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Dishman Hills High School is the oldest nontraditional high school in the greater Spokane area.
Students who attend Dishman Hills High School have many choices. They may attend classes on Monday and Wednesday, Tuesday and Thursday, or all four days of the "student week".
They have freedom to select their teachers, add options for attending Running Start (at one of the local community colleges or Eastern Washington University), participate in Career and Techical Education programs at Spokane Valley Tech (our next door neighbor) or NEWTECH Skills Center in northern Spokane.
Classes are small (typically 8-12 students) and teachers work with students in a caring and nurturing manner, assisting them as they achieve their educational goals.
If you are interested in becoming a new student at Dishman Hills High School please call 927-1100 and stop by to pick-up application information.
Early Release for Thanksgiving
Students will be dismissed at 11:30 on Wednesday, November 26 for Thanksgiving Break. Sack lunches will be available. School starts again on Monday, December 1.
ASB Leadership Class
The ASB Leadership Class has been busy at work on community outreach projects…
Congratulations to DHHS students…They collected and donated 106 coats for the COATS-4-KIDS community outreach project for the month of October!
Dishman Hills High School KIDS CARE food drive…November 10 – 24, each advisory class is collecting basic food items to fill 12 Thanksgiving meal boxes, which will include a turkey and all the fixin’s. The boxes will be given to 12 families in the community.
Toys For Tots
The ASB Leadership Team at Dishman Hills High School has once again committed to help the Marine Corps and Salvation Army collect toys for children living in the Greater Spokane area. Our school will serve as a drop off center for the TOYS for TOTS program. From December 1 through December 17, students, parents and community members can drop off new wrapped toys at our school. We appreciate your support in helping to provide a joyful holiday season to those less fortunate.
Term 1 Report Cards were mailed Friday, November 14.
ASB Financial Reports
Click here to view the WVSD ASB financial reports.
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