At Guardian Angels Catholic School, we believe that the education of the whole person involves learning about the Catholic faith. Our students deepen their knowledge and understanding about the Catholic Church through religion classes and weekly masses.
Students are able to progress their faith by studying and receiving the sacraments. Catechism takes place in the classroom and through meetings with Father Dan.
The mission of Guardian Angels Catholic School is to serve the educational needs of urban families. We strive to continue the ministry of Jesus within the cultural heritage of our Catholic tradition to educate the total person spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially.
Guardian Angels School will:
1. Be open to children of all racial and national backgrounds and economic levels
2. Create a safe environment that promotes self-discipline and basic spiritual value
3. Provide a quality religious and academic education that stresses fundamental skills and knowledge
4. Foster among the students a pride in their own cultural roots and an awareness of and respect for others’ heritage
Archbishop Vehr solemnly blessed the Church of the Guardian Angels on December 15, 1954. All people who pass through the doors of Guardian Angels can find strength in the theme of the parish’s dedication:
"Every church has its patron saint, but no church will have so many people in heaven directly interested in its welfare as does this one dedicated to the Guardian Angels. This parish will have as many patrons as there are souls of parishioners, for every person has a Guardian Angel."
Guardian Angels’ School opened in the fall of 1962, and it has been providing Denver students with a quality education in the Catholic tradition ever since.
Guardian Angels Catholic School follows the curriculum guidelines from the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools. The curriculum includes: religion, language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, technology, art, physical education, and music.