One of DSST’s driving factors is making sure all students have an equal opportunity for their post-secondary education. We offer many resources designed to help students get to and thrive in a higher-education setting, including a partnership with AdvanceEDU.
DSST: Conservatory Green senior CJ Jones plans to join the US Navy. We sat down to ask him about his time at DSST, his goal to make a career in the Armed Forces and more:
Senior Highlight: Byers Senior Rana Abdellatif is using her voice to make an impact in her community
DSST: Byers Senior Rana Abdellatif is a true leader and advocate! We sat down to ask her a few questions about her time at DSST, her role as a young leader and more:
2022 Ariel Berryman scholarship winner, Sarah Portillo-Enriquez, hopes to one day pave the way for other women of color
Jim and Teresa Berryman launched the Ariel Berryman Memorial Scholarship Fund after the passing of their daughter, Ariel. Ariel’s passion for helping people reach their full potential inspired the creation of this scholarship, which helps eliminate barriers to higher education for young women...
DSST: College View seniors Leslie Cesta and Marissa Montoya are classmates, teammates and friends. We sat down to ask them a few questions about their friendship and their time at DSST:
DSST: Cole seniors Arianna Silva, Kenneth Hurd, and Abraham Cabello grew up on the Cole campus. We sat down to ask them a few questions about their experience:
Senior Highlight: GVR senior shares how she found a love for software engineering, what graduation means to her as an older sibling
DSST: Green Valley Ranch senior Doryanna Aldava had a great role model in her older sister, and now it's her turn to be a role model to her younger brother and friends. We sat down to ask her a few questions about her experience:
DSST: Montview senior Kidus Legesse had a 6.3% chance of getting into Cornell University. Despite the odds, he's going to be attending on a full ride this fall. We sat down to ask him a few questions about his journey:
A single scholarship can change the entire course of a student’s life. Doors open, opportunities arise and futures shine a little brighter when financial burdens are removed from the equation.
On Wednesday, May 19, the Class of 2021 celebrated both their hard work and the bright futures. While our seniors weren’t able to announce their post-high school plans at the Denver Coliseum, they still found unique and meaningful ways to celebrate. At each school, there was a viewing party to ...