|The Academy’s Pre-Kindergarten Program is the Highest Quality Rated Program in all of Adams County.
Congratulations to Ms. Amy Jackson and her staff for all the hard work and dedication that have built a fabulous program.
2016-2017 School Year
Please visit the Parent & Student tab to find prior year totals.
|Lunch and School Fees|
(NOTE: Secondary fees may change with schedule changes, School Fees only, meal payments will be processed at the link below)
Student Meal Payments
Click on the image or link above to add funds to your student's lunch balance. Be sure to select Pinnacle School Food Authority as our school district.
Click here for the Free and Reduced lunch application
Amazing day last week!
Wednesday, October 19th was an amazing day for The Academy
- 12th grade students applied to post-secondary schools, scholarships, and continuedplanning for life after high school.
-11th grade students participated in the PSAT and took part in college and career planning lessons.
-9th and 10th grade students visited and toured a college campus.
Upcoming College Visits
List of upcoming college visits:
Please click here to view our past announcements.
Links and Information
Please click here for the PowerSchool Parent and Student Login page. District Code: PXDS
The Academy is pleased to announce our subscription to Campus Impact. This is an on-line video streaming website designed to address complicated social issues that affect students such as bullying, violence, social media, respect, and cliques.
The subscription is available to all Academy staff, students, and families. The password is AcademyWildcats
|1-877-542-safe(7233) Violence, abuse, suicide, safety . . . Make the anonymous call to save a life!||ASBESTOS NOTIFICATION
The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act enacted in 1986 mandates that the US Environmental Protection Agency make rules regarding asbestos hazards in schools available for review.
The Academy's new facility located at 11800 Lowell Blvd, Westminster, CO was constructed in 2004-2005 and opened in August of 2005. No asbestos containing materials were designed for, nor specified, nor installed in the construction of the new school.
State law requires that an asbestos management plan must be in place and be made available for public review, even though no asbestos containing materials were used when the school was constructed. The law further requires that the school community be made aware of the plan on an annual basis. This is the official notification that such a plan is in place and available for review in the office of the Operations Director at the above referenced address.