Guadalupe School is extremely grateful to the many individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations that support educational programs we provide.  Foundations Archer Family Charitable TrustBamberger Allen Health & Education FoundationBobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award FoundationC. Scott and Dorothy E. Watkins Charitable FoundationCasa Family FoundationCatholic Foundation of UtahClark and Christine Ivory FoundationCostello Family Foundation Inc.Delta […]

Why Support Guadalupe?

For over 55 years, Guadalupe School has served our city’s diverse immigrant and refugee communities, the majority of whom are Hispanic or Latino. Guadalupe is more than just a school—we are a full-family organization dedicated to improving lives through education-based programs and services designed for children and adults alike. Through personalized, needs-based education with a […]

Success Stories

Adult Education: Maria P. Y., in celebration of her family’s first home purchase in the USA. Knowledge is definitely power. That is why learning English is the best decision I ever made. Thanks to this wonderful program at Guadalupe School, I have been able to achieve important goals in my life and was able to […]

Enroll in Early Learning

All of our Early Learning Center Programs are absolutely free and enrollment is ongoing. To enroll at Guadalupe Early Learning Center, please contact Michael Espino at 801-531-6100 (ext. 108) or to make a registration appointment.  Please bring to your registration appointment the following documents: Child’s birth certificate Child’s immunization record Proof of parent’s income […]

Enroll in Adult Education

All of our adult education classes are free, but you do need to follow our steps to get started. How to enroll: Contact Kate Brainerd, she speaks Spanish and can answer all of your questions.  Email: Call: 801-531-6100 (ext. 102) Kate will help you make an appointment to come into the school. Come to […]

Making an Impact

For over 50 years Guadalupe School has served our city’s Spanish speaking community. We serve children from birth through sixth grade. Through personalized education with a focus on literacy, we set the stage for them to have academic success throughout their lives. We also serve adults through English and citizenship classes as well as vocational […]

Apply to the Charter School

Guadalupe School would love to welcome your student(s) into our school! We are currently accepting new students. If you are interested in enrolling, please contact our Vice Principal Leilani Nerveza-Clark at (801) 531-6100 ext. 310 or She will schedule a time for you to come meet the staff and take a tour of the […]

Wish Lists

At this time we are only accepting NEW donations. Please click on one of the lists below to donate any of the items, and email Jennie Kwok to arrange a time for drop off. If you would like to make a financial donation, click here. 

English Tutoring

Adult Education utilizes volunteer tutors to teach English as a Second Language to low-income, immigrant adults.  Instruction takes place in small groups (2-4 people per group).  Lessons are mainly competency-based, with a focus on life-skills rather than grammar rules. The volunteer will be assigned a regular group, with whom s/he will meet one evening each […]

School Lunch

Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Our families can apply for P-EBT here: SNAP Application Guadalupe School is a Community Eligibility Provision school, meaning all children in attendance receive free lunch. Utah kids who qualified for free or reduced fee lunches will now get $308 from a federal program. Families who do not already receive SNAP […]