Statement of Common Purpose

At Denver East, our caring community of unique individuals is driven by our great strength: our diversity.

Academic, artistic, and cultural learning experiences develop the whole person and propel every Angel to success in learning and in life.

 At Denver East High School, Black Lives Matter.

Our school, a proudly diverse community of learners, exists in a local, city, and national context where personal, structural and institutional racism exist and persist. We know that this reality continues to negatively impact the lives of our students and staff members. We are committed to examining our beliefs and understandings, dismantling racist structures, and creating anti-racist policies and actions that ensure high levels of success in the learning lives of our black students. This commitment includes the recruitment, hiring, and retention of black educators to teach our Angels with excellence.

In partnership with the Denver Public Schools, we are engaged in the development and initial implementation of the Denver East Black Excellence Plan. The purpose of the Black Excellence Plan is to create and engage strategic actions that significantly improve the school experience for black students and staff members at our school. For more information related to this plan, please, contact Principal John Youngquist at 720-423-8370.

Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball Games

Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball Games will be live-streamed today, January 26, 2021 on Instagram. 

Instagram.com/denvereastladyangels

Future East Angel Event

Jan. 26 at 6:30pm 

SchoolChoice Round 1

Round 1 of SchoolChoice for 2021-22 is open through Feb. 16.

Suicide Prevention Training for Parents

Wednesday, January 27
12:00 to 12:30pm

Amended Bell Schedule

Monday, Jan. 25

Tuesday, Jan. 26

Wednesday, Jan. 27

Thursday, Jan. 28

Friday, Jan. 29

“In-Person/Hybrid”
Periods 1 & 2

Full remote
Periods 3 & 4

Full remote
Periods 1 & 2

“In-Person/Hybrid”
Periods 3 & 4

Asynchronous

School News:

Denver East Protocol for In-person/Hybrid

To ensure safe entry into the in-person learning context, we are implementing the following processes for health and safety requirements, learning experiences in the classroom, and building entrance, exit, and traffic flow. Staff will available at the entrances and...

Entering In-Person/Hybrid at Denver East

East Angels, I hope your week is going well and that you had a great three-day weekend in honor of MLK Jr.!   Thank you again to our Black Student Alliance for their incredible work in creating and producing our “virtual assembly,” recognizing Dr. Martin...

Denver East Succession Principal Selection Process

Dear East High School Staff, Students, Families and Community, I have great hope and optimism as we enter into the new 2021 year. We are looking forward to providingin-person learning for students starting the week of January 19th. In addition, I hope this...

Denver East In the News:

In the news: Cavaliers coach J.B. Bickerstaff on the day he tried to guard Kobe Bryant

https://www.beaconjournal.com/story/sports/pro/cavs/2021/01/26/cleveland-cavaliers-j-b-bickerstaff-pays-tribute-kobe-bryant/4256229001/

In the news: 20 Colorado high school boys basketball players to watch in 2021

https://www.denverpost.com/2021/01/23/colorado-high-school-boys-basketball-players-to-watch-2021/

In the news: Colorado prep basketball players, coaches gear up for season with masks: “It’s going to be tough”

https://www.denverpost.com/2021/01/24/colorado-high-school-basketball-masks-covid-19/

Longtime choir director eager to get students singing in person

William Taylor has never seen “anything close to this.” He's been teaching for nearly 30 years and is the Choir and Band Director at East High School in Denver. Like all teachers, he’s had to dramatically adjust how he teaches. Singing is considered a “super spreader...