How Our Program Works
Our Learning Experience
Our academy provides flexible learning options for learners around the state of Colorado. We cater to passionate individuals who need flexibility in their lives, yet still, prioritize receiving a high-value education. Due to our adaptable study options, those enrolled at Shepherd Revolution Leadership Academy get the opportunity to progress through courses at the pace that works best for them.
See What Parents Like You Have Said From Our Pilot Launch....
“In public school, there is a lot of memorization, repetition, worksheets, and writing which are all valuable. This academy is special because it helps them find what makes them special and dive into what they're really interested in.”
Our Core Competencies
Developing a Shepherding Culture
Curiosity & Creativity
Our learners, volunteers, staff, and the board of directors will become eager to know or learn something and have the ability to invent and develop original ideas.
Critical Thinking & Courage
Our learners, volunteers, staff, and the board of directors will develop the ability to practice judging the merits and faults of something while having the ability to do something that frightens them.
Collaborate & Communication
Our learners, volunteers, staff, and the board of directors will master how to work with another person or group to achieve or do something by giving their time, treasure, or talent.
Compassion & Citizenship
Our learners, volunteers, staff, and the board of directors will become a person who sympathizes with the sufferings or misfortunes of others. As well as a responsible citizen who uses their political power to bring justice and opportunity for all.
Composure & Connection
Our learners, volunteers, staff, and the board of directors will become a person who can remain calm and collected instead of becoming overly emotional in order to build healthy relationships between two or more people.
What A Day Would Look Like at SRLA For a Learner (Fall 2023)
This is How We Will Do Education Differently
Guides and learners start off the day by focusing on connecting with each other by practicing being curious and caring. Studies show that the more connected we are with the people around us the more we feel that we belong.
Learners partner with their guide shepherd who will go through core subjects to build a healthy academic foundation: language arts, history and geography, visual arts, music, mathematics, and science.
Learners alongside their guide shepherds will engage electives covering Biblical studies, leadership and innovation
Learners will have the opportunity to explore project based learning that will allow them to collaborate, design, revise, and share their ideas and experiences with authentic audiences and supportive peer groups.
Learners will have the opportunity to collaborate with other learners on various debates, creative circles and socratic discussion. As well as pursue the things that are interesting to them.