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Dana Hills High School

Capistrano Unified School District

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Community Night is This Friday!

 

Hello families of our Dana Hills community,

 

  This upcoming Friday, September 21st, will be Dana Hills’ annual Community Night. It is our goal to bring together all our future Dolphins and get them excited about life in high school. For all the elementary and middle school students, we will have face painting and games located on the down behind the end zone along with an opportunity to represent your school in a football toss competition. The competition will be for both boys and girls and will be divided up in grade divisions. The best part of the night is the Future Dolphin tee shirts given to the first 100 elementary age children, along with 100 more to the first middle school age children, all free with a paying adult. (Adult tickets are $10 and one paying adult may bring in up to six children for free.) Find the ASU students at the check-in tables just inside the stadium entrance for the free tee shirt and to enter the drawing for the football toss. Come experience the fun and excitement of Dolphin football!

See you there,

Dana Hills ASU

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Dana Hills High School exemplifies a commitment to a challenging and comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for the world beyond high school.  Located near the ocean in picturesque Dana Point, the school opened in 1973 and currently has an enrollment of nearly 2600 students in grades 9-12.  The community is composed of a majority of families with parents who are college graduates employed in professional and semi-professional occupations.  The mission of Dana Hills High School is to provide a safe, supportive, stimulating, and creative educational environment; high academic standards; respect for diversity; and an emphasis on learning, life skills, personal accountability, and problem solving in collaboration with parents and the community.