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    Growing Up in a Digital Age
    Wednesday, March 15, 2017, Douglas County High School,  7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30)

    Film will be followed by a moderated discussion

    Tickets: $5 - Watch trailer and purchase tickets here:  www.screenagersmovie.com / Purchase Tickets

  • 2017 AP Exam Registration
    • Registration is online!
    • All AP exams are $93
    • Registration Window:
      •  Thursday, February 16th- Wednesday, March 15th
    • Late Registration Window:
      • Thursday, March 16th- Friday, March 31st 
        • $55 late fee, each exam increases to $148
  • Camp DC

    Camp DC is a life coping skills camp with an emphasis on building trusting, as well as lasting, relationships with peers and teachers. Students go through a series of carefully planned activities that challenge them both physically and emotionally. The camp is designed by staff and leadership students for approximately 120 campers.

    More Information

  • College Planning Night
    Juniors, SAVE THE DATE!
    Tuesday, February 28th @ 6:30 PM
    DCHS Auditorium
     
    Learn about the college application process.  Including, high school and college course requirements, standardized tests, and the college search.  The presentation is geared towards Juniors and their parents/guardians, but all are welcome!
     
    -DCHS Counseling Department
  • Oliver
    Douglas County High School proudly presents the classic musical Oliver!  
     
    February 16, 17, 18 & 23, 24, 25 @ 7pm
    Adults $12
    Students $10
    Free w/ Activity Card/Gold Card at the door only
     
    **Theatre Reception, Dedication, & Ceremony
    For the Wallace A. Larson Legacy Theatre
    Sat Feb 18 @ 4-7pm, show tickets required
     
  • Growing Up in a Digital Age
    Wednesday, March 15, 2017, Douglas County High School,  7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30)

    Film will be followed by a moderated discussion

    Tickets: $5 - Watch trailer and purchase tickets here:  www.screenagersmovie.com / Purchase Tickets

    • Registration is online!
    • All AP exams are $93
    • Registration Window:
      •  Thursday, February 16th- Wednesday, March 15th
    • Late Registration Window:
      • Thursday, March 16th- Friday, March 31st 
        • $55 late fee, each exam increases to $148
  • Camp DC is a life coping skills camp with an emphasis on building trusting, as well as lasting, relationships with peers and teachers. Students go through a series of carefully planned activities that challenge them both physically and emotionally. The camp is designed by staff and leadership students for approximately 120 campers.

    More Information

  • Juniors, SAVE THE DATE!
    Tuesday, February 28th @ 6:30 PM
    DCHS Auditorium
     
    Learn about the college application process.  Including, high school and college course requirements, standardized tests, and the college search.  The presentation is geared towards Juniors and their parents/guardians, but all are welcome!
     
    -DCHS Counseling Department

DCHS Student Handbook
This is the most current and up to date version of the student handbook. This is what all disciplinary, attendance, bookkeeping departments, etc. will follow for the 2017-2018 year.
2017-2018 ACADEMIC PLANNING GUIDE

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

2017-2018 Academic Planning Guide and Course Descriptions

 

Families who wish to enroll their student at DCHS, even though it is not their neighborhood school, must complete an Open Enrollment Application​. The window to fill out this application is now open through June 15, 2017.

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DCTV is a team of students from the Video Productions classes that produce a live announcements feed every morning for DCHS students.

While the live feed is not accessible to people outside of the district, there are some links to other DCTV content on this page.

School News

FBLA logo

VAIL - Students from high schools in Douglas County made their presence known at the state Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) conference, held April 5-9.

Robotics medal winners

DENVER – For the first time ever, the United States hosted the International Robot Olympiad (IRO), right here in Colorado. Douglas County students welcomed the world and then showed them their Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Creativity and Communication in the competition.