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Our Middle School students are encouraged to discover and pursue their passions and interests in an engaging and nurturing environment in preparation for high school.

The curriculum is challenging and thought-provoking and our teachers set high expectations. When given the opportunity to meet those standards, our students consistently rise to the occasion.


Katie Becker
Director of Middle School
(303) 346-3500
Katie.Becker@aspenacademy.org

Middle School News

Shark Tank Finalists
Shark Tank Finalists

Since January, the 8th graders have developed a business idea, written business plans, created and sold products and pitched their ideas to a group of judges. After months of preparation they entered the Aspen Academy Shark Tank as their Capstone project. Here, they presented their business ideas and competed for first place to win seed money for their venture.

1st place: Emily R. (RudSpice)

2nd place: Holly S. (Beads for Dad)

3rd place: Parker D. (Tuber)

Brady M. (The Basketball Mustache) and Grace Y. (Ballet Barre) also made it to the finals

From Business Plan to Reality
From Business Plan to Reality

8th grader Emily R. created a business plan for a line of spice blends in her Leadership Class that has now become a reality. Rudspice is now being sold at Savory Spice! Read full article on Westword

5th Grade Civil War Battle
5th Grade Civil War Battle

General Claire M. takes on General August H. in the 3rd Annual Aspen Academy 5th grade Civil War battle!

Middle School and the Stock Market
Middle School and the Stock Market

Tuesday, March 15th
Aspen parent, Peter Lengsfeld, talked to our 5th and 6th grade students about the stock market as they get ready to begin their six-week stock market experience. Click here to read more.

8th Grade Trigonometry
8th Grade Trigonometry

Tuesday, March 15th
Our eighth grade students used instruments similar to those used by ancient astronomers and travelers to measure heights of objects. Click here to read more.

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