EGHS will be hosting a resource fair for all of our students, including jobs, colleges and community resources.
UPDATE – All Denver Public Schools and administrative offices are CLOSED today, Thursday, March 24 ACTUALIZAR – Las escuelas y las oficinas administrativas están CERRADAS (3/24/2016)
It’s that time again! Parent and Community Night is just around the corner. Whether you are a student, friend of a student, guardian, DPS employee, or community partner, we would love to see you on the evening of February 9th. Dinner will be served, prizes will be given, music will be played, art will be […]
This past Wednesday, EGHS hosted a school wide assembly to honor student and teacher achievement, showcase student projects, and to have some good old fashioned fun with Wii sports. Students were honored for their achievements in the humanities, math, and science. Teachers were recognized for their achievements as well. Prior to the assembly, students were […]
Discover a World of Opportunity at the DPS Great Schools Expo! Your invited to join us on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015 for the DPS Great Schools Expo where families can meet with representatives from DPS elementary, middle and high schools, including traditional, charter, magnet and pathways schools. Bring the entire family to visit with principals, […]
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
EGHS’s first ever literary magazine was released on Thursday, May 21st. Twenty-seven student writers had their creative and academic work published in this year’s installment titled “A Thing Likely to be Wrongly Perceived: An Allusion to Illusion.” Student art was also featured to illustrate their words. This process has been a labor of love. […]