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DHS Counseling

Denton High School Counseling Department

The mission of the Denton High School Counseling Department, as a cohesive team, is to support all students through a comprehensive and developmental approach by addressing academic, personal/social, and career skills. We seek to enable students to become responsible and productive citizens, who can effectively manage future challenges, progress confidently, and make positive impacts in the local and global community.

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  • The district has adopted Stopit has as their new reporting app and will replace SafeSchools. With STOPit, you have the power to protect yourself and others from harmful, inappropriate, or unsafe behavior. Use the STOPit mobile app to anonymously report incidents to your school. Reporting is completely anonymous. You can include text, images or video. It only takes a few seconds.

Click here to learn more about STOPit.

21-22 Counselor New Students FYI for webpage
21-22 Counselor New Students FYI SPANISH

Bell Schedule

Bell Schedule 21-22.pdf with lunches.pdf

A/B Calendar

AB Calendar_2021-2022 07202021.pdf


ATC-1st Day flier for DHS 21 - 22.pdf


Schedules coming soon!

Home Access Center (HAC)

HAC allows students and parents to view:

  • Current Grades

  • Teacher's names and contact information

  • Report cards

  • Student demographic information

  • Student schedules

  • Attendance information

  • Discipline information

  • Transportation

  • Current Denton ISD student registration information

  • Unofficial Transcripts

  • GPA

Please click here for a direct link to HAC.

Here are a few FAQs

I am having trouble with my account? What do I do?


If the student needs assistance with their login, please email dhspassword@dentonisd.org


Contact Ms. Pryor at dpryor@dentonisd.org

Watch this short video to learn how to navigate through this website!

Technology Issues?

Need help with HAC, reset passwords, etc: Click Here

Students are required to attend school 90% of the time. The following information is from the Student Code of Conduct. If you have further questions and how to make up the time you have missed, please see your Assistant Principal.

State law requires that a student be present 90% of the days a class meets in order to receive credit. In high school classes that are blocked and meet every other day, a student with more than 4 unverified absences in the fall semester or 5 unverified absences in the spring semester will lose credit in that class. Students in unblocked high school, or middle school and elementary school classes that meet every day, lose credit if they have more than 8 absences in the fall semester or 10 absences in the spring semester.

Students shall have absences excused for religious holy days including traveling for that purpose, and temporary absences resulting from health care professionals if the student returns to classes the same day of the appointment. If students satisfactorily complete make-up work for these types of excused absences, the day shall be counted as a day of compulsory attendance. Teachers and administrators will determine whether or not other temporary absences are excused. (TEC 25.087) These temporary absences may not be counted as days of compulsory attendance, but may be considered as extenuating circumstances by attendance committees when determining award of class credit in cases of less than 90 percent attendance.

If any parent of a child required to attend school fails to require the student to attend as required by law, a warning letter will be mailed after three (3) unexcused absences. If the student does not immediately return to compulsory school attendance, the school attendance officer will file a complaint against the parent and/or student in a county court, justice of the peace court, or municipal court after the fourth (4th) voluntary unexcused absence in a four week period or tenth (10th) voluntary unexcused absence in a six month period (TEC 25.093 and Section 51.03(b)(2) of the Family Code). Since the law addresses absences for “all or part” of a school day, chronic tardies may be referred to the appropriate authorities as unexcused absences. Fines for thwarting compulsory school attendance and failure to attend school may be as high as $500 per absence.

For information and/or assistance with attendance concerns contact the Campus Attendance Liason, Noemi Alonso nalonso@dentonisd.org or Attendance Clerk Jo Thomas jthomas@dentonisd.org .


Current = School Links via SSO

Previous = Registrar website


What is a registrar? High school registrars keep student records of grades, attendance and other facts.

Click here for information

Questions about?

*AP Test *PSAT Information

*STAAR Information

Visit the Testing Coordinators Website

DHS Profile 2021-2022 .pdf

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