Douglas County High School (Castle Rock, Colorado)

Douglas County High School (Castle Rock, Colorado)

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Douglas County High School (Castle Rock, Colorado)

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This article is on the high school in Colorado; for other Douglas County High Schools, please see Douglas County High School

Douglas County High School is a public high school in Castle Rock, Colorado and it is the oldest school in the Douglas County School District.


Elementary through high school classes were held in the Cantril School building in Castle Rock from 1897 through 1907, when Douglas County High School was built in the 600 block of Wilcox Street in 1907. The brick building burnt down in a 1909 fire and was replaced with a rhyolite building. On May 28, 1937, the building was damaged by a tornado that hit in Castle Rock. It was repaired and saw use as a school through 1983. The building is currently used as administration offices for the school district.

Groundbreaking at the school's current location on Front Street occurred in 1961.


  • 18:1 student-to-staff ratio
  • 4% of students are eligible for free lunch
  • 12.9% of students are ethnic minorities

Extracurricular activities


Douglas County High School teams compete in the 5A class sanctioned by the Colorado High School Activities Association. Teams fielded by the school include baseball, basketball,...
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