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Denver Center for International Studies prepares students for college and career by developing multilingual, interculturally competent citizens who are actively involved in our rapidly changing world.

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Tutor Support

We are excited to share with you an additional resource for tutoring and test prep support for our students.  Denver Public Library recently started a subscription with the online tutoring platform, Tutor.com.  English and Spanish speaking tutors are available in a variety of subjects and test prep areas from 3:00 p.m…. Continue Reading

Drama Club’s “The Greek Olympiaganza”

DCIS Drama Club has been working hard since returning from winter break to present the winter One Act, titled “The Greek Olympiaganza.” Featuring DCIS students: Samaira Camcho BerkeleyJackson BakerBrodie JamisonAsh ArellanoOlivia ChappellAlaya Bisonette-TrujilloSaul VirgilEugenio Gonzalez-ValenciaLucas ProtsmanAllison EatonVanae SampleCeleste Marin Meili KerriganAbby Quintana-BarronLiev RobinetteVincent ChappellNatalia Rodriguez-CedilloLily CombsMaddle DoyleViolet FloodAzim CamachoJessica CastanedaClara CamachoMelika Zare… Continue Reading

Support Injured DCIS Student

Alizon Morales is organizing this fundraiser, a parent of one of our very own DCIS students who is tragically injured after a car accident. “My 13year old daughter was struck, by a very irresponsible adult when she was crossing the pedestrian light;… Continue Reading


DCIS Facts

  • 475 students (Middle and High School)
  • 18:1 student to teacher ratio
  • 60+ countries visited




  • 95% of seniors accepted into college
  • 98.6% graduation rate
  • 100% graduation rate for Multi-lingual students
  • Average senior scholarship/financial aid awards: $6.5 million
  • 5280 Challenge winning teams
  • World Affairs Challenge Champion
  • Highest scholastic honors for college scholarships
    • Boettcher Scholars
    • Daniels Scholars
    • Gates Scholars
  • Colorado Teacher of the Year (Yay Gerardo!)
  • Colorado Thespians Teacher of the Year (Yay Caroline!)
  • US News and World Report – Outstanding school in several recent years
  • Succeeds Prize for transformational impact in a high school