Dahlgren School first opened its doors in 1921. Our school is recognized throughout the Navy for providing an outstanding education to students in pre-k through eighth grade. In addition to rigorous academics, students enjoy a variety of classes in music, art, physical education, drama, foreign language, and health. Support services in special education, gifted and talented, speech/language, and counseling are provided to students as needed. All classrooms are equipped with twenty-first technology and peripherals. Individual needs of students are well served by our small pupil/teacher ratios, by our diverse support staff, and through a wide range of facilities, including a state-of-the-art media center, science labs, auditorium with stage, and large gymnasium.
Activities include yearbook, garden club, student council, National Junior Honor Society, basketball, volleyball, soccer, cheerleading, Junior Student-2-Student, spelling bee, drama and music programs, before-school running club and after-school sports club.
The Dahlgren School faculty is comprised of a dedicated group of caring professionals. With a supportive administration, involved parents, and base backing, we enjoy a dynamic "Tiger" environment.
Grades: Pre-K - 8
To be among the world's leaders in education, enriching the lives of military-connected students and the communities in which they live
Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world
To ensure the college and career readiness of our military-connected students, the Mid-Atlantic District is committed to building capacity among all educators to increase the effectiveness of instructional practices.
To provide a world-class education that inspires students to strive for academic excellence as they evolve into successful leaders in a changing global society.
Motto: A tiger never gives up!!
Goal 1: All students at Dahlgren School will increase their math proficiency according to the grade level expectations of DoDEA’s College and Career Ready Standards.
Goal 2: All students at Dahlgren School will improve their literacy skills according to DoDEA’s College and Career Ready standards focusing on increasing their use and understanding of informational text.