2024-2025 New Enrollment window opens February 11th
We meet at Nature Centers and industry certified facilities.
Pueblo: Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center
Colorado Springs: Rock Ledge Ranch/Garden of the Gods (K-5) and Catamount Institute Colorado Springs campus (6-8)
Denver: Bluff Lake Nature Center
Nederland: Wild Bear Nature Center
Loveland: Heart J Center
Durango- San Juan Mountain Assocation
Cortez/Dolores - The Nature Center at Butlers Corner
Woodland Park - Catamount Institute
Statewide High School: Various locations throughout the state to accommodate students from the northern and southern regions
Pueblo, Colorado (Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center) - Classes meet from 9am-3pm with K-1st graders on Mondays, 2nd-3rd graders on Tuesdays, 4th-5th graders on Wednesdays, 6-8th graders Thursdays
Colorado Springs, Colorado (Rock Ledge Ranch)- Classes meet from 9am-3pm with K-1st graders on Mondays, 2nd-3rd graders on Tuesdays, 4th-6th graders on Wednesdays.
Denver, Colorado (Bluff Lake Nature Center)- Classes meet from 9am-3pm with K-1st graders on Mondays, 3rd-5th graders on Wednesdays, 1st-3rd graders on Thursdays.
Nederland, Colorado (Wild Bear Nature Center)- Classes meet from 9am-3pm with K-2nd graders on Tuesdays, 3rd-5th graders on Wednesdays.
Loveland, Colorado (Heart J Center)- Classes meet from 9am-3pm with 6th-8th graders on Mondays and 3rd-5th graders on Fridays.
Durango, Colorado (San Juan Mountain Association) Classes meet from 9am-3:30pm with K-5th graders on Thursdays
Cortez/Dolores, Colorado (The Nature Center at Butlers Corner) Classes meet from 9am-3pm with K-5th graders on Tuesdays.
Woodland Park, Colorado (Catamount Institute) Classes meet from 9am-3pm with K-5th graders on Tuesdays and 6-8th graders on Wednesdays.
Colorado Springs, Colorado (Catamount Institute) Classes meet from 9am-3pm with 6-8th graders on Wednesdays.
NEW! High school program will operate at various locations throughout Colorado and include several day trips and overnight experiences. *program outline below
AIPA offers a K-12 homeschool enrichment program for students that have filed homeschool status within a school district. Students are only eligible to participate in one public homeschool enrichment program and can't be enrolled in any other public-school options.
Our homeschool programs are tuition free.
Homeschool enrichment students are responsible for participating in a minimum of 90 classroom hours per semester. Students bring sack lunches and need to dress appropriately for the outdoor education environment. Due to the course assignments and requirements onsite, AIPA students do not receive homework.
Each instructor has passed a background check and submit fingerprints in accordance with Colorado Department of Education regulations. AIPA and our partner instructors are industry experts.
Alpine International Preparatory Academy
11665 Ridgeline Drive, Unit 120, Colorado Springs, CO 80921
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