Colorado Academy is a community that cultivates student voice, respects individualism, and fosters learning.
Students, faculty, and parents describe a school culture that cares deeply and is supportive of one another. The Pre-K through Grade 12 interaction among students is key to the school’s emphasis on the joy of learning. We are an institution that values collaboration and creativity, and thus are mindful of the never-ending work of building understanding, teaching empathy, and expecting civility.

The Director of Inclusivity works with faculty in each division to create a curriculum design process that is guided by inclusive principles. Faculty present multiple social, national, historical, cultural, and political perspectives in their classes, and topics are explored across disciplines, from academics to the arts. 

We are a private school that embraces what we see as our public purpose and greater role in our community. The public is invited to numerous events and forums on campus, including our well-known SPEAK lecture series. CA is also home to Horizons, an enrichment program serving low-income students from Denver Public Schools.

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  • Director of Inclusivity

    CA’s Director of Inclusivity provides leadership in areas of inclusive excellence, mentoring, and support for students and families, and resource development for faculty and staff. Within each division, faculty members also work as coordinators of age-specific inclusivity work.

    The school encourages student participation and presentation in national and local leadership training, including the
    Students of Diversity Leadership Conference, the National People of Color Conference, the CIRCLE and STAMP student leadership conferences, and more.

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