What is Cherry Creek Options?
The Cherry Creek Options Program is a homeschool enrichment program designed to support parents who choose to school their children at home. PARENTS REMAIN THE PRIMARY INSTRUCTIONAL PROVIDER, with the school supplementing their efforts.
Home educators (usually a parent) are responsible for teaching their children for a minimum of 4 hours per day for 4 days a week.
Our students attend one of our six sites one day a week, where they attend classes taught by certified teachers.
We offer free curriculum check-out to our families to supplement the classes that they teach at home. We also have consumables (workbooks, etc.) available for purchase.
If you would like more information on the Options Program or want to know how to apply for our program, please call the Options Main Office at 720-554-5700.
The Options Main Office is located at:
16400 East Smoky Hill Road
Aurora, CO 80015
The main office is located inside the Central Smoky Hill Transportation Central fenced area next to Smoky Hill High School.
EXCITING CHANGES ARE COMING TO THE CHERRY CREEK OPTIONS PROGRAM! We will be moving our Orchard Road sites into a new building in the Fall of 2018!
As we move from the ORCC site to a permanent home for the Cherry Creek Options program, we would like to engage students, parents and staff in the design process. With the support provided by the Board of Education in purchasing and renovating this large site, there exists an opportunity to review, enhance expand and create programming and physical spaces that better meet the needs of students now and into the future.
Our communities survey responses will help guide our thinking as we begin this process. Through the next few months we will analyze responses, engage groups of parents, students and staff and provide updates on our work.
Thank you for your support and we look forward to a great future for all of our students!
More information on this new project is presented here:
Cherry Creek Options Future Planning Presentation.pdf
Video presentation of the Fremont building: