Our Mission



Our Mission is to provide an excellent, Christ-centered environment that empowers young people to excel.

Shout Out Tuesday CHERISH Logo


C – Christ Centered H – Honor E – Exploration R – Responsibility I – Integrity S – Service H – Heroism

Part of what makes Mile High Academy great is its pursuit of greatness. We have implemented the CHERISH Core Values as a way to educate and reinforce the values that are important to us. However, it is not only something that will reap results here at school but will flow into their lives at home and the world.

The teachers here at Mile High Academy have their own ways of implementing the CHERISH values. From Shout-out Tuesdays, Wednesday worship and Certificates of Accomplishment, they know how to live and share the CHERISH way.

Our students get to experience what it means to use the CHERISH values in their every day lives. And they get acknowledgement of their efforts. It’s a true cycle of learning that instills the values into them and the staff.




Mile High Academy is committed to offering education to a dynamic and diverse community of life-long learners and to promote access to students who desire a Christ-centered, excellent education who simultaneously aspire to give back to the school scholastically, socially, and through growth in their God-given gifts and abilities.

Visit our Admissions page for more information and to Apply.




Because of this Mission here at MHA, we have ongoing and specific campaigns throughout the year that are dedicated to raising funds for the benefit of MHA and its students.

Some of the specific items for which your donations directly contribute are:

Campus Maintenance and Enhancement
Technology Development and Equipment
Alumni Programs

We need your help beginning now and through the rest of the year. Make a commitment to Mile High Academy with your donations. Call us at 303-744-1069, email us info@milehighacademy.org or visit our donate page by clicking the button below.

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  • Fun Stuff! – October 23, 2014

    We have lots on the Calendar right now.  You can go there any time to see the latest on all that Mile High Academy has going on.  Here are just a few of the things we’re excited about in the next couple weeks. October 25 – Littleton Education Service at Littleton Seventh-day Adventist Church October […]

  • Postponed – Upper School Parent/Teacher Conferences

    Parents of Upper School Students: We have several of our upper school teachers that are either out sick or gone on tournament (or expecting the arrival of a new little one at any time).  Because we are down now by half or even more of our teachers, we have decided that your time would be […]

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  • Story Time

    Get ready for Story Time.  Friday, October 17th at 10:00am Preschoolers will be gathering for a fun craft and story time.  We loved having the kids with us last month and they had a great time too. We would love to see your Preschoolers.  And bring a friend! Register below to reserve your spot today. […]

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  • Lionheart Fitness is Back

    GIVE YOUR CHILD A GREAT HEAD START Come learn the FUN-damentals of sports from Lionheart Fitness. It is our mission to empower children through physical fitness, giving them the skills, confidence and positive self-image to take on any challenge. Lionheart Fitness Kids will be starting the new 5 week session of Gymnastics Thurs, Oct 23rd  at […]

  • Wholesome Food Services Ends

    Our partnership with Wholesome Food Services ends October 16.  We are currently looking into other meal options to take its place.  We appreciate your patience as we transition to a new food program.  Thank you for your continued support of the Mile High Academy Lunch Program options. Thank you!

  • Great Partnerships – Churches

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    Here at Mile High Academy we have some great partners.  We have our parents, our students, our teachers.  We also have churches in our area who are committed to supporting Mile High Academy and all it does.  These partnerships are extremely important to us. Through our churches and their leaders we have a community of […]

  • 8th Grade Dinner Update

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    If you were at the 8th grade dinner last night you couldn’t help but get excited as one by one each of the teachers spoke passionately about being able to pass on their knowledge to their students. Their exuberance was almost palpable as we sat there and listened to each of their stories, then heard […]

  • Play-a-Thon Success!

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    Hi, Thank you to all who participated in the play-a-thon yesterday! We had many students and families participate in this event by playing, locating donors, and some who donated even though they were unable to play! I would also like to thank the students and parents who helped set up, answer questions, collect forms, and help […]

  • Garden Project Feeds Students

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    It’s one thing to learn about plants from books but the second and third grade classes got to get their hands dirty planting, watering and watching their project grow. And then they got to see the fruits, or in this case vegetables, of their labor produce a bounty. It didn’t stop there, the classes got to […]


Visit with an Alumnus

Children's Museum 2nd and 3rd (5)

Hands-On Physics

Rube Goldberg Machine

Second and Third Grade Science

2nd and 3rd owl pellets