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CHSC GES is the newest addition to the CHSC network. GES opened in 2017 and moved into their permanent home in the Globeville, Elyria, Swansea area in 2019. 

GES is proud to announce an increase in SPF growth to YELLOW status on the State SPF. 

Students: 160

Principal: David Brown

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05/28/2021 CHSC GES Graduation

Graduation Ceremony Live Steam

Click the above link to access the live stream of the CHSC GES Graduation to honor the classes of 2020 and 2021. The ceremony begins at 12:00noon on Friday, May 28th 2021.

You can also view via Facebook


Video on Return to In-Person Learning

01/07/2021 Letter from the Principal

As the Principal of Colorado High School Charter GES, I would like to make it known of who we are, what we stand for and what you can expect from us as a student, parent and staff member:


Each day, we are building a foundation that is centered on equity, inclusion, and creating a sense of belonging for all through positive change.  We are working daily to ground ourselves in these beliefs. We are working tirelessly, knowing every day is a new day, and ensuring space for all of our students and staff to work to their full  potential while being supported, academically and socially.  Although we can not directly control what occurs outside of our school community, we can and will be what we expect from our city, state and country. Demonstrating respect towards each other, even when we disagree. Working to find common ground amongst one another regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, identity or any of aspects of our lives that make us different but one human race.  As the leader of this school, I pledge to do all I can to make sure our school is a safe learning environment for each student to learn, and work towards a bright future. I want all of our students to continue to be and become great family members as well as valued members of our society.  There will be days that we do not meet our goals but we will always give our best to get better and respect our surroundings moving forward.  We are a loving community that works towards understanding and supporting all that enroll and work within our school community!


Please feel free to reach out to me or any GES staff member with any questions or comments that you may have moving forward.  




David A. Brown


Colorado High School Charter 

(He, Him, His)

01/07/2021 COVID Update

Free Student COVID Testing with CCC Partnership

DPS is pleased to announce it is expanding its partnership with COVIDCheck Colorado to offer free COVID-19 testing for students to support a safe return to school. All students and staff will now be able to take a baseline COVID-19 test before coming back to school, and then DPS will be able to offer an ongoing COVID-19 student screening test every other week. As shared with charters through an earlier email from Portfolio, this information will be shared with families through this PSA video, via School Messenger. Thanks to the CDPHE partnership, testing for charter students will be free, and charters will not have to pay for staff testing through March (charges will resume after March). 

Baseline testing can be completed at any of COVIDCheck Colorado’s testing sites via this link (students and staff must use their DPS ID). DPS encourages everyone, unless you have tested positive in the last 90 days, to take a baseline test in the new year. The tests are free, fast, and reliable. See an updated list of testing sites here including at the Montbello campus, Abraham Lincoln Campus, North HS Campus, All City Stadium and a new site at George Washington HS. The test will be completed via nasal PCR test or SalivaDirect™, and results will be returned within 36-72 hours.

At any time, your families and students can schedule a test at existing CCC sites. Any charter student or employee should use the district link, while family members can continue to use the community link.

Joint Statement from the Board and Executive Director, Clark Callahan

Like many others following the death of George Floyd, CHSC is angered, disturbed and broken hearted. Our country has waited far too long to recognize and eliminate the racism that has plagued our nation since its founding. As an organization, we are committed to the work of eradicating racism, seeking justices and empowering all people. Now, more than ever, we will dedicate our assets, time and energy to this important work and to the continued education of the many diverse communities we serve. 

Greg Mestas, Cyndi Bush-Luna, Michael McArthur, Nneka McPhee, Nick Bucy, Stella Yu, Phyllis Kadison and Clark Callahan. 

Mensaje de parte de el Director Ejecutivo y Junta Directiva. 

Como muchos otros después de la muerte de George Floyd, CHSC está enojado, perturbado y con el corazón roto. Nuestro país ha esperado demasiado tiempo para reconocer y eliminar el racismo que ha afectado a nuestra nación desde su fundación. Como organización, estamos comprometidos con el trabajo de erradicar el racismo, buscar justicia y empoderar a todas las personas. Ahora, más que nunca, dedicaremos nuestros activos, tiempo y energía a este importante trabajo y a la educación continua de las diversas comunidades a las que servimos.


Greg Mestas, Cyndi Bush-Luna, Michael McArthur, Nneka McPhee, Nick Bucy, Stella Yu, Phyllis Kadison and Clark Callahan. 

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