DA Spotlight News & Announcements

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    FSCJ Dual Enrollment

    Interested in Dual Enrollment courses ON the FSCJ campus? Registration is open. You MUST speak with your counselor to complete the application and discuss courses and process. Go to the DA Counseling page of our website to schedule an appointment.

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    Lunch & Learn

    The Lunch & Learn program is being offered at Douglas Anderson again this year. This program allows students to get 30 additional minutes of help from teachers and peer tutors each day. Click the headline for more information on the program, and to access the schedule of teacher availability.

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  • Welcome to DA for the 2023-2024 School Year

    We are excited about beginning another year at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts (DA), and we are pleased that you will be with us for the 2023-2024 school year. DA is a special school that offers you an opportunity to develop your talent and interest in the arts, as well as excel in the academics.

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  • Get linked with a parent FOCUS Account.

    Create and Link a Parent Account in FOCUS!

    With a linked parent account, you can access student grades, transportation registration, School Choice applications, and important schoolwide communication.

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  • Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. Sign up for PTSA Today! Parent Teacher Student Association.

    Join the DA PTSA online

    If you are a teacher, student or have a child, grandchild, niece, nephew or neighbor, etc. at DA then you should join today. Community members also welcome. Only $10.00 for individual memberships, these funds are vital for teacher back to school breakfast, teacher luncheons, AB honor roll students, senior breakfast, and many other things!

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  • Transportation Request Required for all DA students wishing to ride the bus in 2023-2024

    If your child will be riding the bus for the 2023-2024 school year, you will need to register for a bus stop. Once you register, your child will be assigned to a bus stop based on your home address. Bus stop registration is now available in FOCUS.

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    Douglas Anderson School of the Arts - In The News

    Douglas Anderson School of the Arts celebrates our students, faculty, and staff who have been recognized in the media.

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    Douglas Anderson School of the Arts - Awards Ceremony 2022

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  •  Images of Maurice Chakour, Giovanni Martinez, Beckett Miles, and TJ Shistle

    DA Musicians Selected for Prestigious National Band/Orchestra Programs

    Don Zentz, the Director of Jazz Studies and Ted Shistle, Band Director, at the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Jacksonville, are proud to announce that their students have been selected for inclusion in three of the most distinctive high school honor jazz bands and orchestras in the nation: The National Youth Orchestra (TJ Shistle), National Youth Orchestra Jazz Band (Maurice Chakour) and Next Generation Jazz Orchestra (Giovanni Martinez and Beckett Miles).

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  •  Laptops and hotspots for students in need. Technology available for students thanks to federal gran

    Laptops available for students in need

    Read our FAQ for more information.

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  •   Douglas Anderson School of the Arts Welcome Tina Wilson!

    Tina Wilson Confirmed as DA's Permanent Principal.

    District administration announces that Tina Wilson, a DA graduate, will continue as the permanent principal of Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. Congratulations, Ms. Wilson!

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