MESSAGE BOARD

The Sept. 11-18 meetings for the Facilities and Master Plan Process has been CANCELLED for now!  Stay tuned for more details.

Yearbooks are being sold during all lunches this week. This is an excellent time to buy! Yearbooks are $50 with $6 name stamping. Checks should be made out to Dixie High School. If you are interested in more options for icons and name stamping, you can buy yearbooks online at yearbookforever.com. This price is good through October 31st.



IMPORTANT 2017 - 2018

See the"DRESS CODE" tab at the top of the page for the current dress code policy


"Bullying Prevention Document"

Letter from the Principal

DIXIE HIGH SCHOOL

Welcome to Dixie High School for the 2017-2018 school year!  
Our school year will be filled with many opportunities for students to grow and learn academically and socially. We appreciate our parent, student, and community support of the wonderful programs we have in place. From scholastic achievements to athletic involvement, we invite our students to experience and enjoy all aspects of high school. We encourage students to use and promote good character traits by volunteering their time and talents within the school and throughout the community. Dixie High School prides itself in preparing students with a rigorous curriculum, while instilling ethical and moral values, to be utilized throughout high school and beyond.
Sincerely,
Lori Brownlee-Brewton, Principal


 

Important Dates

Monday, September 25
Senior Make-up and Retake Day (Same appointment schedule)

Wednesday, September 27
Underclassmen and Faculty Retake Day

Tuesday, October 17
Juniors-Assembly with Herff-Jones @ 10:30 in Media Center

Seniors-Assembly with Herff-Jones @ 11:30 in Media Center

Wednesday, October 25
Orders for Juniors (rings) & Seniors (Cap/Gowns/rings) from 11:05-1:05 in Media Center

Friday, November 17
Make-up day for orders for rings/cap/gown from 11:05-1:05 in Media Center


Tuesday, March 27
Delivery of Cap/Gown & rings from 11:05-1:05 in Media Center







Chasing the Dragon

In an effort to combat the growing epidemic of prescription drug and heroin abuse, the FBI and DEA have released "Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict," a documentary aimed at educating students and young adults about the dangers of addiction.
The video can be accessed by clicking here.