By the Numbers

  • Teacher & students Soaring Eagles opened in 2003 with 250 students. We are happy to report that we now serve more than 500 students. Since opening, we have earned multiple awards including:

    • 2009 – National Blue Ribbon Award
    • 2010 – Milken Award – Mrs. Oellig
    • 2011 – National Title I School
    • 2014 – High Achiever’s Award, CDE
    • 2016 – National Blue Ribbon Award
    • 2016 – John Irwin Award
    • 2016 - Best of the Springs
    • 2017 – High Achiever’s Award, CDE
    • 2017 - Colorado Teacher of the Year - Mrs. Gillette Randle
    • 2017 - John Irwin Award
    • 2017 - Best of the Springs
    • 2018 - 2020 -  High Flyers Award, CDE
    • 2018 - Best of the Springs
    • 2021 - National ESEA Distinguished School Award

    33 Highly Qualified Licensed Teachers (12 Distinguished)

    • K-5 teachers
    • CLDE teacher
    • Special education teacher
    • Reading Interventionist 
    • School Counselor and Military & Family Life Counselor
    • Art
    • Music
    • PE
    • Instructional Coach

    Soaring Eagles Mascot 10 Dedicated Paraprofessionals (4 distinguished)

    • 1 Library Tech
    • 9 Instructional Paraprofessionals

    Before School Clubs and Activities 

    2021-2022 Updates Coming Soon! 

    • French Club - Learn how to speak French 
    • Chess - Learn how to play the strategic game of chess. We have the largest 3-5th grade chess program in the district.
    • Art - Learn more about how to create great works of art.
    • Battle of the Books - Read great books and compete in a district-wide tournament at the end of the year.
    • Girls on the Run - for girls in 3-5th grades - promotes individual achievement and self-confidence
    • Intramurals such as basketball, field hockey, football, cross country, kickball, volleyball, and soccer are offered to third through fifth-grade students.
    • eS2S - Student Leadership program for all students

     

     

    Student Population by Race/Ethnicity and Gender (545 students enrolled)

    • Hispanic - 46%
    • Asian - 3%
    • Black or African American - 10%
    • White - 29%
    • Two or more races - 9%
    • Hawaiian or Pacific Islander - 2%
    • Male - 48%
    • Female - 52%