The Village

The Village program focuses on personalized learning opportunities.   Students learn through individualized competency-based curriculum, engage in collaborative problem solving activities, and conduct personal inquiry investigations under the supervision of Academy District 20 teachers.  There is a combination of on-campus activities, expeditionary learning activities, and opportunities for students to work independently away from school. 


The Village began with ninth grade in the fall of 2015 and it has grown a grade level each year.   Starting with the fall of 2018, we have high school students in grades 9 -12.   We have a small school atmosphere with a maximum of 40 students per grade level.  The Village is a great option for students with busy schedules including students involved in sports and extra- curricular activities, because of our flexible schedule.  Students attend Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm for electives, lunch, and personal learning time.  Staff are available to provide additional support to students during office hours from 7:45 - 9:30 am and from 1:30pm to 3:15, Monday through Thursday. 


Discover more

Load Bearing Walls 

​    Village FAQs    

Village Elective Experiences

​   Village Info Brochure 

Village Infomation Night Presentation


Village Students in the Student Union ( left picture)Student building a model bee hive in Independent Projects (right)     

Village Students in the Student Union (left)                                                                                     

Student working on a model bee hive in Independent Projects Elective (right)  


Admission Process

Please visit  our Admissions  page for detailed information and the application for the Village and other Village High School programs.


For the 2018-19 school year

We will be accepting applications starting January 16th, 2018.   Once a class level is full, students will be placed on a waiting list.  Families are encouraged to send in the application early.   If you are interested, please submit an application, even if you are on a waitlist for a certain grade level.  The waitlist will be continued on each semester and you will receive updates on enrollment. 


For future school years

If you are interested in having your student attend in a future school year, we recommend that you add your name to our Interest list.  To be placed on the interest list, please contact Nathan Gorsch, AOHS Principal.


Location

The Center for Modern Learning is located near Research Parkway and Black Forest Road. Our address is 8701 Wolf Valley Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80924.


Current Students and Families - Resources


Logins page

Staff Contact List

Daily Schedule

2018-19 Village Calendar

2018-19 Agreements and Technology Packet

2017-18 District 20 Handbook

Field Trip Medical Info Form

Technology Handbook