Pueblo, CO Schools and Schools Ratings
While perhaps not raised and educated in Pueblo, CO, more than 85.3% of residents have earned high school diplomas or higher, with 19.5% having graduated with a college degree or higher.
Students are finding it easier to get involved in the arts
Higher education programs provide effective, relevant job training
Pueblo’s two public school districts score high marks for choice and academic excellence
Schools positively impact economy, quality of life
Area enjoys two public school districts, three colleges and two private academies
Including Pueblo Community College, Colorado State University-Pueblo, and more.
It’s no secret that schools and education opportunities are big motivating factors when choosing a best place to live. This is why we’ve taken the time to provide the most up-to-date statistics on public and private schools in the Pueblo, CO, area. We’ve also included data on the education levels of residents, and how to get in touch with the public and private schools near you.
Educational Levels in Pueblo, CO
|Graduate or Professional Degree||7.2%|
|High School Graduate||29.7%|
|Some College, No Degree||25.2%|
|Percent Bachelor's Degree or Higher||19.5%|
|Percent High School Graduate or Higher||85.3%|
School Enrollment in Pueblo, CO
Private Schools in Pueblo, CO
|Title||Level||Enrollment||Street Address||City||State||Phone Number|
|Trinity Lutheran School||PK-8||149||701 West Evans Avenue||Pueblo||Colorado||(719) 542-1864|
|St John Neumann Catholic School||PK-8||146||2415 East Orman Avenue||Pueblo||Colorado||(719) 561-9419|
|The McClelland School||PK-8||140||415 E Abriendo Ave||Pueblo||Colorado||(719) 543-5271|
|Parkhill Christian Academy||PK-12||85||Po Box 8147||Pueblo||Colorado||(719) 544-6174|
|Pueblo Sda School (Daystar)||1-7||10||3912 Oneal Avenue||Pueblo||Colorado||(719) 561-9120|