Trip to Spain 2014

Ms Kuypers takes 8th Graders to Spain !!

This past June, Ms. Kuypers and 15 of her 8th grade students had the amazing opportunity to travel to Spain for a two-week immersion program through EF Tours.  They spent time in Madrid, where they visited the Royal Palace and the Prado Museum and got to learn a lot about Spanish history.  They also spent […]

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Dr Amy Martinson

Dr. Amy Martinson – Recipient of the “Best Should Teach” Award

The Best Should Teach awards are presented annually to CU faculty and area public school teachers to recognize and reward excellence in teaching. The Best Should Teach Initiative, originally conceived by Dr. Lindley J. Stiles (1913-2008), is managed by the Graduate Teacher Program in coordination with the School of Education, the College of Arts and Sciences and The […]

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Hill Receives STEM Grant

Hill Campus of Arts and Science has recently received a grant to further the STEM/Project Lead the Way program from the DPS Career and Technical Education Office.  This grant will allow us to create an intentional partnership with the East High School Project Lead the Way pathway.  We will be receiving all of the introductory […]

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Steves Hot Dogs

Hill Community Dinner!!

Hill PTSA is hosting a community dinner at Steve’s Snappin’ Dogs, located at 3525 E. Colfax at Monroe St., on Thursday, Sept. 4th ALL DAY from 11am – 8pm.  Just let the cashier know or print this flyer to support Hill Campus of Arts and Sciences and the school receives 15% of the proceeds from the day!! WOW!

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Give to Hill Fundraising Party

The Hill PTA is hosting a “Revitalization of Hill” fundraising party at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, located at 1485 Delgany St.,  Denver, 80202 on Saturday, Sept. 20th 2014 from 7-10pm.  This adult only event is direct giving party for Hill Campus of Arts and Sciences as well as a chance to meet, mix and mingle […]

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