The Children & Adults with ADHD (CHADD) is a national non-profit organization committed to providing education, advocacy and support for individuals who have ADHD, as well as, support and education for parents/educators/caregivers of children with ADHD. Learn more here.
This monthly group meeting is provided to DA families as an opportunity for support and education for parents and caregivers of adopted kids. The group meets monthly every third Wednesday and is hosted by DA Parent Alumni Liz Clark, LPC.
This workshop is offered to Denver Academy's ninth-grade students. We will cover the significance of a high school GPA and elective/honors courses, as well as how these components are factored into the college application.
On Thursday, September 19, Denver Academy is proud to host an evening with author Jonathan Mooney. His work has been featured in the New York Times,LA Times, on ABC News, and National Public Radio, to name a few. Mr. Mooney speaks across the nation about neurological and physical diversity, inspiring those who live with differences and advocating for change. His recently released book, Normal Sucks, will be available for sale at the event.
All Denver Academy Parents are invited to attend this event which includes a talk by Mr. Mooney, as well as networking and a book signing. Click here to RSVP by September 17.
This is the biggest college fair in Denver! Representatives of colleges/universities from all over the world will be available to answer questions. Visit nacacfairs.org/attend for a list of schools planning to attend.
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