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Continued Learnings from the 43rd Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program
Jessie Skipwith

Participating in this virtual event was more than just an educational experience for me; it was a call to action. It reinforced my commitment to fostering cultural competency and creating inclusive, loving, and safe spaces for children in schools. As an educator and caregiver, I feel an ongoing personal responsibility for shaping the next generation through empathy, awareness and understanding. The stories of Holocaust survivors like Manny Lindenbaum serve as powerful lessons that guide me in my mission to build a more compassionate world.

Aspen Academy mentor and mentee
  • Entrepreneurship
Tracey Felicidade Jones, Aspen Academy Parent, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Trace Brand Building & Brand Spanking Marketing

I am a true believer that entrepreneurs have the power to change the world through the actions, products and services they create. Being a mentor creates a relationship with these future leaders that has benefits for the mentee and mentor.

boy paddleboarding on river
  • Academics
Jennifer Gravlee, Lauren Platt, and Ben Sothmann

We want to stress the importance of summer fun, play, and family time together. We also know that families are looking for ways to maintain skills or practice new learning. Check out more in this summer learning packet!

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  • Academics
  • Admissions
  • Child Development
  • The Aspen Difference
Aspen Academy Contributors

Considering making the switch to a top Denver private middle school, like Aspen Academy, for your child? The decision to provide them with a quality education at one of the best private schools in Denver can shape their future academic success and personal growth. Learn more in this blog. 

Announcing the Winners of the Noetic Learning Math Contest
  • Academics
  • Child Development
  • Leadership
Katie Hamel

As one of the top Private Schools in the Denver area, we are always looking for ways our students can apply what they know and learn in school to real-life problems and situations. The Noetic Learning Math Contest is a semiannual problem-solving contest for elementary and middle school students aimed at promoting their problem-solving skills and math interest.

Mother's Day, Aspen Academy, Entrepreneurs, Local Business
  • Entrepreneurship
Aspen Academy Contributors

Looking for one-of-a-kind options to celebrate the special women in your life for Mother's Day? Here are great places to shop that support members of our community!

Jewish-American-Heritage-Month
Jessie Skipwith

This month holds particular significance as it coincides with the federal proclamation of Jewish American Heritage Month, a recognition of the enduring contributions and rich cultural heritage of Jewish Americans throughout history. This is a time where we are able to honor the resilience, creativity, and remarkable achievements of a community that has played an integral role in shaping the fabric of our nation.

DEI, Diversity,
Jessie Skipwith

May marks Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Month in the United States, a time dedicated to honoring the rich heritage, contributions, and diverse cultures of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Originally established as a federal recognition, this month serves as an opportunity for reflection, celebration, and advocacy for AAPI communities.

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  • Leadership
Aspen Academy Contributors

Despite the cold temps and rain, some of our middle school students from Student Civic Organization (SCO) and PK gathered with officials from Greenwood Village in honor of a tree planting in Curtis Park on Arbor Day, Friday, April 19. The tree was planted in honor of Former Council Member, Denise Rose. Big thanks to the City of Greenwood Village for the opportunity to participate in this event!