Frequently Asked Questions
- WHAT ARE YOUR TYPICAL CLASS SIZES AT ASPEN ACADEMY?
- WHERE DO ASPEN ACADEMY GRADUATES ATTEND HIGH SCHOOL?
- HOW CAN PARENTS GET INVOLVED AT ASPEN ACADEMY
- WHAT IS YOUR SIBLING POLICY?
- WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE TO ME TO VISIT ASPEN ACADEMY?
- WHAT IS INVOLVED IN A TYPICAL STUDENT Visit DAY?
Aspen Academy supports our students in researching, applying for, shadowing at and enrolling in their top tier choice high schools. Several high school preparation workshops are conducted with parents and students to help in the high school selection process. Aspen Academy hosts both high school fairs and boarding high school fairs right here on campus for your convenience.
Independent High Schools (Day):
Kent Denver Academy, Colorado Academy
Independent High Schools (Boarding):
Culver Military Academy, Fountain Valley High School,
Avon Old Farms, Hillel Academy High School, IMG Academy
Parochial High Schools:
Valor Christian High School, Regis Jesuit High School, Mullen High School, St Mary's Academy, Denver Christian
Public High Schools:
Arapahoe High School, Littleton High School, Littleton (IB Program) High School, Cherry Creek High School, Denver School of the Arts, Dakota Ridge High School, Rock Canyon High School, Mountain Vista High School, ThunderRidge High School, Chatfield High School, Chaparral High School
There are plenty of opportunities to visit Aspen Academy. We offer informational tours on specific dates and times throughout the year and also host a wide range of community events that are open to the public.
Our goal for visits is to give students a sense of what distinguishes us - in the classroom as well as outside of it. Our teachers will encourage participation in and outside of the classroom. During the visit day, students will be paired with a student ambassador. Visitors will attend core academic classes as well as essentials classes to get a realistic experience of what it is like to be a student at Aspen Academy.