Our instructional vision is about:
- Constant Formative Assessment
- Differentiated Instruction to meet student needs
- Student Engagement
- All supported by appropriate instructional technology
Twice a year, Dacula High School hosts site visits where we open every classroom in the school to visitors from around the state and country. Click below for more information.Registration
Culture and Climate
Dacula High School’s Culture and Climate Programs are designed to create a positive culture to learn and work. Click below to learn about Big Board (PBIS done right for the high school level), The Learning Center, Dacula Way, and SOAR.Learn More
DHS eClass Cyber Days
Dacula High School is on the front end of pioneering transformational classrooms. In school year 2017-18, we will pilot two eClass Cyber Days. This is a first in the history of Gwinnett County Public Schools. The purpose is to use cyber days to significantly move Dacula’s transformational classroom work forward while still providing students with 180 days of instruction and increasing intervention for students. For students, the days will provide time to receive remediation, make up work (quizzes, tests, science labs, mile run, etc.), take mock AP exams, engage in study groups, etc. while continuing to move forward in the curriculum through the assignments posted on eCLASS. For teachers, the cyber days will afford time to fully realize the transformational classroom vision by planning, developing formative and summative assessments, reviewing data, planning differentiation, and developing remediation and enrichment activities using eCLASS as the tool to support the work and improve student success.
Here is our most updated calendar for events happening at Dacula High School.
For questions about events please contact the front office.