Testing Make Up

If you happened to have missed your test this week and you want to test, you can sign up for the make up dates HERE.

Future East Angels

If you recently received notification from the DPS Office of Choice and Enrollment that you were accepted to East, congratulations & welcome future Angels!


We are looking forward to connecting with you and helping you choose your classes for next school year soon. Please mark your calendars for our upcoming, mandatory virtual class choice meetings that will be held on April 13, 14, and 15th from 6:00-7:30 pm.

 During this time you will attend a virtual presentation about East and learn what we have to offer. Following our presentation you will have the opportunity to meet with counselors in smaller groups to talk through our course options before selecting your classes via Google form. During this time you will have the opportunity to have all of your questions answered.

If you have additional questions regarding the enrollment process or outcomes, please reach out directly to the DPS Office of Choice and Enrollment at 720-423-3493. 

Please click on the following link to RSVP for one of our virtual events. https://forms.gle/g9kkeZAhPnmukmC79 

Counseling Department Mission Statement:

As counselors, we are committed to ensuring that all students, regardless of individual differences, acquire the educational, occupational and social competencies directed by the mission and philosophy of the Colorado Department of Education, Denver Public School District and of Denver East High School. Developmental by design, systematic in approach, and preventative in nature best describes the foundation of our counseling department mission. The ultimate objective is to facilitate the developmental process that strengthens each students’ unique capabilities, responds to students’ individual academic needs, fosters personal and social growth and promotes post-secondary pathways.


The information here is designed to help support students and parents through the high school years and prepare students for college and career success. East counselors provide support to students and their families in three major areas:
  • Personal/Social Development

  • Academic Advisement

  • Career/Post-Secondary Planning

Risk or Safety Concern?
If you have imminent risk concerns for your child and/or a student during non-school hours (4PM-7AM), contact 911.
If you have concerns related to a possible safety issue during non-school hours, contact
Safe2Tell: 1-877-542-7233 or
DPD non-emergency: 720-913-2000.
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