Student sitting in the quad calling their representatives

In high school, a donut bribe goes a long way. This year, the CRMS Environmental Club has a new focus: political action. Every Wednesday after household jobs, you can find…

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Buddhist statue at the Zen Center Crestone, CO

Wednesday and Thursday, November 4 and 5; fourteen of my Eastern Philosophy & Religion students participated in a two-evening seminar with Christian Dillo Roshi, the Director and Main Teacher of…

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During a time of significant uncertainty, one thing is for sure—young people are our future. We look to them for inspiration, we want to know their opinions, and we trust…

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Colorado Rocky Mountain School fosters long-standing relationships with the Aspen Valley’s most impactful organizations It’s no secret that Aspen is home to some of the best outdoor opportunities in the…

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CRMS partnered with Aspen Valley Land Trust to work on a Riparian Restoration Project on the north end of campus.  Click here to view “The Point” a video produced by…

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Student journalist Sarah Teague ’20 joined KDNK station manager Gavin Dahl on Booked to talk about student publication The Olive Branch, her summer academy at The New York Times, and her…

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The CRMS Community Award is the highest recognition the school community can bestow on a student. Those who receive the award embody the enduring values that have been at the…

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It is widely understood that human beings are social learners and that everything that we know outside of our own experience is based on a platform of social trust. Whether…

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