DSST Public Schools, the winner of the 2018 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools, has a great deal to be proud of from the Class of 2018. To highlight the graduating seniors, they created a unique way to share 11 of their senior stories. The Denver network of diverse-by-design schools share "senior spotlights," which highlight each seniors unique path to graduation including the graduates' teachers who made a difference in the students' high school careers, and why they're excited to move on to the next phase of life: college.
Click on the spotlights below to learn more about these charter grads!
First up is McKayla Nettles, a senior at DSST: GVR High School.
Next up in our #SeniorSpotlight series is Hannah Curran, a senior at DSST: Stapleton High School.
Next up is JoAnna Garcia, a member of the first graduating class at DSST: Cole High School.
Next up is Sandra Ramirez-Leon, a senior at DSST: Stapleton.
Next up is Ethan Hewett, a senior at DSST: Green Valley Ranch.
My name is Eve Guess, and I am a senior at DSST: Stapleton High School.
Senior Iesha Essien talks about DSST staff who have helped and influenced her.
Zia Ahmadi is a senior at DSST: Green Valley Ranch and has applied to USC, the University of Denver and Colorado School of Mines.
Madison Smith is a Senior at DSST: Stapleton High School.
Peter Le is a Senior at DSST: Green Valley Ranch High School.
Charles Kendee is a Senior at DSST: Cole High School.
Congrats again to DSST's Class of 2018! We wish you all the best in your future endeavors.
This blog is a part of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools' month long celebration of #CharterGrads.