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Douglas High School

Douglas County School District - Nevada

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    A letter from the principal

    Welcome to 2022-2023

    The main office is open to assist you from 7:00 - 3:30 Monday through Friday. (775) 782-5136

    Bully Law Updates

    The most up to date laws addressing Bullying can be found here in English and here in Spanish.

    COVID 2022 Updates

    A student or staff member who had signs of suspected or laboratory confirmed COVID-19 can return/work if after five (5) days the individual is fever-free for 24 hours (without the use of medication) and their symptoms are improving or have resolved.

    • Upon returning from isolation, suspected or laboratory confirmed COVID-19 students or staff must wear a well fitted mask through day 10.
    • If an individual has severe illness or has a weakened immune system, it is recommended to consult their doctor before ending isolation.
    • Instead of quarantining close contacts exposed to COVID-19, it is  recommended they wear a high-quality mask for 10-days and get tested on day.
    Upcoming Events and information
    • Dress code expectations for graduates for June 16.

    • The last day of school for the 2022-2023 will be June 16.  This is the schedule we will be following on this day.

    • All Seniors must return their Chromebooks and their chargers no later than Friday, June 9th.

    • Chromebook Information 

    • World Language textbooks that are being considered for adoption are available for viewing at the DCSD district office.  For more information see the attached flyer.

    • Summer School Information

    • The class of 2023 Commencement will take place on Friday, June 16 at 5:30 on the softball field (north of the Athletic Complex). 

    • If your student needs to leave during the day for an appointment it is suggested that you send a note with him/her in the morning.  They should bring that to the attendance office upon their arrival where they will be issued a dismissal slip.  Then the student can be at the front office waiting for you when you arrive.

    • Revised District DCSD dress code policy.  Please review.
    • Infinite Campus Required Annual Update & Review  Please contact the school if you need help logging in. Get started now:  Parent Portal Here Click More on the sidebar, then click  Online Registration and Update to begin. 
    • Parents interested in becoming a part of our PTSO (parent, teacher, student organization) should send an email to Karan Seelbinder at


    • All transcript requests should be made by emailing: 
      • You must include your name when attending DHS & graduation year OR last year of attendance.
    Chromebook Tips for Parents

    Here are some helpful tips if you and/or your student are experiencing issues with a Chromebook.  

    Infinite Campus Instructions

    Parent instructions for setting up an Infinite Campus account can be found here.  En Espanol.

    douglas high school main office

    The main office is open to assist you from 7:00 - 3:30 Monday through Friday.

    DHS Rated 5 Stars

    About Douglas County School District (information about our schools)

    Graduation Requirements 

    DCSD Accountability Report (2022-2023)

    DCSD Strategic Plan (2022-2027)

    Douglas High School is accredited through the AdvancED Accreditation Commission 2018. View the executive summary here.

    Douglas High School has received a 5 Star Rating which recognizes the school as a superior school for academic performance and graduation rate. The full report can be found here. Congratulations!

    dhs bell schedules

    Regular and Early Dismissal

    DMV Attendance Requirements

    DMV Attendance forms: Please allow 24 hours for the form to be generated. In order to receive a DMV Attendance form, you must have attended at least 90% of the Current semester class days. DMV will not accept faxed copies so please plan on picking up the form from the main office between 7:00-3:30.

    Lost and Found

    The school does not assume responsibility for lost, stolen, or confiscated items, which may include money, electronic equipment, PE clothes, or school-issued supplies. There is a lost and found box located at the end of the counseling hallway that should be checked for lost items.


    -We are not able to release students for pick up without a written request or a parent/guardian coming in to sign the student out.  You can email a request to  You must allow two hours to process these requests.

    -There will be a $25 fee assessed on any returned check.

    -Should you find anything that needs to be corrected or updated, please contact Karan Seelbinder at

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    DHS Courtyard