Eagle Rock School Holds a Trio of Accreditations

Our new director of Public Allies is no stranger to our mountainside campus, having served as the curriculum fellow back in 2008 and 2009.

In fact, for the past 15-plus years, Christi Kramer has worked with nonprofits that challenge traditional concepts of education and youth development. At Eagle Rock, she will be supporting and overseeing a dozen Public Allies fellows through their year of service, leadership and personal development. And with her guidance, we expect these fellows to become members of a new generation of leaders in education reform, inspiring change in educational and non-profit organizations across the nation.

In The News

Engaging the Disengaged: How One School Re-Engages Students in Learning

We’re pleased to present Eagle Rock’s chapter in the National Society for the Study of Education 2014 Yearbook entitled Engaging Youth in Schools: Evidence-Based Models to Guide Future Innovations. Engagement can prevent struggling students from dropping out, and re-engagement in learning can help struggling students who have dropped out return to school and graduate. This […]

In The News – Public Allies, Idealist, and how changemakers are tackling education in Colorado

Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center is located in Estes Park, Colorado, nestled in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. A corporate social responsibility initiative of the American Honda Motor Company, Eagle Rock is a tuition-free residential high school for students who have not succeeded in conventional schools. It also houses a professional development […]