Denton High is an International Baccalaureate World School – one of only 50 IB high schools in Texas to offer this challenging academic curriculum. In other programs, students can explore a variety of interests through the school’s numerous extra-curricular activities in academics, fine arts and athletics.
It took nearly 39 years, but Randy Rodriguez now can officially call himself a Denton High School graduate. In November 1973, Rodriguez, then a Denton High junior, enlisted in the U.S. Marines, seemingly leaving the prospect of a high school diploma behind. On March 6, however, he finally received the degree.
The Harpool Middle School Orchestra recently performed a piece composed by a retired Denton High director at the 2014 National Orchestra Festival in Louisville, Ky. The orchestra originally planned to honor retired director Carold Nunez at the competition in Kentucky but will now honor him March 19 in Denton.
The Denton High UIL Academic team recently collected several awards at the Saginaw High Invitational Meet. Denton High brought home first-place team awards in Computer Science, Number Sense, Spelling and Vocabulary, and a dozen individual awards.
Students from Denton High School ranked in nine top-10 finishes at the 32nd annual Texas State German Contest at the University of Texas at Austin on Feb. 22. They competed against more than 900 of the top German students from 61 schools in Texas.
DHS is excited to announce an opportunity for our seniors to learn more about their finances. DHS will be hosting a Bank on Denton County class for seniors. The class will be held on Monday, March 17 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in DHS Lab 200. Sign up in the counseling office or with Ms. Stratton.