Capital Campaign

Dear Community!

Aspen Academy is more than a school – it’s a community, comprised of passionate and innovative students, parents, faculty and staff with one goal: developing extraordinary leaders.

Our hope is to create an inspired space for learning and for our community, one that is at the heart of Aspen Academy’s commitment to creating an education of profound consequence that develops extraordinary lives.  This renovation will begin on June 1 and will be unveiled on the first day of school in August! 

We hope you will consider making an investment in this space that is going to enhance your child’s  educational experience every day!

Your gift will transform our current cafeteria, now used only about 90 minutes per day to a café, community, program, classroom, lab and performing space that will be used by every student each and every day of their school lives. Students have had so much fun and they’ve demonstrated great creativity and leadership in helping to design this space.  The attached brochure will describe all the amazing changes in store!  

All contributions are 100% tax deductible and can be made:

Please contact our Development Manager, Trevor Garrett at trevor.garrett@aspenacademy.org with any questions and your family’s decision regarding supporting this awesome project.

Let’s build this!

Kristina Scala


 

2018/2019 CAMPAIGN

COMMUNITY SPACE

Campaign Lookbook

First page of the PDF file: CapitalCampaignBrochure20194010e_short
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Aspen Academy accepts donations via Venmo. Look for our account:
@Aspen-Academy
PREVIOUS CAMPAIGNS

AUDITORIUM

During the summer of 2018 we completed our $500,000+ auditorium renovation. Our auditorium is home to Aspen Morning Program (AMP’d), where every single student has an opportunity to give voice to their thoughts, experiences, creativity and expression.

LOWER SCHOOL STEAM LAB

In August 2017 we opened our $100,000 Lower School Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) Lab to nurture project-based, multi-modal learning activities that require creativity, problem solving and critical thinking, through a holistic approach that mirrors the real world for our pre-kindergarten through fourth grade students.

Learn more about STEAM