Leman Academy of Excellence Enrichment Program

Tuition-Free Classical Education Support and Enrichment for Homeschool Families.


Leman Academy of Excellence is committed to partnering with our community both on campus, and at home. Recognizing that families make the choice to homeschool for a variety of reasons, we want to support your efforts by providing an Enrichment Program that brings home the excellence of a classical education and combines it with interactive classes at our Parker campus.

Once a week, homeschoolers will gather to participate exclusively with other homeschoolers in enrichment activities and creative lessons designed and taught by highly qualified teachers to complement our rich curriculum that we offer tuition-free for your homeschooling needs.

The Tuition-Free, Leman Academy of Excellence Enrichment Program provides the following support for homeschool families:

  • Classical Curriculum
    • Scope and Sequence
    • Print and Digital Resources
    • Access to Certified Teachers for support
    • Benchmark Assessments
    • No required State Testing
  • On-Campus Activities (2 options)
    • One Day a week exclusively with other Homeschoolers
      • Socratic Seminars
      • Science Labs
      • Academic Lessons
      • Specials: Art, Music, PE
    • Dual Enrollment with Brick-and-Mortar Scholars
      • Take some classes on campus
        • Such as art, music, P.E., history, and/or science, based on the availability of seats
      • Use our curriculum at home

The Leman Academy of Excellence Enrichment Program is not the same as our Leman Virtual Academy in Arizona. Leman Virtual Academy (AZ) is a public virtual charter school, while the LAE Enrichment Program (CO) offers support to homeschool families in the Denver Metropolitan Area, and is not a distance learning program. Colorado Department of Education

On-Campus Enrichment Days and Times

45 families participated in a survey about preferences for days, times, and types of activities that our program will provide this inaugural year.

Based on the survey results the following programming has been confirmed for this first semester:

Monday Mornings (7:35-11:35 AM)
Tuesday Afternoons (11:20-3:20 PM)
Thursday Mornings (7:35-11:35 AM)

The primary benefits expressed in survey responses was free access to LEA's Classical Virtual Curriculum, pacing guides for each subject, and detailed syllabi for each novel. Enrichment activities that most families indicated would be helpful include Socratic discussion of poems, practicing recitations to fellow scholars, Spanish, discussion of virtue, and building a physical timeline together. So, we will do our best to include such opportunities in our program for your scholars!

Our objective is to design our program in away that will benefit as many families such as yours as possible each year. Toward this end, please expect to share your thoughts each semester through surveys like this one.

To receive access to LAE's Classical Virtual Curriculum and participation in LAE programming, scholars must be present on our campus for 90 hours per semester, which averages at 8 hours per week. Because we plan to offer 12 hours on campus, this will give your family some flexibility and the ability to make up missed hours from one week to the next, so long as at least 90 hours are completed in person with us by the end of the semester.

As much as we can, we will seek to adjust and improve our program in response to your needs and desires each year going forward together.