School Update, COVID-19 Response
Our Castle Pines campus has re-opened and we have new safety guidelines in place.
We encourage new families to contact us about in-person one-to-one instruction for your student.
Take advantage of the one-to-one instruction that works. At Brightmont Academy, we identify and support the needs of each student, whether they struggle with depression and/or anxiety, learning disabilities, health issues or other special needs.
Brightmont’s educational model is mastery-based, empowering students to actively engage in their studies at their own pace while being challenged and supported throughout the learning process. We offer a range of programs including full-time school, individual courses, tutoring, skill-building programs, and summer school.
Help your child grow academically while building confidence. Contact Campus Director Carrie Rachal to develop a customized learning plan that best supports your child’s specific academic needs.
You are invited to schedule a consultation and campus tour with Campus Director Carrie Rachal. Please complete our contact us form for more information. Read our new health and safety measures below before your appointment.
New Health and Safety Measures
At Brightmont Academy, health and safety are important to us. We are implementing the following safety measures:
- face masks must be worn on campus by everyone
- students are getting online instruction until further notice
- teachers have returned to campus and are maintaining social distancing by working in their classrooms, not congregating in hallways, and eating lunch separately
- every classroom has their own pen/pencil holder, CDC approved disinfecting spray, wipes, and basket to throw out used wipes. Everything is labeled for the specific classroom including pencil holder, chairs, hand sanitizer, etc.
- We will not be using the kitchen as of now, but that may change over the next few weeks
- visitors will have their temperature taken at the door
Enhanced Well-Being at Brightmont
83% of full-time students boost their confidence after transferring to Brightmont.
Meet Carrie Rachal
Castle Pines Campus Director
Carrie Rachal, msol
Carrie is proud to be the campus director of the new Broomfield and Castle Pines campuses, and give every Brightmont student the opportunity to flourish with our effective one-to-one school model. From the start of the admissions process to graduation, Carrie sees that each student gets the individualized support they need to plan for and achieve their academic goals. With a strong background in leadership, Carrie guides her team of teachers to help students build academic skills, raise confidence, and overcome personal challenges. She encourages innovative thinking and interpersonal communication among students and staff alike, to promote a positive and friendly campus culture.
Carrie has been instrumental in leading teams as a campus director, director of admissions, and national admissions specialist in education for several years. In addition to her accomplishments in the field, she has earned a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Colorado State University and a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of New Orleans.
Call Carrie at (720) 961-5091 or send her a message.
Our unique one-to-one instructional model offers consistency and structure to allow students to grow academically and personally.