9th GRADE ICE CREAM SOCIAL will be held on Tuesday, August 29th from 6:00-8:00 PM, starting in the DHS Atrium. Freshman students and their families will have a chance to meet administration, and meet new classmates. Members of the DHS Honors Society will be there guiding tours and answering questions. This is an excellent opportunity to get familiar with DHS and for us to welcome you all to this vibrant community of learners!
PARKING PASS REGISTRATION EXTENDED (MONDAY – AUGUST 21,2017)
All student vehicles parked at DHS must have a parking pass.
The parking lots will be closely monitored by school administration and the Danvers Police Department throughout the year.
As a courtesy, an additional day to obtain a parking placard will be held on Monday August 21st from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
Students must present a valid driver’s license, auto registration, and the cost is $20.00.
A limited amount of spots remain available.
Please see Mr. Emberley in the main office as soon as possible.
“Think before you speak. Read before you think.”
Summer reading because…
Click HERE for the DHS Objectives and Summer Reading list with quick video snippets from our faculty members to help you on your way!
Click here for assistance with downloading the “OVERDRIVE” app for your chromebook!
All students will receive credit for completing their reading assignment when returning to school in the fall.
Our Senior class did a awesome job presenting their Internship Projects in the Vye gym!
This was a great opportunity for all the underclassmen to see the experiences they had in the workplace
and their hard work come to fruition.
Good job seniors!
Take a Look!
On Friday, May 26, Jacob Walker won the Keys to Success Mitsubishi Galant vehicle.
A very big THANK YOU to the Michaud Mitsubishi for sponsoring this program!
To learn more about the program, visit their website at:
Congratulations to Ms. Jackie White and her SERVICE LEARNING CLASS for putting together yet another wonderful SPECIAL OLYMPICS at DHS. All of the participating athletes had a great time, and the school spirit demonstrated by our students was enthusiastic!
Here are some fun photographs from the day!
The class of 2017 – all dressed and ready for Prom!
Thank you to Ms O’Neill for the following photographs of a few students and staff – you all looked amazing and we wish we could post a picture of every single one of you!
Danvers High School, in collaboration with the District Attorney’s Office and Danvers Police department encourage the community to participate in the
SAFE PROM AND GRADUATION INITIATIVE
These events are important and meaningful milestones in the lives of our young people and your efforts to keep our children safe are appreciated! The link below will provide more information and tips on keeping your child safe