Leman Classical School Board

The Leman Classical School Board (LCS) is a Colorado, 501c3, non profit organization. The entity was formed on January 29, 2016 and is vested with a fiduciary responsibility to set policy, fiscal and ongoing governance of the Corporation, and empower its Executive Director / Principal with the ability to carry out that responsibility. The LCS Bylaws, Board Member Conduct and Ethics Policy, and other relevant policies set in place to govern the school can be accessed in the "Policies" tab on the webpage menu. LCS is a 5-member organization with two seats reserved for parent volunteers and three seats for community members.

A binder with hard copies of all the organizations meeting minutes, agendas, policies, contracts, bylaws, and articles of incorporation is available at the front desk Leman Academy of Excellence, 19560 Stroh Rd., parker, CO 80134. A copy of the Leman Charter Application is also available at the front desk.

Board Members:

Victoria Hostin, President
Victoria Hostin moved from Wilmington, DE to Colorado in 2012 with her husband and two young children. She has worked as a freelance grant and proposal writer, drawing largely on her background as a non-profit administrator tasked with collaborating on and creating applications and grants to various stakeholders including corporations, private foundations, and State and local government agencies. Additionally, Victoria partners with her sisters to help run The Farley Group, a small lobbying firm based in Washington, DC.

Prior to her freelance writing career and collaboration with her family around The Farley Group, Victoria lived in Delaware where she co-founded a non-profit Charter School. In her role as board member and co-chair, Victoria secured 501(c)(3) status for the entity, co-wrote and oversaw the charter application process, and represented the school to the Delaware Department of Education’s Charter School Accountability Committee. From 2007 through 2012, Victoria worked for a small private school in Wilmington where she managed enrollment, marketing, fundraising and development. During her tenure there she initiated and stewarded a partnership with the Christina School District to implement the first public Montessori school in the state

Additionally, Victoria had the unique experience of working in Washington, D.C. as a Development Officer at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. Victoria completed her MA in Arts Management from American University in Washington, D.C.; her thesis project focused on generating revenue and fundraising strategies for a small non-profit organization. She received her B.A. in English and Art History from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA

Victoria was an active member in the Northeast/Mountain View PTO serving as Co-Chair for two years. Her older daughter will attend D.C. Oaks Alternative High School in Castle Rock next year and her younger daughter is a current student at Leman Academy of Excellence.

Board Seat - Vacant

Barry Arrington, Secretary

Greg Pritchard, Board Member
Born and raised in Montana, Mr. Pritchard attended the University of Montana and moved to Denver in 1978 as an employee for Johnson & Johnson. After 37 years with Johnson & Johnson in a variety of positions, Mr. Pritchard retired in 2013 to Parker, Colo. with his wife Jill. Mr. Pritchard has 3 children and 4 grandchildren, one of which will start 1st grade at Leman Academy in the fall of 2019.

Mr. Pritchard has had extensive corporate experience in building outstanding customer relationships and developing key marketing and sales strategies in the marketplace while at Johnson & Johnson.

As a former Senior Executive Professional at Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, Mr. Pritchard developed and is the founder of Key Customer Focus, LLC.

Patrice Batchelor, Treasurer