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Aspen's Leadership Programs

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

Bear's Student Enterprises

Eighth grade students smile while on a field trip learning about Coda Coffee, the company Aspen Academy utilizes in the Bear's Cafe to serve coffee to Aspen parents, students, and staff.

In this capstone course, students have the opportunity to create, manage, and grow multiple businesses. Current businesses include: Bear's Store, Bear's Cafe, Bear's Broadcasting Network, and Bear's Vending Services. In doing so, they also comprise the youngest known board of directors in the United States. Students gain extraordinary real world, 21st century skills.

Middle School Leadership Retreat

Middle school students smile while on their middle school retreat!

During the first week of the school year, our middle school students attend a leadership retreat in the beautiful Rocky Mountains during which they are encouraged to increase their self awareness in a safe and nurturing environment.

Student Civic Organization
Head of School Kristina Scala, Health and Safety Manager Amanda Herrera, and Instructional Coach Scott McFarland smile with student members of the Student Civic Organization after a successful cookie eating contest on Pajama Day.The structure of our Student Government (Student Civic Organization) exists to create an edifying experience that inspires greater aspirations for continued and real civic and community leadership.

We have developed a civic leadership model that uses our federal structure of a three branch model that includes all community stakeholders.

Student Ambassador Program

Students in our Student Ambassador Program smile.

Our student ambassadors host prospective students throughout the school year. In addition, they represent our school during admissions events.

Mentor Mentee Program

A mentee student smiles with his older mentor.

Our Pre-Kindergarten - 3rd grade students are paired with older students (4th - 8th grade students) who act as mentors, leaders, big brother or sister to their mentees.