Douglas County Choice Scholarship Program — 8 Schools (The program is on hold from an injunction, but may resume)
- Front Range Christian School in Littleton, in its course catalog, says, “the Genesis account of creation is stressed.” They also use the Purposeful Design curriculum.
- Cherry Hill Christian School, in Highlands Ranch, says it teaches in Biology, “students study the structure, function, and relationships among God’s living creations, and are provided a foundation in the Christian worldview of the origin of life. The course begins with an overview of the history of Scientific Investigation and the Scientific Method, covering Creation and leading into the 21st century.” They also study “creation and evolution.”
- Denver Christian Schools (3 schools, 2 in Denver, 1 in Highlands Ranch), say in their statement of faith that they teach “God reveals himself in all aspects of creation; therefore, all aspects of God’s creation are worthy of study. At Denver Christian, students learn to see this magnificent creation through the “lens” of Scripture.
- Evangelical Christian Academy, in Colorado Springs, says in their curriculum guide that in Biology, “students are made aware of creation and the numerous scientific evidences that point to God as creator of the universe and life.” It also teaches in Anatomy & Physiology that “human anatomy and physiology from the perspective of Scripture emphasizing the elegance and efficiency of the human body because we are ‘fearfully and wonderfully’ made.”
- Southeast Christian Academy, in Parker, uses ABeka and Bob Jones.
- The Rock Academy, in Castle Rock, uses ABeka and FACE.