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First day of school is August 11, 2016.


Coyote Call is August 4, 2016

8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Denair High School Theatre


Summer Hours:
The office will be open from 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Closed for lunch)
May 31st - June 24th (Closed on June 16th)


Freshmen Orientation Night

August 10th

5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

DHS Event Center (next to the cafeteria)

Please bring your class schedule. There will be food, games, prizes and a tour by the Leadership Class!!

Denair High School Student Videos Honored

Is the next George Lucas or Steven Spielberg attending Denair High right now? Could be, given how well the campus’ leadership class is doing in a video competition sponsored by a local newspaper.

Denair’s videos have been chosen as the best in the first two weeks of the competition, which matches five schools in the Turlock Journal circulation area (Denair, Turlock, Pitman, Hilmar and Delhi). The videos about life on campus are due each Friday. The newspaper staff ranks them and then posts them on its website the following Monday on a show its calls “The Pulse,” which it touts as being “made by high school kids for high school kids.”

Each video is about a minute long. Denair’s first shows a combination of students and teachers celebrating various themed days on campus. There was College Day featuring CSU Stanislaus, Fresno State, the University of Oregon and others. A clip showed other students on Book Character Day dressed up as “Where’s Waldo?” and “Peter Pan.” There also were glimpses of Outdoorsman Day and Coyote Spirit Day. The whole thing was set to upbeat music with narration.

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DHS Tardy Policy 2015-2016


Documentation is very important to the entire tardy process in order to be effective and legal for SARB purposes. The procedure below follows the consequences outlined in the Student Handbook. Students are considered tardy if they are not in their seats working on assigned tasks when the bell rings.


Students who arrive at school later than the first tardy bell must report to the office with a note of explanation signed by a parent or guardian to receive a class pass. Tardies to periods 2-7 are to be documented by the classroom teacher. If a staff member has been responsible for the tardiness to class, students must obtain an excused pass from that person and go directly to class. It is acceptable for the releasing teacher to email notification to the appropriate teacher and to the office.


The only types of tardies considered excused are: Student illness; medical/dental appointments; bus delay; Principal/Designee descretion. All other tardies are considered unexcused.

School Site Council

We are in need of members and parent participants to assist in the oversight of the Single Plan for Student Achievement are needed. Please email Mr. Dale Lovelace at if you are interested.



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ACT test registration information



Diplomas Available

Students who completed grade twelve from the 2003-2004 to 2014-2015 school years at Denair Unified School District, and have met all graduation requirements other than passing the CAHSEE, are eligible to receive a diploma. Students are asked to visit their former high school office to request their diploma. Should a former student be unable to pick up the diploma, someone else may do so on the student’s behalf with written authorization. Diplomas will be released only after valid photo identification has been provided.

For further questions please call the high school offices

Denair High School - 209–632-9911
Denair Charter Academy - 209–634-0917

2015-2016 Course & Class Selection Information

Course Directory 2015-2016

A-G Requirements 2015-2016
Grad Requirements 2016-18
Grad Requirements 2019

Denair Pulse

DenairPulse was created to share news about happenings in Denair, CA. The intent of this site is to promote positive news about the community, the schools and the people who make Denair a great place to live. We’re hoping to post news items on a regular basis, to keep the community informed about events and news that matters to you.


Breakfast at DHS

Breakfast is FREE to all students. Breakfast is served in the Coyote Cafe from 7:30 to 7:55 a.m.

Watch Denair Sports online

Try the ASB Hotline.


DUSD Community Resource Guide



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