third grades and for each of them it was their third school. The transition went well and there has yet to be a day where either of them didn't want to go to school. There is only a small percentage of military children but the teachers and staff do their best to be sensitive to and respectful of the special challenges military children face. The teachers we have had are professional and competent and the principal is enthusiastic and sincere.
It's the best school I've seen in my many years of teaching. I love how they have a balance in academics and sports. They also are great at challenging the students who need more and assisting the kids who need a little more help. Each teacher there has their own unique personality and all work amazingly with each child. Unlike some schools Gold Camp has a music class P.E. and Art. Gold Camp is the nicest school I've ever seen through out all my years of being a parent/teacher.
If you are looking for academic greatness and activities available at the elementayr level then this school is top notch. It if an affluent school though! Be prepared for the girls to be very materialistic and the boys jocks. If your child doesn't fit in; they won't. There is constant drama for my daughter even though she seems to have a lot of friends much different from my nieces school Skyway which is just one mile away. The teachers are pushed to work with the children and for excellenct CSAP scores however the greatness of teaching is a little questionable. Staff is awesome and if you come here be prepared to be involved as you should be! Over all a great school I just hope the drama subsides when the kids move onto the JR. High.
Gold Camp is a fantastic elementary school. From the principal teachers students and parents there is nothing but excellence at this school My children are thriving. There is no student left behind. The atmosphere is down to earth welcoming and the committed and caring teachers well we just can't say enough. This is a high quality school and I highly recommend it. Our oldest child did not receive this type of education at the nearby private school and had a lot of catching up to do when we pulled her out of that school and put her into Gold Camp. They have worked so hard with her to get her on the same level as the other children in her class. The parents at this school are very involved. Gold Camp keep up the excellence!
My husband and I have nothing but high praises for the school and staff. Since coming to this school our oldest child has grown by leaps and bounds academically. This is a great environment for children to be challenged to do and be their best. Way to go Gold Camp.
If you come to Goldcamp from a private school you will be disapointed. Large classroom size disinterested teachers and some pretty mean kids. If you haven't been here from kidegarten the kids (girls and boys) are going to give you the cold shoulder. This school has been reading its own press reports. Go elswhere. You will hear the word 'bull' here a lot.
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