Submit the following required documents: o Completed Application o One (1) Cognitive Test Administered Within the Last 3 Years. You may submit:
The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fourth Edition or
The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fifth Edition
Note: We require all Index Scores and Percentiles, the 10 Standard Subtests Scores, and the Comprehension Subtest Score.
o One (1) Academic Achievement Test Administered Within the Last 12 Months. You may submit:
The Woodcock Johnson Test of Achievement (WJ) or
The Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement (KTEA) or
The Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT)
Note: The academic achievement test must show the student’s grade equivalents and/or age equivalents as well as the percentiles.
o A Copy of the student’s most recent grades/transcript. If the student’s school does not issue grades, send a copy of the student’s current progress report. o A Copy of the Student’s Birth Certificate. o A $75 Application Fee
Dan Loan has been at Denver Academy since 1978 and is an integral part of our school community. Starting as the school's first intern, Dan has served DA in many capacities including teacher, division head and Dean of Students and Board Member. Currently, Dan manages the DA Admissions and Communications Office and loves getting the word out about our wonderful school and meeting with new families.
Mr. Loan earned his degree in Education from the University of Northern Colorado.
As the Director of Admissions, Janet guides families through the DA admissions process, ensuring that students find the appropriate educational fit at our school. Ms. Woolley also pairs students needing additional help outside the classroom with well-qualified tutors. Janet began her career at Denver Academy as a Math Specialist, before transitioning to the Admissions Office.
Ms. Woolley earned her Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University of Georgia.
Denver Academy is a private school for diverse learners in grades 1-12, located in Denver, CO. DA inspires and empowers students with learning differences through student-centered, differentiated, and transformative education.