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
11th Grade SAT Practice Test, February 28th
Please read here to get information on the SAT practice test. It is our goal to support our students to achieve the best possible SAT score that will provide them with the opportunity to attend the college or university of their choice
8th Grade Shakespeare Festival and Front Range Visit
On Tuesday March 7th, we have planned an all-day event for our 8th students. This day will include a 50-minute production of Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s Julius Caesar, followed by workshops with the actors around bullying. 8th graders will have a pizza lunch, then walk over to Front Range Community College to learn about the classes they can take there in high school and beyond. The Julius Caesar performance will be filmed for advertising purposes for CSF. Because of the filming, the Shakespeare Festival has asked that all 8th grade students fill out a waiver. If you do not want your student to appear in the promotional materials, simply indicate that on the waiver. Click here to print a waiver/field trip permission slip and return by February 27th.
Art & Music Showcase
Cornerstone Pediatric Dentistry Proudly Presents
An Evening with Author/Illustrator Janet Stevens
The Academy North Campus
rsvp is required, limit of 150 families
Ski Club 2017
We were so lucky to have had the opportunity to be apart of the SOS Community!! We had the best time at Keystone Ski Resort. The weather was perfect, and so were the views. Our group divided up into skiers and snowboarders. We had the best time learning how to perfect our skills and enjoy the mountain. It was a great opportunity for students to enjoy, respect, and appreciate the beautiful mountains we have in Colorado. We are hoping to go again, as we are all loving the mountain air and beautiful scenery. Thanks for everyone who was apart of our Ski Trip 2017!!! We had the best time!!
In addition to our National Signing Day celebration, we also took time to honor the 54% of our seniors that have already been accepted to a college or university as well as the 5 students that have committed to joining our nations armed forces. This was a wonderful ceremony where we were able to celebrate many individual achievements and show our Wildcat Pride. This was another great opportunity to get our secondary students together and show our underclassman what they have to look forward to.
The Academy is hosting its second Career Fair!
We are seeking local companies who would like to showcase their business. If you would like to participate and help our students learn about exciting career paths please sign up! The more businesses we have the bigger our students can dream!
Students will be asking questions of the business reps in order to find out what those businesses do, skills that are needed, classes they should take, etc.
We provide a table, two chairs, signage, and internet access to each business that attends.
Date: Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Who will attend: 8th & 9th Graders
Time: Setup – 7:00 – 9:00 am (If businesses need to set up time. Arrive when you need to.)
8th graders: 9:15 – 10:30
9th graders: 10:35 – 11:45
You may contact the Junior High Counselor, Jennifer Drake, at 303-439-6148 or email her at Jennifer.Drake@theacademyk12.org to sign up or if you have any questions.
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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
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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.