Enjoy your Thanksgiving Break - Nov 21 - 25


Course Request and Scheduling Meetings for the 2023-2024 School Year

The rising 10th/11th/12th Grade Scheduling Meetings to go over the course selection process for the 2023-2024 school year will be on Thursday, December 1 in the DHS auditorium:

  • 5:30 pm (rising 10th grade students)
  • 7:00 pm (rising 11th and 12th grade students).

The rising 9th Grade Scheduling Meetings (current 8th graders at PCMS) for the same purpose will be on Tuesday, December 13 in the DHS auditorium:

  • 5:30 pm (STEM Team and Team 8 B)
  • 7:00 pm (Team 8 A)

Both events will be recorded and available on the Counseling Office website for those who cannot attend. 


Virtual Learning on December 6

The DeKalb County School District (DCSD) has designated Tuesday, December 6, as a virtual learning day for all students. Many schools across the district serve as polling locations, and this transition to virtual learning will ensure fewer disruptions to students and faculty and help facilitate a smooth election day for Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff.

 

“We view voting as a fundamental right for citizens,” said Dr. Vasanne S. Tinsley, Interim Superintendent. “As we did during the mid-term elections earlier this week, we want to continue to do our part to ensure safe, secure, and easily accessible locations for voters who choose to exercise this right.”

 

Schools will share more information with families in the coming weeks to facilitate a successful instructional day for all students.


Green Light ART Project

The Green Light ART project is a partnership between the City of Dunwoody, their Art Commission and Dunwoody High School.  This project uses artwork to beautify traffic light boxes located throughout Dunwoody.  Click here to learn more about the project and view a Green Light ART piece done by one of our DHS students, Shrividya Guru.


Senior Portraits 

We've pushed out the senior photo deadline to Nov. 30 to allow remaining seniors (almost 200) to schedule and take their yearbook photos. Given the many months seniors had had to make appointments, this was a difficult decision to make as it severely delays our progress on the yearbook. PLEASE schedule your sessions IMMEDIATELY. In addition to the usual Cady studios, students may also schedule a session at DHS on Friday, Nov. 18 (the Friday before Thanksgiving break). Remember our photography contract with Cady Studios only mandates that formal poses (tux and drape photos) have to be taken by Cady. Anyone who has casual photos to submit in addition to the Cady-taken formal poses can email those to taelor_rye@dekalbschoolsga.org . Feel free to reach out with any questions!


Holiday Improv Show

Come see Dunwoody Wildcat Theatre’s Improv Troupe on Friday, December 2 at 7:00 pm in the DHS Auditorium. $5 at the door.

 

Special guest, Sean Bailey, will host a fun Holiday Spectacular Show! Sean has 23+ years of Improv experience in L.A., Orlando and Atlanta. He is excited to share his comedic flair with DHS's talented Improv students. This is THE IMPROV SHOW to be at! New Improv games! Exciting spontaneous antics! Guaranteed laughs and a whole lot of improvised on-the-spot fun! 


HBCU 

If you are interested in attending an HBCU please come by the Counseling Office to leave your name.  We will have a limited number of fee waiver codes for the Common Black Application.


 

PTSO Membership & Annual Fund Drive  

The PTSO Membership and Annual Fund drive is in full swing. We are so thankful for the families who have already given to our PTSO Annual Fund this year. Our family participation is currently at 19%. We need that number to increase in order to accomplish our initiatives for this year, we need your support! Please consider donating today! The DHS Annual Fund is used to support students, teachers, staff, and families at DHS. These donations are essential to providing high-quality programs and activities that would otherwise not be possible. Your financial contribution helps to fill the gap to provide instructional materials, professional development, student recognition, PTSO scholarships, College Planning, campus beautification, and PTSO-sponsored events. These initiatives are a key reason DHS is able to provide a quality education for our children. The DHS PTSO is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization, Tax ID 58-2617690 and is eligible for company matching gift programs. CLICK HERE for the link to join PTSO and make a donation. Thank you in advance for your support of Dunwoody High School as we make this the BEST year ever for our students, families, faculty, and staff! Go Wildcats!

Join PTSO & Donate


PAC Election Results

Congratulations to the incoming Dunwoody High School Principal Advisory Committee (PAC) parent representatives Erica Kuniansky and Lisa Seigle, and teacher representative Marjorie

Steinbrenner.

 

Thank you to outgoing PAC members. Parents Katie Scharf and Allegra Johnson (chair) and teacher Mike Nash served on the DHS PAC for the last 2 years.

 

Upcoming DHS PAC Meetings

The Dunwoody HS Principal Advisory Committee (PAC) will meet on the following dates. Public comments lasting no longer than 3 minutes may be made at the beginning of the meeting. 

  • January 10 at 4pm in the DHS Conference Room
  • March 14 at 4pm in the DHS Conference Room
  • April 18 at 4pm in the DHS Media Center
 

Left it at Home? Too Bad! No Drop-Offs Allowed

Students & Parents!  Effective immediately, there will be no drop-offs of any kind allowed during the school day.

 

NO EXCEPTIONS! 

 

DHS cannot be responsible for items left at the school for the student.  Unless it is an emergency, we will not interrupt instructional time to call a student out of class to retrieve dropped off items.  

 

Students must bring with them to school each morning ALL items that they need. Thank you for your cooperation!


Media Center Volunteers Needed 

 

The DHS Media Center is in desperate need of some volunteers. Sign Up here for a 1-hour or 2-hour shift to be an active part of the DHS family.   This is a great way to see some of the action first-hand and help the students.  

 

Questions?  Ask Sharon Cohen at sfcohen70@gmail.com.

 

Volunteer in the Media Center


Message from the School Nurse 

Hello. My name is Annasue Hardin. I am your new school nurse at Dunwoody High School. I'm excited to be working with your children to give them a healthy, safe, and happy learning environment.  

 

If you have a Junior this year, it's time to get their meningitis vaccination booster. Follow the links below for a letter from the Georgia Department of Public Health about the requirements for every 11th Grader in the state of Georgia. There is some wonderful information about the vaccine and meningitis and why this is so important. 

meningococcal-vaccine-parent-letter.pdf
meningococcal-vaccine-parent-letter-spanish.pdf 

 

If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to me directly at (678) 874-8507.  

I'm happy to help. 


From the Discipline Office 

Attention ALL students who are parking in Handicap spaces in the Dunwoody parking lot! Please report to Mr. Blake in the discipline office to verify your handicap tag. To park in a handicap space, you MUST have a current GA handicap tag issued to you, not to a family member or other person. Students parking illegally will get citations from Officer Morgan and face discipline consequences.


Club News

There are lots of clubs to join at Dunwoody High School!  For more information on meetings and other news, go to our Club News page.  You must be logged in to view the information.


Sports News 

Sports News can be found on our Sports News page.  You must be logged in to view the information.

 

 


Counselor Assignments for 2022-23 School Year

We have many new faces in the Counseling Office this year.  Mr. Ingram and Ms. deRoux  are still at Dunwoody High School, and we are pleased to announce that Ms. Bunyan, Ms. Moffitt, Ms. Quintana, and Ms. Wright have joined them to complete our team of counselors.  All four of them are experienced counselors who will bring a lot of talent and skills to us.  The last names served by each counselor are listed below.  Each counselor will serve all grade levels for their part of the alphabet.  This will allow students to keep the same counselor all four years of high school. 

For Counselor contact information, click here.


Remind Codes for 2022-23 

To subscribe to the Dunwoody Remind Groups, text the codes below to 81010:
  • Freshman Code: @dwood26
  • Sophomore Code: @dw2025
  • Junior Code: @dwood2024
  • Senior Code: @dwood2023

Wildcat Webstore & Wildcat Wearhouse

Wildcat Webstore:  Click HERE to view the Wildcat Webstore! Use the Wildcat Webstore to pay for class dues and other fee payments. 

 

Wildcat Wearhouse:  Are you looking for Wildcat Spirit Wear to buy? Look no further than the Wildcat Wearhouse! Click HERE to visit the Wildcat Wearhouse.


Parent Volunteers Needed! 

 

The Dunwoody High School PTSO is looking for parent volunteers for the Front Office and the Attendance Office

Volunteer Opportunities


Dress Code 

For information on the current dress code and violations, click below.

Dress Code


Dunwoody High School Turns 50! 

We will be celebrating all year long Dunwoody's rich

history!  

 

Follow us on Instagram: dunwoody50th

Follow us on Facebook: Dunwoody High School 50th Anniversary

 

Partner with us at dunwoodyalumni.org/dhs50

 

 

 


Cell Phone Policy 

Click here to read about the important Cell Phone Policy.


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. 

 

Student Business Directory


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