1800 N. Pontiac St.
Denver, CO 80220
From the School - Sponsored
St. Elizabeth’s is an intentionally inclusive Episcopal School with a commitment to excellence that inspires learning and transforms lives.
St. Elizabeth’s purposefully works to create a place of belonging for a diverse community in terms of race, ethnicity, family composition, religious beliefs, and socioeconomic status. We center equity, access, and inclusion in our work and seek varied perspectives and lived experiences.
St. Elizabeth’s is rooted in the values and traditions of the Episcopal faith, which emphasize equity, social justice, intellectual curiosity, and compassion. We also invite and affirm people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We are not affiliated with a church or congregation. St. E’s welcomes different perspectives, belief-systems, and faith traditions.
Commitment to Excellence
St. Elizabeth’s is committed to developing well-rounded students—academically, socially, and emotionally. Our graduates are fully prepared to transition to high school and beyond as learners, leaders, and citizens who are secure in their ability to persist and pursue the very best version of themselves.
St. Elizabeth’s teachers are experts in research-based teaching and learning. Our small class sizes enable us to understand the needs of each student and differentiate instruction. Our teachers design engaging educational experiences that are purposeful and culturally-responsive.
Learning at St. Elizabeth’s happens in the classroom and within our diverse community, helping our students grow in their understanding of themselves and others. As a result of their education at our school, graduates are poised to become compassionate leaders and global citizens who positively impact the world around them.
St. Elizabeth’s features small class sizes in a safe, nurturing and healthy environment with two teachers per class in grades K-5, and an experienced and engaged middle school faculty for grades 6-8. We draw on a lengthy tradition of excellence in academics and a commitment to a well-rounded education that includes Music, Art, PE, Spanish, World Faith Studies, Social Justice class for 4th-8th grades, Theater for 6th-8th grades, and rich Extended Day programming. St. Elizabeth’s School is committed to enrolling a truly inclusive and diverse school community. Essential to this policy is our Family Commitment Plan, which is based upon an individualized tuition system that eliminates the categories of “scholarship” or “financial aid.” It is designed to determine each student’s tuition according to the principle that a family’s financial commitment should be commensurate with its financial resources.