Welcome to the DHS PTSO Web Site
This website is maintained by parent volunteers to help DHS parents, teachers, and students stay informed about activities at the school. Welcome to our website.
Diploma Pick-up and Senior Exit Surveys
Diploma pickup begins May 23rd from 12 - 2 PM. We will also have diploma pickup May 24th - May 26th 9AM -1PM. Students must complete the Senior Exit Survey to pick up their Diploma.
Final Exam Schedule for 9th / 10th / 11th Grades
- Thursday 5/19
- All four periods meet
- Final Exams in 3rd and 4th classes
- Regular bell schedule
- Friday 5/20
- Early Release Day - students will be dismissed at 12:20.
- Only 1st and 2nd periods will meet. Students still take final exams in both classes.
- Students will eat lunch the lunch period of their 2nd period teacher.
Last Day of School
Friday, May 20
Early Release Day
The last day of school for students is Friday, May 20. It will be an early release day for students. They will be dismissed at 12:20 PM.
Summer Assignments 2022
Students will find summer assignments for select courses on the DHS Summer Assignments webpage. Completion of these assignments will aid students in being successful in the course during the 2022-23 school year. All summer assignments will be posted by May 24th, 2022. Not every AP class will have an assignment. If an assignment is posted for a class, it is required and will be collected for a grade unless otherwise indicated in the language of the assignment.
NOTE: if the internal links within the assignments do not function, try using Firefox or downloading the RTF version.
Click the button below to go to the DHS Summer Assignments webpage.
Summer Bridge Program for Rising 9th Graders
Please plan to attend the Summer Bridge program held at Dunwoody High School July 28th, from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
Students will have an opportunity to:
- Tour the building
- Sign up for fall sports
- Learn the “Wildcat Pride” cheer
- Attend informative sessions including Course Selection, DHS 101, and Club Rush
There will be plenty of fun activities as well as important information that will help freshmen prepare for high school. Scan the QR code and sign up today!
If you have any questions, please call Dunwoody High School for more information. 678-874-8501
Students looking for a good book to read may wish to take a look at the Readers' Corner and the Georgia Peach Teen Book Award nominees. The GA Peach nominees are the books used for the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl in the next school year. All titles are currently available through the Sora app, available in the Clever Launchpad. For more information on Sora, please visit our eBook Tutorials page.
Students interested in listening to audiobooks should check out the AudioBookSync program. AudioBookSync also utilizes Sora, and students may listen to audiobooks through their phone or other device. Listening to audiobooks improves vocabulary and comprehension, plus they are great for road trips!
Summer Reading Challenge from DeKalb County Public Library
2022 AP Summer Bridge Camp
AP Bridge is designed for rising 9th-12th grade students planning to enroll in one or more AP courses while in high school. This camp will offer learning experiences in reading, writing, and thinking critically in a variety of academic disciplines. Students will expand their knowledge, skills, and dispositions to help them succeed in their AP courses and exams and become lifelong learners. Please see flyer for more information.
The camp will take place June 6-10, 2022 from 8:30-3:00 PM at the DeKalb School of the Arts, 1192 Clarendon Ave, Avondale Estates, GA 30002. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Parents must provide transportation.
DHS Sports Camps - Summer 2022
The following summer camps have been announced in our weekly PTSO newsletters. This camp info is copied here to provide our parents with a convenient reference. Click a link for more info.
- DHS Lady Wildcats Basketball Camp - June 6-9
- DHS Boys Basketball Camp - June 13-16
- DHS Fencing Camp - June 13-17
- DHS Girls Softball Camp - June 20-23
- DHS Soccer Camp - June 27-30
- Dunwoody Cheer Camp - July 18-21
- DHS Marching Band - August 1-5
Summer Audiobooks for Teens
AudiobookSYNC is a program for teens, ages 13+, to access free audiobook titles during the summer. Each week, beginning April 30th, two audiobook titles are released for download. Most of the time, the audiobooks are YA novels, but some classics are sprinkled in, as well. The two titles are "synced" by having a common theme.
This year, the free YA audiobook program is utilizing the Sora app (see previous information on Sora). Here's how it works:
- First, go to the AudiobookSYNC website (https://www.audiobooksync.com/) to register your email address.
- Once your email address is registered, open Sora from Clever Launchpad (https://clever.com/in/dekalb?skip=1), and add "audiobooksync" as a public library. See instructions below.
- Then, you're all set to start downloading on 4/30! You can also sign up to receive text alerts when new titles are added, so you don't miss out. Titles are available for ONE WEEK ONLY!
In Sora, you’ll need to add the SYNC program’s library. Here are the steps:
- In Sora, open the menu (in the top-right corner).
- Select Add a public library.
- Search for audiobooksync and select the library from the results
- Confirm the email address you registered on the website.
Sora's Summer Sweet Reads
Sora, our eBook/eAudiobook partner, has made several titles available to read or to listen to this summer. All titles are accessible via the Sora app in the Clever Launchpad. Please click this link for details about this summer's Sweet Reads, available through August 17th: https://resources.overdrive.com/sora-sweet-reads/. Continue reading for more information about the Sora app.
Sora Tip Sheet:
Sora Tip Sheet (Spanish):
Peachtree College Planning Summer Series
Summer Mental Health Support Groups for Students
Summer groups at the Summit Counseling Center are a great opportunity for students to work on social and emotional skills while also building connectedness, communicating with others, and honing social skills in a group setting. Summer groups are FREE for students at Peachtree Middle School and Dunwoody High School, where Summit provides school-based mental health services. The summer groups are for kindergarten to 12th grade students. The sessions focus on topics like anxiety, grief, building confidence, and more. Learn more...
Class of 2022! We have a special page of information just for you! There are lots of things going on this time of year.
Click here to learn more (or click on the Class News tab at the top of the screen).
Scholarship News can be found here.
Club News can be found on our Club News page. You must be logged in to view the information.
Sports News can be found on our Sports News page. You must be logged in to view the information.
Donate to the Annual Fund
Pay Class Dues, Club Fees and More!
To pay fees such as Class Dues, Club Fees, Sports Fees (for example, Basketball, Best Buddies, Beta Club, French Club and much more),
All Roads Lead to Dunwoody.. THANKS!
Thank you for uniting and joining us at Dunwoody High School for the All Roads Lead to Dunwoody event! Both future and current Wildcats had a great time playing in kickball games, cheering on their peers, enjoying the program, and getting fired up about the upcoming 50th Anniversary year of Dunwoody High School!
We are seeing a lot of parents sign-up for REMIND messages for each class. This is OK, but REMIND is intended for Students to receive important grade-specific information from class sponsors. Click here for information on Remind.
- Freshman Code: @dw2025
- Sophomore Code: @dwood2024
- Junior Code: @dwood2023
- Senior Code: @dwood2022
DHS Academy of Finance Business Directory
Since 1999, the DHS Academy of Finance has exposed 11th and 12th grade students to many facets of business to prepare them for the increasingly competitive workplace. Think of it as a “mini” MBA where students take courses in corporate finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, and more.
Click here for more info on Game On! Click on the logo below to donate.
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