For his Eagle Scout project, Chandler Harvey focused on Denver Children’s home, a nonprofit dedicated to struggling children and families.
Of the more than 450 youth who participate in NE Denver lacrosse (lax) leagues, three players were selected to participate in the opening ceremony at the World Lacrosse games.
Two Stapleton residents and teacher-librarians at Eaglecrest High School will do anything to get high school students reading, and the results are paying off.
“It’s not that we don’t love a good princess book, but we also like the anti-princess, the girl who’s just going to be herself.”
DSST Stapleton eighth-grader and Stapleton resident Bella Horton recently published The Warm Waters of Winter.
At 17, Ellis Aune knows her ultimate career goals and just got one step closer with a virtually full-ride scholarship to study biomedical engineering at CU-Boulder.
Some may believe things happen in life for a reason, but Lowry resident Nancy Sharp rejects the “voodoo thinking.”
Young students in Northeast Denver surpassed classroom expectations and spent months preparing exhibits for National History Day, an academic contest nationwide.
Merritt Hopper has many travel goals—the most recent being attend every Olympics with a crew of as much family and friends as possible.
Charles Bruce—the first African-American from DSST: Stapleton to be accepted— will continue his family tradition in the Air Force Academy this fall.