St. John The Baptist School

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Saturday, August 19th from 2:30 - 4:30

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We have been voted the Number One School in Longmont!  Check out the pull-out magazine in the Longmont Times Call from Sunday, May 28th.  Spread the good news.  If you know of a new neighbor or a family member considering the educational options for their children, please encourage them to come see us for a tour of the school. Congratulations to our 8th Grade Class of 2017!  You will be missed.  Parents who gift their children with a Catholic education are laying the foundation that will inspire and guide them through their lifetime. Tour our school by calling 303-776-8760.  SJB Families --Get all your inside information about our school at

News & Announcements

Safe Environment Training with Fr. Daniel

Calling all volunteers who haven't taken this training mandated by the Archdiocese of Denver and want to work with our students during the coming school year. We will have a training on Wednesday, August 23rd in Benedict Hall at 5:30 p.m.

Help Us Plan Our Annual Golf Tournament!

Meetings are Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. beginning August 3rd. This event is hosted by St. John's Knights of Columbus Council #14898. Please help them raise money for SJB School!

Annual Golf Tournament

Our Knights of Columbus Council #14898 is planning our annual golf tournament held at the beautiful Saddleback Golf Course in Firestone. Please prayerfully consider playing in the tournament, being a sponsor, or donating funds to offset the costs of the tournament.

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Upcoming Events

Back-To-School Ice Cream Social
Date: 8/19/2017, 2:30 PM 4:30 PM
First Day of School
Date: 8/21/2017, 8 AM 11 AM

Mission of Catholic Schools

Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Denver exist to cultivate in students and the whole community a love for Jesus Christ, fidelity to His Church, and commitment to the dignity of the human person. They seek to assist parents in forming their children in moral and academic excellence. In developing the talents of every student to the fullest, they seek to evangelize and serve the wider community in the name of the Gospel.

The Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools is committed to the development of the whole child - moral, spiritual, academic, and physical. For parents and grandparents who attended Catholic schools, enrolling today constitutes a desirable, continuing legacy.