Dear Prospective Student and Parents,
Congratulations for taking an important step towards a successful high school career! Arrupe is a Catholic, college preparatory school for young men and women and is administered by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), who also administer Regis Jesuit High School and Regis University.
What makes Arrupe unique? Arrupe is the only high school in Colorado that offers the Corporate Work Study Program as part of its curriculum. Four days out of the week our students take college prep classes which will allow them to be accepted into any college or university in the country. And one day out of every week our students go to work at a major corporation and learn first hand about the exciting career opportunities that exist. Also, by participating in the Corporate Work Study Program, you will be helping your family pay a significant percentage of the cost of your education.
The best way for us to speak about the success of our school is to tell you about the success of our graduates:
The Arrupe Jesuit High School class of 2017 (72 Students):
- 100% have been accepted into college
- They have received merit-based scholarships totaling $5,373,520
- For more statistics, please visit the College Counseling page
If your son or daughter is currently in 8th grade, there are a few things that you will need to get started on right away so that you don't miss any important deadlines. Please take a look at the Important Dates to make sure that you are on track.
To begin the application process, please review and complete either the paper application, or the online application. Thank you for taking the time to start this very important process. The application deadline is December 8th, so it is very important to ask the right questions and to do the proper research while looking for a high school that is the right fit for your family. We hope that you will choose to attend Arrupe Jesuit High School. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the Admissions Office at 303-455-4661.
Director of Admissions
Arrupe Jesuit High School and Arrupe Corporate Work Study Program do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion or national or ethnic origin in its student admissions process, faculty and staff hiring practices, educational policies, scholarships, athletics or other school-administered programs.