Rocky Mountain Classical Academy chose to use the St. Baldrick's Day supporting those with cancer to support one of their own students. The school originally kept the student's identity private, but the student's parents gave permission for his name to be released to the wider RMCA community.
Fifteen students (including middle school and elementry students), Dave Harvey (a teacher), and Scott Cathey (Board Chairman) had their heads shaved to raise support for the RMCA student. The student was able to view the event on May 11 via Skype from his hospital room. The student is scheduled to have surgery on three brain tumors soon.
The RMCA community raised $3,800.