Aspen Academy Visual Arts instructor, Octavia Betz, students and their art are featured in an Adobe.com article: "Everything You Need to Know about Creativity in the Classroom with Adobe Creative Cloud." Read more here.
Aspen Academy community always has something exciting going on. Be sure to visit this page often for the latest news from students, faculty, staff and alumni!
Three Aspen Academy alumni: Andrew Simon, Ryan Goodspeed, and Connor Schultz (all current sophomores at Regis Jesuit), are featured in this month's Preserving the Good Life magazine for their work promoting a nonprofit that provides clothing and shoes around the world to countries in need. Read the full article on pages 10-11.
The Denver Business Journal published an article by Kristina Scala today, "Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset." Read the article here.
Congratulations to two Aspen Academy Alumni on recognition from the National Merit Scholarship Program. Kyle Cooper is a National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Student AND National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar. Paige Sowitch is a National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Student
Aspen Academy has received recognition from the Colorado Environmental Leadership Program, a voluntary program for businesses interested in creating more sustainable practices and being leaders in the environmental space. Read more at https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/news/elp-awards.
Aspen Academy has taken the classroom outside, and the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) honored their move. The campus, located in Greenwood Village, added eight learning labs and over 40 teaching gardens to inspire deep thinking, connect learning to real life, and encourage students to develop new passions. Read the full article from Colorado Parent here.
Kristina Scala was interviewed by VoyageDenver this week. Read on to learn more about Scala and the roots of Aspen Academy. Read more...
Aspen Academy PreK & Programs Director, Debbie Cordero, is featured in this list of 30 tips from experts on back to school from author Amba Brown's "The Finding Your Path Project". Read more here.
"...kindness comes first. Always." Kristina Scala's latest article in the Denver Business Journal explores the connection between curiosity and kindness. Read more.
Aspen Academy alum, Lauren Good contributed an article on the 8th Grade Shark Tank experience that appears in the August 2019 edition of "Preserving the Good Life." Read the article on page 18 here.
We're proud to have received recognition by CoBiz Magazine again this year as a Top 100 Woman Owned Company.
The Denver Business Journal published this article about key skills needed in the workplace by Kristina Scala. Click here to read more.
Lynda Sailor, Co-Founder and Director of Business & Operations at Aspen Academy was featured in this client profile by EOS. Watch the video here.
Thomas Pelz, an Aspen Academy seventh-grader (2018-2019) from Centennial, took first place in his age group in a statewide competition called the Stock Market Experience. Read the full Q&A with the Centennial Citizen.
"Night and Day." That's the difference achieved through Primacoustic panels that were installed in the auditorium as part of the 2018 renovation. Lynda Sailor shared more in this podcast with Primacoustic.
Aspen Academy's Debbie Cordero and Kate Shaw contributed fantastic tips for parents and care givers seeking Preschool/PreK programs in this article published by Niche.com.
Aspen Academy parent, Angela Fox, invited Aspen Academy to be part of this exciting tv show. Watch the episode here.
Aspen Academy faculty member, Nicole Kruse, contributed an excellent article on Teaching Financial Literacy to NAIS' Summer 2019 edition. Read the article here.
Centsai's recent article on Teaching Entrepreneurship to Kids features a plug for Aspen Academy's Aspen Entrepreneurial Institute. Read the article here.
Aspen Academy moved up from 17th in 2018 to 14th in 2019 on the Denver Business Journal's list of Largest Denver-Area Private Schools, based on the number of students enrolled for the Spring 2019 term. See the full list here. (Denver, CO)
Creating business plans, creating and selling products, and pitching business builds lifelong confidence and self-reliance for students. Read more from The Villager article. (Greenwood Village, CO)
Cameron Connor has been named a 2019 Carson Scholar, a national award that recognizes the academic excellence, humanitarianism and community service of students in grades 4-11. Read more from the Highlands Ranch Herald news.
Aspen Academy hosts an April 6, 2019 concert by the Arapahoe Philharmonic, as noted in The Villager. Read the full article here.
Aspen Academy students, Annie and Emily Fox were interviewed by Fox31 Denver for their Project Bobby Bear and contributions in Camp Wapiyapi. It's exciting to see these leaders contributing through their organization. Kudos to Annie and Emily.
Click here to watch the segment. (Denver, CO)
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Theresa is inspired by the extraordinary sense of community at Aspen Academy; the remarkable students, families, and team; and the thoughtful values. She lives in South Denver with her husband, Jason and son, Wyatt. They love to travel, grow tomatoes, listen to music and sail.