Forum Mural  by Andrea Hively, class of 2000, Lessita Lorin, 2001 and Rachel Hively, 2002.

1250 SE Holman Avenue, Dallas, Oregon 97338. Phone: 503.623.8336, Fax: 503.623.4669

From the student body president:

Welcome back dragons! This year leadership wants everyone to become a part of the "family" here at DHS. We have the vision for all students to feel welcome and free to express themselves in the many activities we offer. High school is four years that go by much too quickly, but is a time in your life you will always remember. So Dragons, what are you going to do this year to become a part of the story? Because "It simply isn't an adventure worth telling if there aren't any dragons." On behalf of the ASB and class officers, I am pleased to welcome you back to DHS for the 2014-2015 school year! MaKenzie Davis

The DHS Mission

No Excuses

From the principal:

We wish to welcome all students to DHS as we begin the 2014-15 school year, especially the class of 2018 and all new students to the district. We encourage you to get involved in our sports programs and clubs, and show your Dragon Pride!
We are especially excited to announce a program new to DHS. The Willamette Promise is a new opportunity for us to help continue our college-going culture at DHS. The goals of Willamette Promise are to:
* Expand the number college-level courses offered in high school
* Eliminate barriers that limit student participation in dual-credit opportunities
* Create a career readiness and college-going culture that support Oregon's 40-40-20 goal
This is a no-risk program as students pay the $30 enrollment fee only after they have met all proficiencies for identified courses. This is a one-time fee per year for all courses completed. Please feel free to talk to teachers and administrators if you have questions about these courses.


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Calender of Events

Seniors: Credit Recovery Deadline: May 22
Summer School

SENIORS: Your to-do list! Get ready for Graduation on June 6.


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