Phone: 720-554-3300
Fax: 720-554-3388
Attendance: 720-554-3395

7686 E Hinsdale Av
Centennial, CO 80112
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​General Registration:

​​Dry Creek is currently accepting in-district open enrollment applications.  Non-resident (out of district) applications will be accepted beginning April 1st.  We currently have limited openings in all grade levels.  

Apply today or call the main office to schedule a tour!!

Dry Creek began as a neighborhood school, serving our surrounding subdivisions, but as our area has matured, we have had room for students from outside that boundary. Our school's high performance and location close to DTC and I-25 have made it a great opportunity for many students.


If you are not sure whether you fall within Dry Creek's boundaries, you can check the school loc​ator on the district's Admissions webpage​.


If you are within Cherry Creek Schools' boundaries, but not within Dry Creek's, you may use the School of Choice or IntraDistrict Transfer process. Families may apply for School of Choice for the next school year from January 1 through January 31. Families may request an IntraDistrict transfer at any time. The application process is online only through the Cherry Creek School District website.


If you reside outside Cherry Creek Schools' boundaries, you may complete a Non-Resident Application for your student. Non-resident students are accepted on a space-available basis according to district policies. Transportation is the responsibility of the student's family. Applications are available after April 1st and must be submitted by August 1st each year. Approval of non-residents is for one year and must be renewed annually.


Link to District Admissions website


Kindergarten Registration:

Registration begins in February for the 2019-2020 school year.  Please click here for more information.


Kindergarten Enrichment Program (KEP) Registration:

Registration is on April 2nd at 7:00 am for the 2019-2020​ school year.  KEP will enroll students on a first come, first served basis.  All students enrolling must be registered at the District Admissions office unless they are a sibling of a current non-resident Dry Creek student. Please bring your proof of registration from the Admissions office.


Preschool/Dry Creek Early Learning Center Registration:

The Dry Creek Early Learning Center enrolls students on a first come,​ first served basis. Information packets will be available at Dry Creek's main office beginning January 5 or call our Director, Amber Warren, at 720-554-3321 or email Amber Warren.​ The attendance line for preschool is 720-554-3343.

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