Discover Our Campus
Whether they participate in class outside, stroll a pathway from one building to another, cheer the Sun Devils to victory from the bleachers, or simply sit outdoors for a few moments of quiet reflection, students have many opportunities to enjoy the benefits of Kent Denver's exceptional campus.
Kent Denver's scenic, 200-acre campus supports more than 200,000 square feet of academic and athletic facilities. Our outdoor spaces include two reservoirs, more than 1,600 trees, a wetlands area and myriad, different plants nibbled daily by a flock of inquisitive Canada geese.
Explore Our Learning Spaces
Space matters. Whether students gather inside or out—in classrooms, labs, playing fields or elsewhere—physical surroundings have a significant impact on their ability to learn.
At Kent Denver, we believe all students should have dynamic, spacious, state-of-the-art learning spaces that stimulate their curiosity, fuel their imagination and empower their best work. Our 200-acre campus includes:
- 63 classrooms
- 10 science labs with a microscopy lab and design/build shop
- Global teleconferencing center
- 21st Century Learning Commons
- 8 collaboration rooms
- Cutting-edge Design Floor including a laser cutter, 3-D Printer and a community “makerspace” equipped with worktables, tools and whiteboards
- Kent Denver School Idea Lab equipped with a virtual reality system
- Guitar lab, recital room and fully-equipped, professional recording studio
- 2 performing arts theaters with a state-of-the-art technical theater workshop
- Ceramics, metals and photography studios
- 2 indoor common areas
- 2 amphitheaters
- 2 reservoirs
- 4 indoor gymnasiums
- 8 playing fields
- LEED-Platinum certified Dining Hall
We also believe learning spaces must evolve and improve. Using our core value of personal growth as inspiration, we constantly explore ways to ensure our learning spaces remain excellent and relevant.
- Gates Science and Magness Technology Center
- Duncan Center
- Schaden Dining Hall
- Student Center for the Arts
- Yates Pavilion
Enter the Gates Science and Magness Technology Center from outdoors, look up—and you will be catapulted in the solar system step courtesy of an astrometric tower designed, in part, by Kent Denver science students.
Step in further to explore the science laboratories, computer labs, classrooms, aquarium and teacher offices housed in the Center.
Made possible by a leadership gift from the Duncan Family, the Duncan Center is a true 21st century academic facility. This complete transformation of Kent Denver's Boettcher Foundation Library includes larger classrooms that enable and empower faculty to use the latest teaching methods.
The Duncan Center also provides collaboration spaces that facilitate active group learning and dynamic interaction, a global teleconferencing center that connects Kent Denver students with schools worldwide, and the Office of Digital Learning, which coordinates groundbreaking initiatives as we test drive, evaluate, and roll-out new learning opportunities.
Learn more about the Duncan Center here.
The Schaden Dining Hall at Kent Denver School is the first LEED Platinum building of its kind in the United States. LEED Platinum is the highest level of recognition for energy efficiency, sustainability, and advanced design given by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Thanks to the many enhancements made in the building's design and construction, the Dining Hall boasts a 42% energy savings over comparable buildings and it was built using materials that are environmentally friendly, sustainably produced, and/or locally sourced.
Permanent, outdoor dining tables invite students, teachers and staff to enjoy meals outside during good weather.
A large patio ensures an unobstructed view of the Colorado flatirons and Front Range mountains.
Click here to see details about the Dining Hall's innovative design from archdaily.com.
The 500-seat, ADA-compliant Anschutz Family Theatre is the cornerstone of Kent Denver's Student Center for the Arts.
In addition to serving as the venue for plays, musicals and on-campus concerts, the Theatre is home to the Kent Denver Technology Club, a student group who design and build sets and manage lights and sound for campus special events.
The Student Center for the Arts also houses a green room, dressing room; experimental theatre; fully-equipped, professional recording studio; guitar studio; Choral Salon and classrooms.
A nearby outdoor amphitheater offers additional space for classes, performances and quiet reflection.
On warm days, and occasionally when snow covers the ground, students and teachers flock to this outdoor learning space, one of many on Kent Denver's 200-acre campus.
The 16,500-square-foot Yates Pavilion is home to Kent Denver's volleyball, boys' basketball and girls' basketball teams and the venue for major, all-school events such as Ethics Day.
The facility has a competition court, two full-sized practice courts, locker rooms, a lobby and a full-service concessions area.