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Blessed Sacrament Catholic School:
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, located in the heart of Park Hill, Denver, Colorado, is an accredited, co-educational, Catholic school offering Early Childhood through 8th Grade programs. Blessed Sacrament proudly offers distinct, rigorous, and developmentally appropriate programs that are attuned to the various needs of each age group. We believe that such a wide-ranging academic and social environment provides definite advantages to students at all grade levels.

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About Us:

Photo of Catholic School in Denver, COAs a Catholic school within the Archdiocese of Denver, Blessed Sacrament is devoted to the teachings of the Catholic faith and to providing a challenging academic curriculum balanced with creative and social aspects of educating young children and early teens. The small intimate environment encourages the development of community. The commitment, training, and experience of our faculty members is second to none. Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is a place parents, students, teachers, and parishioners work together to create a community that nurtures and enhances the social, educational, and spiritual needs of its members.

Accreditation:
Blessed Sacrament School is accredited by the North Central Association, an organization focused on school quality and improvement. The North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI) is one of six regional accrediting agencies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education for school accreditation.

Our History:
In 1912, six lots on the corner of Montview Boulevard and Elm Street were purchased and a donation of two adjoining lots was made forming Blessed Sacrament Parish. By 1922 Blessed Sacrament Parish announced the partial conversion of the parish building to accommodate students. The Sisters of Loretto accepted charge of the school, and in the fall of 1922, 57 pupils were enrolled and a vital and challenging educational institution was born.

Programs for Early Childhood through 8th Grade Students:

- Preschool
- Early Childhood Education (PS2-PK4)
- Elementary School (K-5)
- Middle School (6-8)
- After School Enrichment
- Before and After School Care
- Athletics: Volleyball, Basketball

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Address: 1973 Elm Street, Denver, Colorado , USA
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