About Pueblo School District 60
Pueblo School District 60's central mission is "to provide a high-quality education that assures each student the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to lead a life of purpose and impact." Serving more than 16,000 students from the close-knit, historic community of Pueblo, which currently includes over 110,000 residents. D60's 16,000 students are served by 30 schools: 17 elementary schools, four middle schools, four high schools, an alternative/online high school, two International Baccalaureate magnet schools, and two charter schools.
Pueblo School District 60 is diverse – D60's student body comprises 75% minority students and 80% that qualify for free or reduced lunch programs – and is dedicated to providing an education that not only endows students with the tools to succeed but educates "the whole child" by fostering strong character-development traits in all students. Our vision in District 60 to become a high-performing school district inspires community confidence.
In District 60, we believe that:
- The success of every student is our most important commitment.
- Collaboration and engagement with our community, parents, staff, and students are essential to our success.
- We must act with integrity, celebrate diversity, and promote equity.
- Each individual must be treated with dignity and respect.
- The social and emotional well-being of our students is as important as their academic needs.
- It is our responsibility to provide a safe, positive, and supportive environment for our students and staff.
- Our community heritage, traditions, and history should inform our response to future student and district needs.
Pueblo School District 60
315 W. 11th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
District office hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday.