Annunciation Catholic School
Rooted in the traditions of the SCL, Annunciation Catholic School will embrace ethnic, religious, and economic differences with the common goal of fostering mission-driven young adults who are prepared for high school and college. Motivated by Catholic values, our graduates will be instilled with a sense of responsibility for peace and justice, a desire to be contributing citizens of the world, and a hunger for life-long learning.
Annunciation Catholic School
Annunciation Catholic School*
3536 Lafayette Street
Denver, CO 80205
Distance from Regis: 4.6 miles
By Bike: 25 minutes
*Annunciation is part of the “Fr. Woody’s Wheels” program, a transportation program in which a Regis van takes volunteers to this site once a week. For more information, please contact Dr. Victoria McCabe at 303.458.3572 or email@example.com
About Annunciation Catholic School
We are Annunciation Catholic School. We are a...intentionally small, multicultural, faith-based.learning community in the heart of the Cole neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. We are a fully- accredited Archdiocesan Catholic School, and we have been an active EL school (formerly Expeditionary Learning) in the EL Education network since 2012. Since our founding in 1890 by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, we are one of the oldest continuously operating schools in Denver, with a proud legacy of transforming generations of families and our entire community through the power of Catholic education. We offer a rigorous, engaging, and supportive educational experience to students of any faith background, academic ability, ethnic heritage, and family income; maintaining our unique mission to give primacy to serving the immigrants and marginalized, those the world often gives the least to. With the understanding that a diverse learning environment benefits and raises the level of achievement for all students, we work actively to attract and maintain a diverse school community.
How You Can Serve.
At Annunciation Catholic School, you can serve as an assistant to a teacher in the classroom in PreK – 8, connect with students during lunchtime, or help out after school. All volunteers will be mentors and role models for the students.
Characteristics in a student:
Energetic, Compassionate, Professional
Additional requirements/paperwork: Background Check, Safe
Environment Training – held at Regis, contact Dr. Victoria McCabe at
303.458.3572 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Placement Availability: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM- 5:30 PM
About the Cole Neighborhood
The Cole neighborhood became part of the City under the Territorial Session Laws of 1874. The neighborhood is bounded by 32nd and 40th Avenues and York and Downing Streets. More than half of the residential blocks were developed prior to 1900. By 1930, it was fully developed. The pattern of development generally occurred from southwest to northeast. Much of the area remains typical of middle-class sections of the city developed at the turn of the century. Cole Junior High School, the neighborhood's focal point, and the neighborhood were named for Carlos M. Cole, who as Superintendent of Denver's Public Schools, was instrumental in establishing junior high schools in Denver.