Last spring, nine brave eighth-graders at Denver Language School (DLS) took and successfully passed college-level Advanced Placement (AP) exams in either Chinese or Spanish Language and Culture. This represented a 100% pass rate in the pilot of year of DLS’s AP program.
Resilience. Perseverance. Positive attitude. Kindness. Curiosity. These are traits colleges and bosses look for. Recently four students were honored by Scholars Unlimited for their academic accomplishments and for exhibiting these kinds of traits.
Fundraising, donating gently used books, and providing new books and toys was the focus of three charitable projects undertaken by the Goddard Schools in Stapleton and across the Front Range.
On Dec. 3, the rumble of motorcycles and metro area firetruck engines will signify the start of the 2017 Annual Harley Toy Ride, a yearly event that helps Children’s Hospital patients and their families experience the magic of the holiday season.
When new restaurants arrived in the Eastbridge Town Center and Stanley Marketplace, along with them came almost instant recognition in the local foodie world.
Park Hill teen Tom Cassidy earned his Eagle Scout award through a multi-year, dedicated focus, earning over 21 merit badges and completing a 160-hour Eagle service project.
Preparing for her November 2017 Bat Mitzvah, 13 year-old Leah Grossman remembered seeing a Bicycles for Humanity (BFH) flyer and thought it might be the perfect service project for her.
To raise funds for lunch debt accrued by DPS students across the district, Cattivella restaurant owner/chef Elise Wiggins and her partner Rachel Chaparro of Grace and Sky Homes hosted a cooking class for children on August 5.
Six years ago, agents at New Perspective Real Estate (NPRE) decided to do a food drive to give back to the community.
Feeling “slightly burned out” after completing his new book of poetry for adults, north Park Hill author and resident Daniel Klawitter indulged in what he calls the liberating experience of creating children’s poems.