1. Caring adults to teach, tutor, and mentor
2. A safe learning environment
3. An emphasis on personal health and growth
4. Effective educational programs
5. Activities to serve others
6. Opportunities to learn and exercise leadership
7. A life path to achievement and success
1325 Glenarm Place
Denver, CO 80204
Boy's & Girls Club Vickers Branch
3333 Holly St
Denver, CO 80207
We need volunteers to become tutors, mentors, coaches, chaperones and van drivers. If you are interested please click below for more information and to complete an online application.
In all aspects of our program, The Denver Achievement Academy strives to teach and live by seven core values in order to enhance student achievement.
Parents, The Denver Achievement Academy staff and volunteers, and student teammates each bring valued elements and a shared responsibility to the success of our journey.
Currently, in our second year, we serve 30 fifth and sixth grade students. All our students are from two elementary schools: Greenlee Elementary and Stedman Elementary (96% and 86% reduced and free lunches, respectively).
Our Seven Promises to Parents and Students:
1720 South Bellaire St
Denver, CO 80222
Journey for Life
children we serve
We express our profound gratitude to The Denver Athletic Club for generously opening their magnificent facility and resources to our youth. Our students, who otherwise may never experience the wealth of relationships, athletic experiences, and role models the DAC provides in abundance, are grateful for our partnership and for the graciousness of the members, board, and staff of the DAC.
In addition, we would like to recognize the Emily Griffith Technology College for providing us with wonderful classroom spaces and resources to conduct our tutoring and enrichment activities.