East Equals Excellence

Check out a brief overview video about our values and our academic, athletic, and extracurricular programs.

New Graduation Requirements

Starting with our Class of 2021 and every graduating class after that, we have new graduation requirements. The new requirements are less about grades earned for time spent in a classroom, and more about students demonstrating they are truly prepared for the world after high school.

Statement of Common Purpose

At East High School, we provide every “Angel” with a rigorous learning experience preparing them to become creative, active citizens ready for academic and career success beyond graduation.

We are committed to:

  • Sustaining a safe place to learn and work
  • Valuing our diversity as a unique advantage
  • Reducing the gap between higher and lower performing students
  • Raising the achievement of every student
  • Working together to build a better East
Period 1 7:30-8:20
Period 2 8:25-9:15
Period 3 9:20-10:10
Period 4 10:15-11:10
LUNCH 11:15-12:00
Period 6 12:05-12:55
Period 7 1:00-1:50
Period 8 1:55-2:45
Tutoring 3:00-4:00

School News:

2019 State Testing Schedule

From Monday, April 8th through Wednesday, April 10th, students will participate in state tests designed to measure their achievement at grade level. We will not have block days during this week.   Testing Schedule Monday, April 8 – CMAS Science test (11th grade...

Pippin tickets available now

With an infectiously unforgettable score from four-time Grammy winner, three-time Oscar winner and musical theatre giant, Stephen Schwartz, Pippin is the story of one young man’s journey to be extraordinary. Winner of four 2013 Tony Awards including Best Musical...

Denver East In the News:

Simone Bonnet awarded Gold at 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing

Denver East High School student Simone Bonnet awarded the prestigious Gold Medal for her work Karma Is A Bowl, Ceramics and Glass, in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. A cast of more than 100 art jurors, including curators, gallerists, artists,...

Mile High Sports Magazine; “Is Daylen Kountz the next man up?”

When Kountz thinks back to his high-school days, the one thing that really jumps into his mind is what came with playing against a rival in a DPL environment. Kountz is no different from any other college player right now, in that all that remains from high school are...

Allie Kelly featured in The Colorado Independent

Allie Kelly, class of 2019, is the editor of the school’s magazine, the Spotlight. As a writer and assistant project editor, she also brought into the project "Since Parkland" six of the school’s magazine staff: Audrey Abel, Maddy Levin, Javier Boersma, Yoni Manor,...

Student writers contribute to stories of child and teen victims of gun violence

Our Spotlight student reporters have published work in The Trace and in The Miami Herald. These students spent months profiling the stories of child and teen victims of gun violence who have died since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting in February 2018....

Angelbotics getting ready for the first round at First Robotics at Ritchie Center University of Denver. Come see. Our team compete through the weekend!

Tonight we can see a bright supermoon over the mile high city.

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