Algebra I FSA Make-ups for Students who took Algebra I in 2019-2020
The End-of-Course (EOC) Exam for Algebra 1 was waived for grading purposes and did not count towards the student's final grade. However, the EOC exam for Algebra 1 is still a graduation requirement and must be met by obtaining a level 3 or higher on the Algebra 1 EOC, by earning a concordant score on the SAT or ACT OR by obtaining a level of 3 or higher on the Geometry EOC.
There will be a summer administration of the Algebra 1 EOC during the week of July 27th, however, space is limited due to COVID-19 safety precautions. Please click here for more detailed information, and to sign up for testing sessions.
2020 Graduation Information
We are excited to share with you that our graduation ceremony is being rescheduled for 9:00 a.m. Friday, July 24 at TIAA Bank Field. We are still working to finalize guest information and safety protocols. There will be a graduation rehearsal on Wednesday, July 22 at 10:30 a.m. Click here for more detailed rehearsal information. We will provide updated information here, and via e-mail as it becomes available.
Refund Contact Information
Parents & Guardians - Please complete the linked form so that any refund that is due to your student can be mailed to the correct mailing address. All refund checks must be made out to the parent/guardian. No checks will be issued to students. Please CLICK HERE to access the form. Refunds will be distributed as soon as the money from associated vendors is returned to the school. We will send messages out when refunds are being mailed so families can be on the lookout for the checks. Thank you.
Parent / Guardian Focus Accounts
Focus school software is the primary communications tool for all Duval County Public Schools. Through Focus, parents have access to student grades, progress reports, report cards, attendance records, teacher e-mails and more! If you don't have a Focus account, please CLICK HERE for instructions to create one.
My DA Experience
My DA Experience is a new website and blog created and maintained by the DA Public Relations and Leadership Skills Class. Our goal is to tell Douglas Anderson's story beyond the scope of our great performances by giving readers a special look at the Douglas Anderson student experience. All stories and profiles featured on the website are 100% student produced in a special course featuring juniors and seniors from all arts areas. We hope you enjoy getting to know us! We can also be found on Facebook and Instragram as @mydaexperience. Click here to see more!
Douglas Anderson School of the Arts is a Duval County Public School for students grades 9 through 12 with a desire for intensive study in the arts.
Established as an arts school in 1985, the school attracts students from all parts of North Florida and South Georgia who have talent in dance, instrumental or vocal music, performance or technical theatre, film and video production, creative writing, and visual arts.
A high academic standard, coupled with a broad arts curriculum, offers students an opportunity to excel in a chosen discipline while preparing them for post-secondary education.
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10:30 AM Graduation Rehearsal
9:00 AM DA Graduation