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DHS Counseling Department Mission:
The students of Duluth High School achieve measured improvement against local, national, and world class standards, to become lifelong learners, responsible citizens and resilient, productive leaders in society through a comprehensive and proactive school counseling program. Challenge All To Succeed is supported by counselors as advocates for equity, access and success of each student through identification of unique student needs, and provision of appropriate interventions and resources.

DHS Counseling Department Vision:
Duluth High School students are independent and critical thinkers. They are world-class citizens who are well rounded, culturally sensitive, productive individuals who thrive in a global society. Through their participation in research-based, data-driven interventions that stress college and career readiness, as well as active involvement in the community, our students will take advantage of every post-secondary opportunity available to them.

DHS Confidentiality Statement:

Confidentiality is a key component for working with students and parents. Every effort will be made to maintain that confidentiality. Confidentiality is the counselor’s commitment to respect the students’ privacy by not divulging anything shared in a counseling session except under certain limited conditions. These conditions generally include safety issues (to prevent serious and foreseeable harm to self and/or others), legal issues, and professional responsibilities. The American School Counselor Association's Ethical Standards for School Counselors are available here.



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AP Exam Registration is now open in My Payment Plus

Exam registration will no longer take place in the spring for year-long and 1st semester courses. This means students will have less time to determine if they want to register for exams without being charged late fees than what they traditionally have had in the past. Registration OPENS in MyPaymentsPlus on Monday, SEPTEMBER 30. Registration CLOSES in MyPaymentsPlus at 11:59 on the night of Sunday, NOVEMBER 10. Exams ordered AFTER November 10 will incur a $40 late fee (charged by College Board).
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