Welcome to the web home of Dunedin High School, located in the heart of picturesque Dunedin, Florida and home to the Mighty Falcons and the DHS Scottish Highlander Band, the Best Band in the Land! Dunedin High School is also home to two academies, a fundamental school-within-a-school, a thriving JROTC program, numerous academic and athletic offerings, and many other programs that are designed to meet student needs.
At the Pinellas County district poetry slam held on Tuesday, May 19th, Amirah Rivers and Erin Carlson represented the Falcons Out Loud team. We are excited and proud, and would like to congratulate Amirah Rivers for winning FIRST PLACE in the slam and for receiving the only perfect score! Not only is this the first district slam Pinellas County has organized, but this is the first time our Dunedin High students have participated in this type of event. Please congratulate Amirah Rivers on her win!
The students and staff at Dunedin High school would like to extend a heartfelt congratulations to our very own Dr. John Eberts! He has been named the Pinellas County Social Studies Teacher of the Year for 2014-2015!
We are so proud that Dr. E is part of the Falcon family, and grateful that he's here at Dunedin! WAY TO GO, Dr. E!!
Dunedin High School would like to congratulate our own Roseann Kuerzi, as the recipient of the AVID Teacher of the Year award for 2014-2015, sponsored by Keiser University. This award was presented to recognize Ms. Kuerzi's "diligent effort, time and unending dedication" to the students and faculty of DHS. WAY to GO, Ms. Kuerzi...we're so proud of you!
The faculty and students at DHS are delighted to be under the guidance of Kyle Johnson, as the leader of our Falcon family! Mr. Johnson started working in the Pinellas County School District in 1985. He was a teacher before becoming an assistant principal. He has served in that role at Dunedin High, Gibbs High and East Lake High; he was at East Lake from 2008 to now. He has a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida and a master's degree from Nova University. Returning to Dunedin was "returning to home" for him - and we are both fortunate AND happy to have him back in our nest ... Welcome home, Mr. Johnson!