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Home of the CRUSADERS! Our Actions Speak Louder than Words! 


Kids in motion. Minds in motion. Spirits in motion. St. Louis is a place of formation for children from preschool through the eighth grade, animated by our active community, and guided by the grace of God.

Surely the Presence of the Lord is in this Place. I can feel His mighty power and His grace.
I can hear the brush of angels wings.
I see glory on each face.
Surely the Presence of the Lord is in this Place.

“Surely the Presence of the Lord is in this Place” written by Lanny Wolfe and inspired by Genesis 28:16

February Dove Awards

Kindergarten, Tucker Salyer: Tucker lives his faith in a very unassuming way.  He is always kind and helpful with his classmates and staff.  I can count on him to do the right thing even when no one is watching—he has integrity.  I am so grateful that Tucker returned to St. Louis. He is an amazing kiddo!

First Grade, McKenzie Jones: McKenzie is the definition of a peacemaker: friendly, cooperative, trustworthy, easy-going, and empathetic. She doesn’t like it when people are not getting along and is the first one to help ease the situation. Her main goal is to have peace with everyone. She is so aware of the needs of others that she puts theirs before hers. She’ll clean up the classroom without being asked.  She’s ready to help pick up someone else’s pencil box before it even hits the floor. She makes sure that everyone at her table is on the right page, knows what they should be doing, and has their desks tidy. In all of this, she remains kind and compassionate. You’ll never see McKenzie snap at anyone or get frustrated. She helps because she wants to and nothing else. Her friends know this about her because when I asked a few of my students who they’d recommend for the next Dove Award, McKenzie was their top choice. I’m so blessed to have McKenzie as a student. She truly lives her daily life the way Jesus would want all of us to. She certainly is a blessing!

Second grade, Izabella Brown: Izabella is a great addition to our second grade.  She jumped right in since starting the middle of January.  Izabella is a kind and loving student. She makes sure that everyone is taken care of. I love seeing her smiling face everyday.

Third Grade, Clara Meschler: Clara is a sharp young lady. She is very eager to learn and has a lot of knowledge to share with our class. She will also go home and do some additional research on specific topics of interest that she often shares with me and a few others. She is also very kind and patient, especially with students who don’t always find themselves with a partner. Clara often quietly and courteously offers to partner with them or offers help when she sees a need. The best part is that she does it without much disruption or by drawing any attention to herself or the deed. She is humble, helpful and carries herself with a great deal of dignity. Clara also shows her deep commitment to her faith by honoring others through her actions, including volunteering when there is a need, like the choir on Sunday evenings. I also watch her push herself for improvement and to take chances. She is a real peaceful dove in our classroom who adds to the peace and love within our class. It is a pleasure to have Clara in our school and parish!

Fourth Grade, Zadie McGee: Zadie is a pleasure to have in class. She comes in every morning with a smile and usually a story.  She lightens up a room. She is a good, solid student who takes her work seriously. She is always willing to lend a helping hand to everyone.  She will always pick something up off the floor even if it isn’t hers and throws it away. She is someone I can count on. She always has a positive attitude toward anything she does. Zadie gets along with everyone.  She is a good role model. I am so pleased that she is getting baptized into our faith.

Fifth Grade, Danikka Nielsen: Danikka has really made huge progress since the beginning of the year.  She has been working so hard to stay caught up with work and to get help when she needs it.  I’m so proud of her dedication and persistence! Danikka is also a very kind person. She truly wants what is best for others, and she works hard to make sure people are treated fairly.  When she is upset about something, Danikka is willing to talk about it with others, and she shares her feelings. Danikka is definitely a peacemaker, and I am very proud of her!

Sixth Grade, Mason Dedman: Mason has matured greatly over the past few months.  He is a hard worker and even when things are hard he perseveres.  We see the development of leadership potential. He is empathetic and can recognize when students need a little help and understanding. Mason listens attentively to the responses of others and remains an active listener throughout the school day.

Seventh Grade, William Gallegos : William is an extremely compassionate young man.  He never has an unkind word to say and is willing to step up help not only in class but at Mass as well. He  is mindful of others’ needs, and we love the twinkle in his eyes and the smirk on his face. He is a pleasure to have in class. William is well-liked by his classmates.  He is a pleasure to have in class and brightens the whole atmosphere. 

Eighth Grade, Brian Lowrimore : Brian came to St. Louis in the middle of the year.  It is not easy to change schools mid-year yet Brian seemed to accomplish this with ease. He is friendly and accepting of all students. Brian is accountable and responsible. He makes smart decisions, admits mistakes and listens to opportunities to improve. Brian also has a positive attitude with his classmates in group projects and activities, and both takes and gives suggestions and directions effectively. He is an enthusiastic member of the class and shows willingness to learn. Brian definitely has fit right in with our middle school, and we are glad he is here with us.


Quality & Affordable Education


Not only do our students perform well on National Tests, but our students continue to GROW! We offer scholarships, variable tuition program, and one of the lowest tuition rates in Boulder County. Learn about us here.

Forming the Whole Person


We seek to foster a students’ love of God and neighbor. St. Louis is a parochial school striving to reinforce the virtues parents hope to instill in their children. Learn more about our culture here.

2018 Angel Gala


Experienced and Caring Faculty


Children benefit from having a staff with a wealth of experience and who use state-of-the-art instructional practices. Our quality teachers along with small class sizes help us to be attuned to each child’s needs. Meet our staff here.

Spanish. Art. Music. Athletics.

Our language, music, art, technology, extra curricular, and athletic programs add to our curriculum offerings and are offered throughout a student’s academic journey. Learn more about these programs.

NCEA Monthly Feature School: St. Louis Catholic School

St. Louis Catholic School is proud to have been chosen as the feature school for the National Catholic Educational Association for the month of September, 2017. Click on the graphic below to read the full article about St. Louis Parochial School.






Assurance Statement of compliance with the purposes of Title IX Education Act
The Catholic schools of the Archdiocese, under the jurisdiction of the Archbishop, and at the direction of the
Superintendent, attest that none of the Catholic schools discriminates on the basis of sex in its admission
policies, its treatment of students or its employment practices.
Notice of Student Non-Discrimination Policy
The Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of Denver, under the jurisdiction of Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila,
S.T.L. and at the direction of the Superintendent, state that all of their Catholic schools admit students of any
race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded
or made available to students at the schools. Furthermore, Archdiocesan schools admit disabled students in
accord with the policy on Admissions in the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools Administrator’s Manual.
These schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, age, disability, color, and national or ethnic origin in
the administration of their educational policies, employment practices, scholarship and loan programs,
athletic or other school-administered programs.