Phone: 720-886-5300

16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
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AVID Scholarship
If you eat food, please consider this opportunity to support your Smoky Hill AVID program. SHHS AVID will be selling, the King Soopers “reloadable” card, which supports our AVID Scholarship Fund. The King Soopers “reloadable” card does not cost extra to purchase, and the scholarship fund receives 5% of the total sales. Once you make your initial purchase from Smoky Hill AVID, you will be able to reload your card at any King Soopers store.
Please stop by ASC and pick up a $25 card, or call 720-886-5424, or e-mail Cindy Meis at to place your order. It’s as easy as that!
Thank you for your support of the AVID program at Smoky Hill.


  Thank You!

It's a fact that donating blood saves lives.  Thank you for your contributions to the community blood supply at Smoky Hill High School on March 4th. Your support allows Bonfils to distribute blood products to nearly 200 hospitals and healthcare facilities in Colorado and beyond.

At your drive, there were 87 people who came to donate and we collected 7 units of blood which helped up to 213 patients.

Thank you again for your support of Bonfils Blood Center. Have you ever wondered what happens to your unit of blood following your blood donation?  For more information about Bonfils Blood Center, visit

Contact Bonfils' Donor Relations department at 303.363.2202 or 800.365.006, option 1 with questions about blood donation.


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