Daystar Academic Information
DAYSTAR Christian School in Pueblo accepts children grades 1 through 8. Daystar Christian School maintains a low teacher to student ratio.
We offer broadcasting on 105.9, art, music, Spanish, and computer-based learning with programs such as Reading Plus, Typing Agent, and WPP online. We also offer Project Based Learning (PBL), "Project-based learning is a dynamic classroom approach in which students actively explore real-world problems and challenges and acquire a deeper knowledge," states Edutopia.
Daystar school is certified by the National Council for Private School Accreditation and its students are consistently ranked in the top 25% on nationalized student testing using the Iowa Test of Basic Skills. Also known as ITBS, the Iowa Test of Basic Skills are standardized tests provided to schools by the College of Education of the University of Iowa.
We employ teachers with the highest levels of integrity to be part of our campus. Their expertise and passion for education creates a winning environment where students receive clear instructions, personal feedback, and one-on-one interaction specific to their needs.
Our teachers strive to create Christ-centered environments in their classrooms allowing students to grow together in a safe, spiritual, social, and academic
setting, using personalized attention, and experiential and hands-on learning. Our school prepares students for a life of academic excellence, community service, and an individual commitment to God.
To the best of our knowledge, since 2000, 100% of Daystar students have completed high school. Most
of our students go on to a college or university such as the Colorado School of Mines, the University of Colorado, or the United States Military Academy.