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PK-8
Public charter
Aurora, CO
Students enrolled: 450
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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14100 East Jewell Ave
Aurora, CO 80012

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(303) 377-0758
(303) 597-1547
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December 18, 2014
I really love the work my son as being doing with a teacher by the name of Mrs. Anderson his behavior has been out of this world. Before my son started at Axl Academy he was not focus at school at all but since he started working with Mrs. Anderson he can't wait to get to school and work with her. Thank you Mrs. Anderson and thank you Axl. We need more teachers like Mrs. Anderson.

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2014
I attended AXL Academy when it first started in 2008. In the begging it was an excellent school. I am now in highschool and I am reflecting on the school. The education is excellent. I learned topics well above my grade level. The community was amazing! The staff and several scholars have shaped me to be prepared for what ls next, BUT there is a lot of room for improvement at AXL. The loss of great teachers over the years effected my class. In our 8th grade year we had 6 teachers that left our middle school. We don't have lockers or a gym and our playground was parking lot. I believe AXL can strive into a better school if they get third act together.

- submitted by a community member
September 10, 2014
Thumbs down. The school is way to small, horrible teachers, no gym, no nothing. And I feel really bad about the middle schoolers. Seriously? No lockers, no library, and as I said, no gym. I know this is a K-8 school, but seriously you guys need to work on your school, and make a better playground. The playground is A PARKING LOT. Seriously? I've attended this school for 6 years. 6 years! And I decided not to pass into the middle part of the school. If they at least had 2 of the things I mentioned above, then I would've considered even thinking about going back. WORK ON THE SCHOOL IT NEEDS IMPROVING

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2014
First year at AXL with elementary and middle students.Wish I read the comments before I enrolled. Curriculum OUTSTANDING. Faculty HORRIBLE. Nice but their lack of competency is so bad it out ways the great curriculum. Teachers, counselors, directors and principle make up rules as they go. Unwritten rules are unfair to the kids. When caught in a lie make every excuse possible, more concerned with justifying their wrong than fixing their mistake. Do exactly what they tell kids not to do; no integrity or ownership. Lost great teacher this year. STEP program is a joke; it s not fair and not effective at all. Scholar dollars program wonderful concept but terribly managed by some. No gym. The playground is a parking lot. Young inexperienced teachers w/ no kids themselves coupled with overcrowded classes spells disaster. Need more parent/grandparent teachers? My kids perform well academically. Feel sorry for kids with any challenges because this school is EXTREMELY petty. My standards are too high for this AXL faculty and it starts at the top (principle - teachers), it is so bad you really wish someone from Candid Camera came out and relived you of this bad joke. Retraining required.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2014
One word. Joke - Poor location, inadequate teachers and staff and ready to pull after this year.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2014
Great PK-8 school for kids in Aurora. Excellent teachers. All really care about our kids. So much better than our local elementary school and middle school.

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2014
Love this place! My kid is flourishing here! Great teachers and an awesome program. Love our teacher and the kids in our class. We have become great friends with parents of kids in our class. We are extremely happy there.

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2013
Axl has an expeditionary way of learning, which is great for most kiddos. They have uniforms which is great to be seen as the person not brand names of clothing. Healthy eating strongly encouraged however the hot lunches are something to be desired taste and cost wise. They have small classes from preschool to 8th that helps so much with the one on one attention they need. Not a whole lot of coed classes so therefore they can concentrate on school work. I Dislike that there is no music, nor field for kids to play, nor gym classes but with clubs hoping the students get what they need there. Come the end of the year the lack of staff retention, hoping the glitch there gets worked out because there have been some pretty awesome teachers in there that have left after only a year some not even lasting that long.

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2013
This school has been a gift to the community. We are blessed to be members of this magical community. Our class and our teacher are warm, kind and we love being a part of the AXL family.

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2013
This school is changing kids' lives in a very meaningful way through education, healthy living, excellent mentoring and modeling from teachers. It is the best we have found. I don't understand what the negative comments are even about. Smart staff, underserved kids, grateful parents and lots of love and hard work fills the place to move us all forward.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2013
Axl has a wonderful way of learning. Love the uniforms, healthy eating strongly encouraged, pre k-8, small classes, and no coed classes. Dislike that there is no music, art, nor field for kids to play, nor gym classes and lack of staff retention.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2013
My daughter has attended this school for the past two years and I couldn't be more happier with all of the developing and growing she has done. My son has to go to another APS school because he is in Special Ed and I have seen the comparrison first hand between schools. Axl blows the other school out of the water! My daughter has teachers who truly care about her and her achievements. They don't think of teaching as just a job, I see the passion they have for teaching. The front office and paras are always smiling and welcoming, I always feel included in her education. She wouldn't want to go anywhere else even if I gave her the choice. I feel like they are challenged academically and I think it is great that they learn to speak spanish at an early age.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2013
Horrible school. Never put your kids there. Poor education. Teachers change all the time. Kids have to struggle with unprofessional substitute teachers all year. What kind of education kids can receive? All 2013 school year kids never had ELD teacher. Instead of that they force to learn Spanish. Principal is selfish. She never think about kids first

- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2012
My child is doing great at this school academically. and I am very pleased with her accomplishments. However, I'm disappointed in the administration of the school. My main concerns is the children and preached integrity and ethics, yet the administration does not act with integrity or ethics. The head of school seems to be under the impression she is a queen and this is her throne. Does the head of school not understand she would not have a school or her salary if it wasn't for the scholars? In a financial crisis for schools, her decision is to hire her a personal assistance over a math tutor or an art teacher, or someone who would benefit the children. Afterall, the school is about children, not the head of school...or so I always thought. This decision is very selfish. And then there is the director of operations, who has no children and has never worked in a school, yet in charge of how the school operates. The director of Ops never smiles, doesn't talk to the kids, and hides in her office. We need a friendly face in the school not an angry person who barks demands. Until the school administration starts putting the children first, the school will continue to struggle.

- submitted by a parent
September 24, 2012
I have a Kindergartener and a Second grader. This is their first year at AXL Academy and I could not be more pleased! I have not seen a group of teachers care more about their students than the teachers here. My children are greeted everyday by at least 3 happy - smiling adults. I feel so good knowing that the entire staff loves these children and truly wants the best for them. AXL's style of learning is much different than other public schools. They teach the students important content in an enriching "hands on" fashion. My students are learning how to learn and how to think for themselves, which is a really important skill to have in the 21st century. I am thankful that the Administration deals quickly and abruptly with disciplinary actions. There can be a lot of chaos in today's classroom, but this school tries to "nip it in the bud" So far, I am very happy with this school and the caring teachers and staff. I think AXL has come a long way from the opening of the school until now. This is a great place for your children! P.S. I love that my students are already starting to speak Spanish every chance they get! Too Cool!

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2011
Can't understand why parents are saying this is such a great school! My kids went to this school for two years. Rev foods may be healthy, but the kids don't like them & they are too expensive. The CSAP scores are WAY BELOW the state average, and only getting worse as the grades go up. Parents, look under test scores and compare the csap scores to other public schools, even other charter schools. The school can't even fill up their older grades, like 7th & 8th, cuz by this time, parents have realized how far behind their children are that they are taking their kids out. When my kids went back to public school, they were soo far BEHIND, that it has taken one of my children nearly two years to catch back up. My other child is an honors student & was behind also. It looks like the students are doing well, but not when you compare them to other schools. AXL also spends less per student than other schools. Look at the financials, the school is not doing well. The principal increases her salary and tries to get away with cutting all other teachers & support staff salaries. Plus having the cost of uniforms & than regular clothes for when your child is out of school.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2011
We are in our first year at AXL as our daugher is only in preschool. So far we have nothing but rave reviews. We have seen a tremendous growth in knowledge. We love that they are teaching 6 principles of character as well as academics, and really guiding the children into becoming productive, and efficient members of society. The preschool teachers are currently wonderful, our daughter who does not easily warm up to people insists on giving them hugs before she leaves every day, and asked about them repeatedly during fall break. I have also been impressed by the second grade girls teacher, who teaches my niece. Overall, we are planning on having both of our girls stay here through 8th grade.

- submitted by a parent
September 30, 2011
This is our 1styear at Axl Academy. I have 3 kids who previously attended regular public school. Axl has surpassed my every expectation from quality of the teaching and teachers to communication with parents & safety of my children. I have seen incredible growth in my children in the past 2 months academically, socially, & culturally. The best feeling as a parent is to see & feel the teachers &staff's desire to connect with each individual student & go above & far beyond their call of duty as educators to help my child grow, teaching them to be great learners and people of character. My kids love it too!, to the point that missing one day of school makes them very unhappy. Instead of my kids "just getting through school," they are building the basis of a lifetime of learning. Any issues or concerns I have had have been dealt with by the Axl leadership &staff with complete appropriateness & priority. Communication is not strained, noone gets on the defensive, & they do their best to relate & take appropriate actions to resolve the littliest of concern. They take their role as educators seriously on every level. Never before have I experienced this level of excellence.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2011
This is our second year with Axl Academy, to say I'm pleased with my child's progress so far would be a gross understatement. She has excelled in many different subjects. Last year her teachers were amazing. Her teacher from last year rotated up with her. Which I think is wonderful. Not only do I love this school, my friends who have children around the same age do as well. One friend was able to get her child enrolled and other's are on the waiting list. There is definitely a difference between Axl and regular public schools, you can see that in how well the classrooms and hallways are monitored/controlled and in the children's behavior. My child's class had 16 students last year, 21 now. You can't find that in public schools. Some parents previous comments state that improvements need to be made regarding the office staff and how they respond to issues... However, I have yet to have an issue with the staff, all of my concerns have been addressed and solved in a timely fashion, my child's safety is not a concern. I only feel that Axl lacks a music program, other than that I wouldn't change a thing! I can't wait to see how all the plans they have to grow and get better turn out!

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2011
My granddaughter attends AXL Academy and has been there for the past 3 years. She previously attended a Christian Elementary school starting in Pre-K I believe enrolling her into this school was probably one of the best choices her parents have ever made. Her attitude and awareness is so much more developed than the majority of the kids in our neighborhood of the same age. One of the things that has greatly impressed me is the maturity of the students. I pick her up from school very day and she is walked to my car by one of the teachers even though they know who I am. It just makes me feel that her safety is very important to them. I truly hope that they are able to continue adding grades so that she can further her education with them. Just sign me. "Gramma" They all know me

- submitted by a community member
February 07, 2011
I feel so fortunate to have my child go to this school. The amount of attention my daughter receives from her teachers is priceless! I have another child that attends a different public school and the difference is very apparent.... Not only in the school work but the behavior of the students when they're walking in the hallway or doing activities! Love the school schedule, love the instructors, love the dress code.... Highly reccomend it!!

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2010
Axl Academy is an absolutely wonderful school. The teachers are fantastic. They are dedicated, passionate, and care about my child and her success. The school is managed well. There is structure and high goals in place. My child is developing in all areas and most importantly loves going to school and learning.

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2010
As stated below, this school is only getting better as time goes on. Just like any growing organization, there have been growing pains. With the restructure of administration into an actual leadership team and the hiring of additional staff, AXL now has the support and resources to improve support for teachers and in turn improve classroom performance. As this school grows, so will the AXL scholars. I'll sum up my experience with a conversation I had with a 5th grade scholar recently... "I want to go to college" I asked : why's that? "Because my teacher told me I could"

- submitted by a teacher
October 12, 2010
My two boys have been with Axl since the very first year Axl started.. Axl gets better every year! I love to hear my second grader talk about sedimentary rocks and how they are formed, we go hiking and it feels like he's taking me on fieldwork. My fifth grader talks with passion about Native American Indians and their history with pottery.. Their vocabulary has improved tremendously. I love that a character learning target is taught on a day to day basis, this helps my boys grow into respectful, responsible young men who will know how to deal with tough situations as they come. I could go on and on about Axl Academy and the great things that are taught there everyday, but I encourage parents and families to go and observe for themselves, as Axl is a hands on school, parents should experience this revolution themselves.s

- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2010
Having taught in other schools, I can truly say that AXL is an amazing learning community supporting a diverse range of children. In each class the students are pushed to be creative, think critically, and take ownership of their actions. I plan on continuing to work at this school for years to come.

- submitted by a teacher
October 11, 2010
AXL is an amazing school in only its third year of existence. The solid principles that the school was founded on are evident everywhere in the school and in everything that scholars do here. The caliber of both the administration and teachers is extraordinary. AXL is a truly authentic learning community. I have been teaching for 10 years. This is my first year at AXL and I have been revitalized by the energy of this place and the people who make this school great.

- submitted by a teacher
September 09, 2010
This is a great school. 20 students per classroom, where else can you get that? This is my child's 2nd year at AXL. This year they finally have enough office support and you can tell the difference. I wish more of us who love this school would review it on this website.

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2010
This school could be amazing if someone else were running it! The Head of School's arrogance and controlling manner are stifling. Parents are treated as obstacles rather than resources. The well being of students as children is not a priority with the administration and they feel it. My children did not feel safe at this school and some days I was uncomfortable with it as well. The teachers are great, but the failings of the Head of School completely over shadow the school's greatest assets. The CSAP cheating allegations were handled very poorly and the school looked bad in the end, especially on the news. I don't trust the administration of this school and my children will not be back. That's sad since we invested 2 years with high hopes.

- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2010
We just finished our 2nd year at AXL. We could not be happier with the teachers or the curriculum - our daughter is thriving! We are concerned that parents are not listened to by the administration. Decisions are made when many parents have expressed concern or opposition, and their opinions are ignored and the decision is pushed through. Please remember to put the kids first. We don't get a redo on their education.

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2010
Sadly was a nightmare, my son was there for 2 years at first was ok but on the second year he have the worse time of his live, the teacher was very unskilled and the kids pay for that, she think all the kids have some problems and they most be medicated on is class she complein about almost all the kids ,and the personal do not make you feel welcome they do not say hi to others kids parents so if you want your kid be interested in school don,t go there

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May 13, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2010
Sadly, 2 years in I will be sending my daughter back to her old school. She has had two very wonderful teachers these last two years, but there are so many discipline issues in the class that she is constantly distracted. Bullying is a problem and when taken to the administration it's actually turned around on the child that is being bullied, as if it's his fault that this is happening. This happened to another family member with a child there, I was appalled....I've heard this from other families so it's not an isolated incident. Tell me why this school can not retain teachers? I understand growing pains, but if a teacher/staff member has a difference of opinion with the director, they are asked to leave and it's presented as a resignation. Parents don't volenteer due to poor treatment, I can go on. Time to cut our losses.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2010
Sadly we too have a very bad experience with AXL as to their way of handling bullying and discipline at the school. It seems that they just want to put whatever happens under a rug and pretend nothing is wrong. And then the results of the 3rd grade CSAP reading tests are simply disappointing. I can't believe that they only have about 50% of the class passing the test. We too will be moving our children to a different school next school year, as it simply isn't worth the agony to deal with an administration that doesn't care for the children.

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2010
AXL Is an excellent school. They focus on academics rather than the fluff. My daughter struggled in the traditional school setting and at AXL she has excelled. I love the teachers and staff. They are very supportive and if you ever have a concern they are responsive and professional.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2010
My daughter has shown great improvement since we have moved her to Axl. Teachers provide great support while the curriculum is set to the needs of the individual student. Highly suggested.

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2010
I agree with the previous posters review. I had high hopes for this school when they opened. Now in our second year, I am scrambling to find another option for my childrens' education. The school does not take responsibilty for anything. Any issues that arise they try and sweep them under the rug and act like it is not a big deal. The head of the school is a complete joke! I have no idea how she manages to keep her job.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2010
After removing my child from this school and placing child back into regular public school, I have seen amazing changes. Attitudes, behaviors and confidence has been restored to the positive. Love of going to school, reading and math has improved in a short amount of time. I am the first to admit I bought into the stories of public schools not doing their job, and now I see they are really focused on our kids and have teachers with real compassion for kids education. I found that AXL is only focused on the Head of School's righteousness and unwillingness to admit wrongs or address real issues. Her heart is not on our kids but on the next grant check and board meeting to make her point. If she could step back and see the damage I think her brilliance could right AXL but I am afraid pride is bigger than cause.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2010
Not pleased thus far with administration. Inconsistencies in discipline regime. Teacher is good otherwise. Limited playground area. No music program in place.

- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2010
After attending public school my child was 1 year behind academically. At AXL Academy his teacher and staff have worked hard to help him catch up. They know that their methods will teach any child. Considering the diverse range of students that came in the first year the teachers and staff have molded together a great group of students who will really excel in the years to come.

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2010
I have to completely disagree with the other negative posts. AXL might be working out kinks, but the idea and the intentions are strong. I am looking forward to another great term this year.

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2010
Pulled our student out after the first year. Very disappointing. Our student's class was unruly and cruel to other students. Administration appeared hostile and unwilling to address problems.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2010
I have loved getting to know the staff and the fellow parents. Anything revolutionary is going to have a growth phase. The school has really come into it's own. Very impressed with the teachers.

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February 07, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2010
Negativity can not move us forward. I have been incredibly impressed with the staff and respect I have been shown at this school.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2010
I love this school so far. The school is small and thus my child gets a lot of individualized attention. The class sizes are kept small and my child is having a great time at this school. Her teacher is wonderful and I love the principal and her involvement with all the kids.

- submitted by a parent
December 31, 2009
We are not going to return next year. My child has fallen behind in several areas. We had such high hopes. Poor administrator. Teachers are ok. Too many negatives.

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2009
Unfortunately, the previous parent's post rings true for me as well. I was also told repeatedly that my son was doing well and right on track on all of the learning targets. However, after transferring him back to his old school, I found out that he was actually performing behind a whole grade level. After extensive work between myself and his new teachers, he is back on track.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 10, 2009
I think although AXL has good intensions the school and its teachers need a lot of work. My daughter attended the first year AXL opened. She was a first grader at the time. I was told she was doing a good job and that she was right on track. It was not until leaving the school and transferring my daughter to a new school when we realized that she was not only struggling in school, but the basics she should have known were totally missed. She did a great job signing songs and learning about Ants, and Bee s, but was not being taught the proper fundamentals in order to succeed in an environment outside of AXL. We have spend thousands of dollars in order to get her caught up to grade level. I'm just glad I got her out in time to correct the problem.

- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2009
As a parent with a child into the second year of this school I would have to agree with the previous review. Discipline is an issue and it is not consistant. It just depends on who the child is and if you have complained to the administration and teacher (your child is retaliated against.)I would use extreme caution in deciding on this school. When a child no longer wants to go to school there is something terribly wrong.

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2009
This is our first year at axle and so far so good the student led confrence went well with both my boys I always feel welcome at the school and my kids are learning tons of new things. I hope this little school keeps doing what they are doing.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 03, 2009
I am a parent of two students at AXL. I fell in love with all the dreams and hopes for this school. I must say I'm a little disappointed with the vice principal and how teachers, parents and students are treated by her. She is completley disrespectful and and abuses her authority. I know this first hand because I volunteer regularly at the school and I have seen it . I was surprised to see how many teachers didnt return this year and I strongly believe it was due to this person. Its unfortunate that both of the teachers that were supposed to be with my children for the 2nd year didnt return and they were great! I have great hopes for this school and hope that the bad seed can be weeded out. The playground is so small and not geared toward the older students at all. Lunch is expensive

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 07, 2009
I love the fact that my child feels safe at school. I love the fact that 'older' children in the grades above him are considered mentors and not bullies. I love the fact that his teacher gives him education websites to visit and he can come home do his homework and still want to get on the computer to learn about adverbs, verbs, nouns over and over again!!!!

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2009
A SCHOOL is more than just greeting child. Just because the admin does this does not mean they have it all together. You need to get behind the door and observe, watch, then you will be able to better determine the validity of this charter school. My children are not attending. This was not a good decision we made & have chosen different avenue.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2009
Not impressed with administration. They are not familiar enough with children that have any kind if learning challenge. In fact they scrutinize these children. They need to have some respect for the children and parents. Taking my children back to their old school.

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2009
I agree with the previous poster. So far, my experience has been positive and you have to consider how difficult it must be to start a school. Hot lunches are now in place, ahead of schedule BTW, and my child loves them! Teachers are great, and so is the admin staff. I participate in the classroom every week, and I'm very happy with dicipline, teaching methods, amount of homework and curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2009
Considering AXL's only just starting their 2nd school year I think overall they have done a great job. I have read all of the reviews and I too have had my upsets around the administration and the way certain things have been handled, but like any new relationship or business it will take time to work out the kinks. When it really comes down to it I looked at what was important to me; it's simply that my children are in a safe environment that will not only teach them the fundamental skills of reading, writing etc., but will instill in them the importance of integrity, respect & responsibility, things that will provide a strong foundation to carry them thru life. AXL's dream for our children's future is bigger than any other school I know of & for that I think they are above most.

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August 27, 2009
I did fail to mention in my previous post how incredible the 3rd grade teachers, kindergarten teachers, and the lady at the front desk are-these ladies are the kindest, most caring, and talented people I have encoutered at the school.

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July 10, 2009
treated as a child instead of a teacher.

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