(Sustainable Agriculture and Green Energies)
Introduction to Agriscience [Introduction to Agricultural Science] is
an introductory, year-long course that provides students with the
fundamental knowledge they need to succeed within the agricultural
industry. Students are introduced to all seven of the primary
agricultural pathways: Animal Systems, Plant Systems, Food Products
& Processing Systems, Natural Resource Systems, Environmental
Systems, and Agricultural Business Systems, in addition to the National
FFA Organization (formerly known as the Future Farmers of America). By
exploring each of the agricultural pathways, every student is given the
opportunity to make informed choices about how they would like to
specialize their agricultural education. Students can expect to work
collaboratively with their classmates in a hands on setting to explore
This program is now available for all Englewood students! If interested please contact :
The digital audio production program offers students an opportunity to participate in the use of state-of-the-art digital audio workstations where they digitally manipulate sound waveforms for music and/or video production focused on student-honed creativity. This class is currently offered as a 2-hour block with the future potential of receiving college credit.
The purpose of the Englewood School District's STEM program is to foster an environment to support student acquisition and practice of the Colorado Department of Education's 21st century skills which are comprised of critical thinking and reasoning; information literacy; collaboration; self-direction and invention. The program will actively engage students in practicing specific 21st century skills, readiness and competencies for the content areas of Science, Math, Reading, Writing and communication; Social studies; and Visual Arts.
This program will prepare students to become certified in esthetics, cosmetology and nail technology. The facility offers industry- standard equipment, such as waxing and facial machines so students can familiarize themselves with how the equipment works in a learning setting. Students in the program learn business management skills as well as all the latest industry techniques so when they graduate they are prepared for all aspects of the industry. Cosmetology is a stable career with predicted growth. The public is able to access service provided by the students such as haircuts, nail treatments, waxing, microdermabrasion. Students interested in learning more or enrolling in the academy can contact Michelle Hickey at 303-806-2524 X1627. YourHub Article on CFCA
Big Brother Big Sister Program
Trick or Treat Street at Charles Hay World School!
Finest Students donated candy to Charles Hay for their Trick or Treat
Street yearly Halloween Event. Our Big Brother Big Sister Program made
CFHSC Fine Arts Program
We have an outstanding Fine Arts Program that has won numerous awards including The Capitol Hill People's Fair Mural Project, The Sidewalk Art Festival Award, The First Congressional Art Competition Award along with numerous pieces featured in the Englewood Art Calendar Contest. At C.F.H.S.C, you can become proficient in all genre of art, and students work with a wide variety of mediums including: painting (acrylics,oil and water color), clay sculpture, paper mache'
and life drawing.
Kim Young continues to create new classes to keep students engaged and improving their skill levels. The art department collaborates with social studies and language arts teachers to offer multicultural classes. Kim has compiled a curriculum including some of the following: Portraiture, Contemporary
Art, Writing and Illustrating Children's Books, Psychedelic Art,
Chessboard Design, Darwin's Studio, Abstract Art and Urban Art. The art department
collaborates with social studies and language arts teachers to offer such multi-cultural
classes as: the Art of Asia, Day of the Dead, African Art, Art of
Central America, Art of Mexico and Haitian Voodoo Art.
Every June, a team of C.F.H.S.C. artists compete in a mural painting contest at the Capitol Hill
People's Fair: students plan, design and paint the mural at the festival,
competing against other Denver-area youth organizations. Colorado's Finest students have won
awards in such contests as The Sidewalk Art Festival, The People's Fair Mural Competition and the First
Congressional Art Competition.
has a vibrant art scene, and our students are exposed to this through field trips to
experience the rich cultural offerings of our city. Some student
favorites include performances by the Colorado Ballet, plays and art
Summer Program Dia De Los Muertos!
This class provided through a 21st Century Grant, included engagement/involvement with families helping to
create art, and learn about cultures along-side their students.
S.O.S. Outreach 2015-2016
SOS Outreach participants are encouraged to transform themselves and others for the better using six core values of courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion, and humility. Colorado's Finest has been involved with this outreach program for four years running.
participants are encouraged to transform themselves and others for the
better using our six core values of courage, discipline, integrity,
wisdom, compassion, and humility. - See more at:
- New Graduation Requirements are coming: Per
state statute, the Englewood Board of Education will be adopting new
graduation requirements. Beginning with the graduating class of 2021,
students will need to demonstrate proficiency in English and math as
well as earn 23 credits in specific academic content areas. The new
requirements will go into effect next school year with the 2017-18