schools within the Archdiocese of Denver.
Last year, Machebeuf gave over $1.1 million
in scholarships and financial aid to its families. Machebeuf is not merely a school. It
is a family of students, parents, teachers,
administrators, and alumni. Grades 9-12
7203 West 120th Avenue, Broomfield, 80020
Broomfield Academy is a nationally accredited high quality independent preschool,
elementary and middle school. Highlights of the school include individualized
programming, small class sizes and an
advanced curriculum. The academy offers
special programs that include instruction
in swimming, Spanish, Chinese, music and
technology. The school also offers both
educational and fun summer programs,
including an academic preschool, a kindergarten prep class, an elementary prep class,
an intermediate prep class and a summer
enrichment camp. Ages 2½ – 14 years.
3800 South Pierce Street, Denver, 80235
Colorado Academy is an independent college
preparatory day school. The school takes
pride in challenging its students to become
lifelong learners, thinkers, inquisitors, and
contributors. Colorado Academy has an
innovative and rigorous curriculum, variety
of artistic and athletic programs, opportu-
nities for advanced work, student-organized
service, and unique programs for learning
beyond the classroom. Grades preK – 12.
Cherry Hills Christian School
3900 Grace Blvd., Highlands Ranch, 80126
Cherry Hills Christian School serves
students in preschool through middle school.
The school is located on the campus of
Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch, a southern suburb of Denver.
The school is committed to honoring Christ
by teaching, encouraging, training and
grounding students in God’s truth within a
dynamic, academic environment.
Children’s Garden Montessori
444 Detroit St., Denver, 80206
Children’s Garden Montessori School is
a nurturing community of children, families and teachers, guided by the Montessori
philosophy and influenced by the Reggio
philosophy that educates young children
and inspires a life-long love of learning. The
private day school enrolls 90 students. Each
classroom is team-led by skilled Montessori teachers who have either trained with
the American Montessori Society or the
Montessori Society Internationale. Ages 18
months – 6 years.
Denver Christian Schools
2135 South Pearl, Denver, 80210
Denver Christian Schools offers an educa-
tion that inspires and equips children
of Christian parents to “see their world,
themselves, and their calling through the
lens of God’s redemptive vision for His
creation.” The community helps students
grow and ignite each child’s passion for
learning. Small classes are fundamental to
the school’s college preparatory mission.
Grades preK – 12.
Denver Waldorf School
940 Fillmore Street, Denver, 80206
Denver Waldorf School offers an artistically integrated, developmentally based
and academically rigorous curriculum that
prepares graduates for the challenges of
tomorrow’s world. The school’s mission
is to “awaken and inspire students’ critical thinking, emotional intelligence and
artistic expression, preparing them to
bring relevant contributions to the world.”
Grades preK – 12.
Faith Christian Academy
12189 W 64th Ave., Arvada, 80002
Preparing students for life by offering
a well-rounded, strong education in
academics, fine arts, and athletics and
grounded with Biblical integration in all
disciplines. Grades K – 12.
Graland County Day School
55 Clermont Street, Denver, 80220
303-399- 0390; www.graland.org
Graland prepares students to achieve intellectual excellence, build strong character,
enrich learning through the arts and
athletics, and be engaged citizens and
thoughtful leaders. The school encourages student to take an active role in their
community. Grades preK – 8.
J.K. Mullen High School
3601 South Lowell Blvd., Denver, 80235
Devotion to God ∙ Academic Excellence ∙ Community Service
Ethnic & Cultural Diversity ∙ Christian Morality
458 Uinta Way ∙ Denver, CO 80230 ∙ www.machebeuf.org ∙ 344-0082 x117