Viking Awards

Recipients of the Viking Award show off their hardware. Congratulations on this honor.

Microsoft Office Specialist

Congratulations to DHS students who passed Microsoft Office Specialist. Pictured left to right are Daniel Reyna, Gustavo Cisneros, Ever Cruz and Roman Buenrostro with Mr. Houts.

Making an Impact (crater)

DHS students investigate the formation of craters. That take measurements and make observations about this phenomenon. They investigate the differences between the Earth and the Moon and determine that the moon has pristine craters because the moon has no erosion due to no wind, no liquid water, and no tectonic plate activity.

Glamour Girls

Glamour Girls Club volunteers twice a month at the Downey Retirement Center to provide makeovers to the residents. We are a relatively small, unknown club on campus but would like to inspire more interest next year. Our students volunteer their time after school.

Sidewalk Art

Students from Ms. Puente's Advanced Art Design created a chalk art exhibit in front of the J building. Students created their sidewalk canvases using chalk pastels. Students and staff were able to see their progress from start to finish.

Stop the Traffick

Stop the Traffick delivers money raised from Battle of the Sexes rally and gifts for local trafficking survivors to the Orangewood Center. For more information on the Orangewood Center’s efforts to combat local trafficking click here: https://orangewoodfoundation.org/what-we-do/trafficking/.

Entrepreneur of the year

Congratulations to Mathew Sarreshtehdari for winning the NFTE Ernst & Young's Regional Competition! He competed with 1,600 other students. He won a $5,000 Scholarship and also received $3,000 in spending money! He now gets to advance to the next round and go to New York City! He will be receiving this award at an exclusive Gala where his achievement will be recognized in two weeks.

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AP Advantage

AP Advantage is a program designed to help students enrolled in AP Chemistry or AP Environmental Science for the 2016-17 school year prepare for the rigor of an AP class.  The program will be held August 1-3 from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM.  For more information, see Mrs. Carlson in S-22.  Completed registration is due Friday, June 3, 2016.

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Cap/Gown Distribution May 26

For all seniors that ordered their cap/gown BEFORE Feb. 1…you will pick up your cap/gown in the ASB room on May 26 at lunch. For seniors that ordered AFTER Feb. 1…your delivery date is June 2.

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Summer AP and Honors Assignments

English History

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Spring Blood Drive — May 27

Everyone is welcome — come save a life! Join us in the gym on Fri., May 27 for our American Red Cross Spring Blood Drive. Community members are welcome. Times: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm.

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Spring Testing

Here is some important information regarding Spring testing Additional SBAC testing can be found at

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