Denver Public Schools students and Noble Energy have been proud to support the Denver Broncos this season as we send the AFC Champions off to the Super Bowl this weekend. Noble Energy and the DPS Foundation have teamed up with the Denver Broncos to give back to students in Denver Public Schools. Thanks to the generosity of Noble Energy, the DPS Foundation was able to recognize and reward outstanding students who excel in math and science by sending them to a home Broncos game this season.


DPS students along with Noble Energy stand on the Broncos’ field. An exciting moment!

Noble Energy’s community service program asked DPS educators to nominate high-achieving DPS students to attend each home game. Four students were invited to cheer on the Broncos at each home game along with the accompaniment of a parent. The students are given the opportunity of a life time, where they get to stand on the field before the game and get recognized for their achievements in math and science on the stadium’s big screen TV.

Another way Noble Energy is supporting Denver Public Schools Foundation this year, is by committing to their “Red Zone” program again for the season’s home games. The “Red Zone” is a way for Noble Energy to support DPS in a fun way that helps enhance education through financial means. The company committed to giving $1,000 to Denver Public Schools Foundation each time Peyton Manning’s offense gets within 20 yards of their opponent’s end zone. Last year the Red Zone program raised $40,000 for the DPS Foundation! Stay tuned for updates on this year’s total Red Zone donation.

Read more about Noble Energy’s partnership with the DPS Foundation:

Learn more about a few of the outstanding DPS students who cheered on the Broncos at a home game this season:


DPS students are recognized on the Broncos’ big screen!

Cesar, a DPS senior at Abraham Lincoln High School

Cesar worked weekly with a mentor through the CareerConnect Tech Pathways program at Lincoln High School. Cesar formed a strong relationship with his mentor, and demonstrated commitment to the program through his good attendance. He was especially engaged in sharing what he learned with classmates. His desire to continue career exploration is demonstrated through his commitment to take STEM classes at CEC Middle College of Denver for half days throughout this school year.

Jasmine, a sixth-grade DPS student at West Generation Academy

Jasmine is very passionate about advancing her knowledge of Computer Science and Multimedia. She is currently taking a class that involves coding and designing. Jasmine works hard every single day and is creative in every aspect. Jasmine excels in all of her classes, by getting good grades and helping others. She is already focusing on her future and how she can best make a plan to achieve success.

Maya, a DPS junior at East High School

Maya is the Vice President of the robotics team at East, and she is passionate about getting women into STEM. She has been a part of panels and groups trying to promote science to other students. She is passionate about robotics, and she travels with the team as one of its core members. She is currently enrolled in Pre-Calculus, physics, and Aerospace Engineering.

Miguel, a DPS junior at Denver Center for International Studies – Montbello

Miguel is a junior and is already taking AP Calculus.  He has a tremendous insight and is a very inquisitive student in class.  He has shown a strong work ethic and willingness to help his classmates.  Overall, Miguel is an excellent mathematician and student who is driven and works hard.

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