Go Broncos!

Recently, three of our students shared with their classmates, their dad’s journey in the NFL and his Super Bowl and AFC Championship Rings. Coach Rick Dennison, Broncos’ Offensive Coordinator and Arma Dei dad also received letters and prayers from sixth grade students for the upcoming Super Bowl.   Prior to leaving for the Super Bowl, Coach Dennison sent a special letter back to our students. He stated “It was such an honor to read all of the letters that you wrote me. I really enjoyed the scriptures and art work that each of you did. I know that you put a…

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Veterans brought history to life

Arma Dei Academy and family members attend weekly Chapel on Friday mornings, but on November 6, 2015 a very special Veteran Day Celebration chapel was held. The Academy celebrated Veterans Day with almost 15 men and women, related to Arma Dei families, representing careers in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Army Reserves. These decorated individuals honored and allowed the Academy to celebrate them and their service to our Country. The celebration included students honoring the Veterans by walking into the auditorium to the Marine’s Hymn and then singing My Country Tis of Thee.  The first graders led the Pledge…

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Wish List

ITEM PRICE TOTAL RAISED REMAINING Operating Fund $100,000 $100,000 $8,724 $91,276 Tuition Assistance $25,000 $25,000 $- $25,000 Fresh Flowers $50 $450 $- $450 Great Books of the Western World $887 $887 $887 $- More P.E. Equipment & Facility Rental $2,000 $2,000 $- $2,000 Tool kit $100 $100 $- $100 Set of iPads for Logic School $849 $13,587 $10,000 $3,587 $142,024 $19,611 $122,413

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Arma Dei Academy is off to a great start!

Thanks to the many efforts of parents, students, faculty and staff, the school year has begun peacefully and in order. Learning is underway in each classroom; we have already seen 8th Grade students constructing DNA models, making certain the correct nucleotide bases were linked together.  Fourth grade students have encountered Pilgrim's sojourn to the Celestial City.  Second and third graders are discovering Latin is alive and sixth graders are on a raft down the Mississippi river with Huck and Jim.   And so much more! If you attended the school picnic last Friday, you probably got acquainted with some of the sixty families now educating…

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