Kent Denver is a learning community that
offers unique experiences for students
from a wide range of backgrounds. The
school seeks to build a caring, diverse
community of responsible citizens. Kent
provides a challenging college preparatory
curriculum and sets high ethical standards.
Grades 6 – 12.
The Logan School for Creative Learning
1005 Yosemite Street, Denver, 80230
The Logan School for Creative Learning,
founded in 1989, offers individualized,
experiential education for gifted students
ages 4. 5-14 with a student faculty ratio of
6: 1. At Logan, students apply academic
knowledge and skills in real-world contexts.
Students and teachers work together as
co-architects to design curriculum to each
child’s unique readiness level, learning
style, academic interests and passions. Field
trips, service learning, athletics and the arts
are all integral parts of the curriculum. The
hallmark of a Logan education is students
who are life-long learners engaged in their
community. Grades K – 8.
Regis Jesuit High School
6400 South Lewiston Way, Aurora, 80016
Regis Jesuit High School provides a college
preparatory education for young men and
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 Street, Denver, 80210
At St. Anne’s Episcopal School in southeast
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 well-being 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 school
offers rigorous academics in its co-ed lower
and middle schools, and its high school for
girls. Grades K – 12.
St Thomas More Parish School
7170 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.
Photo courtesy of
St. Anne’s Episcopal School