A Message from the Discipline Office





First, thank you for cooperating with the new restroom policy, it has been going well. 


Next, please be reminded:  We do not have an open campus. You cannot leave school to go get lunch and return. You cannot have food delivered to campus. You cannot have parents or friends bring food to you unless you forget your packed lunch at home.  NO ONE can bring food to you from a restaurant or fast-food establishment.


If you do not follow this rule, your food may be taken from you by ANY teacher or staff member, and you cannot pick it up until after the bell rings at 3:15. 


Lastly, during morning arrival all students can begin entering the building at 7:30 AM. If you have a meeting, tutorial or practice prior to 7:30AM, you should be with a sponsor or coach or have a pass to go to their room. All students are to report to the cafeteria until the 7:45AM bell. The gym is closed in the mornings. 






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Class of 2025 

Students in the Class of 2025 are invited to schedule advisement meetings with their counselor. Please sign up through the links on the Counseling Weebly.    

Please Donate Paper Products

It is time to ask again for donations of Kleenex, paper towels, and Clorox wipes -- we are in short supply.  Next time you are grocery shopping, thank you for considering picking up these items and donating them to us!  You can bring them to the front foyer or front office. 

Each one giving one will go a long way to supporting our students and keeping illnesses away.



Volunteer in the Attendance Office

Come spend two hours every two weeks in the Attendance Office and you'll have fun and learn a lot about how the school works.  We would love to have you be one of the awesome, amazing volunteers.

Click here to Volunteer

Senior News 

Congratulations to the Class of 2023! For information on:

  • Ordering Senior Yards Signs
  • Order Graduation Invitations
  • Scholarships
  • and more,

Click here to go to our Senior page.  You will need to be logged into this website.

Reminder to Students Who Drive to School 

Students who drive to school: You cannot park at Vanderlyn Elementary. If you do, you will be towed. Do not park in the staff auditorium lot or in another student's space. All spaces are assigned. 

DHS PTSO Scholarship now open for 2023 

The DHS PTSO Scholarship is now open for 2023.  Click here to go to the DHS PTSO Scholarship page for more information, deadlines and the application.


Front Office Volunteers Needed 

The Dunwoody High School Front Office needs volunteers! If you are looking for a way to get involved, please consider signing up for a monthly shift. We have found that having volunteers commit to a standing shift on a particular day each month works best. The AM shift is 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM. The PM shift is 11:30 AM -2:30 PM. Note: The 5th week of the month shift will not serve every month, but only a few times throughout the year. 


Please use this Sign Up Genius link to select a time to volunteer. We can't wait to see you in the Front Office! If you have any questions, please contact Alison Stetter at thestetters@bellsouth.net.

Safety Drills and Parking 

As we enter the second semester, I wanted to remind all students that school safety is a top priority of the school and district. One part of school safety is practicing drills regularly. We practice fire drills, tornado drills, and lockdown drills. The district school safety team will come out to do a lockdown in a few weeks. Please follow the instructions and cooperate with your teachers when this happens.


Also, only Seniors with a parking pass can park on campus. NO students are allowed to park in the Staff Auditorium lot. ALL parking spaces are assigned to students or staff, so just because you see an open space, it does not mean that student or staff member will not need to park in their space at a later time. Any student who parks illegally may be ticketed, towed and/or suspended.

Thanks for your cooperation,

Mr. Blake
Assistant Principal, Discipline

Media Center Volunteers Needed 

It's a new year with new opportunities to help out the school. The DHS Media Center desperately needs volunteers, and we would love your help. Sign Up for a 1-hour or 2-hour shift to be an active part of the DHS family. Sign up for as many shifts as possible, as we love repeat volunteers, and the students love seeing familiar faces. 


Send questions to Sharon Cohen at sfcohen70@gmail.com.

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Message from the School Nurse 

The school nurse would appreciate donations of basic items used multiple times daily to help get students back to the classroom quickly to resume learning. Please consider bringing in any of these helpful items: 

  • Quart size zip lock bags
  • Cases of bottled water
  • Juice pouches/boxes
  • Non-peanut snack crackers 
  • A large bag of rice (this makes wonderful heat packs)
  • Paper drinking cup (Large and small)
  • Gently used sweatpants and tees in any sizes or color. (We regularly get requests for a change of clothing, and would like to keep a few items in the closet on hand.)

Thank you so much for your help and support.

Annasue Hardin, BSN-RN
Dunwoody HS Clinic Nurse

Atlanta National College Fair

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) is welcoming back the Atlanta National College Fair.  The fair will take place on Wednesday, March 22 at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park.  The fair will offer both day and evening programming.  This year's fair is projected to be larger than normal and will have specifically designated areas for both STEM and Performing Arts institutions.

SGA Spring Semester 2023 Calendar

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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).