Ascent Classical Academy

OF GRAND JUNCTION

Ascent Classical Academy is exploring opening a K-12 tuition-free classical charter school in Grand Junction, CO in 2023. 

If you are interested in enrolling your child, please complete this confidential and non-binding form.

About Ascent Classical Academy
of Grand Junction

Ascent Classical Academies develop within its students the moral and intellectual skills, habits, and virtues upon which independent, responsible, and joyful lives are built, in the firm belief that such lives are the basis for a free and flourishing republic.

Sign Up to Get Updates

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from Ascent Classical Academies.

Ascent Classical Receives Unanimous School Board Approval for Authorization Release to Colorado Charter School Institute

NEWS RELEASE  MAY 6, 2022 08:00 MDT GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Tuesday, May 3, the Mesa County Valley School District 51 board voted 5-0 in support of relinquishing Ascent Classical Academy of Grand Junction to the Colorado Charter School Institute for authorization to...

Rising Above the Prevailing Culture

Enrollment season provides a chance to meet prospective parents, answer their questions, and get to know what they are looking for in a school. I always enjoy these sessions as I get a chance to brag about what we do and why we do it. I am constantly impressed by the...

What are the Liberal Arts and Why is this Education Indispensable for Our Children and Country?

Translated from the Latin, artes liberals, the liberal arts are those subjects or skills that in classical antiquity were considered essential and worthy for a free man in order to take an active part in civic life. This time-tested and traditional view stands in...

The Pursuit of Truth at a Time of Unrest

As a nation, our conscience was pricked by the horrific death of George Floyd and the collective outrage of American citizens speaks well of us as a country. History has many examples of countries, governments, and citizens which do not regard human suffering as...

Counting Our Blessings

At a time when good news seems hard to come by, I want to take a moment to highlight a few of the positives that we, as a classical learning community, can hold on to and cherish even during this difficult time. While this is not how any of our students and families...

Teaching History

A typical and sadly misguided criticism of classical education, and really any education that is serious about civic knowledge, comes in the form of a question. Sarcastically, and with a superior air, the critic asks: “when are you ever going to need to know the date...

Expression of Interest

Mission and Vision

FAQs

Contact