Curiosity + Courage = Success


I attended Aurora Central High School when I heard about Regis Jesuit High School. All I knew was it was a private school. When my friend Jose, who was originally going to Aurora Central, said he was going to Regis Jesuit, I didn’t feel much.  Of course I was curious but overall, I was happy for him because he really wanted go […]

My Trip to CU Denver


On September 14th, the Regis and Aurora Central scholars joined forces for a tour of the University of Colorado-Denver. I was especially excited because CU Denver is one of the top schools on my list due to the BA/BS-MD program.    We came to the campus via RTD, and it was comforting to know that […]

Jose’s Guatemala Experience

Posted Posted in BHGH Colorado, News

One word to describe it all, UNFORGETTABLE. This trip has been an experience of a lifetime; making an impact on a community, teaching kids English, visiting beautiful sites, and forming long lasting relationships. It wasn’t just a service trip, it was something to remember. I recall losing myself counting down the months, then the weeks, […]

Executive Director Note

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Executive Director Note Mary Frances Tharp “Beginnings are exciting. Endings are sad. What happens in between is what matters.” I’m paraphrasing a quote from a Sandra Bullock movie that has resonated with me over the years and seems very relevant as we start this new phase at Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado. We begin […]

Reporting from the BHGH Summer Program

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This summer we’ve had an amazing adventure. Our program theme was Tourism and Hospitality in Colorado and we’ve had lots of fun exploring this topic. Our first field trip was to the Cherry Creek Mall Apple Store, where we learned tips and tricks to take amazing videos and pictures. Soon, we’ll have a finished product […]

BHGH Collegian, Jorge, Prepares for Graduation

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About four years ago I was near the end of my senior year of High School and I was cutting my college decision very close. It was between two schools, and as I remember, I reluctantly, though happily, chose to attend Regis University. The whole process was scary and unfamiliar, though I had lots of […]