Dorsey High School Partnered with Bernstein, Crenshaw, and Hawkins High School under the direction of Local District West Director, Carmina Narcoda, to present Innovative Teaching Techniques for the 21st Century. As the challenges of state and district accountability increase, this conference helped teachers and administrators re-focus their efforts to acknowledging the “Why” of a Change Mindset is an approach to assist schools and individuals in pinpointing core ethical values and unlocking strategies to achieve and sustain successful academic performance. Take a look at a Recap of the 2018 Sessions.
Senior Parent Fundraising Committee has our first fundraising event on Saturday June 23, 2019 at Cerritos College
Make-up Senior pictures can be taken ANY Saturday at the Fotorama studio in Gardena between the hours of 9am-2pm, no appointment needed. Picture packets are available in our main office or online on our website to print out. In order to assure that you receive photos in the spring, Senior Pictures should be taken by OCTOBER 3, 2019. There will also be a make up date here on campus in the fall, date and time TBA.
With so many great things on the horizon, take a moment to reflect with us on all of the strides Dorsey Digital Film has made thus far. Make sure to download our DVD and celebrate with us all the hard work these amazing students have done!
The ILM Foundation and the Dorsey Football Foundation are presenting the Annual Go Beyond the Game Football Camp on Saturday June 2nd @ Dorsey High School from 9AM-1 PM. Registration will start at 8 AM at the weight room. The parent workshop will begin at 10 AM and will consist of an informational session.
Career Awareness Day is geared towards educating our students about the wide variety of future career opportunities, as they will one day contribute in our global economy. By exposing our students to meaningful educational experiences, we can produce scholars that can make informed educational and career choices.
Dorsey Video Dons have done it again! We have been accepted into the 4th Annual LAUSD Film Festival for the 2nd Year in a row! Congratulations to our hard working video production student, Alex Sanchez, who completed the cinematography for the film Through His Eyes during the CalArts CAP Dorsey Summer Film Intensive 2017! Over 90 films were submitted this year and it was very competitive!
We are inviting EVERYONE to the Black Hollywood Education & Resource Center (BHERC) Opening Night Program, which will be held April 27, 2018, at 7:00pm, at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center 4708 W. Washington Blvd, LA 90016. There is no cost for Dorsey Students, parents or teachers. The evening attire is dressy. Dorsey Video Production students will be called to the stage to recognize all of the hard work that went into making films from Spring 2017 through Spring 2018.
This Red-Carpet Event will be held Saturday, April 28th at Raleigh Studios! Saturday morning's Youth Festival is also free to the public, at Raleigh Studios, 5300 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, CA 90038, enter on Van Ness Avenue. Breakfast 9:00am-9:50 am | Films 10:00am - 1:00pm. Attire Casual. A bus will provide transportation to Dorsey Students, family and friends, which will leave Dorsey at 8:00 a.m. We look forward to seeing you and your family at these prestigious ceremonies.
Dorsey High School will have the honor to partnership and participate in AT&T/Macy’s/Becca’s Closet/I’m Not Barbie National Dress Drive on April 19, 2018. The event will begin at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm to provide prom dresses/formal wear to deserving young ladies and get them red carpet-ready!