Thomas Jefferson

High School | Home of the Spartans

Author: Thomas Silverstein

Something Unfortunate Is ComingPosted 05/18/2016 by Thomas Silverstein

Orphans! Murder! Disappearance! And more: A Series of Unfortunate Events is becoming a TV series. Seventeen years after its publication began, children’s book series A Series of Unfortunate Events (... More

All Dolled UpPosted 03/16/2016 by Thomas Silverstein

TJ Theatre prepares for opening night of their upcoming musical, Hello, Dolly! TJ’s theatre department has performed countless plays and musicals from all dramatic eras and genres, and their upcomin... More

Light Rail Builds ConnectionsPosted 01/05/2016 by Thomas Silverstein

The expansion of Denver’s light rail system, set to open in waves throughout 2016, will connect Denver and beyond. Since its humble opening in 1994, Denver’s light rail system has serviced hundred... More

Accessible ArtsPosted 12/18/2015 by Thomas Silverstein

Arts institutes across Denver grant discounts and offers to students, making the arts easier to experience. The idea of spending money anywhere as a student may seem daunting, especially when trying t... More

Love and Banishment in the Forest of ArdenPosted 10/30/2015 by Thomas Silverstein

As You Like It, a story of lovers and self-discovery, is being performed by the Denver Center Theatre Company until November 1st. Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It, an examination of love set in t... More

Arsenic ArrivesPosted 03/09/2015 by Thomas Silverstein

As opening night approaches, TJ Theatre members gear up for this year’s play, Arsenic and Old Lace. After five months of hard work, the students of TJ Theatre will see their long rehearsals and utmo... More

They Want Your BloodPosted 02/20/2015 by Thomas Silverstein

TJ held its first blood drive in recent years, and Spartans were able to give back to those in need. January is blood donation month, and on January 27th TJ students, staff, and faculty were able to p... More

On the Wright PathPosted 12/16/2014 by Thomas Silverstein

Senior Bryan Wright was promoted to the stage manager of TJ Theatre. Senior Bryan Wright has been working in theatre from an early age, but never imagined he’d one day become the stage manager of Th... More

Expanding the TJ FamilyPosted 12/15/2014 by Thomas Silverstein

TJ’s DECA program leads an effort to help families in need. The holiday season is a time when families and friends can gather and be grateful for what they have. However, many families do not have a... More

Before the Crew AssemblesPosted 10/18/2014 by Thomas Silverstein

This year’s play has been announced, and it’s audition time for the cast and crew. TJ Theatre director Tambyr Reed has announced this year’s play, Arsenic and Old Lace, which will premiere in Ma... More