Resource: Bridge School (Boulder, CO)
Website: Bridge School (Boulder, CO)
URL: http://www.bridgeschoolboulder.org/
Description: Bridge school is a private coeducational day school for middle and high school students, located in Boulder, Colorado. Emphasis is placed on academics, small class size, individual attention, college placement, expeditionary learning, language skills, and sports. Bridge school enables students to develop skills necessary to undertake the academic demands of college and meet the complex challenges of adulthood. Bridge School accepts motivated young people who are intellectually curious, ready to become personally responsible for their learning. Successful Bridge students are individuals of good character who are willing to take risks and challenge themselves.

Comments: Contributed by: Other on 12/29/2011
It is with sadness that we are announcing the closure of Bridge School at the end of the 2010-2011 school year. Over the last 16 years, Bridge has served more than 700 students. The school's website will remain up and running as a tribute to all of those who served and were served by the incredible Bridge School community.

Contributed by: Parent on 2/8/2010
Bridge School is for students who are gifted in one or more areas but who need a smaller setting in which to thrive. These are the students who would otherwise fall through the cracks in the public school where their unique learning styles will not be addressed. All of the teachers are equiped to teach to all learning styles.

Contributed by: Parent on 8/19/2008
In my opinion, I feel that Bridge School leaves its students lacking. The level of excellence at Bridge is average at best.

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