The School Excellence Committee’s purpose is to cultivate, support and promote academic and cultural excellence for all students at Animas High School. This working group is responsible for developing and recommending policies to the Board consistent with the school charter and the promises made to our community. The SEC is also chartered with overseeing the ongoing evaluation of the school’s academic performance and developing strategies for academic improvement. As a standing Board Committee, the chair of the SEC provides periodic updates to the Board of Directors.

SEC email: [email protected]

Advancement Committee

Through strategic planning and the implementation of best practices in fundraising, enrollment management, and marketing and communication, the Advancement Committee supports the long term viability and sustainability of the school.

email: [email protected]


The owning entity of our facility. (This corporation owns our site)

Super technical terms:The corporation is organized for and shall be operated exclusively for charitable or educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”). The purpose of the corporation is to hold title to property and otherwise act to facilitate the operations of Animas High School, a Colorado nonprofit corporation and charter school (the “Charter School”), and to otherwise promote public and charter school education, and specifically for the following activities:
(A) acquiring, leasing (as lessor or lessee), constructing, improving, equipping and financing various facilities, land, equipment and other improvements in connection with property intended to be leased to the Charter School, and in this connection and without limiting the generality of any of the foregoing, the corporation is empowered to hold, own, improve, use and otherwise deal in and with real and personal property, or any interest therein and to make contracts and incur liabilities, and to secure any of its obligations by mortgage, deed to secure debt, deed of trust, creation of a security interest in, or other encumbrances on or all or any part of its property, franchise and income; and
(B) any lawful act or activity for which nonprofit corporations may be organized under the Act (defined below), so long as the same are necessary, appropriate, suitable or convenient to accomplish the objects or purposes specified in subparagraph (i) above


The Finance Committee provides financial analysis, advice, and oversight of the AHS budget and financial statements.


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