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. […]
The Emily Griffith Technical College and the Emily Griffith High School are honored to present Mayor Michael B. Hancock as our keynote speaker at the spring 2015 graduation ceremony. The ceremony will take place on Friday, May 29th 2015, at the Bellco Theatre (within the Colorado Convention Center). The ceremony will begin promptly at 10am. […]
For months now, students at Emily Griffith High School have enjoyed the creative outlet that Youth on Record has created. We are proud to partner with such an amazing organization and thus are excited to spread the word about the official unveiling of their youth media studio on Friday, May 15th at 3pm. Please click […]
Emily Griffith High School celebrates the great success of their first ever prom celebration!! Over sixty students enjoyed an evening of dancing and socializing in their most elegant attire. The event was perfect; the students made it happen and were most impressive with their attitudes, dance moves, and attire. Thanks to all that made this […]
The opening ceremony for the Epic Arts Spring 2015 Youth Exhibition is in two days! Here is a sneak peek of the social justice mural that our art club has been working on:
Summer school at EGHS will run from June 8th to July 17th. Students enrolled during the 2014-2105 school year are eligible to take up to 2 classes. Available classes are: American Literature I American Literature II Contemporary Literature Advanced Algebra I Advanced Algebra II US History I US History II Civics Physical Science II Biology […]
As you know, 2 weeks ago a massive earthquake in Nepal claimed over 8000 lives, left thousands homeless, flattened villages, and destroyed temples of worship and landmarks. Nepal is one of Asia’s poorest countries and lacks the resources needed to provide aid and reconstruction. AND they just got another earthquake yesterday! EGHS’s Nepalese students […]
Emily Griffith High School’s Consciously Creative art club is making a glorious statement on social injustices humanity faces on a personal and worldly level. These students, along with 13 other DPS schools, have each been paired with a local Denver artist to create one show that can’t be missed! Here is a sneak peak of […]
Epsilon Nu Mega is a chapter of Alpha Kappa Sorority, Inc., which is the oldest African American sorority in the country. It was organized at Howard University in 1908 and is currently comprised of over 150,000 women dedicated to providing service to their communities.
For weeks now, the members of Creative Conscious Endeavors have been planning a mural piece to be featured at Redline Gallery. This mural will be a part of the Epic Arts Spring 2015 Youth Exhibition. The exhibition features student work inspired by social issues.