Rocky Mountain Digital Academy is a public school located in Greenwood Village, CO. It has 103 students in grades 8-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 12% of students are at least proficient in math and 17% in reading.
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Rocky Mountain Digital Academy Reviews
RMDA is an amazing opportunity as they allow high school students to take full time college credits while still working on their high school degree. That being said, if it weren't for that perk never would I recommend the Trinidad Colorado site to anyone. The staff are nice enough, but the entire time I was there it felt unorganized. Also, while it allowed me a jump-start on my college education, in terms of actually preparing me for life past high school, especially for university, it was subpar at best.
Rocky Mountain Digital Academy (RMDA) to me was a good school because since it was a college prep school we were expected to maintain a certain grade, usually higher than a C and were not allowed to pass certain material until we proved that we understood it well. To me this helped me push myself and actually learn something rather then slightly pass it and never touch it again. Another thing I enjoyed about the school was that I could go at my own pace and was allowed to take college courses and get credit as high school and college credit.
I liked that there is a lot of flexibility. However, I had to learn what I was doing really fast. RMDA went through a lot of changes throughout the past three years I've been here. My teachers changed, my coaches changed, and my entire curriculum changed. I think I've been through at least four different coaches/advisement teachers, and I am going to change again in the fall semester. They all either quit, were fired, or they were just temporary. It's hard to stay a successful student when nothing in your school is consistent. They offer a lot of great opportunities, but you can't be afraid to ask questions. I ended up not even using the actual RMDA courses after they changed to the new curriculum. I tried it for a while, but it was not working for me. I ended up taking all concurrent enrollment and elective courses this past school year. I was only able to do this because I asked questions, and their ICAP councilor is a blessing.