All Souls Catholic School was founded in 1959 by the sisters of Loretto and rapidly grew from six to sixteen classrooms, adding a full-sized gym, music room, and cafeteria. More classrooms quickly followed, along with the addition of award-winning academic and sports programs, including boys and girls volleyball and basketball teams. Today, our preschool through 8th grade campus houses not just a dynamic, evolving student body, but also more than a half-century of academic tradition and now nearly 20 clubs, academic organizations, and sports teams.
All Souls’ infrastructure has grown along with the community it anchors. A bright, airy new Early Learning Center was added in 2012 joining a modern new middle school wing with an architecturally beautiful library. Recent updates to classroom floors and lockers, a brand new SportCourt gym and an advanced technology dream studio echo the high standard of academics taught in these spaces.
The school has adeptly kept pace with the dizzying changes and challenges of the information age. While continuing to use textbooks, teaching cursive and learning to communicate in traditional formats, school leadership has instituted an academic curriculum that provides comprehensive IT courses for all students. All Souls deliberately utilizes technology as a support rather than a substitute for our educators and the fundamentals that have defined an All Souls education for decades. With iPads, SmartBoards, classroom cameras, student-produced video announcements, and one-to-one iPads with Microsoft Teams, all students are provided a foundation in digital citizenship and technological fluency they need to succeed in today’s workforce.
Through rigorous academics, developmental support staff, exceptional sports programs, supportive clubs and the joint effort of home, school, church and community, All Souls guarantees our students the opportunity and ability to achieve their greatest spiritual and intellectual potential. Our mission’s success is reflected not just in continued academic excellence – but also in exemplary state and national-level test scores.
To send your child to All Souls is to make them one of the generations of Coloradoans who have proudly worn the school’s distinctive red plaid uniform – as well as an inherent part of its proud spirit of loyalty and tradition of achievement.