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Dohn Hosts December Graduation 

December 2016 Graduation


On December 15th, Dohn hosted its 16th graduation ceremony at New Prospect Baptist Church in Roselawn. The ceremony saw 87 graduates receive their high school diploma. The graduating class was comprised primarily of students from Dohn's 22+ program, which caters to adult learners who still want to earn their high school diploma. The graduation was a joyful event as always.

 

  2015-2016 State Report Card for Dohn Community

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older student
22 + PROGRAM

Dohn Community High School is the ONLY school in the greater Cincinnati area that offers an
Accredited High School Diploma Program
to ADULTS and SENIORS 22 years of age and older.  
In the 22 + Program
you have a chance to earn a high school diploma, at NO COST
to you, even if you are older than 21.  If you need
a few credits or need to pass the OGT tests, this is the program
for you!  
Work at the school with a certified teacher and at home on a schedule that works for you!
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For more information about the 22 + Program at
Dohn Community High School, contact us at
513.281.6100 extension 1021.
We will be happy to answer any questions.

Information you will need to enroll:
Social Security
Photo ID
. Birth Certificate
.  Proof of Residence
.  Transcript from your previous school (if you don't have a 
transcript, you can begin coursework after the transcript is ordered from the BOE.)

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT LEAD POISONING

Prevention of Lead Poisoning
Exposures to lead in doses much smaller than previously thought represent a definable risk to children's health and their ability to learn.

The School will attempt to control the use and maintenance of lead-bearing building products and avoid the use of any educational or maintenance procedures or products which may create lead exposures.

The School assures that a parent or guardian outreach program will be implemented to properly communicate information regarding risks from lead and other heavy metals in an attempt to help prevent exposures, by including an information packet similar to that found in Appendix KK.

R.C. Chapter 3742.

See Appendix KK Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home.  read more by clicking on... Prevention of Lead Poisoning