Tutoring: Math support is available. Please contact Denise Gomez at Denise.Gomez11@gmail.com for more information.
Study tables: Students can get help in any subject from 3 – 4pm in the library on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. This time is open to all students to drop in and get extra help.
Peer tutoring: peer tutors are available through Mr. Berry in room 317B (across from the library). Tutors are available in specific classrooms to help students. To find out when and where tutors offer help, please visit room 317B or contact Dwight Berry at Dwight_berry@dpsk12.org
Naviance is a great tool to help your student think about college. It is a software application that is available to students and parents. It provides information on scholarship opportunities, the college application process, college representative visits, and more. Students can also use the GPA/ACT/SAT calculator to see what they need to attend different colleges.
Carla Castillo is the best resource at East for all questions about scholarships and financial aid. Please visit her in the Future Center, Room 223.
Naviance continually has updates on scholarships. Check Naviance first through http://eastangels.org/
Greenhouse Scholars: Provides mentorship and scholarship support to high-performing, under-resourced students; students must have a minimum GPA of 3.5. For more information please visit greenhousescholars.org.
Asfaw Family Foundation International: To qualify for this scholarship, students must: be a Colorado resident; an African-American male high school senior; have a GPA of at least 2.5; be involved in the community; and have a career goal to make a difference in the quality of life for others and his community.
ACT prep classes are offered to A+ Angels students through Peak Learning Solutions LLC. Please contact Denise Gomez at Denise.Gomez11@gmail.com to get more information on registering your student.
The SAF helps students obtain the necessary resources to be academically successful at East High School. The fund helps students with fees, books, and transportation. Students must attend class regularly to receive economic support from the SAF.
For help with Job Placement and options for getting credit for working, please contact Mario Ortiz, Job Placement Coordinator.