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Choice Enrollment Now Open

Choice Enrollment is open for the 2021-2022 school year.

What can District Two offer you?

  • Enroll in an International Baccalaureate school
  • Laptops provided for all students
  • Internet for families in need
  • Free breakfast and lunch for in-person and eLearners
  • eLearning by our own teachers
  • Free K-8 school supplies
  • Free transportation
  • Free AP classes and AP tests
  • Earn an associate degree before you graduate high school at no cost
  • Earn your high school diploma and a trade certification at no cost
  • Free college through the Dakota Promise Scholarship at Pikes Peak Community College for D2 graduates

Choice is for out-of-district students and in-district students who wish to attend a school other than their home school. This is the time to request a different school other than their neighborhood school for your 2021-2022 kindergarten student.

Choice forms are available on the HSD2 website, in the Student Support office at the administration building, and at the school, once in-person learning is resumed. The completed choice form with supporting documents* must be turned in to Student Support at the District Administration Office, 1060 Harrison Road, during business hours Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

*Students currently attending out of district schools or charter schools must provide the most recent attendance record, discipline record, and grades/transcript from current school as supporting documents. When you turn in your forms, you will need to bring a photo ID for verification purposes.

Applications are on a first come first serve basis and will be reviewed and approved or denied based on available space, attendance, and behavior.

Parents will be notified of their status.

If you are unsure of your attendance area school please contact the Student Support office at 719-579-2554 for assistance.

A Choice form must be filled out when moving to the next level if your student is currently choiced into a school other than your neighborhood school (from elementary school to middle school, or middle school to high school).