Dunwoody Decals: The Best Way to Show Dunwoody Spirit!

Show your Dunwoody spirit with our new selection of stickers and magnets! For all Dunwoody residents, we have the classic DWY sticker ($5). For Dunwoody High School parents and students, we have options! Choose between the Wildcat Pride magnet ($6) and the white Paw sticker ($4) or treat yourself to both. These decals look great on all cars, refrigerators, computers, water bottles, etc so don’t miss out on the chance to get yours today and support the Dunwoody Academy of Finance!… Read More »

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Lauren Davis
(470) 955-4704
laurenwdavis1018@gmail.com

Master Gardener Talk on Shade Gardening

Got shade? Join us for “Made in the Shade,” a presentation on best practices for shady gardens, Sat., Aug. 10, 11a-12p, at Brook Run’s Dunwoody Community Garden & Orchard greenhouse complex, opposite the skate park. Master Gardener Cyndi McGill will discuss how to work with different types of shade and which shade-loving plants work best in our area.… Read More »

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Custom Made Agendas for DHS Students!

We are selling custom made Dunwoody High School agendas! The agenda is made for the block schedule used at DHS and also includes football game dates, off days, homecoming, and other events! This is a great way to stay organized during the school year and by purchasing one you are helping support Dunwoody Finance Academy students!… Read More »

Contact:

McKenna Nims
(404) 791-6007
savethedate.agendas@gmail.com

Donate to help family of PCMS Suicide Victim’s Family

Following is a description from the Go Fund Me Page:  “Gerardo Garcia was an amazing 11 year old, who loved to play soccer with his friends in his neighborhood and at school. He was a very happy kid loved by everyone. Unfortunately Gerardo committed suicide in his home were his brother found him. He’s touched everyone’s heart in some way in our neighborhood.… Read More »

AP (Advanced Placement) Scores Published Today….So what?

by Audra Anders for The Aha! Connection

I have college and high school aged sons so friends with younger kids are often asking me to help them understand what AP Classes are and why kids would take them.

Well – in a nutshell here’s my two part answer:

  1. If your kid does well on AP Exams it could save you money
  2. Taking AP classes is one of the best things students can do to  improve the academic rigor of their high school schedule which is important to many college admissions departments including Georgia Tech and UGA.
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Wildcat Water Polo Fall Season Begins in July!

All students in grades 6-12 (including rising 6th graders) are eligible to participate on our co-ed water polo team. We are gearing up for our fall season which will start Monday, July 22 and run through September.  We will be hosting a parent interest meeting on July 22nd at 6pm in the clubhouse at Huntley Hills Swim and Tennis Club (2032 Plantation Ln, Chamblee).… Read More »

Can you help the DHS Robotics Team find Workshop Space in Dunwoody?

The Dunwoody High School FIRST® robotics team Wildcat5e is searching for a space to carry out the building, testing, and design of projects in the coming years. The FRC (FIRST® robotics competition) team is in need of a workshop that would give reasonable space to function and is within the Dunwoody (30338) area.

Space required would include electrical access (i.e.… Read More »

Dunwoody School for the Arts

At Dunwoody School for the Arts, we are devoted to discovering and developing our students’ artistic gifts in a Christian environment, so they may thrive in music artistry, bring glory to God and develop a lifetime love of music and dance.

We offer private instruction for ALL AGES in Voice, Piano, Guitar, Percussion, Trumpet, Clarinet and other Woodwinds.  … Read More »

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