Important Senior Information


SENIOR Remind Codes Based on Last Name - (FOR SENIORS ONLY)

  • To receive graduation messages on your phone, send a text to number: 81010
  • In the message box type the code below exactly as it appears based on your last name and press send. Enter your name.



Last Name A – B:      @dhs21ab

Last Name C – D:      @dhs21cd

Last Name E – G:      @dhs21efg

Last Name H – K:      @dhs21hijk

Last Name L – M:      @dhs21lm

Last Name N – R:      @dhs21nopqr

Last Name S – U:      @dhs21stu

Last Name V – Z:      @dhs21vwxyz


***There is only enough room for students in each REMIND class. Parents, please allow only your student to sign up***


Final Transcript Request Forms:

Before colleges officially accept seniors, they must receive a final transcript.  High schools also need to know what each senior has planned for next year.  We meet both these needs by having seniors complete a FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORM.  It is a survey for next year’s plans as well as a request to have a final transcript sent to the college you will attend.  Graduation tickets will be withheld if forms are not turned in.



The link for the DHS Final Transcript Request Form will be sent to your email after Spring Break.


Cap, Gown, and Diploma Cover:

In order to participate in graduation, seniors must have a cap, gown, tassel, and diploma cover.  These are ordered through Jostens.  The local Jostens’ number is 574-3518.  Seniors can also order online at  Diploma covers are delivered to the school – You will receive one at graduation as you cross the stage. 

Nothing can be pinned to or written on your cap and gownYou may have your college logo, military branch, or monogrammed initials on the left side near your heart if you choose - Maximum size for the logo or monogram is 5 inches X 5 inches.


Honors Day:

Honors Day will be Tuesday, May 18th at 9:00 am (Location is TBA).  Seniors should arrive by 8:30 am.  All guests should be seated by 8:45 am.  The program will end around 11:00 am.  Seniors, please bring copies of all scholarships offered (even if you are not going to accept) to Mrs. Polson in guidance.  Only scholarships turned in will be listed in the Honors Day Program. The deadline is April 30th.  If a scholarship is not turned in to guidance by April 30th, it will not be acknowledged in the Honors Day booklet. There is not a practice for Honors Day.  Students should be dressed appropriately.

  • Scholarships received after April 30th still need to be turned in to Mrs. Polson in Guidance so they can be added to the total scholarship count for the Class of 2021.


Senior Clearance Day

Senior Clearance Day is Monday, May 24th in the Arena.  Seniors must attend Senior Clearance Day to pick up their report cards, line-up numbers, and other important information. Please make every effort to clear stop cards before graduation.  The best solution is to check and clear any stop cards ahead of time.  Stop Card fees can be paid to Marcia Wilson in person or by phone.  Cafeteria fees should be paid to Mrs. Blalock in the cafeteria office.

Seniors will attend clearance based on last name.  Please see schedule below.


            Last Name   A – Gl:      8:30am – 10:30am

            Last Name   Go – M:   10:30am – 12:30pm

            Last Name   N – Z:      12:30pm – 2:30pm


  • Students need to park in the Wing A parking lot and enter through the athletic wing doors. If you come from any other direction you will be directed outside and around the building.
  • School will still be in session for the Sophomores and Juniors. You will not be allowed to walk through the building without permission.



Graduation is Thursday, May 27th.  It will be held at 8:00 pm in the stadiumGraduation practice is May 27th at 8:30 am in Cavalier Stadium (Practice is mandatory).   Seniors will receive a senior packet at the end of practice that will contain their tickets for graduation.   Each graduate will receive 4 tickets No tickets will be issued early under any circumstances.


  • In order to participate in graduation, seniors must meet all requirements needed for a high school diploma or certificate.
  • You will be walking long distances during the morning practice and evening ceremony. Comfortable shoes are highly recommended and proper attire is required.
  • The ceremony will also be available via live streaming:


AP Exams

AP Exams begin May 3rd and last through May 14th.  Seniors who took AP courses in the fall should check with their AP teachers about practice schedules and exam dates.


End of Course Tests:  Any senior currently enrolled in a subject that requires an EOC - the tests will be given May 19th – 20th.  Courses include Algebra IB, US History, and Biology.


Other Important Dates for Seniors:                         

  • May 18th – Honors Day at 9:00 am (Location will be announced closer to the date)
  • May 19th – 1st and 2nd period exams for seniors
  • May 20th – 3rd  and 4th period exams for seniors (Last official day for all Seniors)
  • May 22nd – Prom at Dorman in front of College and Career Center (Wing C near the fountain)
  • May 24thSenior Clearance Day in the Arena. Times are based on last name - See schedule at top of this page.  
  • May 25th and May 26th – Senior Walk at elementary schools. (Schedule below)
  • May 27thGraduation Practice – Mandatory (8:30 am) and Graduation Ceremony (8:00 pm)!!!!!


College Financial Aid:




If you are looking for full-time employment then see Mrs. McIntyre in C Wing:


Dorman High School Opportunities and Scholarship Bulletin is available online at -Parent/Student Resources - Guidance. If you would like a copy e-mailed to you, send a request to Mrs. Polson at

Senior Walk Schedule 2021




Anderson Mill






Jesse Bobo






Lone Oak



Pauline-Glenn Springs






West View



Woodland Heights



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