Since 1927

St. Anthony Catholic School was dedicated on September 27, 1927, in the belief that education is one of the most important ways that the Catholic Church fulfills its commitment to bring about the kingdom of God.

Students are held to a high standard of academic achievement, discipline, and Christian values.

Our students typically excel in all academic areas, surpassing their counterparts on national levels and consistently graduate in the top 10% of their high school class. 

We provide well-rounded and challenging curriculum in Math, Science, English, History, Reading, Religion, Spanish, PE, Music, and the Arts. Our curriculum is based on the Archdiocese of Denver curriculum. 

Students take NWEA Growth Assessments to evaluate annual progress. Scores also function as a tool to help teachers and administration implement changes to ensure academic excellence for every student. 

“A good school provides a rounded education for the whole person. And a good Catholic school, over and above this, should help all its students to become saints.”

— Pope Benedict 16th, 2010



With God’s guidance, we provide a developmentally appropriate child-centered preschool curriculum. Our teachers encourage academic progress on an individual level and get to know each child’s abilities, interests and personality. We indulge in many creative imaginative play environments that stimulate learning through experiences, providing important social opportunities that prepare each child for life. Our program encourages curiosity and a love of learning, through maintaining academic rigor while promoting inquiry and play.

We offer a part-time preschool program starting at 3-years-old as well as a full day preschool class. Children are more than ready to enter Kindergarten upon completion of our preschool program. 

The environment at SAS Preschool is a self-esteem building experience that offers many opportunities for children to learn, discover, and create. Imaginative play, crafts, music, manipulatives, and reading stimulate children to fully embrace the wonderful learning environment. 

We celebrate parent involvement! Our open door policy enables parents to be an integral part of their child’s life while at SAS. We know the importance of the parents as their child’s first teachers, and parent involvement grows happy and healthy children. 

Curriculums used in our preschool classrooms are: 

  • Math: Work Jobs
  • Literacy: Zoo Phonics
  • Handwriting without Tears

Elemenary School

Our faith in Jesus Christ is the reason our school exists; therefore, both spiritual and academic experiences enable students to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ, broaden their knowledge of their faith, and connect their faith to their daily lives.

Religious education is taught at all grade levels, and faith is integrated in all subjects and daily living.

At SAS, staff is dedicated to the success and well being of every student. All our K-8th grade teachers hold a bachelor’s degree and many have Master’s degrees in related fields. Our instruction is data driven. Religion, Reading, Math, and Writing are integrated into all other subjects. Staff utilize community partnerships and field trips to provide background knowledge and build connections between lessons and the world. Teaching is a mix of best practices with an emphasis on what helps develop the whole child.

Our school offers many programs in which students are encouraged to develop leadership skills and civic responsibility, including community service projects, a mock trial program, sports clubs, classroom economics program, and youth ministry programs.

Students are held to a high standard of academic achievement, discipline, and living Christian values. Some ways basic curriculum is enhanced at SAS include:

  • Differentiation plans for students in need
  • Spanish instruction at all grade levels
  • Art, Music, & PE programs 
  • Service Learning
  • Appropriate technology integration
  • Extracurricular programs
  • Summer Seeds of Adventure Enrichment Camp with an emphasis on STEM

Middle School

At SAS, our students have many opportunities to live their faith as they study, pray, and assist others around them. Students are expected to be respectful, responsible, caring, and ready to learn and lead according to the Gospel.

Our teachers create a positive, caring, and safe environment for all of our students with the help of small class sizes and high expectations. Students are well prepared for high school and are positioned to become citizen leaders in our community. We encourage family involvement at all levels.

Our middle school classes incorporate many programs to enhance the education and leadership skills of our students.


  • Teton Science School
  • Experiential learning
  • STEM & Project Based Learning
  • Appropriate technology integration
  • Exploratories/Electives
  • Spanish
  • Latin introduction
  • Art, Music, PE, and Religion programs
  • Weekly Mass
  • Para-liturgical activities


  • Community Service Projects
  • In-School Sports: Volleyball, Basketball, Hockey, Cross Country Running, Golf
  • NCSD Sports: Football, Skiing, Soccer, Track, Swimming
  • Children’s Theater