Category: Media Spotlight

North Denver Tribune: Northwest Principals Celebrate School Success

February 5, 2016By: Basha Cohen NORTH DENVER – The often-times contentious Northwest Stakeholder Working Group, a School Board appointed team of educators, parents and community members who sought solutions to the North Denver Middle School enrollment zone in Spring 2015,... Continue Reading

Denver Online receives $3,500 Groove Auto Drive for Education Grant

See post on Groove Mazda’s Facebook page. “We are proud to support the local community through our Drive for Education program. Earlier this month we presented The Denver Online School with $3,500 to help with the purchase of video equipment and software for the student film department.”... Continue Reading

9 News Story: Rancher takes advantage of online education

Story Credit: Nelson Garcia, 9 News DENVER – One of the people at the 109th annual National Western Stock Show is a Denver student who does not always spend a lot of time in Denver. “I was working on a ranch at the time that school started and I didn’t want to go back to public school,” Jacob Leyba,... Continue Reading

Colorado Music Buzz Magazine: Denver Online High School Student Walker Masuda Following Musical Path Through Adolescence

Link to article.Story credit: Tim Wenger, Colorado Music Buzz Magazine It takes a certain charm, on top of an unusual amount of talent, to create a young phenom. The kind that everyone from neighbors to schoolteachers to random faces in the crowd can’t help but open their heart to.... Continue Reading

Denver Online High School Earns Two State Farm Achievement Grants for Service Learning Program

September 11, 2014 Denver Online High School Earns Two State Farm Achievement Grants for Service Learning Program Denver Public Schools (DPS) educators at Denver Online High School to lead a Semester of Service designed to enhance student engagement through a State Farm Good Neighbor Student Achievement Grant.... Continue Reading

North Denver Tribune article highlighting Principal Ian Jones

September 6, 2014 by Basha Cohen In a last gasp of summer, with a nod to the need to get back at it, LoHi Gives hosted a community-wide back-to-school carnival on August 19. North High School set the stage for an event filled with activities that were educational,... Continue Reading

Denver Online HS 4-H Sheep Project Scholarship Program

by Monique Collins on August 4, 2014 Link to article. Zaria Schaffer, a sophomore at Denver Online High School, poses with her lamb Leroy. The sight of two high school students in worn-in blue jeans,... Continue Reading

9 News Story: Roller Derby alter ego helps teen battle bullies

Story Credit: Kelly Sommariva, KUSA DENVER – No matter how tough Algebra, English or Chemistry become, at school, there are no knee pads. There are no helmets to stop the sticks and stones thrown in high school hallways. “I got behind a lot because I was so worried about everybody else,” said Shelby Bacon,... Continue Reading

Colorado Public Radio Article about Relationship Between Denver Online with the Career Education Center

By Jenny Brundin, Colorado Public Radio, Jun 5, 2014Photo Credit: Jenny Brundin, CPR When regular high school fails, some Colorado students turn to career and technical schools Every day, thousands of Colorado students sit in class and, for many, the teacher’s words fly by and grades drop.... Continue Reading

Teachers Who Create Community

Published on May 22, 2014In Denver Public Schools (DPS), families have a variety of schools in every region of the city that provides ‘A World of Opportunity.’ For some students, the best opportunity is one provided not at a particular school or building,... Continue Reading