Community has long been the foundation of everything we do at All Souls. Our families, teachers and leadership come together in wonderful ways each year to support the academic, social, and spiritual development of our students. It’s why so many families call this place home—from the multi-generation families of All Souls graduates, the current parents who attended this school as children, to the many new families who move to Colorado and seek a supportive community to raise their children. All families are welcome at All Souls, and we value a strong partnership between school and home. All Souls parents are active in many roles in and around the school, from our Home and School committees, advisory boards, sports teams, fundraisers, and community cleanup days. We celebrate and lift each other up; each week at school mass, in sacramental preparations, community social events, long standing traditions like World’s Fair, Carnival, and our graduation tailgate or ribbon ceremony, Catholic Schools week, spirit week, drama and musical productions. We do all this because we are All Souls, and in the words of St. Theresa of Calcutta “. . . we belong to each other”.

Our Community - Page

November 11

New Family Welcome

November 12

Community Clean Up Day

November 13

Class Dinners & Backyard Masses

November 14

Meet & Greet Day

November 15

Back to School Night

November 16

Fall Sports

November 17


November 18

Middle School Dances

November 19

Donuts With Dad

November 20

Spirit Week & Halloween Parties

November 21

Muffins With Mom

November 22

Book Fair

November 23

Christmas Show

November 24

Winter Sports

November 24

All Souls Roundup

November 25

Catholic Schools Week

November 26


November 26

Wish Week

November 26


November 27

School Play

November 28

Spring Sports

November 29

World’s Fair

November 30

Graduation Events