Gwinnett Online Campus Opens Registration for Fall Enrollment for Grades 4-12
A Full-time Registration window will be open June 3 – 27 for students in grades 4-12 interested in enrolling for the 2013-2014 school year at Gwinnett Online Campus. Interested families will need to register on campus in Norcross:
2595 Beaver Ruin Road Building F; Norcross, GA 30071
Office hours for full-time registration are Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Please click herefor the list of required documents for the registration process
Ensembles from all over the US and Canada performed in the afternoon adjudication phase and the Duluth High School Chamber Orchestra was selected to be the featured ensemble for the evening recital program open to the public.
The Duluth High School Chamber Orchestra is also featured on IN5IVE, our five-minute news program about Gwinnett County Public Schools.If you forward the video to 3:21, you will skip right to the DHS blurb
DHS Chamber Orchestra Violist Victor Wu Receives Honor
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Congratulations to Victor Wu, a senior violist in the Duluth High School Chamber Orchestra, for his selection to the 2013 High School Honors Orchestra Performance Series at Carnegie Hall.
The musicians were selected by competitive national audition and will have a five day residency in New York featuring rehearsals and performance under master conductors culminating in a performance at Carnegie Hall February 10th.
Scholastic Art and Writing Competition
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Congratulations to the following students for their achievements in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition:
Daeun Song - Silver metal
Clair Hu - 2 Honorable Mentions
Farhaan Samnani - 1 Honorable Mention
Sign up for Remind 101 text notifications from Duluth High School
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Here are directions on how to sign up to receive text messages on important Wildcat Updates from DHS.
your Duluth High Parent Teacher Association (PTSA) hosted a "Meet & Eat" event for the school’s newly appointed principal, Mr. Anthony Smith, on January 24th.
Over 26 Duluth businesses came together to help sponsor the event to give the principal and his family a "Duluth kind of welcome". Parents, local community leaders and school administration were among the guests. Georgia House Rep. Brooks Coleman also made a special appearance. Principal Smith took the opportunity to personally meet those that attended and later spoke to the group about our school’s campus safety measures. Improvements in outdoor lighting around the campus and encouragement of parent sign-up for the emergency alert system texts were two features of his presentation.
The "more infomation" link below contains a list of sponsors from the Duluth community. Please make every opportunity to support these businesses that care about Duluth High.
We'd like to congratulate two of our students for making the 2013 Georgia All-State Band!Alex Broomfield and Nathan Dial, both horn players, will attend the All-State Band event in Savannah Georgia in late February. These students made it past two vigorous rounds of auditions including traveling down to Perry, Georgia to be selected among 95 finalists to be considered among the top 16 horn players in their grade class across the state. They have put tons of hours in preparing for these auditions and their hard work has payed off tremendously. Congratulations Alex and Nathan!
Five students were selected from Duluth to participate in this year's January Band Festival at the University of Georgia (JanFest). Alex Broomfield, Christian Keith, Johnny Chadwick, Daelen Lowry,andSarah VanBuskirkspent the weekend of January 17th-20th in Athens rehearsing in clinic bands and watching high school collegiate performances. The weekend culminated in performances on Sunday. Congratulations to these students for being selected to participate in such a great band experience.
Band - All-State Auditions
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Congratulations to the six DHS Band students who passed the first round of All-State auditions held on December 8, 2012 at Norcross High School! The auditions are completed with "blind" judges made up from band directors from around the state, including our own Mr. Groves.
This year, DHS had 16 students audition, and
Kenneth S., Matias H., Zach F., Nathan D., Johnny C. and Alex B.
scored the required 80 or above to move on to the second audition.
Good Luck to our competing DHS students!
Band - District Honor/Clinic Band
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District Honor/Clinic Band
Congratulations to the following students for their placement in the 2013 District Honor/Clinic Bands!
Alex B., Nathan D., Zack F., and Johnny C.
The Honor/Clinic band event is a three day rehearsal and concert that gives students the opportunity to play in a massive ensemble that is composed of the top musicians in Gwinnett County. These DHS students were placed in the bands by their exemplary auditions at the first All-State auditions in December. The event takes place in the Stone Mountain area, and the concerts will be held at 2:00pm, February 9th at the Smoke Rise Baptist Church in Stone Mountain.
Come hear some great music and support our DHS Musicians!
Duluth's Secret to Winning
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We wanted to let you know that GCPS TV has posted a short video highlighting "Duluth's Secret to Winning" online. This video highlights the DHS Geography team and their outstanding performance in the National Geography Challenge. Below is a link to view this video.
Congratulations to the following winners for Reflections this year!
Way to go on the Theme “Magic of the Moment!”
Winning entries will compete at the County level!
12th Grade - Paulus Abuakel
10th Grade - Nehal Vyas
9th Grade - Asia Chong
Visual Arts Winners
11th Grade - Seong Han
10th Grade - Christina Ma
9th Grade - Shuo Yang
12th Grade - Montse Fragoso
11th Grade - Aashna Punwani
9th Grade - McKenzie Carnazzo
Dance Choreography Winner
12th Grade - Shi Song
Film Production Winner
12th Grade - Diane Nguyen
Jonathan Li - Semifinalist for Siemens Competition
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On October 19, the Siemens Foundation announced the Semifinalists and Regional Finalists of the Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology, revealing the brightest high school minds in contention for the nation’s most coveted teen science prize.
We are proud to announce that Duluth's own senior, Jonathan Li, was named a semifinalist for his original research paper entitled, "Kinetically controlled Synthesis of Silver Nanoplates and Nanodisks via a Solvothermal Route." Congratulations, Jonathan! http://www.siemens-foundation.org/en/competition.htm
Online College Fair - College Week Live
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You're invited to the All Access ZONE-the world's largest online college fair. This year's event is bigger and better than ever because you can:
Enter to win $5,000 All Access Scholarship - two days only!
Live chat with admissions reps and students at 300+ universities, including Arizona State University, UCLA, Duke University and Yale University.
Watch more than 20 hours of expert presentations on succeeding in college, paying for college, selecting a major, transferring colleges and more.
The 11th Annual Exemplary/Exceptional Library Media Program recipients were announced at the recent COMO (Council of Media Organizations) Conference.
The Exemplary Library Media program is the Georgia Department of Education's method to honor, salute, and spotlight outstanding Library Media programs throughout the state. The program must be 'proficient' in all of the 19 target indicators in the rubric (based on law, policy and standards) and exemplary in at least 14 of the indicators.
The school submits a 6 page narrative documenting the media program and explaining the impact of the Library Media program on student achievement. Letters of support from administrators, teachers, students/parents are also part of the evaluated narrative that is read and scored by outside experts.
You can read much more on the Exemplary program at:
SENIORS...Our annual Senior Parent Night meeting was October 4, 2012. The counselors would like to thank all the seniors and parents who were able to attend that evening. For those seniors who were unable to attend, your counselor will be calling you in to complete your Senior Letter for graduation. As mentioned in the meeting, the information presented during the meeting can be found HERE and HERE. The senior year can be both an exciting and stressful time for many families. Please consider utilizing our services to best support your child's final year in high school.
National Merit Semifinalists - John Kaffezakis and Jonathan Li
These academically talented seniors have the opportunity to continue in the competition for approximately 8,300 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million that will be offered next spring. Students enter the competition by taking the PSAT as juniors. The nationwide pool of Semifinalists, representing less than one percent of high school seniors, includes the students with the highest scoring entrants in each state.
DHS Spirit Wear
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Click on links below for Spirit Wear order forms and pricing