Welcome to Morgridge Academy. We are glad you are here.
In May 2013, our school was renamed the Morgridge Academy to recognize the long-time support and commitment of John and Carrie Morgridge and the Morgridge Family Foundation. “Our gifts combine two causes we feel passionate about – education and National Jewish Health,” said Carrie Morgridge, Vice President of the Foundation. Read more.
Morgridge Academy is a free, Colorado Department of Education approved facility school which serves children in kindergarten through eighth grade who have been diagnosed with a chronic illness. Morgridge Academy is the only school of its kind on a medical campus in the country, and its mission is to provide a safe, friendly, and healthy school environment committed to whole-child development. The students who attend Morgridge Academy have diagnoses that include severe asthma and allergies, diabetes, sickle cell anemia, HIV/AIDS, atopic dermatitis (eczema), juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, interstitial lung disease, cystic fibrosis, and muscular disorders. With a dedicated team of teachers, nurses, a child advocate, school counselor, P.E. teacher, and Fine Arts teacher, the students receive a quality education all while learning to manage their illness.
We are committed to building a community that offers the highest level of care and individual instruction for students.
Explore Our School
Parent involvement is a vital aspect of the success of your student's growth at Morgridge Academy. To discover more about Morgridge Academy, start here:
Why a Hospital School?
1400 Jackson St.
Denver, CO 80206
303.398.1103 (main office)
News & Events
The halls at Morgridge Academy are buzzing with excitement about all that is happening here!
Our Spring Program was another success! Job well done, kids! Check out the video HERE.
September 1: No School
September 11: Parent Night (5-7pm)
September 24-26: Cal-Wood Outdoor Education for 5th through 8th Graders
September Breakfast Menu
September Lunch Menu
Parents & Students
We are extremely committed to making sure parents are up to date with what is going on at school. To view school information for your student, log in to our Parents' Web here.
If you have questions or problems logging in, call the school counselor at (303)398-1021.