Distance Learning at Arma Dei Academy

Arma Dei Academy’s Distance Learning Program (“DLP”) exists to further our mission and deliver the most effective classical Christian education possible in light of the unprecedented public health challenges of COVID-19. Our program was developed to comply with Governor Polis’s Executive Stay-At-Home Order D 2020 017 and other government mandates and regulations. Arma Dei Academy teachers continue to work full-time to deliver school at home through a variety of learning opportunities including daily teacher-created video instruction, live classroom times, independent work, and hands-on experiences. The DLP was designed with our educational philosophy in mind, allowing students to continue interacting and engaging…

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An email to our STEM teachers from a parent:

Hi STEM teachers! I wanted to send a quick note to thank you for all your hard work with my kids. We were on a road trip this summer and stayed at a ranch in Cody, WY which had an irrigation ditch running through. One lazy morning while my husband and I were inside catching up on work, our kids planned and executed their own STEM challenge to see who could create the fastest boat that could deliver a payload (a piece of broken smoothed glass). They could only use materials they found laying around. They invited us out to witness the…

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Collaborative Learning Program

Arma Dei Academy's new Collaborative Learning Program is now enrolling for 2019/2020 school year! This program is a part-time option for homeschool families, serving students grades K - 3rd. Inquire by sending an email to Admissions Director, Lora Bowman.

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A debate over public funds for private schools, by Jessica Gibbs.

A debate over public funds for private schools, by Jessica Gibbs Greg Vigil, chairman of the board at Arma Dei Academy in Highlands Ranch, is brimming with excitement about the Douglas County commissioners’ plans to spend millions of dollars on security measures and mental health programming in local schools. The commissioners’ plans include a $10 million, one-time offering for physical security and mental health programming in schools, plus an ongoing $3 million — if matched by county schools — that will help fund school resource officers in the county. He’s grateful, he said, that the financial offer was made to all…

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Want Your Kids to Have The Best Summer Ever?

Want Your Kids to Have The Best Summer Ever? Let Them Be Bored. By Lisbeth Splawn Now that Memorial Day has come and gone, many of us are feeling like summer has officially begun. School is ending and parents with kids at home are beginning to wonder how to keep their children entertained all summer. The temptation is to over schedule our kids in the summertime, keep them busy, do whatever we must to not hear those dreaded words, "I'm bored!" Parents, I beg you, don't fall to this temptation and don't feel guilty when you are away at work while…

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The Servant of Two Masters

Our seventh-grade students performed "A Servant of Two Masters" at Valor Christian High School on Friday, May 3. The play tells the story of a hungry servant who, upon realizing that working for two masters could ensure him a greater supply of food, tries to do the job of two men while working desperately to conceal that fact from both employers. Click here for the video.

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