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The Academy serves our students to develop college ready, exemplary citizens by promoting excellence in academics, character and relationships.

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​Congratulations to the Class of 2015!
We at The Academy are so very proud of our recent graduates and wish them well in all of their future endeavors. áThey leave behind quite the legacy:

98% have been accepted to post-secondary schooling.

$4.5 million in scholarships.

2015-16 Band & Orchestra Registration
derek.hebert@theacademyk12.orgRegistration is now open for next year's band and orchestra program! áFollow the link below to fill out the registration form and get details on how to obtain an instrument. áIf you have any questions, please contact Mr. Hebert at áHe will be available via email all summer. á

Please note - this is only for new band and orchestra students. áIf you signed up at the Instrument Petting Zoo or you are a student already in Academy's band or orchestra program, you do not complete this registration.
Congratulations Blake Olson

Congratulations to Blake Olson for his awesome season finish in the 100 Fly! áOn May 8th the preliminaries for League Championships for HS Swimming were held. Blake Olson broke the League record for the 100 Fly at that meet and then broke his own record the next day at finals. áHe also came in 1st place in his other individual event, the the 200 Free. áHis 2 relays came in first place as well. áBlake qualified in a total of 7 events for the State 5A tournament held at the Air Force Academy on May 15-16. Blake swims for NORJANS, a combined team of Northglenn and Thornton High Schools.
Congratulations Yasmine Alonzo
One of our outstanding 10th grade students, Yasmine Alonzo, has been accepted to Children's Hospital's Medical Career Collaborative (MC2). Over 300 students applied to this program, and Yasmine is one of 45 students who were accepted. She will be participating in workshops, field trips, trainings, a seminar course, volunteer work, post-secondary guidance and coaching, and an internship through Children's Hospital and Denver Health for the next two years. Congratulations, Yazzie!
Walking "The Road" of Complex Language
Help promote the learning of our Advanced Placement Literature students by donating to Ms. Will's DonorsChoose grant. áYou can earn volunteer hours for making donations to a teacher's DonorsChoose project!á
Click here for more information
High School Girls Soccer Team! Advances to the Semi-Finals!
Congratulations to the high school girls soccer team! áThey have advanced to the 3A State Semi-Finals!! The game will be played at All City Stadium this Saturday 5/16 starting at 1:30 p.m vs Jefferson Academy.
Click here to watch highlights from the game at 9 News.

Directions: from I-25 exit South on University to Buchtel, go west on Buchtel to Franklin, go north on Franklin (after you cross I-25) the stadium entrance will be on your right. á

Directions: from University go west on Louisiana, go south on Franklin, (after the South High School parking lot) the entrance will be on your left.
​6th Grade Outdoor Ed.
6th Grade Outdoor Ed. will be held from Monday, Sept. 21 to Friday, Sept. 25, 2015 at Camp Id-Ra-Ha-Je in Bailey, Colorado. áThe cost is $230 for students and $115 for parent chaperones. áAll 6th graders are encouraged to attend. áAttached are the informational forms, gear list, permission slips and medication forms. Questions? áContact Mr. Gramarossa at
Parent Info Outdoor Ed required items Camp Information and Release Form Permission Slip
General med form Allergy Anaphylaxis Action Plan Asthma Care Plan á

Congratulations to Zach Morgan!
He has just signed up with Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri for a full ride scholarship to play D-1 Rugby! áWe are very proud of you!
The Academy choir takes NYC by storm!
April 23-27, 2015, 16 Select Choir members went to New York City to perform. They had the tremendous honor to perform in an historic event, the National Youth Jazz Choir at Carnegie Hall. The music was such a blast (although it was extremely difficult) to sing, and the choir did a beautiful job. They earned a true standing ovation in Carnegie Hall. It was the experience of a lifetime.á

While they were there, they visited the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Central Park, and the Juilliard School. It was so fun to see the places that inspired so much film, literature, and television! á
The trip was amazing and the students represented the Academy and the state of Colorado with pride and dignity.á
Summer School for High School Students
Summer School Online Credit Recovery is now available for our current 9th thru 11th grade students.á
Click Here for more details.

2015 Academy Youth Volleyball Camp
WHO: á á á áGirls entering 3rd - 6th grade & Boys entering 3rd - 5th grade
WHEN: á á á á Monday, 6/1/15 á- Thursday, 6/4/15
TIME: á á á á4:00pm á- 6:00pm
LOCATION: á áMain Gym @ The Academy, 11800 Lowell Blvd. Westminster
COST: á á á á $45/player, includes T-Shirt(all proceeds benefit the volleyball program)
DISCOUNT: á áA one time, total family discount of $10 is available for siblings.
Summer School
Summer school for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders is just around the corner! Please click on the links below and find out all about it!

Summer School Information Letter
Summer School Flyer
Summer School Signup

Elementary ​Last Day of School (PK-5)
May 28th
Main Campus Dismissal 10:45 am
​North Campus Dismissal 11:00 am
Emergency Precautions
Academy Families: Please click here to view our Emergency Precautions and Crisis Management letter.

Please click here to view our past announcements.
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High School Yearbooks -Use ID code: 6547815
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Links and Information

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The Academy is pleased to announce our subscription to Campus Impact.á This is an on-line video streaming website designed to address complicated social issues that affect students such as bullying, violence, social media, respect, and cliques.á
The subscription is available to all Academy staff, students, and families.á The password isáAcademyWildcats
1-877-542-safe(7233) Violence, abuse, suicide, safety . . .áá Make the anonymous call to save a life! á

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