At DSST, we celebrate our seniors like athletes. On May 2nd, we'll bring together every DSST student and staff member to the Denver Coliseum and cheer as each senior announces their next steps in college and career. We'll also have proud parents and community leaders joining us to show our support for graduating seniors as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.
Next up in our #SeniorSpotlight series is Hannah Curran, a senior at DSST: Stapleton High School. Here's what she had to say...
In five years I see myself applying to graduate school to study Veterinary Medicine. Being a veterinarian has been a goal of mine for the past few years now, and seeing myself come closer to it being a reality is unbelievable. While my future is not set in stone, I want to be doing something I love.
One of the funniest memories I have from DSST was from one of the 6th grade celebrations. We were all sitting down, and out of nowhere a moth starts flying around the gym. Everyone is freaking out as this moth is just trying to find its way outside. At a morning meeting after the incident, Mr. Hofschild and Mr. Hollenbach ran around the commons in wings pretending to be the moth.
One staff member that has influenced me the most while at DSST is Ms. Walker. Even though I’ve only gotten to know her during my Senior year, I always looked forward to AP Physics and Engineering. Ms. Walker always has a smile on her face and takes the time to help me and my peers understand material. She always makes us laugh, and I’m so glad I got to be in her class this year.