• Dinner Theatre

    The Dothan High School Choral Department is putting on their 2021 Dinner Theatre, a performance of multiple Broadway numbers the entire family will love!

    Show Schedule:

    Thursday, May 6th:  6:30 pm show only

    Friday, May 7th:  6:00 pm dinner, 6:30 pm show

    Saturday, May 8th:  6:00 pm dinner, 6:30 pm show

    All shows will be performed in the James A. Smith Convocation center.  Click here for prices and to view the flyer. 


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  • Houston County Career Fair for Seniors

    Southeast Alabama Works is hosting a Career Fair for high school seniors in Houston County on Wednesday, May 5th, at Wallace Community College.  The fair will be open to students from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm, and for community members from 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm.   Seniors who return to school with proof of attendance will be excused.

    Click here to view the flyer for the event and to see other important announcements for seniors. 




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  • Senior Survey & Grant Opportunity

    Help us celebrate the Dothan High Class of 2021!  Seniors, click here to complete a survey about your plans after high school. 

    Also, Citizen Promise is offering a grant opportunity to high school seniors who are committed to improving their communities.  Click here to view a short video that explains the grant application process.  The deadline for grant applications is Friday, April 30, 2021.

    Information about upcoming events and deadlines for seniors is posted on the Senior Information page on the DHS website.  It is under "Student Life" on the DHS homepage.  You may also click here to access the page.  We will update it as we receive new information. 


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  • 2021 Prom

    Dothan High's 2021 prom, Burlap & Lace: A Night Under the Stars, will be held on Saturday, May 29th, at the Alpha Building at the National Peanut Festival Fairgrounds.  Prom tickets are $50 each and must be purchased online.

    For more information about prom, click here


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  • DHS Parent Survey

    We are in the process of conducting an evaluation of our Parent and Family Engagement Program, and we would like to know what you think.  Please take a few minutes to complete the survey below.  The responses will be used to improve next year's Parent and Family Engagement Program. 

    If you have questions about the survey or need assistance, please contact Shona Fletcher at 334-794-1410 or 

    Title I Parent Survey


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  • 2021-2022 DHS Cheerleaders

    Congratulations to our new DHS Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders! Click here to view the results from tryouts. 

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  • DHS Boys Basketball Camp

    Dothan High's Boys Basketball Team is hosting a camp for boys enrolled in DCS elementary schools.  Students may sign up for the camp with their school's PE teacher by April 12th.  Camps will be held in the DCS gymnasium from 4:00 until 5:15 pm. 

    Click here for dates for each elementary school.

    Please contact Coach Fleming if you have any questions:


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  • Order Your Yearbook

    We have a few yearbooks left, so if you forgot to order yours, it's okay!  Remaining yearbooks will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, and you may order yours online at  Cost is $100. 

    Click here for a sneak peek of the cover.


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  • Citizen Promise

    The Citizen Promise Program helps students by creating an environment for success, setting goals for engagement, and rewarding achievement.  Students learn about the founding documents of American history and their relevance today.  Citizen Promise unites partners in the community and school personnel to provide volunteer opportunities, mentor students and celebrate their achievements.  

    Recently, Citizen Promise held a poster contest for DHS Students.  Congratulations to our winners, Alexia Byrd and Caleb Bogar.  Our "CP" Citizen Action Checkpoint Winner is Cassandra West. 

    Additionally, Citizen Promise has provided students with three wonderful volunteer opportunities:  Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity, Wiregrass Horse Rescue and Sanctuary, and the Dothan Education Foundation Core Store.

    For more information and pictures of the winning posters, click here


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  • "The Howler" Newsletter

    "The Howler" provides the latest news and updates from Dothan High School.  Click here to read the latest issues of the 2020-2021 school year, or hover your mouse over the Latest News tab at the top of the homepage.


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  • 2021 DHS Staff Who's Who

    The Dothan High Yearbook Staff recently gave our students an opportunity to vote on Who's Who of our faculty and staff.  Congratulations to the winners!

    Click here to see the results.


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  • DCS Help Desk

    In partnership with Wiregrass Foundation, Personnel Resources, and local colleges to provide assistance for students/parents attending virtually this year, Dothan City Schools (DCS) is pleased to announce the launch of their Technology Help Desk. Through this partnership, local college students will be employed as part-time technicians to provide free technical support for virtual students who are having trouble with the hotspots or Chromebooks that were provided by DCS.

    Dothan City Schools Technology Help Desk

    Phone: 334.793.1138
    Days: Monday - Friday
    Time: 8 am - 3 pm CST

    Please note: DCS can not support home internet or personally-owned computer issues as the configuration varies greatly and the resources to diagnose these systems/devices are not accessible by our technician(s).


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  • Student Parking Permits

    Junior and senior students who currently have a valid driver's license and are planning to drive to DHS this school year must purchase a parking permit.  Click here to complete the form to register for a parking permit.  Sophmore students who have a valid driver's license and wish to drive on campus should complete the online Google Form Parking Application and bring the $15 parking fee.  


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  • Student Enrollment & Withdrawal Procedures


    Due to Covid-19, our enrollment and withdrawal procedures have been adjusted slightly.  Please click the link below to print and complete the enrollment forms and instructions.  If you are unable to print the forms, please email the DHS registrar, Mrs. Waters, or the head guidance counselor, Mrs. Bratcher, to arrange a time to pick up the forms.  Completed forms may be emailed to Mrs. Waters ( or Mrs. Bratcher (  A $20 technology fee is due at the completion of student enrollment.

    DHS Enrollment Forms


    Please print and complete the withdrawal form to withdraw your student from Dothan High School.  If you are unable to print the form and instructions, please email the DHS registrar, Mrs. Waters, or the head guidance counselor, Mrs. Bratcher, to arrange a time to pick up the form.  Completed forms may be emailed to Mrs. Waters ( or Mrs. Bratcher ( Please include a copy of the parent/guardian driver's license.  After we receive a records request from the receiving school, we will withdraw your student and mail all paperwork to the receiving school.  Please note that all outstanding fees must be paid before records will be sent.

    DHS Withdrawal Form

    *These forms and information can also be found on the DHS Guidance page.  


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  • Transcript Request Instructions

    Dothan High now uses a program called Parchment to manage transcript requests.  Parchment is an online tool that allows users to have official transcripts sent securely to colleges, universities, or scholarship programs.

    With Parchment, you will visit the Parchment website (click here), pay their ordering fee, and we will send the transcript where you request for it to be sent. This link is also on our website under "Guidance."


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  • Need a Reminder?

    Dothan High's guidance counselors have created Remind accounts for each grade level. 

    Just create an account on or download the app, then use the code from your student's counselor to get important updates and reminders delivered to you throughout the school year. 

    Seniors, click here to get reminders from Mrs. Bratcher & Mrs. Tyson. 

    Juniors, click here to get reminders from Mrs. McCarthy. 

    Sophomores, click here to get reminders from Mrs. Quattlebaum. 

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