Join Our Mailing List        December  1st, 2014
  Dear Wildcat Family,

  I hope that you all enjoyed a safe and relaxing Thanksgiving break this past week. I   continue to be grateful for the opportunity to serve as principal of Duluth High           School and am very appreciative of your support of this great school community.         It's hard to believe that the year is almost over. Although there are only three weeks   remaining in the semester, these last days provide an excellent window of                     opportunity to both solidify and improve student performance and grades. Parents     and students, I encourage you to be aware of these final opportunities to submit         assignments, attend extra help sessions, prepare for final exams and learn                     additional content in an effort to maximize the success of your high school                   experience. If you have any questions regarding these opportunities, please access     teacher pages on eClass or reach out to your teachers by email for additional               details. Just as it is important for an athlete to finish strong in order to achieve           victory, academic student success demands the same commitment and discipline. I   wish you all the very best as we seek to "finish strong" together.

  Have a great week!

  Anthony Smith

  Start planning....


The Miss DHS Pageant 
will take place on

March 7, 2015  

Girls that are interested in participating, may pick up packets in the Main Office of the 600 building.  





Duluth High School Jazz Band Interest Meeting

Enjoy jazz, blues, swing and big band music? 


Starting in January, the Duluth High School jazz band will begin rehearsals. 

All instruments and voice types are welcome! 

Interested in participating? Come to the meeting on

Monday, December 15th at 2:20pm in the Band Room (400 Building). 

All information regarding the rehearsal schedule, activities, and performances will be discussed! 

Can't attend the meeting but are interested in participating?

e-mail Ms. Bradberry:


Welcome Instruments/Voices: Soprano/Alto/Tenor/Bass

All Band Instruments: String Bass, Guitar, Bass, Drumset, Auxiliary Percussion and Piano.             



     There will be one million more computing jobs than students over the next 10 years (adding up to $500 billion in salaries).

  • More than 50 percent of all projected math and science occupations are in computing occupations.

  • Computing occupations are among the highest-paying jobs for new graduates. Yet fewer than 3% of college students graduate with a degree in computer science.

     We know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding how technology works. But only a tiny fraction of us are learning computer science, and less students are studying it than a decade ago.

That's why Duluth High is joining in on the largest learning event in history:

The Hour of Code,

 during Computer Science Education Week: December 8-14

     Last year, 15 million students tried computer science in one week. This year, we're joining students worldwide to reach 100 million students!

Students in CTE classes will be participating during their class time on

Wednesday, December 10th.

     Any students not currently enrolled in CTE can still participate during their lunch or C25 class! They can use the laptops in the cafeteria or get a pass from Mrs. Cown in room 210. 



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