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Emily Griffith High School (EGHS) is an alternative school focused on retrieving students, 17 to 20, who left high school before earning a diploma. EGHS offers courses toward a high school diploma or a General Educational Development (GED) certificate. The core classes meet Colorado State Standards. The Denver Public Schools certifies the diplomas and the Colorado Department of Education accredits the school.
If you are 21 and older and looking to enroll in technical courses on the Emily Griffith Campus or complete a GED certificate, please visit the Emily Griffith Technical College website
Summer school students, there will be NO SCHOOL ON FRIDAY JULY 3rd. Enjoy your day off! Classes will resume on Monday, July 6th.
Future students, please click here to view the 2015-2016 Registration and Orientation Schedule.
Current students, please keep in mind that you will need to come to EGHS on August 4th or 5th to schedule your classes and retake the MAP test. Testing is available from 8:30am-11:30am.
Summer School will run from June 8th to July 17th. Summer school registration is officially closed as of Monday, June 1st.
Please update your contact information with Mercedes before the end of the school year!
Before Carlos went to Emily Griffith High School he only had 5 high school credits. Now, he’s made up for 4 lost years of high school, enrolled in the Water Quality Management Program at Emily Griffith Technical College, and has a job working for Denver Water. This is a great story. Share with anyone who […]
Check out the Westword’s article on resident artist Sandra Fettingis and her work with EGHS students this year at RedLine Gallery. Click the image below to access the article. -photos courtesy of Lindsey Bartlett
Here’s more coverage on Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s address at the 2015 EGTC + EGHS Graduation Ceremony. Click on the image below to access the article.
Click on the image below to access audio excerpts from graduation speeches around Colorado. Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s address is first on the list! -featured image courtesy of Commons Wikimedia