Grand Peak Academy is committed to remaining a trustworthy recipient of taxpayer investment and we know that financial transparency is paramount. The business manager ensures that multiple sources of the school’s financial information are publicly accessible. The links below take you to the pages that contain the relevant information.
Grand Peak Academy (New School Name & Location, Inaugural Year 2019-2020)
- GPA FY22 Initial Budget
- GPA FY21 Amended Budget
- GPA FY21 Initial Budget
- GPA FY20 Amended Budget
- GPA FY20 Initial Budget
Imagine Classical Academy (School Name until June 30, 2019)
- ICA FY19 Amended Budget
- ICA FY19 Initial Budget
- ICA FY18 Final Amended Budget
- ICA FY18 Approved Amended Budget
- ICA FY18 Approved Initial Budget
Grand Peak Academy
Imagine Classical Academy (2008-2019)
- 2019 Imagine IR Financials
- 2018 Imagine IR Financials
- 2017 Imagine IR Financials
- GPA Quarterly Report-Q4 FY20
- GPA Quarterly Report-Q3 FY20
- GPA Quarterly Report-Q2 FY20
- GPA Quarterly Report-Q1 FY20
- ICA Quarterly Report-Q4 FY19
- ICA Quarterly Report-Q3 FY19
- ICA Quarterly Report-Q2 FY19
- ICA Quarterly Report-Q1 FY19
Salary Schedule/Policy: Is as follows from the Grand Peak Academy Board Policy Manual
Board Policy 4.14 – Administrative, Professional, and Technical Staff Salary Schedule: Grand Peak Academy shall negotiate administrative, professional and technical staff salaries on an individual basis, based on the GAP Administration’s discretion.
Grand Peak Academy provides this school site financial data for the Colorado Department of Education, which in turn compiles a financial data dashboard for comparing school sites across the state. Each school in District 49 is required to provide revenue and expenditure data for statewide reports. The reporting file’s content, format (Microsoft Excel) and naming convention (district code and fiscal year, followed by “website_view”) are coded for statewide use. If you have any questions about this data, or want to request it in another file format, contact the GPA business manager at 719.495.7360.
Public schools receive funding from a variety of sources in Colorado. However, most revenues to the state’s 178 school districts are provided through the Public School Finance Act of 1994 (as amended). Moneys provided via the Public School Finance Act are available to each school district to fund the costs of providing public education. Find more information at the Colorado Department of Education School Finance Division. For more information about Imagine Classical Academy Indigo Ranch finances, download and view our financial reports and documentation.
Valerie O’Brien, Business Manager
Grand Peak Academy
7036 Cowpoke Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80924
Disclaimer: Please consider the context when evaluating financial transactions. Some transactions may appear improper on the surface but are perfectly normal and justifiable when placed in the proper context. We welcome your questions regarding our financial transactions or records. For more information about District 49’s financial information, please visit the district’s financial transparency pages.
District 49 Local Tax Revenue Information
Local funding to support the educational and operational efforts of District 49 is raised through taxes levied on property owners in District 49.
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