Non Resident Applications


The Cherry Creek School District accepts students from other school districts who apply and are accepted to schools within this district on a space and staff available basis.  

Applications for New and Renewing students are available from April 1st until August 1st each year.  Continuing student applications are availabl​e throughout the school year. 

Continuing Non-Resident applications are for students who have ​started the school year and move outside the district boundaries during the school year.

Renewal Non-Resident applications are for students who are attending a school and wish to return to that same school for the next school year.

New Non-Resident applications are for students who have not yet attended a specific school and wish to request that school for the next school year. 

Be sure to select the correct application type at the top of the form. Your selection will automatically fill in the school year.   

 The following schools have space available to accept new

non-resident student applications in the grades listed 

for the 2018-19 School Year:

(Current resident students who have moved out of

District, returning non-resident students, and

children of regular employees of CCSD may still

apply to schools not listed below.)


Elementary Schools

KindergartenArrowhead, Dry ​Creek, Homestead, Greenwood, 
​Meadow Point,​ Sunrise, Walnut Hills, Willow Creek
1st GradeCanyon Creek, Dry Creek, ​Meadow Point, Summit, ​Willow Creek
2nd GradeCanyon Creek, ​Dry Creek, Homestead, Meadow Point, Trails West, ​Willow Creek
3rd GradeDry Creek, Homestead, Meadow Point, Sunrise, Walnut Hills, Willow Creek
4th GradeDry Creek, Meadow Point,   ​​Walnut Hills
5th GradeDry Creek, Homestead, Meadow Point, Summit, Walnut Hills


Middle Schools

6th -8th gradesNo Space Available


High Schools

All High School Requests for NEW students to CCSD -

Transcript, Attendance & Discipline records also must

be sent directly FROM THE CURRENT SCHOOL.

Overland HS Fax #: 720-747-3792​

Smoky Hill HS Fax #: 720-886-5758

9th GradeOverland, Smoky Hill
10th GradeOverland, Smoky Hill​



Applications for New and Renewing students for the 2018-2019 School Year ​will be available from April 1st until August 1st. Be sure to select the correct application type to have the correct school year indicated on your form. 

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