Our school’s purpose statement is “preparing independent thinkers and life-long learners.” School is right around the corner, so don’t forget to prepare yourself for the upcoming school year. Sharpen your math skills online at Khan Academy, go to the library and read a book, keep a journal and write. We want you to be successful, but much of your success depends on you and your choices. Think independently and prepare yourself for what’s ahead.
If you have any questions, please contact the school. 225-7018
Sneak Peak & Schedule Pick-up 14:00-15:00
MONDAY, AUGUST 24
1st Day of Classes
Students will visit all of their classes and receive information about curriculum, classroom policies, and required supplies.
Students have the first 10 school days of the semester ONLY to make schedule changes. Appointments can be made in the front office.
If a student withdraws from a course on or before the 10th school day (or its equivalent), no notation is made on the transcript. The following notations on the transcript will be made for withdrawals made between the 11th – 19th school day of the semester: Grade of “WP” (Withdrew Passing) or “WF” (Withdrew Failing), respective to the grade earned at the time of withdrawal. Courses may not be dropped after 20 days into the school quarter. Grades of “WP” or “WF” are not used in GPA calculation, and credit is not awarded.
Grades 9 and 10 must stay on campus for lunch. Grades 11 and 12 can go off campus for lunch.
Click here for the tentative Academic A/B Schedule for SY20-21
After months of closure of our schools to students due to the pandemic, DoDEA is preparing for the start of a new school year. Currently, we are conducting detailed planning and collaboration with our commands around the logistics, health, and safety issues involved in starting this new school year. We realize that the uncertainty around the lack of final plans for a return to school can be unnerving for parents. It is imperative that we get students back to school as soon as soon it is safe to do so. We ask for your patience as we finalize plans and options for the return to school.
One thing for sure – the routines of schools will be different this year. Social distancing, face coverings, and other options recommended by DoD and the CDC will have to be in place to ensure a safe and healthy return to school.
We also understand that some families may have circumstances where they do not wish to or are unable to send their child back to the school setting. Our planners are looking at options to best serve those students.
We expect to have those plans by mid-July and will share with you immediately. As always, we welcome your input and concerns.
All of us in DoDEA want to ensure parents and students have all the resources they need be safe and to succeed.
It is critical that parents help us as we return to school by establishing good hygiene and heathy behaviors at home and by setting an expectation that your child will do the same at school. Handwashing, use of sanitizer, social distancing, wearing of face coverings, and other heathy practices will help ensure the well-being of all students and staff. Above all, if your child is sick, keep them home and get medical attention if necessary.
This page is designed to be a one-stop shop for links to everything, other than health and safety, from school calendars to supply lists, and everything in between. If you need more information, please don't hesitate to reach out to your school's administrator, whose contact information is listed to the right. They are dedicated to making sure students at all grade levels are given the academic foundation, social and emotional skills, and counseling services necessary to be ready for college or career. The best way to ensure that happens is to make sure all students are ready to take on the new school year!
Be sure to watch for updates over the summer! Be safe!