Open Houses for Prospective Families in January, February and April
DENVER (Jan. 15, 2020)-- Denver Academy (DA), an independent school serving diverse learners in grades 1-12, offers year-round enrollment with limited spots still available for the current school year. A top school in the nation dedicated to supporting students with learning differences, including those with dyslexia and ADD, Denver Academy is also now accepting applications for the 2020-21 school year.
DA’s Admissions Department is hosting several upcoming open houses where prospective students and parents can meet DA students, teachers and have a personal tour of the 22-acre campus by a student ambassador. Open Houses are free and open to the public with upcoming events scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 18, Feb. 29 and Apr. 4 from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. No RSVP is needed to attend.
“Open Houses are a great opportunity for families to gain an initial understanding of who we are and what our programs have to offer,” said Director of Enrollment Dan Loan. “We really want people to see and experience the Denver Academy difference during their visit by taking a tour with a current DA student and having the ability to talk one-on-one with our faculty and staff.”
After a visit, if a family believes DA is a fit for their student, they can begin the application process to transfer their student for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year (based on availability) or make the transition for the 2020-21 school year.
For more information or to schedule a private meeting and tour of DA’s campus, please contact the Admissions Department at email@example.com, (303) 777-5161 or visit www.denveracademy.org/admissions.
About Denver Academy
Founded in 1972, Denver Academy (DA) believes that students thrive when taught in the way they learn best. DA is one of the top schools in the nation dedicated to teaching diverse learners, including those with dyslexia and ADHD. DA’s innovative, proven learning model is based on the balanced application of classroom management, information processing, and academic literacy. Small class sizes of 12-14 students facilitate student-centered differentiated instruction. Flexible placement and several academic levels within each core subject, including honors classes and advanced coursework, allow faculty to teach to each student’s optimal level.