Profile of a DCIS Graduate

Throughout middle and high school, DCIS students learn to understand the world through art, English language arts, history, social studies, mathematics, science and world languages in a global context. A well-rounded global curriculum not only opens students’ eyes, but also sets the stage for them to make a difference locally, regionally and globally.

A DCIS education uniquely prepares graduates for life after high school by enabling them to be …

… effective users of language, information and technology:

… academically prepared:

… proficient thinkers and problem-solvers:

… culturally aware and sensitive:

… aware of world events and global dynamics:

… collaborative team members: