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.

Annual Family Update

Early Bird Annual Family Update is available May 1-31. All information for current students must be verified with DPS every year. By completing this process online, you avoid paper forms and decrease the time spent at school during fall registration. Annual Family Update can only be completed by the parent/guardian listed in the primary household of the student record. Parents/guardians must have an active DPS Parent Portal account; check for an active account or create an account at Then, log in anytime between 8 a.m. May 1 and 4 p.m. May 31 to participate. There will be a second window this summer beginning July 20.

School News:

Senior Checkout Checklist Class of 2021- Friday, May 14th 2021

Senior Checkout Checklist Class of 2021- Friday, May 14th 2021 Checkout will be mandatory in person. Please only come during your allotted time according to the alphabetical break down of your last name.  8:00 am - 9:30 am  A-Ch & Ci-F 9:30 am - 11:00 am G-J &...

DECA International Career Development Conference- Nationals

DECA is heading into week three of our DECA International Career Development Conference and are excited to announce that East has 4 groups who have advanced to finals. There are over 200 groups in each event and the finals round consists of the top 20!   Please wish...

Calling All AP Students

Dear AP Students,   Your AP Exams will start soon! Look at your College Board accounts to see your exam date, start times and if your exam will be digital at home or in person at East.   How to see your exam information: Login into your College Board...

Denver East In the News:

In the news: High school basketball: best team in all 50 states since 2000

In the News: Denver celebrates DPS State Champion student-athletes

In The News: ‘There’s more to our community than hate crimes’: Colorado’s AAPI community reflects on importance of celebrating culture, heritage

In the News: Where Denver parents most want to send their kids to school