Discovery High School will be holding our Financial Aid and Graduation Information Night on October 3 from 6pm-8pm. We will help and guide parents and students with filing their financial aid and college applications. A representative from Lower Columbia College will be here to help answer any questions. There will also be information regarding graduation and graduation requirements. Please let Billie Rease, in the Career Center, if you will be attending so we may have enough food.
Friday, June 7
- Grad Walk ~ 10am—12:30pm
- Last Day to turn in HSBP Activities
Wednesday, June 12
- Last Day to turn in Assignments and Pay Fines
- Last Day of School for Seniors
Friday, June 14
- Pick Up Cap/Gown/Tickets ~ 8am ~ 11:30am
Saturday, June 15
- Rehearsal ~ 3pm Rose Center/LCC (be in your Cap & Gown for rehearsal)
- Commencement ~ 4pm Rose Center/LCC
- Social following Commencement at Pavilion outside of Rose Center
Discovery High School is having our Financial Aid Night, Thursday, May 16 from 5pm-7pm at Discovery High School. We will have step-by-step instructions to fill out the FAFSA/WASFA. Please return the yellow sheet that was mailed home as soon as possible.
Discovery High School has the following Scholarships available.
Stylemasters – full tuition (approx. value $1400.00) will be awarded to a DHS student attending Stylemasters
LEA – $1500.00 will be awarded to a DHS student pursuing a career in teaching
Jerry E.Whyte and Dee Ann Holleman – $5,000.00 will be awarded to a DSH student attending LCC in the fall
Lions Club – $1000.00 will be awarded to a DHS student
Building Industry Association – must be received by May 10 to BIA
American Workforce Group – application must be received by May 31 to AWG and can be used at a trade/vocation school and LCC for their trades programs
Forms available in Career Center office (Billie Rease)
Discovery High School will be participating in the 2018 Washington State Healthy Youth Survey on October 12, 2018. The survey asks questions about risks for injury, health outcomes, and alcohol and drug use. Schools, and state and local agencies use survey results to support our youth and reduce their risks. The Healthy Youth Survey is voluntary and anonymous and provides important information to guide policy and programs that serve our youth.
An information sheet was sent home with students in grades 10th and 12th on Friday, September 14. Parent and Student Information letter can also be found at www.AskHYS.net/Administration
On April 19, 2018, Discovery High School students, who are interested in attending Lower Columbia College, were able to tour the campus and get an idea of a community college campus. We were able to hear about the process of attending LCC, which buildings are where and what LCC has to offer. Overall, this was a great experience and the students enjoyed the opportunity.