Hoover student, Jonathan Le (pictured here with teacher Michael Blair), has been selected to represent the state of Iowa as a delegate to the 2015 Global Youth Institute in Des Moines, October 15 to 17. He was one of several Hoover students that participated in the 2015 World Food Prize Iowa Youth Institute in April. The Global Youth Institute … Read more »
Between May 20-24, Des Moines Public Schools celebrated the Class of 2015 at eight commencement ceremonies, proud to present diplomas to students from all of our high schools. DMPS is pleased to share photographs – 513 photos, to be exact – from all eight of our graduation events, including Hoover High School. Click the photo to see more from some of the most special events of the school year.
Graduation ceremonies were held on Saturday, May 23rd. Congratulations to the 198 Hoover students that earned their high school diploma! We wish you continued success in all your future endeavors.
On Tuesday, May 5th, eleven young ladies, members of the Sisters for Success group at Hoover, were invited to take part in a “Day on the Hill” at the Iowa State Capitol. House of Representative Ruth Ann Gaines and House of Representative Ako Abdul-Samad hosted the legislative day for the members and leaders of the … Read more »
For the third year in a row, all five DMPS high schools are listed among the state’s top 50 high schools on the Iowa Advanced Placement Index. And according to the list prepared by the University of Iowa, Hoover is among the top dozen schools in Iowa! Click the headline to read the full story.
Hoover’s Scientific Research classes have been working hard to write up extended essays in preparation for the World Food Prize’s Global Youth Institute in Ames this past Monday. Students have chosen a country on which to focus and created unique solutions to an identified issue related to availability, quality or quantity of food. Students have … Read more »