345 East Wildcat Reserve Prkwy, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 303-346-4523
Are you looking for an education that:
Arma Dei Academy, a Classical and Christian school, was founded with a distinct vision to provide the kind of education that has stood the test of time. This model of education is currently being restored around the country to produce thinking, articulate, and virtuous leaders for tomorrow. The course of study at Arma Dei is well-rounded, integrated and rigorous, with classical core subjects including phonics, literature, composition, Latin, history, math and science as well as formal art and music instruction.
At Arma Dei Academy, our goal is to provide an excellent education founded upon a biblical worldview. We believe passionately that classical and Christian education is critical to building the kingdom of God and to developing a distinctively Christian culture within our society. We teach the Christian worldview and strive to love and glorify God with our heart, soul, mind, and strength, bringing every thought into submission to Christ.
We thank you for your interest in Arma Dei Academy and invite you to explore this information and admissions packet as you consider your child's educational options. We are now enrolling grades K-8 for the 2013-2014 academic year and invite you to apply for admission. It is our prayer you will find our vision compelling and that you will give us the opportunity to partner with you to educate your children. Please feel free to contact the school with your questions by contacting us at info@ArmaDeiAcademy.com. Thank you again for considering Arma Dei Academy.
"The education of children for God is the most important business done on Earth. It is one business for which the Earth exists. To it all politics, all war, all literature, all money-making, ought to be subordinated; and every parent especially ought to feel, every hour of the day, that, next to making his own calling and election sure, this is the end for which he is kept alive by God – this is his task on Earth."
- R.L. Dabney, nineteenth century theologian