Logan School For Creative Learning

Logan School For Creative Learning

The Logan School for Creative Learning is a private school in Denver, Colorado enrolling gifted students in grades K through 8. The school focuses on experiential learning as its educational method.

It was started in the 1981 as "The Denver School" by Patricia McKinnell, the current Dean of Students. Since 1999 Logan has been located on Lowry Air Force Base, where it is one of several independent schools on a 1,866-acre (7.55 km2) former military site that is being redeveloped as a mixed-use urban community.

The mission of The Logan School for Creative Learning is to provide an experience-based educational opportunity for gifted children of all backgrounds that allows each child to develop individually to his or her full potential."

Logan was tenderly guided by Andrew Slater, the past head of school, for seven years. Andrew spearheaded the mission to rebuild Logan, as he helped orchestrate a five million dollar renovation. Andrew's effect is still felt by the Logan community today.

Mark Niedermier is the current Head of School. His innovative thinking and creative means of instituting the Logan philosophy are some of his renowned talents. His past positions include Head of School at Friends School of Minnesota and Pacific Northern Academy in Alaska.

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