While the statewide stay-at-home order will expire this weekend, the continued closure of schools to on-campus learning is a critical piece to maintaining the social distancing required to keep the spread of the coronavirus manageable. Flagstaff Academy will be physically closed for the remainder of the school year.
In response to Colorado Governor Jared Polis' COVID-19 executive order suspending in-person learning in public and private schools across the state from Monday, March 23 to Friday, April 17, Flagstaff Academy will be providing online learning to the school's close to 900 K-8th grade students.
Two of Flagstaff Academy's Robotics teams win the prestigious "Judge's Award" and "Think Award" at VEX Robotics "Tower Takeover" Tournament!
Flagstaff Academy's Special Education program has been recognized by the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) as a 2019 NASET Exceptional Charter School in Special Education, the highest level of recognition a charter school can achieve. The honor reflects the "rigorous professional criteria which demonstrate truly exceptional dedication, commitment, and achievement in the field of special education."
Flagstaff Academy enjoys another successful Spelling Bee!
Join us for a Weekly Daytime Enrollment Information Tour and/or Open House! Now Accepting RSVPs!
Flagstaff Academy's middle school programming class tests out innovative technology created by QuestBotics, founded by SVVSD Skyline High School Alum, Delfin Lozano.
Flagstaff Academy 8th Grader Violet Oliver, also the editor-in-chief of the Dragon Spectrum, the middle school newspaper, is a featured reporter for the Left Hand Valley Courier!