Counselors are continuously getting information about opportunities for students. Below you will find a list of scholarships, college information, events and opportunities and summer programs that we have heard about recently. We are trying to make sure all students get information about programs and opportunities they might be interested in. Please let your counselor know if you have any questions.



College Information:

New York University for Prospective Students-

An NYU Information Session covering all three NYU campuses, geared toward prospective students and parents. Location: Westin Denver Downtown.

Who: any high school students

When: Sunday, April 26th, Morning

More information: http://www.nyu.edu/admissions/undergraduate-admissions/visit-us/off-campus-receptions.html


Events and Opportunities:

Deferred Action for Parental Accountability Informational Forum

The Meyer Law Office will provide a 30 minute presentation, free of charge, on DACA/DAPA with an open question/answer portion.

Who: Parents

When: April 22, 6:00 pm

Where: Abraham Lincoln High School

Colorado U.S. Service Academy Information Day

The afternoon will begin with an informational video (the 5 Pointed Star) and then formal presentations by each of the service academies.Following the presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to talk individually with representatives about academy nominations.

Who: Any student interested in an academy.

When: Saturday, April 25, 1-4 pm

Where: Denver South High School (1700 E Louisiana Ave, Denver, CO 80210)

RSVP: academynominations@bennet.senate.gov

Especially Me Conference

Who: Focusing on African American High School Girls

When: Saturday, April 25th

More information: See your counselor

Applications due April 17th


Black Male Initiative Summit

To cultivate leadership skills to engage, empower and excel.

For: 8th and 9th grade black males

When: Friday, May 8th

More information: https://udenver.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5yVLZpunxsO5Ii1



Summer Events and Opportunities:

SeedPath Development Boot Camp

A summer coding/software development boot camp.

Date: June 15th-August 7

Applications due: May 25

More information: www.seedpaths.com/apply


2015 Native Education Forum (NEF)

A summer program at Colorado State University in which students research Native American/Indigenous issues in a college level class, earn college credit, develop leadership skills, and prepare and strengthen college applications.

Who: current 9th-11th graders.

When: Tuesday July 7th to Saturday July 11, 2015.

Applications due: April 17th

More information: http://admissions.colostate.edu/nef/


Explorati Teen Writers Boot Camp

Weeklong camps for writers.

Who: Middle and High School Students

When: Middle School Fiction-June 22 – 25, 9AM – 3PM

High School Fiction- June 29 – July 2, 9AM – 3PM

Screenwriting (ages 13 -18) -July 6-9, 9AM – 3PM

Where: Arapahoe Library Admin Building

More information: www.exploratiteens.com

Adelina Gomez Scholars

Spend a week at UCCS living on campus and taking a college course. Free, but based on financial need and academic potential.

When: Wed. June 11-Sunday June 22.

For: Current juniors

More information: http://www.uccs.edu/~gomezscholars/

See your counselor for a recommendation and application. Applications must be turned in to counselors.

Application due: April 15th.


Banson NYC High School Fashion Summer Camps

For: High School Students

More information: http://www.bansonnyc.com/content.html?page=6 for more information.


CU Boulder Leeds School of Business KeyBank Business Leadership Program

Free week long program (June 14-20) at CU Boulder for those interested in business.

When: June 14-20

For: Current juniors and seniors

Application Deadline: Friday, April 17th

More information: http://tinyurl.com/2015KeyBankBLP