Alumni Journeys

Tales of Aardvarks and their adventures in the wider world

ACDS graduates of 2017 (both our Eighth Graders leaving ACDS and those alumni graduating from high school this year) were offered admission at schools and colleges across the country. See where their next journey might take them!
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The Eighth Grade graduates of 2017 had sunshine and blue skies for their big day, appropriate for such an accomplished class of talented students. Read about where they're headed and see scenes from graduation 2017.
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Cover to cover: something for every Aardvark in the newly revived magazine for the Aspen Country Day community, The Ponds.
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Alumni news update for Aardvarks of all generations.
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from an interview with the late Charlie Hemenway, at ACDS for its first decade, eventually becoming headmaster. "I often wondered what I was getting into," he recalls of the earliest days of the school in 1970.
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The Aspen Energy Challenge is a competition among communities around the nation to see how much we can do to reduce our energy footprint. Gretchen Bleiler '96 is on board via her new company ALEX bottle.
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Profile: Jen Schumacher '98, part of a legendary family with six (count 'em) ACDS graduates, has brought her talents back to the Roaring Fork Valley in a counseling practice and non-profit to help patients from Denver Children's Hospital.
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From the archive: the importance of growing up with a sense of place, and how the ponds and campus "become part of our self-identity and a measuring stick for later experiences."
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The journey after ACDS: continuing the aardvark tradition across the country and around the world.
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How one transformative year (Eighth Grade) set the stage for a career in politics at the highest levels. Meet Andrea Hailey '99
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Aspen Country Day School
85 Country Day Way Aspen, Colorado 81611
Phone: 970.925.1909
Time to consider ACDS

Our PreK to Eighth Grade school in the mountains of Colorado

The Way School Should Be

With a balance of nurture and rigor, children become their best

The Power of Three

Rigorous academics, creative arts, outdoor education

A welcoming community

Our motto, de amicitia: in the spirit of friendship

Out into the wide world

Alums carry the Aardvark spirit far and wide

A culture of generosity

Many ways to help make Country Day's future even brighter

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