• Employee Resources
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  • Parent Teacher Conferences

    Wednesday, Feb 21st in the North Bldg only 
    4-730pm
    Please bring your student's schedule.
    Click on the links below for the teacher locator map.
    Map #1
    Map #2

  • Sweeney Todd
    Douglas County Performing Arts proudly presents:
    SWEENEY TODD:  The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
    February 22, 23 & 24 AND March 1, 2, 3 @ 7pm
    (WARNING:Onstage situations may not be appropriate for all Audiences.  Viewer discretion advised.)
     
  • Wednesday, Feb 21st in the North Bldg only 
    4-730pm
    Please bring your student's schedule.
    Click on the links below for the teacher locator map.
    Map #1
    Map #2

  • Douglas County Performing Arts proudly presents:
    SWEENEY TODD:  The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
    February 22, 23 & 24 AND March 1, 2, 3 @ 7pm
    (WARNING:Onstage situations may not be appropriate for all Audiences.  Viewer discretion advised.)
     

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.
2018-2019 ACADEMIC PLANNING GUIDE

&

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

2018-2019 Academic Planning Guide and Course Descriptions

Instructions for Freshmen
Instructions for Sophomores
Instructions for Juniors

Welcome to DCHS!

Here is the information that you will need to enroll your student!

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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.