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DHS Expects to Open Normally on Thursday, November 26

At this point ISG schools will be returning to normal schedule and operations for Thursday, November 26, 2015


IB Information Session

Scorpion Service, New 2nd Semester Course!

Dhahran High School will offer a brand new course next semester for 11th-12th grade students(9th  & 10th grades by permission). This course is ideal for students who are enrolled, next semester, in a course not required for graduation.

All interested students are encouraged to communicate their interest in 1 of 3 ways:

  1. Email Mr. Kombol at
  2. Email Mr. Flanders at
  3. Sign up in the Guidance Office of Dhahran HS (B Building)

Signing up or emailing will allow DHS to know how many students are interested while also having contact information to share out additional information. If you have questions please email Mr. Kombol or Mr. Flanders directly. Below is a Course Description.

Scorpion Service

  • Instructor: Mr. Hallberg
  • Grades 11-12
  • Credits: .5

The Scorpion Service class will allow students to learn basic leadership skills. Topics covered include self-esteem, leadership, goal setting, risk taking, group dynamics, problem solving, and communication skills. Students are encouraged to apply if they are willing to become actively engaged in increasing student involvement in activities, willing to get out of their comfort zone and help build our “Scorpion Mojo”. Some nighttime and/or weekend commitments will be required. StuCo officers and class representatives will be given first priority during registration. The class involves hands-on activities with the school and ISG community. Students will be expected to complete school and ISG community related services projects. Students may also be admitted to the class on a special project basis to help accommodate challenging academic class schedules.

10th Grade Academic Planning with Guidance Department

Academic Counselors have begun working with all Class of 2018 students to update (or create) their academic plan. Working in small groups, course planning for junior and senior year is the focal point of these conversations.

After the small group work that academic plan will be shared with parents. Parents are encouraged to view this plan


Parent Teacher Conference (PTC)

This year PTC will be held on Wednesday, November 18th from 3:00PM to 7:00 pm and on Saturday, November 21st from 7:45 am to 11:00 am (half day). The main purpose of PTC is to give parents the opportunity to discuss student’s progress with the teachers.

Important notes:

  •  Mrs. J. Chambers, Mr. S. Irving and Mr. J. Wenz will ONLY be available on Wednesday, November 18th.
  •  Ms. Wiermier will ONLY be available on Saturday, November 21st.
  •  Ms. S. Hempsey, Mr. K. Tetzlaff, Mrs. J. Brown and Mr. W. Cradlin will be on MUN Berlin & MUN Istanbul Trip. Feel free to contact them via emails.
  •  Ms. M. Hanna and Ms. M. Fawaz will not be available due to medical leave.