Smoky Hill High School Profile
SHHS Profile 2019.pdf
NEW COURSE OFFERING
CHS 1000 Introduction
to Chicano Studies - Earn College Credit
Enrollment limited to 24
CHS 1000 Introduction to Chicano.pdf
These make great gifts! 40% of the proceeds will be donated to the IB Smoky Hill Program.
View the SHHS Weekly Update online or click on the link, on the bottom of the page, to have the update delivered to your email each week. Updated 4/29/2019
Congratulations to Mayra Guzman and Sandiluz Hernandez Flores for winning the Smoky Hill AVID Scholarship! Each AVID scholar received $2000 thanks to AVID burrito sales and our King Soopers Rewards program. We couldn't do it without the wonderful staff of Smoky Hill.
The Cherry Creek School District would like to share with you the Concurrent Enrollment and other postsecondary course opportunities that are available to Smoky Hill High School students.
Due to a clarification of guidelines regarding required minutes by the Colorado Department of Education, it has become necessary to make an adjustment to our final exam schedule. After carefully weighing the options, we collectively as a district decided to extend first and second semester final exam days to full days of school, instead of early dismissal days.
Check here for Important Information for the Class of 2019 - updated 11/26
for the class of 2021 and beyond
The primary goal is to reward a student for
academic/activity success in a manner similar to the letter reward of a varsity
athlete. The award should represent a
significant contribution to the school, and students should only be given
points for true participation
All games and matches in the West gym will be streamed live on the NFHS Network, as well as games in our district stadiums as well and many other venues.
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