The Enrollment Lottery is now completed.
We are continuing to accept Letters of Intent for all grades,
and children will be added to wait lists, first come, first served.
Please visit the Enrollment Process page for more information.
Jim Heitzmann has over thirty years of experience in overseeing and directly managing restaurants along the Front Range. Now retired from this work, he continues to do consulting work as well as invest in local real estate opportunities. He also assists his wife, a published novelist, with the business side of her writing career. Mr. Heitzmann graduated from Colorado College with a BA in Political Science and received a Masters in International Management from the Graduate School of International Management in Arizona. He and his wife have four grown children. [2nd Term: March 2018]
Tim Seibert was a member of the founding Board of Thomas MacLaren School. He completed one term during which he served as Board Secretary, Board Vice-Chair and Board Chair as well as heading up the Facilities Committee. After a three year break, he has been reappointed onto the Board and serves again as the chair of the Facilities Committee. Mr. Seibert is an owner/principal in the land planning and landscape architecture firm N.E.S. As a small business owner, Mr. Seibert must be actively engaged in the financial and operational aspects of the company; he is also the principal-in-charge of many planning, design, and construction projects throughout Colorado. Mr. Seibert received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) from Ball State University and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) from the University of Colorado. He and his wife have two children at MacLaren. [1st Term: June 2017]
Tim Fuller has taught at Colorado College since 1965. He served as Acting President from August 2001 to January 2002. Before that he was Dean of the Faculty and College from 1992 to 1999. He chaired the Political Science Department from 1985 to 1991. He received a Ph.D. (with distinction) from Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore) in 1971, an M.A. in 1965 and a B.A. from Kenyon College in 1961. He is widely published in his field of philosophy and political science. [1st Term: December 2018]