5th-Grade Field Trip

5th-grade class ventured to Living History Days in Morrison, CO. They experienced 18th-century life through costumed interpreters, hands-on activities, and military demonstrations. Aspects of the 18th-century life were on display - agriculture, blacksmith, cider press, education, games, gunsmith, military, and much more. Students participated in a lesson on candle dipping, wrote their name with a feather at the calligraphy table, played with muskets and pretended they were in the military!

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Back To School Picnic

On Sunday, September 22nd, Arma Dei Academy held its annual Back to School Picnic and 3rd annual Amazing Arma Dei Race. Over 265 participants competed in Houses to complete five challenges. House points were awarded for competition, nobility, service and leadership. Laiquendi took the victory with 40 points, while Avari placed second with 39 points. Close behind with 38 points was Noldor, and Vanyar earned 28 points. It was a gorgeous day for families to connect and enjoy fellowship! Schoolwide Scripture Memory

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4th Grade Family Weekend

Last weekend, students and parents from the 4th-grade class had an amazing time together at Snow Mountain Ranch. Beautiful weather, fun activities, and lasting memories were made. The purpose of this parent sponsored retreat was to create a foundation for future conversations among parents and a tighter bond within the class. Friday night’s activity set the stage for the entire weekend as participants put together a puzzle together, demonstrating how God sees each child individually, made in HIS image. Throughout the weekend, various team activities drove home the realities students face that interfere with understanding their true identity in Christ. As…

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8th Grade Retreat

Our 8th-grade students spent last Wednesday through Friday on retreat at Camp Idrahaje in Bailey, Colorado. Their time away included team-building exercises and a number of good old-fashioned fun activities, including archery tag, cliff rappelling, a ropes course, water balloon fights, frisbee golf, and night-time games. Morning and evening sessions in an outdoor chapel provided breathtaking views of the Milky Way and gave the students opportunities to study Scripture, pray, develop collective goals for the year, and brainstorm ways that they might serve God and others in the life of the school this year. The students, on their own initiative, committed…

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Arma Dei Academy House System by Dr. Denlinger

Arma Dei Academy implemented The House Program this year for students (Grades 5-8). The house system exists to foster a culture of professionalism, courtesy, and Christ-like service to others among students - a culture conducive to learning; a culture that properly equips students for lives of service to God and others as well as success in their future academic and professional pursuits. The house system achieves this goal in three ways: 1) by giving students incentives (house points and corresponding awards) to meet high standards for student competition, comportment, and interaction; 2) by creating house-specific, school-wide, and community-oriented opportunities for service…

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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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