Living & School Links

Denver, CO from City ParkIf you live in the Denver area, you already know: we have over 300 days a year of sunshine, yet we are within two hours of the best skiing in the world. The majestic Rocky Mountains offer a myriad of other recreational activities for people of all ages. In addition, our cultural facilities – from our library system and museums, to our variety of theatre venues — consistently rank in the nation’s top five. Then there are our championship caliber national sports teams, as well as, sports facilities for every enthusiast. Add a moderate cost of living, a wide variety of neighborhoods, from historic to contemporary, with an abundance of school choices – both public and private – and you have a snapshot of our wonderful, multi-cultural, vibrant city. Welcome to Denver. Welcome home!

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  • Mortgage Company Loss Mitigation Contact Numbers – Negotiate a Lower Mortgage Rate
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  • Colorado Academic Reports – Rocky Mountain News
  • U.S. Preschool Directory — Colorado – Colorado School Guides
  • School performance information on public elementary, middle and high schools around the country. Click on Colorado. – Public School Ranking, PSK12.COM
  • Review of private elementary, day and high schools. National site; click on Colorado – Private School Review
  • Information on private and charter schools in the Denver Metro area. – Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation
  • Provides a wealth of information about schools, public and private, in our state. Their phone number is: 303.866.6600. – Colorado Department of Education
  • The Facts on Radon – Centers For Disease Control
  • The Facts on Mold – Centers For Disease Control
  • Perry & Co. Fact Sheet – About Household Mold & Mildews
  • Denver Metro Zip Code Map – Denver Metro Zip Code Map

One Response to “Living & School Links”

  1. 1 Roy Slater

    I would really love to bring my child to Denver. I’ve heard that they have some really great private schools. Thanks for the tips.

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