The Gargoyle is Denver South High School’s digital newspaper, which represents the voice of Denver South’s student body. Students in Print Journalism and the newspaper staff report and write stories each week recounting Denver South events and news, as well as provide commentary on local and national news.
Moo makes a name for DPS, program, after growing up in Thailand refugee camp Cree Moo has found her hobby, and now that she’s competed at an elite level, it’s only enforced her belief: Anybody can wrestle on the big…Continue Reading
Update from Principal Thomas Dear Denver South Students and Families, For our final celebration for Black History Month, we’d like to introduce you to Charles Burrell. Mr. Burrell is a classical and jazz musician who first joined the Denver Symphony…Continue Reading
Update from Principal Thomas Dear Denver South Students and Families, This week, we want to recognize another notable Black leader who had a tremendous impact on our city and state. George Leslie Brown, former lieutenant governor of Colorado was the…Continue Reading
2.11 Update from Principal Thomas Dear Denver South Students and Families, As we continue celebrating Black History Month here at Denver South, we want to recognize a leader and an innovator who had a tremendous impact on the community of…Continue Reading