Confidence that our children will experience more complete development and unsurpassed academic and personal success. The reasons to believe Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Denver can deliver the promise are:
- Catholic faith formation
- Nurturing community
- Reinforce family environment
- Rigorous academic curriculum
Mission of Catholic Schools
Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Denver exist to cultivate in students and the whole school 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.
All Archdiocesan elementary and high schools are accredited by the North Central Accrediting Association and certified as Catholic through the Catholic School Endorsement of the Office of Catholic Schools. All Catholic preschool and elementary school before and after school care programs are licensed by the Colorado Department of Human Services.
the Office of Catholic Schools
the spirit of servant leadership, the Office of Catholic Schools
provides vision, direction, and supervision to the Archdiocesan
Catholic school communities in order to assist them in the achievement
of their mission.
Catholic Schools Administration
The Office of Catholic Schools is staffed by a group of individuals
dedicated to supporting the educators, parents, and students of
Catholic Schools within the Archdiocese.
Sister Elizabeth Youngs,
Barbara Bayne-Anglada, Special Programs Director and Assistant to the Superintendent
Lilian Pruneda, Administrative Assistant
Bonnie Vinnai, Executive Secretary