We have been investing in future generations since our founding in 1922 by the Sisters of St. Francis.

We use an approved and effective curriculum from the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools to give parents confidence that their investment in Catholic education will support their child’s complete development and personal success. A rigorous, time-tested curriculum taught by committed faculty in a faith-based, nurturing environment results in measurably accomplished academic achievement. Catholic teachings, faith, and traditions are integral to a curriculum that reinforces what is taught at home, including virtues of discipline, respect, and responsibility which will provide guidance and inspiration as your child navigates life’s challenges.

The Office of Catholic Schools provides courses of study/curriculum guides for mandatory use in all Archdiocesan and Parish Catholic schools. Curriculum evaluation committees consisting of teachers, principals, and other curriculum experts are responsible for assisting the Associate Superintendent in reviewing, revising, and developing implementation for individual subject areas of the curriculum. Changes to curriculum areas are made according to a set subject rotation, as determined by the Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Staff Development with the approval of the Superintendent. Those specific academic guidelines may be found here.

Textbooks are a support for professional teachers, not a curriculum in themselves. Teachers and principals will ensure that students’ formation includes faith formation and rigorous academics regardless of the textbooks used.

Additional specials offered are Music, PE, Spanish, and Art.

For families wishing to continue their child’s Catholic education in high school, please see the Parent Guide to Catholic High Schools in the Archdiocese of Denver.