Denver high school is a melting pot of 62 countries

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Denver high school is a melting pot of 62 countries

Students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms
From left, Eliana Goldberg, Sadia Mohammed, and Jeneba Berety meeting at the South High School, in Denver, library after school. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
Fuwei Huang’s family left China in 2012 so he could have a better future. The recent South High School graduate had to learn English as a teenager while his parents worked in restaurants in Denver. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
Sordum Deeyaa, who is a son of refugee parents from Nigeria, attends South High School in Denver. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
Zahra Abdulameer attends South High School. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
Jeneba Berety, who was born in Sierra Leone in the middle of a civil war, was one of 1,600 students at South High School during the 2016-17 school year. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.

Denver high school is a melting pot of 62 countries

From left, Eliana Goldberg, Sadia Mohammed, and Jeneba Berety meeting at the South High School, in Denver, library after school. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
Fuwei Huang’s family left China in 2012 so he could have a better future. The recent South High School graduate had to learn English as a teenager while his parents worked in restaurants in Denver. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
Sordum Deeyaa, who is a son of refugee parents from Nigeria, attends South High School in Denver. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
Zahra Abdulameer attends South High School. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
Jeneba Berety, who was born in Sierra Leone in the middle of a civil war, was one of 1,600 students at South High School during the 2016-17 school year. At South, students from all backgrounds and beliefs fill the classrooms, where they are welcomed with opened arms and offered a path to success, said principal Jen Hanson. More than a third of the student body last year was foreign-born.
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