As an African-American well-versed in both classical and modern history, Theron had seen this before. And he had to say something.
Ascent Classical Academies, to include Golden View Classical Academy, are high performing charter schools in high demand. Click above to read more.
WRONG. This is an unfounded rumor. ACAF publicly told BVSD that they would not arm teachers. Click above to read more.
Myth Busting: The ACAF steering committee includes two ACA employees who will be on the governing board
As ACAF has assured BVSD multiple times, the two members of the steering committee who work for the CMO (ACA) will not transition to the ACAF board. Click above to read more.
WRONG. As ACAF has clearly stated to BVSD board and staff, the school does not teach an abstinence only sex program. Click above to read more.
WRONG. ACAF currently has over 660 letters of intent and approximately 50% come from BVSD zipcodes. Click above to read more.
WRONG. In fact ACAF did address how they planned to recruit Latino/Hispanic students, including community outreach, Spanish materials, and a weighted lottery. Click above to read more.
WRONG. ACA does not discriminate and agrees with the intent of BVSD’s policy. However, as with all charters, ACA asked for a waiver for enforcement. Click above to read more.
WRONG. Ascent Classical Academy Flatirons is a public charter school and not allowed to be affiliated with or promote a religion, in accordance with Colorado law. Click above to read more.
Isadora went to school in Boulder Valley where she faced discrimination. Now she supports a new charter school to give her little sister better options.
Thuy Patton’s family came to the United States at the end of the Vietnam War. Today her two kids attend Golden View Classical. Hear their experience.
Marie is a nurse and mother who wants her kids to receive a classical education. Here’s what happened next when she tried to make her voice heard.