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ARCHDIOCESE OF DENVER

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Proverbs tells us, “Train the young in the way they should go; even when old, they will not swerve from it” (Prov. 22:6). The formative years of elementary and secondary education offers parents the best opportunity to prepare their children to answer the universal call of holiness. What better way to do this than through Catholic education. The 36 schools of the Archdiocese of Denver seek to provide rigorous academics, engaging extracurriculars, and a Catholic environment to bring students into a relationship with Jesus Christ. We form intentional disciples, young men and women who are prepared to be saints and leaders in our communities.

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“The task of a teacher is not simply to impart information or to provide training in skills intended to deliver some economic benefit to society; education is not and must never be considered as purely utilitarian. It is about forming the human person, equipping him or her to live life to the full, in short it is about imparting wisdom. And true wisdom is inseparable from knowledge of the Creator, for “both we and our words are in his hand, as are all understanding and skill in crafts (Wis 7:16).”  - Pope Benedict 16th

In our 35 Catholic schools, we are blessed with so many teachers live by this! And today we get to honor one of them.  Mercedes Baeverstad, a kindergarten teacher at St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Longmont, recently received the Excellence in Teaching History Award. 

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an Excellence in Teaching History or Excellence in Planning History award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation. 

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and a desire to make disciples of their students.  We so appreciate all of their hard work. 👏🙏  Congrats, Mercedes!

“The task of a teacher is not simply to impart information or to provide training in skills intended to deliver some economic benefit to society; education is not and must never be considered as purely utilitarian. It is about forming the human person, equipping him or her to live life to the full, in short it is about imparting wisdom. And true wisdom is inseparable from knowledge of the Creator, for “both we and our words are in his hand, as are all understanding and skill in crafts (Wis 7:16).” - Pope Benedict 16th

In our 35 Catholic schools, we are blessed with so many teachers live by this! And today we get to honor one of them. Mercedes Baeverstad, a kindergarten teacher at St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Longmont, recently received the Excellence in Teaching History Award.

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an "Excellence in Teaching History" or "Excellence in Planning History" award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation.

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and a desire to make disciples of their students. We so appreciate all of their hard work. 👏🙏 Congrats, Mercedes!
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We are so very proud of our teachers who work incredibly hard to ensure the best possible education for our students. Thats why we love being able to celebrate some of our EXCELLENT teachers in our 35 Catholic schools!

Today we congratulate Mr. Paul Buchholz, middle school teacher at St. Pius X Catholic School Denver for his Exellence in Teaching of History at their school. 

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an Excellence in Teaching History or Excellence in Planning History award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation. 

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and a desire to make disciples of their students.  We so appreciate all of their hard work.

 👏🙏  Congrats, Paul!

We are so very proud of our teachers who work incredibly hard to ensure the best possible education for our students. That's why we love being able to celebrate some of our EXCELLENT teachers in our 35 Catholic schools!

Today we congratulate Mr. Paul Buchholz, middle school teacher at St. Pius X Catholic School Denver for his Exellence in Teaching of History at their school.

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an "Excellence in Teaching History" or "Excellence in Planning History" award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation.

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and a desire to make disciples of their students. We so appreciate all of their hard work.

👏🙏 Congrats, Paul!
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Excellence in our schools is something we strive for on a daily basis, but the fact is that it is our teachers who work incredibly hard to ensure the best possible education for our students. Thats why we love being able to celebrate some of our EXCELLENT teachers in our 35 Catholic schools!

Today we congratulate Danielle Charron of Blessed Miguel Pro Catholic Academy for her Excellence in Teaching History Award! She is a kindergarten teacher there. 

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an Excellence in Teaching History or Excellence in Planning History award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation. 

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and a desire to make disciples of their students.  We so appreciate all of their hard work. 👏🙏  Congrats, Danielle!

Excellence in our schools is something we strive for on a daily basis, but the fact is that it is our teachers who work incredibly hard to ensure the best possible education for our students. That's why we love being able to celebrate some of our EXCELLENT teachers in our 35 Catholic schools!

Today we congratulate Danielle Charron of Blessed Miguel Pro Catholic Academy for her Excellence in Teaching History Award! She is a kindergarten teacher there.

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an "Excellence in Teaching History" or "Excellence in Planning History" award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation.

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and a desire to make disciples of their students. We so appreciate all of their hard work. 👏🙏 Congrats, Danielle!
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1 day ago
Its been wonderful to be able to celebrate our EXCELLENT teachers in our 35 Catholic schools!

We congratulate Mrs. Sue from St. Therese Catholic School Aurora, CO for winning an Excellence in Teaching History Award! 
  
Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an Excellence in Teaching History or Excellence in Planning History award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation. 

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and we so appreciate their work. 👏🙏  Congrats, Mrs. Sue!!!

It's been wonderful to be able to celebrate our EXCELLENT teachers in our 35 Catholic schools!

We congratulate "Mrs. Sue" from St. Therese Catholic School Aurora, CO for winning an Excellence in Teaching History Award!

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an "Excellence in Teaching History" or "Excellence in Planning History" award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation.

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and we so appreciate their work. 👏🙏 Congrats, Mrs. Sue!!!
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Mrs. Sue is an amazing teacher and we're excited that our 2nd child will be with her next year! Congratulations.

We LOVED having Mrs. Sue for third grade! Anne talked of all of the fun ways Sue had to learn. Mrs. Sue is still Anne's favorite teacher of all time!

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What joy we have to be able to celebrate another EXCELLENT teacher in one of our 35 Catholic schools!
  
Meet Claudia Kapusinski, a middle school teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Classical School North.   
 
Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an Excellence in Teaching History or Excellence in Planning History award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation. 

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and we so appreciate their work. 👏🙏

What joy we have to be able to celebrate another EXCELLENT teacher in one of our 35 Catholic schools!

Meet Claudia Kapusinski, a middle school teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Classical School North.

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an "Excellence in Teaching History" or "Excellence in Planning History" award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation.

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and we so appreciate their work. 👏🙏
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2 days ago
Celebrating another EXCELLENT teacher in one of our 35 Catholic schools!  

Please help us in congratulating Kelly Harvey of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School!  Kelly is a 2nd grade teacher at BSCS.. 
 
Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an Excellence in Teaching History or Excellence in Planning History award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation. 

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and we so appreciate their work. 👏🙏

Celebrating another EXCELLENT teacher in one of our 35 Catholic schools!

Please help us in congratulating Kelly Harvey of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School! Kelly is a 2nd grade teacher at BSCS..

Only 13 teachers from across all of our 35 Catholic schools were honored with an "Excellence in Teaching History" or "Excellence in Planning History" award for showing excellence in planning or teaching our new archdiocesan history curriculum. These teachers were surprised by members of the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools, given special certiciates and received cash prizes for their work through a special grant from the Considine Foundation.

Please help us in honoring and praying for these outstanding educators, as well as ALL of the teachers in our schools! They teach in our schools out of a deep love of God and we so appreciate their work. 👏🙏
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She’s an amazing teacher!!!

Way to go Kelly!! You are amazing!!❤️

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At a Glance

99- 99 %
of our seniors

graduate high school

8900 +
Students

students receiving Catholic education

10
Schools

2 High Schools,
33 K-8 Schools

800 +
Faculty & Staff

state-of-the-art classrooms and labs

testimonials

What parents are saying about our schools

“We had other schools that were closer to us that would've been way more convenient. But we chose Catholic School because we absolutely love the administration, my son absolutely gushes about the current classes he's taken, his friends, the curriculum, and the subject matter and his teacher..”
Parent of a Enrolled Student
" I wouldn't want my kids to go anywhere else for school because this place aligns with my family values and I know I can trust the curriculum here."
Parent of a Enrolled Student
“Our kids started in public school and we always had a desire for Catholic school and we ended up switching because we just wanted that extra part of our faith and that environment for our children to have the Catholic faith be a part of their day to day. And that was something they desired as well.”
Parent of a Enrolled Student

Why we exist

Denver Catholic Schools
Mission Statement

Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools seek to be a sanctuary of education for your men and women, supporting parents in forming children in truth, as faithful and virtuous disciples of Jesus Christ who are fully alive and serve the common good.