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Tutoring Available Before School 

WHAS Tutoring Sessions - Members of the Honor Societies at DHS are available for free tutoring on Monday and Thursday mornings from 7:30-8 a.m. in the Library.

Ivy Math Tutoring

Is Your Child On Track in Math? IvyMath is providing all Dunwoody families with a free online math tutoring session and in-depth parent conference to discuss your child's strengths and weaknesses and how they compare to grade level.


IvyMath will also create a custom learning plan that maps out the exact areas your child should be focusing on in math. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions, and understand what your child needs to feel confident and stay on track in math this year.


The IvyMath tutoring session, parent conference and learning plan are free for all Dunwoody families. Popular times fill up, so please register quickly! Signup now at:

Volunteer Opportunities 

It's a new year with new opportunities to help at the school! There are a variety of ways you can get involved. Click below for the full list of ways to help!  Please consider signing up below.

Staff Announcement

Mr. Blake has started his well-deserved retirement. Coach Hill has been promoted to take Mr. Blake's former role within the DHS Administrative Team. Coach Hill now serves as the Assistant Principal of Discipline, the Athletic Director, the Facilities lead and the liaison for the CTAE & HPE departments.


Congratulations to both! 

New PJ Shorts Coming Your Way 

Get ready Wildcats, we have new apparel coming your way! As second semester starts heating up, what better way to stay cool and comfortable than with our new PJ shorts! 


Go to to order your PJ shorts today. Additionally, with the purchase of any order of apparel, show your receipt and you will receive one free medium smoothie during lunch in the cafeteria. Show your wildcat pride and stay cool Dunwoody!  

Families for Rotary Youth Exchange 

The Rotary Club of Dunwoody participates in Rotary Youth Exchange. During the 2024-2025 school year, we will bring one international student to Dunwoody on a one-year scholarship to attend DHS. 


We are looking for families to host the student and bring him/her into your home for 90 days. One student will live with 3 families during their year of exchange. Learn more at


Interested families should contact Rick Woods at or 678-296-2295. 

Dunwoody City Council Meeting at DHS - January 22 

The Dunwoody City Council is taking a council meeting "on the road" in 2024, and Dunwoody High School has been chosen as the host. The meeting will take place on Monday, January 22 at 6:00 pm, and all students (and parents!) are invited to attend. Our day-to-day lives are most impacted by our local government, so come find out what happens at a City Council meeting! Students can even speak for up to 3 minutes during the public comments portion about any issue or topic that matters to you. See Coach Berry or any member of Youth City Council if you have questions.

Pathways to Research

In case you missed the academic talk "Pathways to Research: Navigating Your Path to Academic and Research Success", CLICK HERE for the video presentation.

Learning Commons Computers 

The computers in the Library Learning Commons were removed last week. They will be replaced, but we are unsure of the timeline. If students have to print documents, we ask that they do so at home or speak with their teachers about other arrangements. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

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Dunwoody High School conforms with the open enrollment requirements pursuant to O.C.G.A 20-2-2066 (admission, enrollment, and withdrawal of students) and SBOE Rule 160-4-9-.05 (Charter Schools Petition Process).