The Colorado Association of Private Schools (CAPS) seeks to be the voice of K–12 private education in Colorado. Its primary mission is to preserve the independence of Colorado’s private schools and to uphold parental choice in education.
The Association is made up of private schools operating in the state of Colorado. Membership is voluntary and CAPS does not govern or control its member schools. School Associations may also become members of CAPS.
The Colorado Association of Private Schools had its beginning over several meetings with private school leaders from across the state of Colorado. Currently in the formation stages, CAPS is encouraging schools and associations to become members.
CAPS will seek to become an affiliate of the Council for American Private Education (CAPE). As an affiliate of the CAPE, CAPS will support the development of close, professional relationships and will foster open communication and trust among various public and private educational institutions, including the Colorado Department of Education and the US Department of Education.
CAPS membership is open to all private
K–12 schools in the State of Colorado and any private school association that operates schools in the State of Colorado.
School fees are based on student enrollment:
Associations pay a flat fee of $500.