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Congratulations to Dunwoody's Governor's Honors Program State Finalists
Over 3,200 students were nominated to the state level competition and nearly 1,400 of them participated in this year’s state interview/audition process. 26 DeKalb County students were selected as state finalists. Of the 26 selected, 7 students hail from Dunwoody. Congratulations to the following students and everyone who supported GHP.

  • Jenna Sailor
  • Luke Barrett
  • Margaret Wilson
  • Ethan Baird
  • Jaxon Jester
  • Durga Duvvuri
  • Rhea Joshi
Counseling Links
Virtual School Counseling Information
Our Counseling Team is committed to continue our support of students during DCSD Virtual Learning Days.
Please contact your counselor for counseling needs.
Please continue reading for more information and how to contact your Counselor.
Community Resource List
Please see the attached list of resources for general help, food assistance, mental health resources, and health services.
Career & Community Opportunties
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College & Career Virtual Visits
Until further notice, the Counseling Office will schedule virtual college visits through Naviance. Please use the instructions below to sign up for these visits through Naviance:
  • Login to Naviance through Clever
  • Look for the section titled "What's New" at the bottom right side of the page
  • Locate your school of interest then click "More Info" to register
  • Log back into the "What's New" section of Naviance on the date/time of the visit to access the virtual link
Colleges listed below will hold virtual visits on the dates shown.
College Information & Tours
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Scholarship & Financial Aid News
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Additional Financial Aid & Scholarship Resources
Attention Seniors: Visit the counseling office for additional scholarship opportunities. Please click here and here for more financial aid & scholarship resources. 
Testing News
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AP Exams
Attention students:

AP Exams are around the corner!

  • Students who wish to cancel an exam MUST do so through the Total Registration Platform ( The cancellation will then be updated in College Board's AP Classroom.
  • College Board will charge a cancellation fee of $40 to all students. Cancellation fees are not covered by waivers, so all students will be charged the $40 fee when the exam is cancelled.
  • Late Testing: Some circumstances require students to take their AP exam later than schedule. Please contact Ms. Harris for questions concerning the late testing window.
  • Test Prep resources are available on the DHS Library Media Center webpage at
Please continue reading for more information.
Testing Resources

Please visit the Library Media Center's Testing Resources page for more test prep resources, including the DCSD Testing Calendar.



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