Upcoming Events and Important Updates

PG_WebJoin us for The Pajama Game

Thursday, February 11th – Doors Open 5:00

Show begins at 6:00pm ~ $5 per person

Friday, February 12th – Doors Open 5:00

Show begins at 6:00pm ~ $5 per person

Friday evening is also our annual Empty Bowls event!

Please plan to join us for a bowl of delicious soup and attend the show afterward.

Games and activities will be available for our younger students both evenings.



Parent Communication from the KCAA Administration

The Collaborative School Committee will be meeting this Monday, February 1st at 4:00pm. If you are interested in learning more about the CSC and what it does to support our school please access the minutes from this meeting by clicking on CSC Meeting Minutes 15/16.

Information for Parents Regarding Spring Assessments and KCAA School Performance

For details on our school assessment calendar and assessment performance please click here.

Interested in Attending KCAA?

Prospective students who are interested in attending KCAA for the 2016-17 school year are invited to complete the admissions process.  At this time we have completed our enrollment day, however, you can still submit all other forms to be considered for a spot at KCAA. Please note, all forms must be completed and turned in on or before January 29th at 4:00pm. Kindergarten, 6th Grade and 9th Grade are the primary entry points for our K-12 Arts Integrated Program. KCAA will have limited spaces available for all other grade levels for the 2016-17 school year.

For specific details regarding the admissions process and the forms needed to complete the enrollment process please visit our Admissions Tab or contact our enrollment secretary, Abi Donate-Peralta at 720-424-0259.


Welcome to KCAA!

Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy is a K-12 arts integrated public school serving students in southwest Denver. KCAA prepares students for careers in the creative industries while providing a rigorous college preparatory education.

Students at KCAA have the opportunity to explore dance, drama, music, visual and digital arts in grades K-8 and choose a focused discipline in the design or performing arts when they move into high school.

Road to Graduation – Class of 2015