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DHS Student Council Receives 9th Gold Council of Excellence

For its exemplary record of leadership, service and activities that serve to improve Durango HS and the Durango community, the Durango HS student leadership program has been awarded a 2018 National Gold Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Student Councils. This is the ninth consecutive year that the Durango HS program has been recognized as a Gold Council of Excellence.
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DHS Votes in New Student Council Leadership

Executive (DHS student body) co presidents: Kaylan Wait and Miles Bronson Executive (DHS student body) vice president: Lilah Hwang Executive (DHS student body) secretary/treasurer: Laura Clark Class of 2020 President: Saylor Stottlemeyer Class of 2020 Vice President: Stevi Cameron Class of 2020 Secretary/Treasurer: Andrew Saddler Class of 2020 Elected Member: Corbin Miller Class of 2021 President: Ford Pitts Class of 2021 Vice President: Tatym Bergl Class of 2021 Secretary/Treasurer: Logan Stetler Class of 2021 Elected Member: Zane Baumchen Class of 2022 President: Ellie Clark Class of 2022 Vice President: Libby Chen Class of 2022 Secretary/Treasurer: Sanae Green Class of 2022 Elected Member: Lexi Behn
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Durango High School is recognized with the AP Computer Science Principles Female Diversity Award

Durango High School has earned the first College Board AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles. Schools honored with the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award have expanded girls’ access in AP Computer Science courses. Out of more than 18,000 secondary schools worldwide that offer AP courses, Durango High School is one of only 685 to accomplish this.
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DHS Jazz Ensemble takes 1st Place

The DHS Jazz Ensemble, for the first time ever, took 1st place at the FLC Jazz Festival. With over 20 competing bands from all over the 4 corners. They were the top scoring group of the day and had the privileged to open the concert with the world renowned jazz musician, Delfeayo Marsalis (the brother of Wynton Marsalis). They received a standing ovation at the end. GO DHS JAZZERS!!!
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