Discover Our Campus
Kent Denver's scenic, 200-acre campus supports more than 200,000 square feet of state-of-the-art academic and athletic facilities. Our wide-open spaces also include a Tiny Farm, two reservoirs, 1,600+ trees, a thriving wetlands and easy access to the High Line Canal Trail.
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 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:
- 65+ classrooms, including 10 science labs with a microscopy lab and physics design/build shop
- Duncan and Centennial Centers: 21st-century learning hubs with ample space for student collaboration
- Two Impact Studios—dedicated innovation spaces equipped with a tech CNC machine, 3-D printers, digital laser cutters, Virtual Reality equipment and numerous digital and analog tools to design and build almost anything!
- Three performing arts theaters with a state-of-the-art technical theater workshop
- Guitar lab and fully-equipped, professional recording studio
- Inspiring Visual Arts Center with studios for ceramics, metals, photography, drawing/painting and digital art
- Two outdoor amphitheaters
- Two reservoirs and a boat house with canoes and outdoor classroom
- Three gymnasiums and nine outdoor playing fields, including two all-season turf fields
- Seven competition-ready, post-tension concrete tennis courts
- Four LEED-certified buildings, including the Schaden Dining Hall (Platinum), Yates Pavilion (Gold), Middle School (Platinum) and Welcome Center/Upper School North (Platinum, pending).
- 300+ on-campus solar panels generating more than 450 KWH. Augmented by 100KWH of off-site generation, solar sources provide 50% of campus electricity use.
Since 2018, our campus has undergone an exciting transformation with more than 100,000 square feet of new and renovated learning spaces. These cutting-edge spaces are designed to foster the best possible learning environment and to encourage innovation by teachers and students alike.
Welcome Center takes shape (July 16, 2018)