Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

Education

Per-credit-hour costs for the 300- and 400-level baccalaureate classes stayed the same as last year. They are $99 for in-district students, $205 for students living outside the district but within the college’s service area (Grand, Jackson and Chaffee counties), $212 for in-state/out-of-district students and $429 for out-of-state students. For 100- and 200-level classes, tuition per credit hour is $57 for in district, $103 for in service area, $107 for in state, and $373 for out of state. Tuition for upper-level nursing and teacher education students is slightly higher. Info: www.coloradomtn.edu.

Steamboat Springs School District

The Steamboat Springs School District offers curriculum and academic programs designed to give students the skills they need to compete in college or the workplace. Our mission is to make sure that all students are learning in a safe environment and prepared to succeed in an ever-changing world and that our students have, and can apply, essential academic skills and knowledge in the various content areas.

There are 2 public elementary schools (K-5): Soda Creek Elementary, located in town and Strawberry Park Elementary, located at the Middle School Campus. There are approximately 500 students/school. There is a Montessori program available at Strawberry Park Elementary for students in grades 1-3.

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