Our students have the opportunity to develop passions, build on strengths, explore interests, and develop lifelong relationships in an environment that embraces each individual child.
Our exceptional faculty, coaches, and administrators partner with parents to celebrate, challenge, encourage, and guide our students, so they are academically, emotionally, and socially prepared for the world of college and beyond.
On our campus, your student will appreciate the outdoors whether sitting near the Shark Fountain in our courtyard, on a playing field, researching water quality in the nearby Gulf of Mexico or Choctawhatchee Bay, writing poetry, or planting flowers in our Bee Garden.
2023 – 2024 Curriculum
Ready to choose your schedule for the 2022-2023 school year? Take a look at our selection of courses and programs and start planning now! Incoming students will meet with a guidance counselor to make their official selections.
Are you interested in earning certifications while in high school? Want to better prepare for a career after high school? DHS offers several unique opportunities (with more planned for the future) that allow you to better prepare for your future.
For 2022-2023 DHS will offer academies in the following areas:
Commercial Fishing/Captain’s License Prep
Career Academy courses can be found in the Curriculum Guide.
To request additional information, suggest a career academy, or express interest in one of our academies, please contact Principal Christine Cruickshank.
What else does DHS offer?
Several curriculum tracks/options
Collegiate/dual enrollment options
Outstanding preforming Arts program & clubs
Career academies for career-minded students
Exciting community partnerships and opportunities for apprenticeships