Parker, CO (Wednesday, August 23, 2017) – American Academy will be hosting an official Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the new American Academy – Lincoln Meadows campus on Tuesday, August 29, 2017. The ceremony celebrates the opening of the school’s third campus. The first campus opened in 2005 in a Park Meadows strip mall, and relocated to its current Castle Pines location in 2009. American Academy expanded its student base in the fall of 2013, opening its first Parker location, currently named American Academy – Motsenbocker. Last fall, with a waitlist of well over 3000 students and a survey results demonstrating consistent parent demand, the American Academy Board of Directors and the Executive Director of Schools, Amanda Lane-Cline embarked on an endeavor to once again expand the American Academy family.
The new building will eventually be home to Kindergarten through eighth grade as well as American Academy’s pre-Kindergarten program, KindiePrep. Though the KindiePrep through 6th grade program is almost fully enrolled for the fall of 2017, there are still limited spots available in certain grades. Please contact our registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
“We are excited to welcome all of our Lincoln Meadows families to American Academy!” says Ms. Lane-Cline. “We appreciate all the hard work of Haselden Construction and Cunningham Group to get this third campus up and running. So much thought and effort went into every detail, and we hope our families feel at home in this new building. We have over 75 staff members at Lincoln Meadows who are excited to welcome everyone to the first day of school on September 5, 2017.”
The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place on August 29 at 12:00 pm at the new Lincoln Meadows campus building at 10260 South Twenty Mile Road in Parker.
American Academy is a Core Knowledge, K-8, charter public school with a special emphasis on science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM). For more information on the school, you can visit their website anytime at www.aak8.org.