Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is now enrolling students for the 2017-2018 school year.
Preschool is currently full and we are accepting students on a wait list. To learn more about the Preschool, visit the Preschool section of the website.
The K-8th Grade classrooms also have some availability, and students are being accepted on a first come basis. Learn all about Academics and Admissions.
The best way to experience if the school is right for your child is to take a tour. Regularly scheduled tours are Wednesdays at 9AM. If you have questions about Blessed Sacrament Catholic School or wish to schedule a tour on another day, please contact Melinda Landgon in the Main Office at 303.377.8835 extension 326.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School has inspired faith and excellence in students since 1922. A fully accredited, affordable Catholic education is offered for children of all faiths. The current enrollment is nearly 400 students in Preschool through 8th grade.
Your child will experience an outstanding education in a secure and stimulating, faith-based environment that encourages the spiritual, academic, social and physical development of every child. The faculty view teaching as a true vocation, and go above and beyond to provide your child with the best education possible.
You are invited to schedule a tour or classroom visit to experience the warm, welcoming atmosphere that is at the heart of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is an academic community of faith that develops the whole child's mind, heart and soul.
We do this by:
Inspiring students to
encounter, love, and serve Jesus Christ
through the Catholic faith.
Assisting parents to form their children
in academic and moral excellence,
in a safe and caring environment.
Building a foundation for students
to use their God-given talents with courage
to truly better the lilves of others.
"One of the wonderful parts of teaching at Blessed Sacrament is the outstanding community. What many people do not realize, however, is how far and wide the Blessed Sacrament community truly stretches. Recently, we were fortunate to receive two generous donations from some of our school's outside supporters. Saint Frances Cabrini, located in Littleton, graciously donated $200 dollars worth of supplies to our school. We were able to disperse these supplies between students, teachers, and other staff members. Bell Middle School, located in Golden, also made an outstanding donation of 200 brand new thesauruses. This was more than enough for teachers to have class sets to use throughout the year. We would like to extend a very special thank you to Saint Frances Cabrini, Bell Middle School, and everyone who gives so much to our school! "
- Brooke Urban, 5th Grade Teacher