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Lewis-Palmer School District 38

Lewis-Palmer School District 38 is located in El Paso County, Colorado, and serves approximately 6,500 students in the Palmer Lake, Monument, Woodmoor, and the northern Black Forest areas. D38 has five elementary schools (PreK to grade six), one middle school (grades seven to eight), and two high schools (grades nine to 12). D38 also has a charter school that serves pK-10th grade students. All D38 schools offer a premier education that supports innovative and relevant programming for students at all grade levels. LPSD students remain among the best prepared for future global success because D38 believes in fostering local, national, and global stewardship to create strong citizens who will secure a better world. This is WHY we educate. 

A few D38 accolades:

Lewis-Palmer School District 38 Distinctions

  • Gifted and Talented programs at every LPSD school

  • Full-day kindergarten and preschool offerings

  • Homeschool Academy weekly enrichment opportunities

  • Acclaimed music, art, sports, and activity programs

  • Highly-qualified teachers; more than 60% of LPSD teachers have earned a master's or doctoral degree

  • Named to the College Board Advanced Placement Honor Roll four times

  • LPSD students consistently place in the top 10% for college entrance and state exams

  • More than 85% of LPSD graduates plan to continue on to post-secondary education