Why Saint Joseph?

K-8th Grade

Our curriculum is built on three pillars:

“Train the young in the way they should go; even when old, they will not swerve from it.” (Proverbs 22:6)

Since 1926, Saint Joseph Catholic School has been a vibrant community of academic, social and spiritual excellence. Students are challenged with rigorous academics on a daily basis while forming their character and faith for lives of virtue.

One of 37 schools in the Archdiocese of Denver, Saint Joseph Catholic School is committed to teaching students the enduring truths of the Catholic faith, which Christ himself promised would last until the end of time. The Bible, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the lives of the saints, the treasury of Catholic prayers, and the rich heritage of Catholic scholarship nurture students in lifelong learning.

This proven, content-rich curriculum in the subjects of language arts, history and geography, visual arts, music, math, science, technology, and physical education gives students lifelong skills. This clear and specified sequence lays the groundwork for future success.

Elementary Overview

Saint Joseph Catholic School’s elementary program runs from kindergarten through the fifth grade. It is our primary goal to lay a strong foundation for your child so he/she is successful in his/her educational endeavors. We accomplish this goal by using the Catholic faith as our basis, along with a rigorous academic program. Our program includes both traditional classroom instruction as well as 21st-Century learning which includes interactive projector systems, clickers, Chromebooks, and more. Our curriculum includes religion, reading/literature, writing, math, social studies and science. We also offer Spanish, music, physical education, media/technology, and art.

Middle School Overview

Students in grades 6-8 rotate between classrooms for different subjects and follow a rigorous curriculum in theology, literature/language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, art, engineering, health, and physical education.  Electives in choir, band, student leadership, and yearbook production are also offered.

The philosophy emphasizes that learning is integrated, experiential, values-based and a foundation for continued and life-long learning. Learning is designed to promote the spiritual, intellectual, social, physical and emotional growth of each unique child.  Students are encouraged to be model citizens for the entire school and accept many leadership roles. There is a strong focus on 21st-Century learning and preparation for high school and beyond.

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