Residential (Dorm) Program

Looking east on the campus. Picture shows West and Ritter Halls with green grass and big trees

CSDB’s Residential Program strives to provide a safe and homelike environment for our students (Kindergarten to post-secondary). Dorm staff provide 24-hour supervision in the dorms where the student’s welfare is the main priority. The role of dorm staff is to teach, support, encourage, comfort, set expectations, listen and communicate with the students and their parents. Communication with dorm staff and parents is essential and staff regularly communicate with parents keeping parents informed and involved. Student Life Residential Program’s goal is to work with students and their families to provide a safe, educational, enjoyable and nurturing environment that sets our students up for success inside and outside of the classroom.

Student Life offers five components of living (dorm) arrangements; Family Living, Traditional Living, Student Resident Assistant (SRA), and Bridges to Life (BtL).

Student Life – Residential Transportation

CSDB provides a charter bus to/from Denver/Colorado Springs for families that live in the Denver area and to connect with other school districts for the students that live farther away. Please contact the Student Life Department with questions regarding residential transportation.

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