Educating students to become contributing citizens of the world.
What was disguised as a Constitution Week assembly was actually a surprise celebration for one of the school's most well-loved parapros, "Mr. Carlos" Castaneda, and his recent acquisition of his United States Citizenship.
Dalton High School's graduation rate climbed to an all-time high of 95.13 percent, up from 2017 and above the state average. The district average graduation rate is 78.94 percent.
DHS senior Cristian Vergara is one of the students selected to State Superintendent Richard Woods' official 2018-19 Student Advisory Council.
Dalton High School freshman in advanced English class were lucky to hear expert Chaim Charyn speak in relation to their summer reading assignment of "The Book Thief."
Each year, Dalton High School successfully prepares students for their Advanced Placement exams. The school is now home to 67 AP Scholars for 2018, including one National AP Scholar.
The Dalton Middle School Success Academy toured Dalton on August 30 to explore various journalism and communications professions before starting their own magazines.
Dr. Celeste Martin is leaving her position as principal of Brookwood School to work for the Georgia Department of Education.
A group of students sat around the table this summer, drinking Sonic slushies and snacking on mozzarella sticks, while they discussed their favorite parts of books they had read over the past couple of months.
The 32nd annual Tom Jones Educator of the Year Award was awarded to Dr. Daphnie Jones, ELL teacher at City Park.