Phone: 720-886-5300

16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015


Mark your Calendars!
The 28th Annual
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Over 240 crafters will display their wares
at this respected craft show.
See you there!
Seniors – Order Your Graduation Announcements!
Class Recognition of Colorado will be available to take your
graduation announcement orders
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Thursday, October 20th,
in the Activities Hallway.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
12:00 p.m.
Ritchie Center, University of Denver


    Why should you pay your Activity Fee?  That is a good question because most parents and students don’t really know where that $30 goes.  The money is divided among Athletics, Activities, and PTCO.  Some of the benefits of the Activity Fee are:

All regular season Home Athletic Events are FREE with a paid Activity Fee.
World Awareness Week is funded completely by the Activity Fee.
Homecoming, Winter Dance, Prom, and After Prom are supported by the Activity Fee.  Prices are discounted for each event with a paid Activity Fee.
The following list shows how the part earmarked for Activities is spent.  In some cases the money is the sole form of funding for a particular activity.  In other cases it is a supplement that reduces the cost of a product or event for students.  The following activities are funded by the Activity Fee: 
Ambassadors of SHHS
Amnesty International
Anime Club
Chamber Orchestra
Clay Club
Dance Showcase
Destination Imagination
Digital Evolutions
Drama Club
Environmental Club
Greenhouse Club
Harry Potter Club
Hip Hop Club
Hispanic Leadership
Indian Dance Club
Japanese Club
Jazz Band
Key Club
Latin Club
Le Club Francais
Marching Band
Math Club
Model UN
Muslim Student Assoc.
Nat. English Society
National Honor Society
Poetry Club
Science Bowl
SkillsUSA (Auto)
Spanish Club
Step Team
Student Government
Symphonic Choir
World Affairs Yearbook
You should pay your Activity Fee because it supports the activities listed above and because the activities listed impact YOU and YOUR STUDENT!
Activity Fees can be paid in the Bookkeeping Office.A new ID will be issued with a receipt from Bookkeeping in the Security Office. 

Smoky Hill High School
Homecoming - Saturday, October 15, 2002
If you plan to bring an out of school guest to the dance, that quest MUST BE REGISTERED by October 7th, in the Activities Office.
Please download the Homecoming Guest Registration Contract.
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