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Basketball Banquet

Dublin High School recently recognized its Basketball Teams with a Banquet hosted by the Tip-Off Club.  In addition to celebrating their seven Seniors, special congratulations go to JaCoriJaCori Payne and La'Shayla Pittman for receiving MVP Awards.

To see more pictures from the Basketball Banquet,
be sure to check out the High School's Photo Galleries tab!

Dublin High School's Honors Day

Dublin High School recently celebrated its students' academic achievements with an Honors Day Program.  In addition to being the time for community patrons to award scholarships, perfect attendance trophies and department certificates were passed out.  Twenty members of the Class of 2014 received Senior Beta stoles, while 18 were named Honor Graduates.  


Maintaining an average of 90 or above on academic classes through the third nine weeks of their senior year, the 2014 Honor Graduates are:  Naya Archie, Troy Ashe, Corben Crawford, Deoria Dothard, Tory Edwards, Hobie Evans, Kip Evans, Ryan Falk, Tarun Lolabhattu, Julia Lopez, Hannah Mason, Breana Montgomery, JaCori Payne, Kasey Radney, Gorio Smith, Ashley Souza, Bailey Versprille, and Ashley Wagor.

Congratulations to all those who received awards! 

To see more pictures from Honors Day, be sure to check out the DHS Photo Galleries tab.

April Coffee and Conversation


Senior Athletes Sign Letter of Intent

Dublin High School is proud to celebrate three Seniors who will be continuing their stellar athletic careers come college.  Josh Coleman will be on the next Offensive Line for Albany State, while Jacori Payne decided to attend Columbus State University for Basketball.  After leading the Lady Irish Basketball Team to the State Playoffs, La'Shayla Pittman signed with Valdosta State University.  


DHS Athletic Director, Coach Roger Holmes, reminded younger athletes in attendance that "this is not a one day deal.  It takes a lifetime to get where they are today."


Role models for students both at DHS as well as the middle and elementary schools, congratulations are certainly due to these Fighting Irish Players.  Dublin City Schools wishes each of them the best of luck post-graduation!

To see more pictures from the Senior Athletes Signing Day,

be sure to check out Dublin High School's Photo Galleries tab!

A Year Long Lookback

As DCS celebrates its School Board, let's take a look back at our accomplishments so far this year!

Click here to check out our Youtube video.

DHS Announces Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Dublin High School is pleased to announce Kasey Radney as the Valedictorian and Bailey Versprille as the Salutatorian for the Class of 2014.

Thornton National Finalist in DAR History Essay Contest

Congratulations David Thornton!  The Dublin High School Senior's essay, “How do Americans View Christopher Columbus and George Washington Today?” was recently selected as a division winner for the Southeastern Region of the United States by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.


The essay has now advanced to the final national level to be decided on in May 2014.


Thornton’s essay placed first for the state of Georgia, in addition to being chosen by the local DAR Chapter to represent Laurens Country.

Thornton considers History to be one of his favorite subjects, crediting his 11th Grade U.S. History teacher, Mr. Tapuwa Makaya for further inspiring his interest.  Thornton also thanks Coach Matt Gibbs for encouraging him to believe in himself, and English teachers, Mrs. Cindy Claxton and Ms. Cindi Scott for helping him advance in his writing ability.   


Following his graduation from DHS this May, Thornton will attend Oconee Fall Line Technical College, pursuing an engineering degree as a Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning Technician.

Prom 2014

Donning dazzling dubs, Dublin High School Juniors and Seniors turned the Country Club into the Wild West for Prom 2014!

Special Congratulations go to Bailey Versprille and Troy Ashe for being voted Prom Queen and King!


To see more Prom Pictures, be sure to check out the DHS Photo Galleries tab.

Plant Sell Sponsored by DHS's FFA

Spring has sprung, so it's time to decorate your lawn with fresh flowers. Dublin High School's FFA is hosting a Plant Sell, with prices ranging from $3 to $10. The green house is stocked with fragrant flowers, hanging baskets and potted plants. Contact for more information.


FFA is Selling Baby Bunnies

Just in time for Easter, Dublin High School's FFA is selling baby bunnies raised by students for only $20. Contact for more information.

Class of Colored Rocks honors Troy Ashe

Dublin High School's Troy Ashe was one of the 12 winners to receive the 2014 Class of Colored Rocks Foundation Prize. 


The foundation's goal is to shine a light on distinguished male students of color, using them as a role model in an effort to improve high school graduation rates.    


As a condition of his award, the DHS Senior committed to help develop a program for struggling peers.


Ashe considers himself to be "pretty good at math."  So, the DHS Student Council President and Homecoming King established an after-school program for first graders with a focus on "making math fun for the 'younger' generation."  


Following his graduation from Dublin High School this May, Ashe will attend Moorehouse College where he plans to major in Chemistry and minor in Math.  

Dublin High School JROTC

Congratulations Dublin High School JROTC! The Unit received an overall evaluation rating of "Exceeds Standards." Cadets Jeremy Johnson and Ashley Wagor were recognized as superior performers, while Cadet Baronique Burton lead her flight in an outstanding 30-step drill sequence.

Faculty Basketball Fundraiser

The folks from Dublin High School recently took on Dublin Middle School teachers in the Second Annual Faculty Basketball Game.  A true back and forth, DMS brought home the victor's trophy, winning 63-61.  The action on the court, however, took a back seat to the game's real purpose…finding a cure for Childhood Cancer.  Together, the teams were able to raise more than $700, with all proceeds going to 8th Grader Eboni Payne.

To see aciton shots from the big game,

be sure to check out the Photo Galleries tab!

DHS 2014 Testing Schedule

DHS has set the testing schedule for the remainder of the school year 2013-2014. Please review and mark your calenders as needed.

2013-2014 DHS Testing Schedule


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