Academics & 21st Century LearningThe general studies curriculum is based on the Colorado State Standards which is aligned with the National Standards.  The state standards direct the curriculum and instruction in both the elementary and middle school classroom.  Teachers are given the opportunity to build their lessons through collaborative discussions with other faculty members and the administration, keeping the state standards at the forefront of their planning.  This makes learning at DAT customized to suit the needs of all of our students, while still maintaining academic standards of education.

Along with DAT’s fundamental goals, we stress 21st century learning across the curriculum.  The school environment itself is “traditional with a twist”; we have incorporated the elements of 21st century learning in our traditional environment.  Technology, mobility, higher-level thinking skills, and collaboration all combine to create our academic program of excellence.  Our graduates leave DAT as citizens who are confident and equipped to integrate into the world at large, both in the religious and secular realms.


25 Years and Soaring! 

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Continuing 8th Grade Parent and Student Questionnaires

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2017.2018 K-12 Calendar

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