Catholic Education – Worth the sacrifice

The Villareal family will make almost any sacrifice to get their sons to Catholic school by the first bell. During the upcoming school year, Wendy Villareal and her two sons […]

Spend $2, help a deserving student succeed

While shopping for school supplies, Catholic Charities suggests parents toss a few more items into the cart to help a less fortunate student. An added pack of pencils for $2.75, […]

What does it mean to be educated?

Marc Nestorick is the principal of Bishop Machebeuf High School. He will be ordained to the diaconate June 20. What do our children need before they graduate from high school? […]

Community to celebrate Presentation’s legacy

In its 91-year history, Presentation of Our Lady School has provided a Catholic education for thousands of children. Alumni, former and current staff, students, parents and anyone involved with the […]

Private school tax credit bill draws party-line support

A Senate bill that would grant tax credits for private school education drew support from legislators when it passed through committees this month. The Tuition Tax Credit Bill, Senate Bill […]

Foundation donates iPads to Catholic schools

Hundreds of students now have a chance to enhance their Catholic education with the addition of an iPad. During the week of Jan. 19, the JDO Foundation, a Littleton based […]

Catholic schools make the grade

The rigorous academics and cultivation of the whole child set Catholic schools atop the Mile High City, a review board reported. After the Archdiocese of Denver’s elementary and high schools […]

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Love for teaching remains strong in longtime educators

Catholic Schools Week is recognized nationally Jan. 25-31. Several teachers are being honored this year for anniversaries in Catholic education. The following teachers and administrators are the most tenured in […]