• Pinnacle Charter School is a Tuition Free Public Charter School. We are now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year.

    If you are interested in registering a child that is not currently enrolled at the Pinnacle, visit our registration site today at www.thepinnacleweb.org. Or feel free to come to the school and ask for the Registration Dept. Si está interesado en registrar un niño que no está actualmente inscrito en el Pinnacle, visite nuestro sitio de registro hoy en www.thepinnacleweb.org.

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  • All Pinnacle Charter Schools are now rated at the PERFORMANCE Level by the state, the highest rating an individual school can receive!

    As a frame of reference, schools reach Performance indicator at or above 53% on the scale. Pinnacle Elementary shot up, moving to 63% on the growth scale, Pinnacle Middle School moved up to 60%, and Pinnacle High School moved up to 71%.  This is an outstanding accomplishment!

    Our teachers, administrators, and support staff are committed to ensure success for all students.   Click here to learn about Pinnacle Charter School's Performance rating.

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  • Paying Student Fees

    You can pay the fees by visiting the school business office or you can pay online at Quick Pay.   If you have questions about the fees, contact 303-450-3985 ext. 1024 or e-mail studentfees@pinnaclecharterschool.org

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  • Free and Reduced Lunch Applications

    Parents can apply for free and reduced lunches by visiting www.pinnaclesfa.org

    Parents can also obtain an application at the school front office.  We encourage all families who wonder if they will qualify to apply.  If you have questions, please call the school at 303-450-3985.

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    Welcome back students, parents, and staff!

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Welcome

Welcome to The Pinnacle Charter High School!

 

The Pinnacle Charter School's Mission is to educate students to attain superior levels of academic performance by:

  • Creating a safe, supportive K-12 school community

  • Preparing students for College and career

  • Striving for excellence in everything we do

Calendar and Upcoming Events

  • 1st and 2nd Grade Family Literacy Night

    3:45 to 4:45 p.m.

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  • School Board Meeting

    5:00 p.m. High School Lecture Hall

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  • Kindergarten Family Literacy Night

    3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

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  • No School K-5 Only

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  • K-5 Parent Conferences

    K-5 Conferences Noon to 8:00 p.m.

     

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  • No School K-5 Only

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  • K-5 Parent Conferences

    8:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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  • 2nd Grade Field Trip Arvada Center

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  • No School for Students Teacher In-Service Day

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  • No School President's Day

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January 2018

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Pinnacle Charter High School has various important dates in January. Please mark your calendars:

  • January 1st – 8th:                           No School – Winter Break
  • Thursday, January 11th:             ALL School Assembly – Concurrent Enrollment & ASCENT program presentation for students – FRCC
  • Monday, January 15th:                No School – Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Wednesday, January 17th:         ACCESS Testing
  • Thursday, January 18th:             ACCESS Testing

                         ASCENT Workshop with Front Range Community College. Qualifying students will be invited to attend with their parent(s).

  • Friday, January 19th:                    Blood Drive – Hosted by Key Club
  • Monday, January 22nd:               College Campus Visit – CU Boulder
  • Tuesday, January 30th:                College Application Day for Seniors


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the front office at 303-412-2940. Thank you for your continuous support.

Sincerely,

 

Todd Bittner
Principal, Pinnacle Charter High School

Enero 2018

Queridos Padres y Tutores,

La Preparatoria Pinnacle Charter tendrá varias fechas importantes en el mes de enero. Por favor de marcar su calendario:

  • 1ero – 8vo de enero:             No Hay Clases – Vacaciones de Invierno
  • jueves, 11 de enero:            Asamblea para la escuela – Presentación de “Concurrent Enrollment” & “ASCENT"
  • lunes, 15 de enero:              No Hay Clases – Día Feriado: Martin Luther King Jr.
  • miércoles, 17 de enero:     Examen “ACCESS”
  • jueves, 18 de enero:            Examen “ACCESS”

                     Taller de ASCENT con el Colegio Comunitario de Front Range. Los estudiantes que califiquen serán invitados a asistir con sus padres.

  • viernes, 19 de enero:           Donación de Sangre – Organizado por Key Club
  • lunes, 22 de enero:               Visita Universitaria – CU Boulder
  • martes, 30 de enero:            Día de Aplicación Universitaria para Seniors

 

Si tienen preguntas, no duden en comunicarse con la oficina al 303-412-2940. Gracias por su continuo apoyo.

Atentamente,


Todd Bittner
Director, Preparatoria Pinnacle Charter

1st Annual Senior Conference for PCHS

Dear Parents, Guardians & Community,

I would like to say THANK YOU to our wonderful donors and volunteers that made this event a success. 

Community Restaurants

  • Santiago's Mexican Restaurant on 84th & Conifer who sponsored the Senior's breakfast
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels on 120th & Sheridan who sponsored the Volunteer's breakfast
  • Chick-fil-A on 104th & Federal who sponsored the Volunteer's lunch
  • Subway on 84th & Pecos who sponsored the Volunteer's lunch
  • Jamba Juice on 120th & I25 who gave discount cards for attendees

Workshop Facilitators

  • Colorado State University
  • University of Colorado Denver
  • Community College of Denver
  • University of Denver
  • Community Reach Center
  • Denver School of Massage Therapy
  • Latin American Educational Foundation
  • ResCare
  • Wells Fargo

I would also like to thank our amazing Jostens representative, Todd Reed, for the great donations for our Senior Drawing.

Thank You Donors and Volunteers.pdf 

 

Violeta Apodaca
Post-Secondary Coordinator
violeta.apodaca@pinnaclecharterschool.org
303-412-2940 ext. 2004
“Educating Learners of today. Creating Leaders of tomorrow.”

1era Conferencia Anual para los del grado 12

Queridos Padres, Tutores y Miembros de la Comunidad,

Quisiera mandar un inmenso GRACIAS a todos nuestros maravillosos donadores y voluntarios que ayudaron con el éxito de este evento.

Los Restaurantes de nuestra comunidad

  • Santiago's Mexican Restaurant localizado en la 84 y Conifer que proporciono el desayuno de nuestros estudiantes
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels localizado en la 120 y Sheridan que proporciono el desayuno de nuestros voluntarios
  • Chick-fil-A localizado en la 104 y Federal que proporciono el almuerzo de nuestros voluntarios
  • Subway localizado en la 84 y Pecos que proporciono el almuerzo de nuestros voluntarios
  • Jamba Juice en la 120 y la I25 que proporciono tarjetas de descuento para los que asistieron este evento

Facilitadores de los Talleres

  • Colorado State University
  • University of Colorado Denver
  • Community College of Denver
  • University of Denver
  • Community Reach Center
  • Denver School of Massage Therapy
  • Latin American Educational Foundation
  • ResCare
  • Wells Fargo

También me gustaría agradecerle a nuestro representante de Jostens, Todd Reed, por los premios que ganaron los estudiantes. 

Gracias a nuestros Donadores y Voluntarios.pdf 

 

Violeta Apodaca
Coordinadora Post-Secondary
violeta.apodaca@pinnaclecharterschool.org
303-412-2940 ext. 2004
“Educating learned of today. Creating Leaders of tomorrow.”

Pinnacle High School Students Win Daniels Scholarships

Three of our  very own Pinnacle High School students, Rolando Botello, Israel Olivas, and Tiffany Nguyen are proud recipients of the prestigious Daniels Fund Scholarship award.  The High School Principal, Mr. Todd Bittner, was able to recognize and present certificates of accomplishment to Rolando Botello and Israel Olivas at the the April 17, 2017 School Board meeting.

All three students have been at the Pinnacle since 2nd grade.  It’s the partnership of the parents, students, teachers, and staff striving to generate students who are leaders and ready to take on the challenges of college and future careers.

Our three students are three of 2,000 candidates for the Daniels Fund Scholarship award.  Having three recipients from one school is uncommon.  This is a true testament of the Pinnacle’s Vision to educate learners of today and create leaders of tomorrow.

 

Pictured Left to Right:

Todd Bittner, High School Principal, Tracy Hernandez, School Board Member, Bee Waters, School Board President, Israel Olivas, Daniels Fund Recipient, Dr. Brian Recht, Superintendent, Rolando Botello, Daniels Fund Recipient,  Liz Martinez, School Board Member, Clarissa Burklund, School Board Secretary, and Joyce Thomas, School Board Vice President

What is the Daniels Fund Scholarship?
The Daniels Scholarship is an exciting and challenging program that provides the opportunity to obtain a four-year college education at any accredited nonprofit college or university in the United States, complete with financial and personal support throughout the journey. The Daniels Scholarship Program offers resources, encouragement, and inspiration far beyond the financial assistance needed to earn a college degree. Our goal is not only to help Daniels Scholars succeed in college, but to ensure that they thrive beyond their years in college. Every year, Daniels Scholars are selected from our four-state region of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Daniels Scholars currently attend more than 200 colleges and universities in 45 states. As of June 2016, the Daniels Scholarship Program has provided nearly $138 million in undergraduate scholarships to nearly 3,500 students.

Additionally, Pinnacle High School Seniors have received $2,281,290 in scholarship awards and 74% of students have applied to or been accepted to a 2 or 4 year program