Welcome and thank you for considering St. John the Baptist Catholic School! We are blessed to work in partnership with parents in guiding children through their academic, faith, and character exploration.
We are committed to reinforcing the family environment in a nurturing community which fosters faith, values, respect, and dignity while encompassing the ideals of sacrifice and service.
We are confident that during his or her learning career at St. John’s, your child will experience unsurpassed academic, personal, and spiritual success. Established and enriched by our parish family, St. John the Baptist Catholic School is committed to educating the whole child. Through our dedication to academic excellence, moral and spiritual development, and community service, we hope to inspire the leaders of tomorrow.
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We are now enrolling Pre-K through 8th grade. We would love to have your child attend our school for a day and shadow one of our students. Please contact our school office at 303-776-8760 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The primary goal of the program of instruction in the schools of the Archdiocese of Denver is to provide learning experiences which most effectively…
St. John the Baptist Catholic School is called by faith to proclaim the Risen Christ through the lives and experiences of its parents, students, and staff…
St. John’s mission since its founding in 1922 has been to cultivate intellectual, spiritual, physical, and emotional development in all of our students…
Early Learning Center
St. John the Baptist offers Preschool (3-year-old) and Pre-kindergarten (4-year-old) in the Early Childhood Education program. Our youngest students spend their days…
At St. John the Baptist Catholic School, student life is more than academics. We provide an array of rich opportunities for athletics, extra-curricular activities, leadership, service…
The technology curriculum at St. John the Baptist aims to support the classroom curriculum, teach students the responsible and ethical use of technology, and prepare students for high school and beyond.