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young women. The hallmark of Jesuit
education is cura personalis, the care and
concern for the individual. This educational
community provides a student-centered
environment in which each individual can
develop intellectually, socially, emotionally
and spiritually. Regis Jesuit aims to form
a community of individuals who demand
more of themselves and who strive to
achieve excellence in all their endeavors.
Grades 9 – 12.
St. Anne’s Episcopal School
2701 South York St., Denver, 80210
At St. Anne’s Episcopal School in south-
east Denver, children discover a magical
place full of magnificent flower gardens,
secret passages and spaces that speak of
love and caring that began long ago. For
over 60 years, the focus of St. Anne’s has
been the wellbeing of children. Students
are provided with a balanced program of
academics, athletics, and the arts. While
emphasizing inclusivity, the school builds
character and integrity upon a spiritual,
moral and ethical foundation. St. Anne’s
strives to foster the development of people
who go on to make significant and lasting
contributions to society. Parents are
encouraged to become active participants
in the education of their children, both at
home and at school. Students and parents
value the strong sense of community that
characterizes this school. Because of its
preschool through eighth grade design, the
school provides a consistent and nurturing
experience from early childhood through
the first stages of adolescence. With a
caring community to support them during
their formative years, St. Anne’s students
grow into role models and leaders. Grades
preschool – 8.
St. Mary’s Academy
4545 South University Blvd.
St. Mary’s strives to unleash excellence
in each child through academic achievement, spiritual development and service.
The school’s values of faith, community,
justice and respect provide the foundation
for students to be powerful agents of change.
The Catholic, independent school offers
rigorous academics in its co-ed lower and
middle schools, and its high school for girls.
Grades JK – 12.
St Thomas More Parish School
7071 East Otero Avenue, Centennial, 80112
This private, parochial school is deeply
rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and
the teaching of the Catholic Church. The
school remains devoted to the development
of the whole person in each of its students.
Grades K – 8.
Southeast Christian School
9650 Jordan Road, Parker, 80134
Southeast Christian School believes that
academics are only 1/3 of learning. Character development and social growth based
on the teachings of the Bible are the two
other key components of Christian education. The school’s teachers are committed to
bringing Christ into the classroom every day.
The school has a reputation for having some
of the most well-behaved children in the area.
Grades preK – 8.
Stanley British Primary School
350 Quebec Street, Denver, 80230
An independent grade school that provides
an outstanding education in an intentionally cross-cultural and diverse community.
Stanley is known for its 40+ years of excellence in academics, arts, athletics and
character-building. Multi-age classrooms
are led by master teachers who focus on
academics in the context of social and
emotional development. Students benefit
from small group instruction and low
student-to-teacher ratios. Stanley graduates
pursue both public and private high schools
and experience a high level of acceptance
among selective schools. Experience the
Stanley community today by taking a
personalized tour. Grades K – 8.
Valor Christian High School
3775 Grace Blvd., Highlands Ranch, 80126
This school offers a distinctive, co-ed college
preparatory experience that is preparing
tomorrow’s leaders to transform the world
for Christ through excellence in academics,
arts and athletics, enhanced by cutting-edge
facilities and led by highly skilled and innovative faculty, in partnership with committed
parents. Grades 9 – 12.
Photo Courtesy of Denver Christian School