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Castle Pines

Middle School News

August 19, 2018

High School Fair

Tonight American Academy Castle Pines will be hosting our area schools for our annual High School Fair night. We will have representatives present to share their information in our gymnasium on Wednesday, September 19th, from 5-7pm. The schools represented will be from the Parker, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch and Castle Rock communities. There will be a variety of public, private and charter schools in attendance. Please come and explore options for your child! All families are welcome.

7th and 8th Grade Field Trip

Students in the 7th and 8th grade will be attending Chamber Theater Productions on October 4th. Students WILL need to pack a lunch where all items are disposable and nut free. Students may also bring a disposable water bottle. Uniforms are required.

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Mark your calendars for our first round of conferences to be held “arena style” on Wednesday, October 17th and Thursday, October 18th. Due to the anticipated high traffic of attendance during first round of conferences, it is “recommended” that last names of A-L will be meeting on September 17th from 4:30-6:00pm and M-Z will meet on September 18th from 4:30-6:00pm.  If you have academic concerns for your child that needs to be addressed before conference night, please contact their teachers through email.

Policy Reminders

Just a quick reminder about two of our policies here at American Academy:

  • Sock Color - Permitted sock colors for boys and girls are navy, red, white, or black. For girls, socks with the Marymount plaid trim from Dennis Uniform are also permitted. Girls may also wear tights or leggings in navy, black, red or white.
  • Dress of Choice Days – Clothes worn on Dress of Choice Days shall be modest, appropriate, in good condition, and neat in appearance.  All clothing should be free of holes or tears, even by design.  No spaghetti strap tank tops, no short shorts/skirts nor open-toed shoes, sandals or flip flops.


Rebel Citizenship Program

Tomorrow is the last day for Middle School students to apply for the Rebel Citizenship Program. This is an opportunity for Middle School students to log volunteer hours by helping the Elementary and Specials teachers during their study hall periods once a week.  If your student has any questions, please have them contact our Dean of Students, Ryan Kolb.