COLLEGE VIEW CAMPUS

DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS /
DENVER SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

DSST College View Campus Drive Entrance

The DSST Public Schools (DSST) College View Campus in Denver’s Loretto Heights neighborhood includes a 900-student middle and high school with a focus on STEM education.

DSST is a network of public charter schools with a focus on STEM education. Serving students in grades 6 through 12, the campus was originally designed with the nearby Colorado Heights University (CHU) as a strategic partner, which allowed for the sharing of several facilities, including a cafeteria, with the added benefit of providing a year-round middle through high school experience within the environment of an operating college campus. Following the closure of CHU in 2017, the campus is slated for redevelopment as a “live-work-play” mixed-use neighborhood. MOA has since designed a new cafeteria addition for DSST on the campus. The College View campus includes a range of STEM learning spaces as well as major community spaces.

DSST College View Campus Middle School Gathering
DSST College View Campus High School Gathering Space

Project Details

sector

PK-12

Location

Denver, Colorado

Services

Master Planning, Planning, Design and Documentation, Construction Administration

Completion Date

12/4/2014

Size

53,500 SF

DSST College View Campus Exterior 2
DSST College View Campus Laboratory
DSST College View Campus Welcome Desk Middle School
DSST College View Campus Exterior Entrance

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