Forms & Upcoming Events

2022 Summer School

Summer School Credit Recovery Registration is now open!  Please check your email for the Summer School Registration Form.

  • Summer School will run from June 23 to July 22, and August 1 to 19.
  • All courses are FREE (no cost).
  • Summer School courses are for recovery credit (retake a course that you previously failed).
  • Students may register for up to two courses at a time on a first come, first served basis.  
  • Students will work at their own pace and can work on the course at any time, but must attend one session at David Douglas High School where teacher assistance is available.
  • The only grade that can be earned in Credit Recovery is a “C”.
  • When complete, students can sign up for another course.
  • The NCAA Clearinghouse does not accept David Douglas High School’s credit recovery to satisfy their core requirements. 

If you have a specific question, please email your counselor directly.

IRCO Upward Bound

Upward Bound recruits must:
 Be in 9th or 10th grade at David Douglas High School
 Be interested in going to college after high school.
 Have good attendance and mostly A’s and B’s
 Be motivated to succeed academically
 Need and want year-round help throughout high school
 Come from a family in which neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or come from a low-income family.
 Be a U.S. citizen, legal resident, or an immigrant or refugee actively pursuing permanent residence in the U.S.
 NOT be enrolled in another college prep program (i.e. TRIO College First,
College Possible, etc.)
 Ideally be in ELD 2 or higher as a 9th grader or ELD 3 or higher as a 10th grader.

Student Benefits:
 Weekly tutoring
 Academic and career advising
 High school success and college-prep workshops
 College campus tours
 Cultural enrichment activities
 Field trips to museums and new experiences
 Summer Program at Mt Hood Community (online until further notice)
 College Preparation for college entrance exams
 Assistance with college admission and financial aid applications

Student Responsibilities:
 Make a commitment to participate in the Upward Bound Program throughout high school
 Make plans to enter college after high school
 Attend six weeks of summer programming
 Come weekly to Upward Bound tutoring and activities
 Participate in required number of Upward Bound academic, career, cultural and family activities
 Give your best effort academically, maintaining above a 3.0 GPA or working to increase your Cumulative GPA by .25 each year

Interested? Email to get more information and get application materials. Applications can be sent to the same email address. Spaces are limited, apply soon!

Counseling Office Forms:  

2021-22 HS Calendar revised 7.08.21

2022-23 Calendar

Bell Schedule 2021-22

20-21 Work Experience Credit Application

Guidelines for Requesting a Letter of Recommendation 20-21

BYU Foreign Language Test Registration – see your School Counselor for a form

HS Bus Routes Information

Early Release & Late Arrival Form – see your 20__ Google Classroom

Teacher Assistant Application – see your 20__ Google Classroom

Lunch Schedule by Room

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