Anderson Studio will be here at the school for Cap and Gown pictures on Friday, February 15 in the Community Room, 7:00am – 3:00pm. Appointments are necessary to allow each senior the personal attention necessary for a great picture. Information on how to make an appointment was mailed home to each senior; you can also find details in the Main Office or on flyers found around the school.
Do you love to dance? Join the Elite Patriot Dancers for their second semester season. The Elite Patriots Dancers are hosting tryouts January 29 and 30 in the Community Room, 3:30pm – 5:30pm. You must attend both days. Good luck! See Ms. Richason in Room 105a if you have questions.
Interested in meeting new people, joining a team, and learning to play golf? Join the GW Girls Golf team and learn the sport of a lifetime, make new friends, and compete against other like-minded golfers of all skill levels. You don’t need your own golf clubs – we have them for you! Come to an informational meeting for both new and returning players this Friday, January 25 in Room 132 during lunch.
This year, registration for all AP exams will run January 28-March 6. During this time, students will register and pay their exam fees online using the form HERE. Because of changes in how accounting is handled within Denver Public Schools, all AP exam fees will now be paid online at the time of registration.
Each AP exam costs $94, and there is an additional $4 online payment administration fee. As with previous AP administrations, please contact Kelly Vigil in the Treasurer’s Office for financial assistance in paying AP exam fees.
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: GWHS Library
Pizza, childcare, and interpretation services will be provided.
It has never been easier for teens to have damaging experiences for which they are not prepared. GW students, parents, and community members are invited to join Zach and Joel Appel for a thought-provoking dialogue about the experiences of both father and son after Zach’s decision, then 14, to begin using drugs and alcohol which nearly ended his life three years later. The talk will focus on behaviors and evidence that indicate a problem, parents’ enabling behaviors that seem loving but perpetuate a bad situation, the importance of healthy boundaries, and specific suggestions for keeping teens safe. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP HERE.
Please join us for a casual discussion with Richard Maez, our IB Program Manager, on Friday, February 8 from 7:30am – 8:30am in the Hall of Fame Room. Topics include changes to GWIB, communication strategies, and fundraising needs. All interested community members are encouraged to attend. Please contact Maura Mackintosh (email@example.com) with questions and/or suggestions for our meeting. Thank you!
Beautiful Black Girls is holding their first meeting on Thursday, January 24 during lunch in Room 114. This club is a great opportunity to meet new people and unite with other young women of color at George. Please come join us. Food will be provided!
Seniors, GW’s College Application Day will take place this Wednesday, January 23 from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the Community Room. If you need to apply to more colleges, please stop by to receive assistance. In addition to GW Future Center staff, representatives from many local colleges will be present to answer any questions that you may have.
The GWHS Food Pantry will be open each Friday from 2:30pm – 3:00pm. The pantry is open to the entire GW high school community. If your family is being impacted by the government shut down or potential strikes, emergency grocery gift cards and food are available. Drop a note in the GWHS Food Pantry mailbox outside Room 109, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to make sure no families are going without food in our community!
Join the DPS GT community for the district’s second High School Gifted and Talented Night on Thursday, January 31 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at Denver Online High School. RSVP using the form HERE.
Gifted and Talented Legislative Day is also coming up on Thursday, February 21 all day at the Capitol. This is a by-application field trip open to all GT students. Learn more and apply to attend HERE.
Sophomores, are you interested in a college-prep program whose mission is to cultivate critical thinkers, engaged in their communities, who are going to change the world? Then the IB Diploma Program is right for you! You must fill out the application HERE in order to register for classes during Choice of Studies. The first application deadline is this Wednesday, January 16. If you have any questions, see Mr. Maez in the Success Center.
For the SAT this spring, 11th grade students will have to opt in to register for the optional essay. The default registration for all students is the SAT without essay. Students who wish to take the optional essay must register for it in advance.
The essay registration window opens today, January 15, and closes on Tuesday, February 12. This will be the only opportunity for students who wish to take the optional essay to add it to their April school day test registration. Students may add the essay to their registration through their online College Board account or by calling the College Board.
A flyer for students on how to register for the optional SAT Essay is available on the College Board website in English (HERE) and Spanish (AQUÍ). Please note the optional essay is only for 11th graders taking the SAT; 9th and 10th graders taking the PSAT 9 and PSAT 10 do not have an essay.
Parents and teens, join Dr. Aimee Sullivan, PhD. for a free event to learn more about anxiety and teens. Learn to recognize when ‘teen angst’ becomes something more concerning, understand the important differences between typical and atypical teenage behavior, and learn how to seek appropriate professional support when necessary.
Dr. Sullivan will speak from on Thursday, February 7 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the East High School Auditorium. See the flyer HERE for more information.
Need help paying for your monthly bus pass? The Patriot Coffee cart would like to help. Apply for assistance through Ms. Vigil in the Treasurer’s Office. The first ten who apply each month will receive their discounted bus pass for free! The Patriot Coffee Cart gives back!
Do you want to surprise your boo or friend on halloween? Come buy a boo gram from Pep Club! We will be selling them from October 24th-29th during lunch and after school by the gym! Large candies will be $1 and small will be 50c. Please find out your “boo’s” 1st, 2nd or 6th period and if they have any food allergies! Boo grams will be delivered by Pep Club on October 31st!
Please contact individual employers for more information about these job postings. GW is not affiliated with any of these businesses and is simply providing the information to students as we receive it.
Discount Tire off of Monaco and Evans is hiring individuals 16 years and older with no experience to train and become Service Tire Technicians. Starting pay is $14.00/hour. Must be able to pass a drug test. Apply with Store Manager Trent McCann at 6171 East Evans Avenue, Denver 80222 or call 303-756-3688.
Waterway Carwash is hiring. They will be recruiting students to work at their Cherry Creek location during lunch on Thursday, October 25th. You must be at least 16 years old and have a license to apply. Hours are incredibly flexible to work around your busy schedule. Apply at www.waterway.com and choose the Cherry Creek location,3875 Cherry Creek N Dr, Denver, CO 80209
Bass Pro Shops is hiring for the holiday season. If you are at least 17 years old and looking for part time work, apply today. They are hosting a hiring fair on October 18th at their Northfield location, 7970 Northfield Blvd, Denver, CO 80238. 720-385-3603 You must apply in advance at basspro.com/careers OR cabelas.jobs
Phil Weiser’s campaign for Attorney General is looking for motivated student leaders to join their Political Organizing Program. If you’d like to learn more about how a political campaign is run, help your community, and develop a record of community service and leadership, you’d be a great fit for the program. Contact Internships Director Daniel Rauch at 504-376-4202 or at email@example.com for more information. Thank you!