ABOUT ST. THERESE CATHOLIC SCHOOL
Providing a Faith - Filled Future . . . With an Academic Edge . . .
In a Safe Environment
St. Therese Catholic School prepares our students for the academic demands and spiritual challenges of a 21st Century community. We ensure academic achievement through a traditional pre-collegiate curriculum integrated within the teachings of the Catholic Church and under the direction of the Bishop.
In addition to a full academic program of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies, we provide an active enrichment program consisting of Spanish, Vocal Music, Physical Education, and Religious Studies daily. Student learning is supported by a wide range of field trip experiences, grade level projects, and integrated instructional technology.
St. Therese provides a comprehensive Middle School program taught by fully certified/highly qualified secondary teachers focused on pre-collegiate preparation. St. Therese also provides a High School experience on campus for students in grades 9 thru 12. The program includes online course work through Catholic Schools of Excellence, a nationally accredited online instructional program. In additon, juniors and seniors have the opportunity to take advantage of the "Concurrent Enrollment Program" offered at near by Pueblo Community College or at Colorado State University - Pueblo.
St. Therese Catholic School has not adopted "The Common Core" and does not report any student information to any agencies outside of the Diocese of Pueblo. The school is led by an experienced principal with over thirty years in education and a Board of Directors appointed by the Bishop.
Created in 2000, STCS is the sole diocesan school in Pueblo, CO.
Dedicated to the teaching mission of the Catholic Church and the Diocese of Pueblo, St. Therese Catholic School is a Christ centered community focused on faith formation, academic achievement, and personal growth. Through a dynamic liberal arts curriculum, our parents and educators prepare our students for the academic and spiritual challenges they face in the 21st century.