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Please use the links below to sign up for the state required meeting with your student and their counselor.

We have a new counselor at the high school, so many students have been assigned to a different counselor this year.  Please be sure you are signing up for the counselor responsible for your student's last name.

Our counselors will be meeting with every Freshman, and their guardians, to discuss their graduation requirements, pathway and post graduation plans.

Meetings will be held school days November 5-22.  Please discuss the time you choose with your student to avoid scheduling a meeting during a class they can not, or should not miss.

If you attend the Wednesday, November 6 Freshman family meeting from 6-7:30 you may opt out of your student's meeting.  Your student will still meet with their counselor.

Each counselor has their own online sign up sheet, if your student's last name begins with;

A-Da  Ms. Brown, go to: 

De-He  Ms. Mossholder, go to:

Hi-Me  Ms. Andreasen, go to:

Mi-Sa  Ms. Maslach, go to: 

Sc-Z  Ms. Ozolins, go to:

Freshmen Calendar and Checklist

Parents-- Step by step, you can help your child make informed decisions about his or her education, do well academically, learn about colleges, and find the best possible opportunities for a college education. Following is a checklist that is designed to help you and your child throughout the freshman year. The list speaks directly to your child, although he or she may need your help.

  • Consider taking honors courses.
  • Review your 4 year plan developed at your middle school.
  • Familiarize yourself with DHS graduation requirements and courses available in upcoming year.
  • Attend the Freshman Orientation to help familiarize yourself with the new school and class.
  • Come up with a list of colleges/universities that interest you; academic or vocational. Familiarize yourself with the requirements for acceptance.
  • If you are an athlete looking to compete at the college level, look into eligibility requirements through the NCAA at:
  • Start a pattern of working hard and studying.
  • Take the most rigorous courses available.
  • Get to know your counselor; discuss post high school plans.
  • Look into joining clubs and organizations. See the complete list in your student planner.
  • Start community service/volunteer work. Begin a file that contains hours and activities documented.
  • Monitor your progress toward earning the Millennium Scholarship and understand what is needed to remain qualified. 
  • Review your 4 year plan and begin looking into academic and elective courses to prepare you for your goals after high school.
  • Review course selection with your counselor during the registration process.
  • Start to think about what you will do during summer. Consider internships, jobs, or volunteer activities. See the Programs and Opportunities listed in the DHS counseling website for a variety of summer opportunities. 
  • Enjoy! Relax.
  • Read books, journals, magazines… anything that appeals to you.
  • Consider visiting a college/university that is on your list.