In 2015 Denver South High is home to two Boettcher Scholars, one National Merit Scholar, four Daniels Fund finalists, one Coca-Cola scholar, plus winner of the DPS Retired Teacher Scholarship – AND …
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In 2015 Denver South High is home to two Boettcher Scholars, one National Merit Scholar, four Daniels Fund finalists, one Coca-Cola scholar, plus winner of the DPS Retired Teacher Scholarship – AND – recipients of over $4.5 million in scholarship money, all as of March 25, 2015. The Denver School Board recently recognized two Denver South seniors for their athletic prowess and creative talents, and paid tribute to Denver South alum Mawukle Yebuah for his devotion to community service, especially his efforts to increase higher education access for black males. All these celebrated successes reflect the challenge, support and community that nurture Rebel culture.
Congratulations to junior Jahanna Brunson, selected as Colorado Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year! Next stop is regional selection in Texas. If she is selected there, Jahanna will go to DC.
The South High School Knowledge Bowl team will be going to state this year! We made it and will represent the school on April 16 during competition at Colorado College. We are proud of these students! We know they will do a great job and it will be a phenomenal experience. Congratulations to: Sophie Bushman, Miller Crone, Reis Gordon, Daniel Renkert, Kyle Salois and Charles Unseld and to their coach Megan Lawson, mathematics teacher.
Cultural expression is a vital part of the world and will flourish at Denver South High School on Fri., April 17 during the annual Culture Fest. After an in-school celebration promoting cross-cultural understanding and interaction among students, a many-nations performance open to the public will take place in the Denver South Auditorium at 6p.m. It’s free!
The annual spring Denver South High School Dance Team performance Bright Lights Big City will take place on Sat., May 2 at 7p.m. in the auditorium. Tickets are $5; that’s an incredible bargain to see these high-caliber dancers.
Denver South High School artists will exhibit creations in ceramics, drawing/painting, arts and crafts, digital art, and photography, May 7-13 in Room 105, with public receptions for the exhibit held 5-7p.m., Thur., May 7 (also Choir Concert night, 7p.m.) and Wed., May 13 (Band Concert, 7p.m.)
Lastly, with the addition of three new sports teams within the athletic program at Denver South High School, there are – and will continue to be – great opportunities for the community to cheer on and spread Rebel pride throughout the city.
Follow Denver South Athletics on Twitter @DSOUTHAthletics.
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