Student clubs are a key component to a comprehensive education as well as a vibrant school community. Denver South is a huge proponent of student involvement and exploration of individual interests. Our “club menu” features longstanding clubs revolving around identity and interest as well as new clubs that have blossomed into competitive teams beyond Denver South.
Speech and Debate is a competitive club. Our members pit their thinking and speaking skills against those of students from other metro high schools in Saturday competitions from October to April in such events as Debate, Oratory, Extemporaneous, Drama, Poetry, Humor and Duet Interpretation. Competitors are rewarded with improved speaking skills, lightning-fast thinking skills, and the pleasure of beating their peers from other schools. Students are also able to earn membership and awards from the national speech organization – the National Forensics League, and may win a spot to compete at the National Speech Tournament in June.
Membership in National Honor Society is open to juniors and seniors who have excelled in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Invitations for membership are extended to students who have attained the following:
An induction ceremony is held during the spring semester of each year. Active members will graduate with an NHS honors cord.
Read more information about JROTC including visiting the JROTC website.
The yearbook staff is made up of sophomores, juniors and seniors with teacher approval. The yearbook staff learns business, leadership, photography, editing, interviewing and computer skills. The yearbook staff meets one period, after school and occasionally on Saturdays.