Jason Elliott

Jason is extremely passionate about his family, faith, education, and soccer–especially Liverpool Football Club!  He loves spending time with his wife Heather, and his kids Noah, Carter, and Brielle. Jason grew up in Aurora, attending Arkansas Elementary, Mrachek Middle School, and Rangeview High School. He captained the Rangeview Soccer team before accepting a scholarship to play soccer and attend Bethany College in rural Lindsborg, Kansas. During his tenure at Bethany, he took advantage of a study abroad program and spent the spring of 2002 attending the University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham, England. While abroad, Jason traveled much of Western Europe, including stops in Wales, France, Spain, Italy, Monaco, Belgium, Switzerland, and Greece. After returning to Bethany, he received a degree in Communications and moved home to Aurora.
After working a short stint with the Westword Newspaper, Jason began coaching soccer at Rangeview High School while heading to the University of Colorado at Denver to study Education. After receiving his teaching credentials, he spent 2008-10 teaching Social Studies at Gateway High School and continued coaching soccer at Rangeview. In the fall of 2010, he started the soccer program at Vista PEAK Prep in Aurora. He joined the teaching staff at Vista PEAK in the fall of 2011 and taught Social Studies classes, as well as coached both Boys and Girls Soccer. He received a Master’s Degree in Administration and earned his Principal’s license in 2015. In 2016, he accepted a position as a Dean of Students at Vista PEAK.  
Jason is extremely grateful, and more than excited, to be the Middle School Assistant Principal at BFA. His goals are simple: Build relationships with as many students and families as possible, ensure our students are reaching their full academic, social, and emotional potential, and help our students prepare for the future.