Dickinson High School

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Dickinson High School educates an average of 1000 students in grades 9 through 12.

It employs 4 certified administrators, 63 certified teachers, 4 counselors, 1 school social worker, 1 ELL instructor, and 39 classified members.

DHS utilizes a four-block per day schedule, allowing students to earn up to 8 credits per year. DHS is State A Accredited with Commendation by the North Central Association (NCA).

We offer approximately 191 different courses in various academic and vocational areas, as well as seven Advanced Placement courses and 9 college dual credit courses. Students can select courses to prepare them for continuing education at the technical or academic level.

DHS has a history of preparing students who become National Honor Merit Scholars. Dickinson High School requires students to earn 26 credits for graduation.