For Families

Our Programs

Scholars Unlimited provides an engaging learning environment with fun, stimulating and hands-on activities for scholars after school and over the summer. Our no cost out-of-school programs expand beyond academic support to promote positive youth development. Our scholars are encouraged to use their voices and agency to make choices as they explore new interests and discover new passions.

The Numbers

HOURS

of dynamic programming provided supporting our schools over the summer at no cost to their families.

HOURS

of dynamic programming provided supporting our scholars after school at no cost to their families over the course of 30 weeks.

RATIO

of dedicated staff to scholars. This small group dynamic allows our dedicated, licensed staff to be aware of and meet students’ individual needs.

SCHOLARS

1000 PLUS students–served annually

Schools Partner Map

Scholars Unlimited locations span the Denver Metro area, and we are expanding all the time! Click the pins to see location information.

Click pins for location information
Harris Park Elementary Mesa Elementary Ashley Elementary College View Elementary Florida Pitt-Waller ECE-8 University Prep - Steele Street Park Lane Elementary University Prep - Arapahoe Street Alice Terry Elementary School

Harris Park Elementary

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4300 W 75th Ave
Westminster, CO 80030
Westminster Public Schools

Mesa Elementary

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9100 Lowell Blvd.
Westminster, CO 80031
Westminster Public Schools 

Ashley Elementary

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1914 Syracuse St
Denver, CO 80220
Denver Public Schools

College View Elementary

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2675 S Decatur St.
Denver, CO 80219
Denver Public Schools

Florida Pitt-Waller ECE-8

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21601 E 51st Pl.
Denver, CO 80249
Denver Public Schools

University Prep - Steele Street

13001 E 30th Ave.
Aurora, CO 80011
Aurora Public Schools

Park Lane Elementary

13001 E 30th Ave,

Aurora, CO 80011

Aurora District

University Prep - Arapahoe Street

2409 Arapahoe St.

Denver, CO 80205

Denver District 

Alice Terry Elementary School

4485 S Irving St.

Englewood, CO 80110

Sheridan District

Resources for Families

Reading Rockets

Information on a variety or reading topics: Guidelines for helping struggling readers, book lists, activities related to books, and much more.

Parent Further

An online resource to help families strengthen relationships through shared activities. Committed to helping parents raise caring, responsible and successful kids.

Reading is Fundamental

Tips and tools section includes info on motivating your child to read, choosing books of interest to your reader, and effective read-aloud practices.

Mile High United Way 211

Dial 2-1-1, or search the online database for resources to assist with food, housing, clothing, transportation, medical and dental care, home repairs and more. Also provides referrals to youth development programs, services for people with disabilities, legal aid … and the list goes on.

Child and Family Services, Mental Health Center of Denver

MHCD provides a full range of community-based mental health services, offering effective, flexible and individualized solutions that support the needs of growing children and their families.

Hunger Free Colorado

Everyone is at their best when they have enough to eat: Nutritious food helps babies’ brains develop optimally, gives kids the energy to excel in and out of school, and keeps families stable and independent. If you need food assistance, call 720-382-2920.

Assistance Programs, Denver Human Services

Assistance for Denver residents in financial need, including food, energy, medical assistance, and more.

4FAMS

A resource to help parents better understand, appreciate, and engage with their child’s school. News, in-depth articles, essays written by parents, and lots of video explainers (including Spanish-language versions). Subscribe to the e-newsletter, too!

“Scholars Unlimited is an incredible program for any student to be a part of. All the staff genuinely care about the students.”  –Sarah, Grandmother of Summer Scholar Olivia

Frequently Asked Questions

If you don’t find the answer you’re looking for below, please contact us and we’ll help you get the information you need.

info@scholarsunlimted.org

Is there a fee for your programs? Do you serve meals?

Our programs are offered at NO COST and include free snacks during the school year and FREE breakfast, Free Lunch, and Free snack during the summer.

How can I get my son or daughter involved?

We enroll throughout the year if space is available. Take your next steps now!

What are your participating schools?

See the interactive map (above) for current schools. Programs are offered throughout the year and during the summer.

Does my child need to be a student at the participating school?

Priority is given to scholars that attend our partner schools. During the summer some of our programs partner with Summer Academy and scholars that are eligible for SA (and siblings) are prioritized as well. If space is available, we will have space to enroll other community members. We do not provide transportation.

What precautions do you have for COVID-19?

We monitor and adhere to current public health guidelines for school aged children. We communicate with students and families at the site to stay informed and aware of changes. In addition, we have trained staff, handwashing, social distancing, and outdoor/open air program space for programs. See our COVID-19 resources below for more information on what to do if you are looking for a COVID-19 test, have symptoms, or want a vaccine. 

What grades do you serve and are you licensed?

We are a licensed childcare provider at each school site. Our programs serve children from Kindergarten through 5th grade during the school year. During the summer offer a full-time rising-kindergarten program at select sites in addition to K-5th grade students.

“I enjoy coming into work everyday and working with such a smart group of kids! Scholars is the perfect opportunity for students to be free; be themselves; and be active.”  –JayJay Hamm, Oakland Elementary Site Director

COVID-19 arrived, but it hasn't stopped us.

This past year, kids were isolated. We know it has been tough on parents and students alike. We see all of your tremendous efforts to keep your students on track and applaud the ways families have navigated the pandemic. Working with your student allows us to walk alongside you and help provide support and the academic boost your student deserves.

Our commitment to learning remains steadfast in the wake of COVID. We recognize that this time has challenged our scholars and the transitions between different styles of learning was not easy.

We honor the agility of our students by meeting them where they are to provide engaging support whether online or in person. Scholars Unlimited unwavering approach connects programs with scholars to provide the academic boost they will need as they continue to navigate learning during and beyond the pandemic.

As we continue to move forward, we are hopeful, and also know that returning back to exactly how things were prior to 2020 is not likely. We recognize that there are many things that may remain ever changing, and that our families and students might benefit from continued community support, resources and information.

Resources
www.denvergov.org/Government/COVID-19-Information
covid19.colorado.gov/testing
covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine/where-you-can-get-vaccinated
www.211colorado.org/covid-19/#vaccination-clinics-and-information
www.cdc.gov