Venture HS

  • June 6
    National Honors Society
  • June 15
    Board Meeting
  • June 19-23
    Summer School
  • July 4
    National Honors Society
  • August 1
    National Honors Society
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Venture K8

  • June 15
    Board Meeting
  • August 17
    Board Meeting
  • August 21
    First Day of School 1-12th grades
  • August 28
    Kindergarten First Day of School
  • August 29
    K8 Picture Day
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It's an Amazing World We Live In:

Let's Discover it!

Why Venture K8?

Venture Academy K-8 offers parents and students an innovative learning community that is committed to:

  • Providing space and opportunity for students to develop powerful skills, discover interests, refine strengths, and develop confidence;
  • Helping students understand not just what there is to learn, but why it is worth learning;
  • Providing a learning community that is friendly, supportive, and challenging and where strong relationships can be built over time with teachers and other students;
  • Helping students understand and develop effective ways of serving the needs of our community, nation, and world;
  • Helping students embrace the reality that habits of character like grit, responsibility, leadership, teamwork, attitude, respect, and integrity matter more to success in life than anything else;
  • Hiring and training great teachers to love and help your children grow!

We encourage you to read more about how we do this in the sections outlined in K8 Curriculum & Instruction.

Why Venture High?

We are all familiar with the large multi-thousand student high schools that are common across the country. Venture offers a different experience:

  • All students are well-known by teachers and administration, which provides many advantages for discovering talents and finding support in pursuing interests;
  • Small class sizes encourage more engaging approaches to classroom instruction;
  • Students are challenged to stretch their minds and abilities through considering deep questions and purposeful projects;
  • Students are prepared with the skills, knowledge, and attributes necessary for success in college and career, and are able to take charge of their own learning;
  • Student have opportunities to apply their knowledge and skill to the service of others and the community;
  • Venture has great teachers!

 We encourage you to read more about Venture High beginning with HS Curriculum & Instruction.

Our students do work that is:

good in quality,
good for the soul,
and good for the world.

Ron Berger