For all who wish to learn
With over 30 years of service, Emily Griffith High School remains a pillar of empowerment in the Denver community. Through unwavering efforts to evolve and expand opportunity for young adults, EGHS has completed its transition to the nationally recognized competency-based curriculum. This curriculum style ensures that students, at any level of education, achieve mastery on Common Core State Standards and are able to successfully engage in postsecondary learning and career ventures. Because EGHS shares space with the Emily Griffith Technical College in the new Downtown Denver campus, it is has never been easier for students to access postsecondary success. With new programming, a new location, and a fresh new look, EGHS looks forward to continuing its work in cultivating cutting-edge opportunities for Colorado’s youth.
Our mission is to provide pathways for students who choose to pursue their high school diploma or GED and post-secondary goals. By utilizing an authentic curriculum, flexible scheduling, small class sizes, and robust social/emotional support serve as a springboard for students to demonstrate competency in courses while having the opportunity to simultaneously engage in college, career, and technical education programs.
If you are 17-20 years old and interested in attending Emily Griffith High School, please visit the Future Students page to learn about the enrollment process.
If you are 21 or 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
Next orientation dates for GED summer school: May 24th.
Next orientation dates for diploma summer school: May 17th, 18th and 19th.
Office Hours: 8:00am-3:30pm, Monday-Thursday; 8:00am-3:00, Friday.
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.