John Borman

last updated 2/3/2018

John R. Borman

Assistant Professor at Colorado Christian University

8787 W. Alameda Ave., Denver, Colorado, United States
HQ Phone:
(303) 963-3000

General Information


Academy, District 38 Superintendent - Monument

Superintendent - Lewis-Palmer High School

Principal - Northridge High School


Founder - Safety and Security Advisory Council

Recent News  

Vol. 11 No. 1 - January 8, 2011

In the back row, left to right, are Interim Superintendent John Borman, Gary Gabel, Lois Skaggs, Aileen Finnegan, Peggy Parsley, and Chuck Stovall.
Below: Participating in the Poland exchange program are, left to right, Lewis-Palmer High School teacher Karen Kennedy, John Coats, Kourtney Guetlein, Josef LeBeau, Haley Midzor, Shane Mobley, and Lewis-Palmer Principal John Borman. Below: Following presentation of awards from the Lewis-Palmer Education Foundation, (L to R) Foundation Vice President Tonya Bjurstrom, Lewis-Palmer High School Principal John Borman, Palmer Ridge High School Principal Gary Gabel, Foundation Secretary/Treasurer Dodi Ferrante, Palmer Ridge High School teacher Amy Gammell, and Lewis-Palmer Middle School Principal Caryn Collette.

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Vol. 11 No. 8 - August 6, 2011

Seated at the front (L to R): Ben DeGrow, a senior policy analyst for the Education Policy Center and representative of the Independence Institute; Kayla McGannon, Colorado advocacy director for Stand for Children; State Senator Keith King; Randy DeHoff, director of Strategic Growth for GOAL Academy; Mark Hyatt, executive director of the Colorado Charter School Institute; John Borman, superintendent of the Lewis Palmer School District; and State Senator Mark Scheffel.
John Borman, superintendent of the Lewis Palmer School District, spoke of neighborhood schools and traditional education. He said that it is the moral and ethical duty of the public school system to accept all students and support them through graduation. The system welcomes all individuals, regardless of need or ability. Borman said that choice in education is a healthy development; available within the system in terms of Monument Academy, magnet schools, cooperation with the community college system, and specialized course offerings. Borman spoke of his background as a principal in Greeley, with a diverse population and a large number of at-risk students. Through his efforts many students there became the first in their families to graduate from high school. Borman said Lewis Palmer district parents are well-educated and wish to be involved in the district. Eighty-five percent of D-38s graduates attend college and the graduation rate is 94 percent. Test scores and participation in Advanced Placement programs place D-38 students at the top of the state in achievement. Borman added that he views the district as an ongoing work in progress, with continued efforts to pinpoint how the curriculum can be improved and to assist those who need extra help. He believes that the feeling of belonging to a school and a district is important, as are the relationships between students and teachers.

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