Vision for Learning

Areas of Focus


The mission of Alpine School District is “Educating all students to inspire learning and to protect our freedoms.”



Values—deep-seated beliefs and ideals—ultimately form the basis
of behavior and decision-making. Because we believe that education
is a public imperative, a moral endeavor, and a shared responsibility for
all members of society, we embrace the following five commitments:

  • Equitable Access to Academic Knowledge and Achievement. We provide access to a challenging curriculum and support
    achieving high levels of learning for each student.
  • Engaged Learning Through Nurturing Instruction. We promote student learning through caring relationships, effective teaching
    practices, and positive classroom environments.
  • Stewardship in School and Community. We partner with families and communities to improve public education, teacher
    quality, and student achievement.
  • Civic Preparation and Engagement. We model and teach the knowledge, skills, and respect required for civic engagement and
    responsibility, consistent with the principles and values on which
    our country was founded.
  • Commitment to Renewal. We continuously improve through personal, school, and professional development.


We persistently strive for high performance as a professional learning community, exemplifying the following characteristics:

  • Shared Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals
  • Collaborative Culture Focused on Learning
  • Collective Inquiry into Best Practice
  • Action Orientation: Learning by Doing
  • Commitment to Continuous Improvement
  • Results Orientation

Four essential questions drive our collaborative efforts to ensure all students learn at high levels:

  1. What do we expect students to learn?
  2. How will we know what students have learned?
  3. How will we respond to students who haven’t learned?
  4. How will we respond to students who already know?


Goals amount to specific actions aligned with the mission, vision, and values. Each of our schools and departments set annual improvement goals guided by seven Areas of Focus, articulated by the Board of Education



Please check school websites for school based resources, such as bell schedules and school meals. Employees should visit the Alpine Employe Gateway for employee specific resources. 

Registration is postponed until further notice.

Steps to Register


View the Clear Creek Camp Schedule in the “Registration FAQs” document. We recommend selecting a few dates in case your first choice sells out.


Once registration is open, click “Eventbrite Registration” and select the date of your choice.


Fill in all requested student registration information and pay the required registration fee.


Complete Student Information & Health Form.