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Call to Junior Class Parents

There will be a Junior Class parents’ meeting on September 17 at 4:00 p.m.  We will discuss upcoming events including Junior Preview Days and Fall Fest. We will also be working on generating fundraising ideas.
Please be there to make sure Junior Class events are a success.

Call or email for details.

Phone: 303.744.1069
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Story Time is Here!

If you have a Preschooler, you are going to want to bring them to Mile High Academy on September 17th at 10am for a fun Story and Crafts Time.Postcard pre k story time dates

Kids will love making new friends, learning and just having a great time. This is the perfect place for our littlest MHA family members to get together.

We will be having a Story Time every month so keep the dates marked in your calendars. Your kids are going to love it!

RSVP by calling 303.744.1069 or registering with the form below.

Thank you!

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Fun Stuff! – September 3rd, 2014

We have a lot of fun stuff coming up.  You can see it all for yourself on our busy Calendar.

However, we would just like to highlight a few upcoming events that we think you would really love.MC900440165

Kase

Tuesday, September 16th, Kase would like you to come visit MHA.  It’s a casual get-together where you can ask all the questions you’ve been wondering since school started.  There will be refreshments and a meet and greet environment that will be perfect for you to get to know Kase and each other.

Color Day

Friday, September 19th, your PreK – 8th graders will enjoy Color Day.  Upper grades and lower grades will be playing and working together in a fun cooperative environment.  By combining games with team work we hope to build lasting bonds within our MHA students.  Parent volunteers would be greatly appreciated for this exciting event.

Senior Preview Day

September 19-21st, Seniors will be visiting Union College for Senior Preview Day.  What a great opportunity to explore a wonderful school and get your kids excited about graduation.

Middle School Junk ScMC900440163ramble

Saturday, September 20th is the Middle School Junk Scramble.  That’s a long name for games, friendly class competition and Student/Parent involvement.  It’s a great way for the Middle School to build team work within a play setting.  Bring all your junk from home and then see the fun begin!

Focus Week

September 22-26th is Focus Week.  This year’s week of spiritual emphasis and prayer is going to focus on Christ’s Ultimate Sacrifice.  It’s going to be a truly moving and wonderful experience for students and staff alike.

Don’t forget that all of this is on the Calendar but questions can always be sent to [email protected]

Thank you!

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Our Cup No Longer Runneth Over!

We have had such a banner year, we want to thank all of you for making this an exciting time of growth.  That being said, we do have to let everyone know that financial aid is now closed for Pre K – 8.  We still want to hear from you, call us at 303-744-1069 or email us at [email protected]  Let’s sit down and discuss your child’s future.

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Numbers Are Up!

The numbers are in. You’ve helped us enroll 180 students so far this year. That’s a jump of almost 20% from last year. That means you’ve trusted us not only with your children but with the growth and future of our school.

 

Keep thinking BIG and send your kids to Mile High Academy for a Christian education that inspires, motivates and transforms.

 

Thank you!

 

For enrollment information call (303) 744-1069 or visit us online at www.milehighacademy.org.
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Milestone ACT Scores at Mile High!

Your students are achieving here at Mile High Academy and they have the test scores to prove it. The ACT composite score this year is an astounding 24.2. We are so proud of your children and their hard work.

The ACT college readiness assessment is a standardized test to determine high school achievement and help with college admissions.  It is produced by ACT, Inc. [1]

ACT assessment measures high school students’ general educational development and their capability to complete college-level work in four test skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science. [2]

ACT states that its scores provide an indicator of “college readiness.” [3]

 

  1. http://www.act.org/research/policymakers/cccr14/pdf/CCCR14-NationalReadinessRpt.pdf
  2. http://www.actstudent.org/testprep/descriptions/
  3. http://www.act.org/research/policymakers/cccr13/improving.html
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