About Our District

We are a small rural school located 20 minutes northeast of Colorado Springs and 10 minutes northeast of Falcon, Colorado. We have over 600 students in grades Pre-K through 12. The district has four schools: Peyton Elementary School (grades Pre-K -6), Peyton Junior-Senior High School (grades 7-12), Peyton Online Academy (Elementary: grades K-6 and Secondary: grades 7-12), and Peyton College Academy (grades 9-12) as well as a Career Technical Education Facility for students in grades 9-12.

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Mission Statement

Peyton School District is a community partnership between students, staff, families, and patrons; providing an educational opportunity for individuals to attain their potential in a safe and trusted, family-like environment.

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  • Building Accountability Committees

    The Building Accountability Committee is an advisory committee, not a governing body, that advises the principal on school performance, budget priorities, and parental engagement. The purpose of the committee is to inform, encourage and provide opportunities for parent and community members to be involved in the planning and evaluation of the school’s instructional program, school safety, improvement processes, and strategic plan.  If you are interested in joining the Peyton Jr.-Sr. High School BAC please contact Mr. Burnside: 749-0417 x511. Contact Ms. Marlburg to join the Elementary School BAC: 719-749-0170.

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  • District Accountability Committee

    The District Accountability Committee (DAC) is an advisory committee for the Board of Education that represents the community of the school district. Therefore, members of the community, student body, faculty, and school administration are invited to participate. The DAC meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 4pm the Community Room at the CTEF. There are no meetings in January, June, July, or August. For more information, contact Mr. Burnside: 719-749-2330.

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  • Peyton College Academy

    Peyton College Academy is an educational alternative for college-ready students in grades 9-12 who live in the Pikes Peak region. Students must qualify to attend Pikes Peak Community College by passing the appropriate Accuplacer test.  For more information, contact Pat Bershinsky.

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  • Peyton Online Academy

    Peyton Online Academy (POA) is a well-established online school that focuses on an individualized approach to learning so students succeed at the highest academic level possible as they prepare for their future.  POA courses are online and available 24-7 though many students work on campus to receive assistance from our staff and to collaborate with other students.  Additional opportunities include attending classes and participating in extracurricular activities at Peyton Elementary  and Junior-Senior High schools.  For more information, contact Ms. Esser: 719-749-2330.

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  • Peyton's Career and Technical Education Programs

    Peyton’s Career Technical Education Facility (CTEF or CTE Facility) opened in the fall of 2015 in the formerly shuttered Middle School building.  We currently offer Woods Manufacturing 1/2, 3/4, and 5/6 courses and Automotive 1 and 2 courses.  For more information about our CTE options, contact Mr. Burnside:  719-749-2330.

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  • School Board Meetings

    School Board meetings are held monthly in the Community Room at the CTE Facility.  Check the Calendar for the upcoming meetings.

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