Dohn CHS Programs & Enrollment Forms

If you can’t find what you need, please contact: April McArthur: 513-281-6100, x1009 email: amcarthur@dohnschool.org

• 2021 – 2022 Dohn’s Safe Return to In-person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan 

Enrollment Form: Ages 14-21
Cosmetology and Barbering Program
Dohn Prep Academy

Student athletes are offered additional classes to help prep for the collegiate athletics program. Click here to learn more.

Dohn Corps

Young Men's Academy: 9th & 10th Grade

Dohn’s Young Men’s Academy represents the visionary leadership of our Director, Ramone Davenport, and his commitment to the full-spectrum success of our students.  In 2017-2018, Dohn opened the Fitness Academy where our freshman and sophomore students are educated.  At this location, 4100 Reading Road, students receive 90-minutes of physical fitness education, including physical fitness classes and a physical fitness elective of the student’s choosing. These electives include gym, dance, boxing and weight room workouts, all under the supervision of our physical fitness educators. 

Healthy nutrition is another focus of our Fitness Academy, with nutrition and health classes as part of the academic curriculum, and a total banning of all unhealthy snacks for students.

The Fitness Academy is where our Athletic Department is based. There is a regulation-size basketball court on the first floor of this building, as well as areas for track and a gym. Dohn holds school assemblies in this beautifully renovated location, that also houses our vertical tower garden for indoor, winter gardening by our Garden Club.

During the Academic Year, freshman and sophomore boys are educated at the Fitness Academy, while freshman and sophomore girls are educated at our Main Campus, 608 E. McMillan Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45206.

Learn more about our Fitness Academy Athletic teams here…

Young Women's Academy: 9th & 10th Grade
Traditional Program: 11th & 12th Grade

Students are in a traditional learning environment with smaller class sizes. Credit recovery for students is built into the school day. More information coming soon.

Keeping Teen Moms in School (KTMIS)

Keeping Teen Moms in School (KTMIS) alternative academic path at Dohn Community High School is one of the few programs in the country that offer a supportive, academic community for pregnant teens and teen moms. Our non-traditional school uniquely meets the emotional and academic needs of our student moms and offers many opportunities for them to graduate on time, and step onto a career path that is aligned with innate skills and interests.

One of the most exciting parts of KTMIS is that our teen moms have access to an onsite learning Center for their infants and toddlers. The young moms, therefore, can check on their babies during the 8:30-1:00 school day. Likewise, several days a week, the teen moms bring their babies back to the academic classroom for a twenty-minute mother/child reading session to encourage proactive reading inside and outside the classroom.

Besides the traditional high school curriculum and onsite childcare, KTMIS offers transportation to and from school, parenting classes, early childhood literacy training, and job placement services. KTMIS also partners with Cradle Cincinnati, the Public Library of Cincinnati, Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, and many others.

To register for KTMIS call 513-281-6100 and ask for Mrs. Nelson KTMIS or email info@dohnschool.org

GATE Magnet Academy

GATE Magnet Academy is a new exciting college experience program being offered in partnership with Chatfield College. Students express interest or are recommended for the program. Students who earn “A’s” and “B’s” are encouraged to apply. Students must meet the qualifications in order to be considered for the program. Space is limited. The program is free.

Students must take a placement test called, “Accuplacer” and score “College Ready.” The program is open to all 9th – 12th grade students. Students will be admitted into the program twice per school year—once for Fall Semester and once for Spring Semester.

Students will take two Chatfield College classes a few days per week. Students will be dismissed from Chatfield College on those days. On the other days per week, they will take their high school courses on the East Campus located at 2601 Melrose Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45206.

Transportation to Chatfield College is provided. Breakfast and lunch is provided. Students meet every day at the East Campus. The high school program runs from 7:45am to 1:00pm and the college program runs from 7:45am – 3:00pm.

Students earn high school and college credit through a process called, “Dual Enrollment.” Students have full access to all of the resources and services offered at Chatfield College. In collaboration with Ms. Elizabeth Owusu-Korkor, the student works with an Academic Advisor to choose their college courses.

Support is provided by Mr. Rodney Norwood and Mrs. Diane Lang. They are Transition Coordinators. They lead study groups. They accompany the students to Chatfield College and build relationships with the professors. Students must wear their school uniforms on the days they attend the high school.

Contact Information:

Ms. Elizabeth Owusu-Korkor, M.Ed., Director/School Counselor

Email: eowusu-korkor@dohncincy.org  Phone: 513-999-8849

College Credit Plus Program & Policy

Students who would like to earn high school and college credit at the same time can apply for the College Credit Plus Program. Please contact your school counselor for details, Click Here

For the College Credit Plus Program Policy, Click Here

 

Success Academy: Ages 19-21

Students who have dropped out of high school before completing all credits needed for graduation can recover missing credits, working at their own pace, and with a schedule that is flexible to accommodate work and family requirements. Our Success Academy students study with other students their age and are guided by teachers and tutors dedicated to their academic and life success.  Success Academy classes are offered at three locations:

  • Melrose Campus in Avondale
  • North Campus in Roselawn
  • South Campus, Downtown, Cincinnati
Transition Program

Students with family or job responsibilities can take advantage of a shorter school day. Homework assignments contribute to the full school day experience, required by the Ohio Department of Education. Our Transition Academy students enjoy a blended learning atmosphere, with self-paced learning and direct instruction guided by teachers and tutors dedicated to their academic and life success. Students study with students their age and with life responsibilities similar to their own. Transition Academy classes are offered at three locations, our Melrose Campus in Avondale, our North Campus in Roselawn, and our South Campus, Downtown, Cincinnati.

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