For 16-year-old dancer Macy Gosch, art imitates life as she portrays a conflicted teenager in Sonder, an immersive theater production, July 7 to 15 at the Studio Loft in the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
I’m passionate about education as a means to change the world for the better,” says Shelby Dennis, the new principal of Swigert International School starting this fall.
An intrepid group of students from Swigert International School have been laboring since the fall on an unusual challenge: “to create a story about a disguised character who goes on a secret mission and communicates with secret codes and spy gadgets.”
Last month, superintendent Tom Boasberg and the entire Northfield High School community celebrated the announcement that NHS has been officially authorized as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School.
The March opening of Backstory: Western American Art in Context at History Colorado Center stamps the imprimatur of a new era on the institution, but one that returns the museum to its heritage, rooted in local and material culture.
The Denver School of Science and Technology (DSST) has submitted a charter school application to Aurora Public Schools, the only application received this year by APS
Bridget Galaty, a Park Hill resident and senior at Denver School of the Arts has been selected to receive a Boettcher Foundation Scholarship.
DPS recently announced a partnership between Northfield High School (NHS) and the Stapleton Foundation that will fund critical student needs, expeditionary and global education opportunities, and the implementation of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme for all students. Funding will also support athletics, activities and the arts.
SchoolChoice in Denver Public Schools offers families the option to select the public school they feel is the best fit for their child. We have compiled choice outcomes for the main middle and high schools in NE Denver and for the elementary schools in Stapleton. The chart at left shows the percent who got their first choice in the three main high schools in NE Denver.
Celebrating their fourth 3A District Basketball Championship win in five years, the DSST: Stapleton boys’ Knights moved on to the regional quarterfinal game where they lost a “nail biter” to the Lions from Colorado Springs Christian School with a final score of 57-53.