Developing Young Leaders with a Heart for Serving Others
Save the Date
NLA 2015 will be held June 25–28, 2015, at the University of Denver
Early Bird Discount: Get $75 off per student when you apply and pay in full by April 1, 2015.
Frank DeAngelis, Principal of Columbine High School, has been named as NLA Honorary Chairman
National Leadership Academy is building America’s young leaders! There are three kinds of people in
the world: leaders, followers and skeptics. We take skeptics and followers and inspire them to lead. In a
four day intensive Academy featuring world class speakers, opportunities to serve in the greater Denver
community, outdoor team building and trust exercises and teaching, learning and growing all around
Leadership – it is amazing the dynamic change that takes place in our high school Academy!
to learn more about National Leadership Academy.
National Leadership Academy (NLA) is an intensive, 4-day academy for high school students held annually at the University of Denver. Young leaders from around the country come together to engage in leadership development workshops, hands-on community service, character development activities, and amazing team-building experiences. The mission of NLA is to create civic and service-minded young leaders by developing their leadership skills and heart for serving others.
NLA is officially named the Ben Graebel National Leadership Academy
in honor of the Graebel family. An admired, active community leader, Ben Graebel unselfishly devoted time and support to NLA and numerous other diverse community organizations.