Performing and Visual Arts College Fairs give colleges, universities, festivals, conservatories and other postsecondary institutions the opportunity to meet with thousands of college-bound students and their parents.
For the growing number of students pursuing a college degree in music, theater, art, dance, and other related disciplines, this event offers a unique opportunity to get a head start on planning for college.
Student registration is an easier and much faster way for colleges and universities to get your information so that they can follow up with you after the fair. When you register, you enter your contact information, academic interests, graduation year and your high school and then receive your own personalized barcode. Once you print this barcode out and take it to the fair, college representatives can scan them as a way to retrieve this information from you, eliminating the need to fill out information cards.
Join us for the Dillard High School Open House, September 20, 2016. The Club and Organization Showcase will begin at 5:30 PM in the Gymnasium. The showcase is designed to share with parents and students information on the various extracurricular opportunities available to Dillard High School Students.
Class visitations will begin promptly at 6:30 PM. Each student will bring home a copy of their schedule on Monday designed to provide parents with information regarding the order of their classes, the instructors name, and the classroom number. Parents will be able to follow their child's schedule and visit each of their 7 classes.
Open House Agenda
5:30 PM - Club & Organization Showcase (Gym)
6:30 PM - Classroom visitations - Parents and students should begin transitioning from the Gym to the first period class as designated on their child's schedule.
6:37 PM - Principal's Greeting (During Period One)
Click on your grade level to find the locator that displays your first period class. The locator will contain your grade level - your student number - your first period room number - your first period teacher name and 010 which designates first period.
2nd Annual Summer Jazz Workshop Registration Now Open
The Summer Jazz Workshop is an exciting two week intensive youth oriented program that focuses on the fundamentals of jazz music for young musicians.
The Summer Jazz Workshop is open to middle school and high school students. Students must have their own instruments to participate in the program. Sessions are conducted by experienced faculty musicians who expose the students to various subjects and concepts not fully covered by private and/or traditional public school systems.
The workshop’s curriculum includes the subject areas theory, improvisation, ear training, practice, understanding forms and composition, leadership, and performances. Students enrolled in the workshop are given the opportunity to perform at Arts Park in Hollywood as a part of the culminating performance. Become a part of this exciting summer program now.
The application window for the 2016 - 2017 school year is open for either of our two award winning magnet programs in the Visual & Performing Arts or Emerging Technology.Click here to learn more about our award winning Visual & Performing Arts Magnet Program.
Click here to learn more about our award winning Computer Technology Program
Click here to learn more about how to apply to Dillard Center for the Arts & Technology
Mariangela and Reginald competed in the NFTE Regional Entrepreneurship Challenge last Thursday and advanced to the final round where they earned $500. Congratulations to both students and Ms. Savage their instructor for making Dillard proud!
Please return all textbooks to Student Affairs, Ms. Mathews ASAP. Senior Exams are quickly approaching and Senior textbooks need to be returned to school to avoid any obligations. Make sure that you are being responsible and taking care of all requirements and obligations for a successful graduation. Finish Strong Seniors!
Dillard High 6-12 is having Super Testing on April 19, 20, 26, 27, May 3, and 4th.
School hours will be from 7:40 until 11:30 on these days. Students must attend school on their scheduled test days. On any days that a student is not scheduled to test, we will have academic camps available to prepare them for upcoming tests.
Forms listing the student’s specific testing schedule and the academic camps were sent home on Thursday, April 7th. Students were to return the forms to their English teachers by Monday, April 11th.