Ascension Parish School Board

Donaldsonville High School

DHS, DESTINED AND HEADED FOR SUCCESS!

LED BY PRINCIPAL MARVIN EVANS, ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL NICOLE ELMORE, AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS DR. CHARIE WORLEY AND MICHAEL HILTON

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QUICK FACTS

GRADES: 9th through 12th

ENROLLMENT: 457

HOURS OF OPERATION:  

  • FIRST CLASS BELL: 7:40 a.m.
  • LAST CLASS BELL: 2:40 p.m.

MASCOT: Tigers

COLOR(S): Red and Black

ADDRESS: 100 Tiger Drive; Donaldsonville, LA 70346

CONTACT: 225-391-7900; 225-473-4496 fax


Peachjar

Hyperlink to PeachJar Website

(Click PeachJar button above to view Donaldsonville High Flyers)

Ascension Public Schools cooperates with community groups and organizations that sponsor activities of an educational/enrichment nature for students by distributing materials. As part of our efforts to be more environmentally friendly, embrace innovative technology, and maintain fiscal responsibility, we will transition from paper to electronic flyer delivery via Peachjar.

For more details about PeachJar and Flyer Approval Guidelines: Read More

Online Student Registration

Photo of a group of students sitting outside of Donaldsonville High Campus at a commons area table

After submitting new student registration online, YOU Must bring to school your child's:

  • Original Birth Certificate
  • Shot Record
  • Proof of Residency (electric or gas bill in parent’s name),
  • Social Security card (optional)
  • Withdrawal Slip (if applicable)

If the parent does not have an electric or gas bill in their name, an affidavit must be completed and approved.

Student registration is not complete until the above documents are brought to the school!
     

        Returning Student

English Registration | Spanish Registration

                New Student

English Registration | Spanish Registration

(Click appropriate registration link above)

  • Registration for returning and new students.
  • Excludes Early Childhood Programs such as Pre-Kindergarten and Headstart.

*Inquiries about registration should be directed to school administration.