About Mile High Academy

“Shaping Hearts and Minds for Jesus, through Learning, Exploring and Serving”

Our mission is to provide an excellent Christ-centered education that empowers young people to excel.  Mile High Academy is a Christian college preparatory coeducational P-12th grade day school.  Our school is structured with the student always in mind.  Divided into Preschool, Lower School K-5, Middle School 6-8, and Upper School 9-12, Mile High Academy serves the needs of each student by providing character modeling, a passion for service, learning that happens inside and outside the classroom, and teachers that genuinely care about the successes of their students.

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Welcome to Mile High Academy

Our Mission

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

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

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We have ongoing and specific campaigns throughout the year that are dedicated to raising funds for the benefit of MHA and its students.

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News and Updates From Mile High Academy

Campus Stories

Stories from the Mile High Academy Campus and Beyond

Colorado Center for the Blind Visit

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Middle School had special guest speakers from the Colorado Center for the Blind.  They shared their personal experiences and answered many questions from the students.

Ambassadors of Compassion

Openness is encouraged for maximum benefit

Today was the first day AOC groups met on the MHA campus.  Leaders from all walks of life, business, church, education, were in classrooms, together with MHA teachers, sitting with students as they introduced themselves to each other and began this important work.  Training our students to not only see themselves as important but see themselves as important members of the world we live in

Mr. Palmer's Real World Learners


Mr. Russell Palmer’s real world learning class was asked to solve a real world problem, how to help homeless women who are trying to find employment.  This was the answer.