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2024 DHS Red Envelope for Seniors - due April 26

We invite you to send all the DHS Seniors in your life a special note of congratulations and encouragement through our DHS Red Envelope Campaign. We will gather and sort all cards and letters received so that every senior will be presented at graduation rehearsal with a large DHS Red Envelope filled with personal messages.

Course Verification Forms for 2024-2025 School Year

Students were issued Course Request Verification Forms in homeroom during the ROAR on April 12. The purpose of the course verification form is to provide you with a copy of the course requests that have been entered for your student for the 2024-2025 school year. The process of entering course requests is very detailed, and inevitably clerical / data entry errors are going to be made. Therefore, it is important for you to take this opportunity to review the requests that have been entered for your student for accuracy before the master schedule for the school, which includes every student’s individual schedule, is finalized. Verification Forms will also be issued to rising 9th grade students (current 8th grade students) at Peachtree Middle School. In addition to the verification form, there is a separate sheet with guidance on the meanings of different course codes on the form.


If you do not wish to make any changes, you do not have to return the verification form. 

If you wish to make changes, please indicate the changes on the form, sign the form, and return it to the main office by the end of the school day on Friday, April 19. 


We will not accept change requests made in person, by phone call, by voicemail, nor by email. Changes must be submitted on a signed and returned verification form by the deadline.


If you did not receive a Course Request Verification Form, please contact your counselor. 

GA Milestones/End of Course (EOC) assessments

As we approach the end of the semester, it is time to administer the GA Milestones/End of Course (EOC) assessments.  Course content EOC assessments will be administered April 17 - 26, 2024, to students enrolled in American Literature, Biology, Algebra C&C, and/or US History.  All students enrolled in any of these 4 courses are required to take the EOC.  The EOC is worth 20% of the overall class average.  Ensure your student gets a good night's sleep, eats a protein rich breakfast, and arrives to school on time.  ALL testing will begin at 8:05 am EVERYDAY.  Students should be prepared with a FULLY CHARGED DCSD issued Chromebook. 


Please review the attached letter for specific information, EOC Spr2024 Parent Letter_Eng.pdf .  If you need additional information, please contact Mrs. Amiraht Lester, Assistant Principal.

Prom 2024: Safari at Sunset 

DHS Prom is Friday, April 19 from 8 to 11:30 p.m. at Zoo Atlanta!

Prom tickets go on sale this week in Room 2703

Cash or Check ONLY:
$50 per ticket March 25-29
$60 per ticket April 8-18


All attendees must be current on their class dues in order to purchase tickets and/or attend the prom. Only juniors and seniors are eligible to purchase prom tickets. Prom tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. You MUST have a filled out Permission Form for both YOU AND YOUR DATE. Please make checks out to Dunwoody High School. Prom tickets will NOT be sold on prom day.


DHS Letterman Jackets

Do you need to order a letter Jacket? Fittings will be on April 29 from 6-8 pm in the cafeteria.

You must have a letter from your coach or sponsor to purchase a jacket.


See Mrs. Nash in the front office if you have any questions.

Class of 2024 

Go to the Senior page for information on:

  • Senior Last Blast
  • Senior Naviance Exit Survey (REQUIRED)
  • DHS Red Envelope

Senior Week Supplies Needed

It's hard to believe, but Senior Week is right around the corner! We are planning an awesome week of treats for our Seniors but need your help! 


Sodas, waters, individually wrapped candy & small bags of chips are needed. Gift card donations are also appreciated (either in lieu of a food/drink donation or to raffle off to Seniors during Senior Week festivities). 


Please bring donations to the front office with a note attached stating "Senior Week". Contributions are welcomed now through April. 

Welcome to the Jungle!  Teacher Appreciation Week 

Teacher Appreciation Week is May 6-10. It's our second full school year back in the building and it's a jungle in here! Let's show our dedicated teachers and staff how much we appreciate them braving and taming the jungle. We are planning a few fun events for the week and welcome our DHS community to get involved. Here's how you can help: 

  • SIGN UP to help decorate and set up.
  • SIGN UP to bring in snacks:
  • You can also click here to send in snacks from our current Amazon wish list. 
  • If you have a business and would like to donate goods or services, contact

Thanks for your support!

DHS PTSO Hospitality Team

Host a DHS Rotary Youth Exchange Student

The Rotary Club of Dunwoody is looking for three DHS area families to host a 15-year-old boy from Korea for 3 months each, as he attends DHS next year. Hosting a foreign exchange student in your home is a wonderful, life-changing, event that builds lifelong relationships while contributing to world peace.  For more information on this opportunity visit please contact Mr. Rick Woods at  (678) 296-2295‬. 

AP Tutorials - Spring 2024

AP Macroeconomics: Mrs. Lampron and Mr. Chriszt will be offering AP Macro exam prep sessions before and after school. Please join the Remind by texting @getta5 to 81010 for the full schedule and to receive tutorial reminders. Remember, practice makes perfect, so come to the tutorial to get 5! 


AP Psychology: Dr. Davis AP Psychology students, please plan to meet on Fridays during ROAR starting Friday, March 29. You MUST register in advance for the initial review session. Be sure to stop by classroom #2119 to scan the QR Code to register in advance for the session. Registration will close on March 29 after 1st period.


AP Psychology: Mr. Clark will be having an AP Psych review in room A-3 on Wednesdays from 7:30 to 8:00 a.m. He also has a 20-day review packet that he will be more than happy to email or print out for you to review at home. Please email Mr. Clark or swing by his room for more information.


AP European History: Mr. Seals will be holding AP European History review sessions on Mondays during ROAR. The sessions will be held in trailer A-8 every Monday from now until the AP Exam in early May. 


AP Comparative Government: Review sessions for AP Comparative Government will be held on Thursdays during ROAR in Coach Berry's room 2127. Please be on time.


AP HUGS: Ms. Mastin will have her AP HUGS tutorials every Tuesday morning from 7:20-8:00 in room A2. Please get a slip of all the dates outside Ms. Mastin's room.


AP GOPO: An optional AP GOPO exam review will be held every Wednesday during the ROAR in the Media Center until the exam, which is on May 6. See Mr. Robb if you have questions. 


AP Environmental Science: Dr. Lauer will have APES Review Sessions during ROAR for 1st, 2nd, and 4th periods in room 1203 and in the evenings on Tuesdays and Thursdays via ZOOM. The ZOOM sessions will begin the week after SPRING BREAK.  

Online AP Review

The DHS Library Media Center subscribes to the Peterson's Test Prep database from Gale (link below). This database contains practice tests for the PSAT, SAT, ACT, & AP tests. Students will need to log in using the Gale password, and then they will be prompted to create their own account. Once a student has created their account, they can then access the practice tests & even self-paced guided study.


Please stop by the Library Media Center for the password. (Hint: It's a Gale database, so it uses the Gale password!) PTCP?u=dunwoodyhsl 


Also, be sure to check out all our test prep resources available on the Testing Resources webpage:


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GaTutor is powered by Georgia Virtual Learning. Georgia-certified teachers provide one-on-one tutoring sessions tailored for each individual student. GaTutor is entirely free! GaTutor offers flexibility for students, with tutoring sessions available outside of regular school hours. Students select the dates and times that work best for them. Participation is open to all Georgia public school students in grades 9-12 who are seeking free online tutoring services. 


How to sign up: Student-Information

Counseling Information

Please make note of these revised counselor caseload assignments:

  • deRoux: 9-12 A-F, 11th S-V
  • Bunyan: 9-12 G-M, 11th N-R
  • Ingram: 9-12 W-Z, 9th, 10th, 12th N-V

Cat Shack Announcement

Small fat heads start at the low price of $24.99 and large $39.99. However, an order of 5+ will receive a 10% discount, and 10+ will receive 20%. 


Posters may be printed on standard or scrim vinyl banners and are priced based on square feet (see image). 


You can purchase the fat heads and posters through the Wildcat Wearhouse Website.

DCPL Zine seeking submissions 

Submissions are now open for our spring issue of Between the Stacks, DCPL's teen zine. Teens from around DeKalb County are invited to submit up to three works of art or writing to be included in the zine. 


The theme for this issue is nature and the environment. Several DHS students were included in the last issue, available at any DeKalb County Public Library branch.


Access the submission form by clicking this link.  The deadline to submit is May 17.

DHS Film Academy Fundraiser

Six students from the DHS Film Academy have the exciting opportunity to go to California for Student Television Network's annual convention. 


Teachers and students from all over the country will be there to participate in workshops, competitions and networking events. We are doing fundraisers at school, like selling movie tickets and treats, and we have created this GoFundMe as well. Please click to donate or scan the QR code on the flyer. Thank you for your help! 



Attendance Updates 

Click below for Attendance Updates for January 2024.

Who is ready for summer? 

Check out the 2024 Summer Camp page for summertime opportunities.  Check back often to see what new opportunities are posted.

Thanks to Our Inaugural DHS PTSO Sponsors

The Dunwoody High School PTSO is pleased to announce our inaugural sponsors! This is the first year for our new sponsorship program, and we’re grateful to those who stepped up in big ways.

PTSO sponsorships are unique since they provide funding for programs that enrich the learning experience of every student. Please be sure to support the businesses that support DHS!

Many thanks to the following:


Platinum Sponsors: Goodchild Dentistry

and Kaplan Orthodontics

Silver Sponsor: The Whole Tooth

Bronze Sponsor: Summit Counseling


The DHS PTO is a 501(c)(3) corporation that supports Dunwoody High School.


Sponsorships are still available! Interested in learning more? Click this link.


And don’t forget, you can still support our Annual Fund, which fills the gap by funding instructional materials, professional development, student recognitions, PTSO scholarships, campus beautification, and PTSO-sponsored student events. Click here to donate.

Clubs and Sports News  

Click below to go to Club News and Sports News for the latest updates on what's happening at DHS.

Did you Know? 

You can subscribe to the DHS PTSO calendar and have all the dates added to your calendar - and updated in real time. You must be logged in.

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PTSO 2023-24 Sponsors!

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