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Dunwoody High School

Dekalb County Schools

Counseling Department

Counseling Department

The high school experience is the final level towards graduation. The school counselor serves as a critical person in navigating a successful high school experience. Academic advisement occurs annually with freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior students. With graduation as the goal, school counselors work to ensure that students are aware that every grade counts.

Dunwoody High School will continue to use RepVisits to schedule visits from college representatives. 
 
Counselor
A-F, Grades 10-12
9th Grade Counselor

Counselor
G-M, Grades 10-12
Counselor
 N-V, Grades 10-12
 
Head Counselor
W-Z, Grades 10-12
Dual Enrollment Facilitator  
Virtual Learning Facilitator
Kaila Flynn
 Counseling Administrative Assistant
School Social Worker

Counseling Data Clerk
 
TBA
Region 1
Post-Secondary Transition Specialist


 

 
 

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Virtual Learning

FLEX Restore Fall 2023 Information for High School Students.pdf


Students interested in taking a FLEX Restore course should contact Mr. Ingram. Students and parents will need to sign and return a Participation Agreement.  

The deadline to submit FLEX Restore requests for Fall 2023 is October 3rd, 2023.


Students interested in taking a FLEX Academy course should contact Mr. Ingram. Students and parents will need to sign and return a Participation Agreement.  

The deadline to submit FLEX Academy requests for Fall 2023 is August 16th, 2023.
 

Students interested in taking a GAVS course should contact Mr. Ingram. Students and parents will need to sign and return a Participation Agreement.  
The deadline to submit GAVS requests for Fall 2023 is August 17th, 2023.
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