Primary and Secondary Education

If your family is thinking about relocating to Weld County, you will have 12 wonderful school districts that offer high-quality education to their students to send your children to. Whether you are looking for a public, charter or private school, Weld County will have an elementary, middle or high school to fit your education desires. Each community has its own school and in some areas, there may by multiple schools within the community to choose from.

Did you know Weld County has their own scholarship program set up by the Weld County Board of Commissioners? On September 1, 2015, the commissioners launched the Weld County Bright Futures Grant Program to help students who graduate from a Weld County high school, honorably discharged veterans and GED recipients further their education and ultimately strengthen the Weld County workforce. The grant program is funded by donations from individuals and business who, in turn, can receive a property tax credit towards the Weld County portion of their property taxes as well as other state and federal tax dedications. Click here to learn more about the Weld County Bright Futures Grant Program.

Post-Secondary Education

Located in Greeley, the University of Northern Colorado has been producing outstanding graduates since 1889. Learn more about this institution by visiting their web site at

In 1967, Weld County voters committed to financially supporting Aims Community College and to this day that support has not waned. Learn more about this college by visiting their site at

Education is important in Weld County So important, in fact, the county commissioners started the Bright Futures Grant Program, which provides grants to high school graduates living in Weld County who want to pursue post-secondary education.