Duplin Early College High School

Duplin Early College High School

Preparing Students for a Globally Competitive 21st Century

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  • DECHS Staff are Full STEAMA(head)

    Faculty and staff at Duplin Early College High are excited about and engaged in a year of planning for STEAMA activities, field trips, and guest speakers--bringing real-world connections to their learning and tapping into their career interests.

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  • DECHS Bus Drivers Promote STEAMA

    DECHS Bus Drivers promote STEAMA as they proudly wore their t-shirts on opening day. In their job, they understand the importance of each pillar as they focus on the safety and wellbeing of students. The Math pillar in STEAMA is needed for scheduling and computing routes for efficient pickup and drop off each day!

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  • Purposeful Counseling Leads to Student Success

    Ms. Sutton, DECHS School Counselor meets with students to prepare them for each school year and the future. Thomas Wilkins (featured here) is scheduled to graduate in May '19 with an Associate's Degree in Arts. His career goal is to work in the Journalism field. This career field incorporates the Arts--which aligns with the Arts pillar in the STEAMA Pathways.

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  • Mr. Casey Knowles named 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year

    Mr. Knowles serves as a History Teacher at DECHS. He also sponsors the Outdoor Club. Building relationships with students and staff is important to Mr. Knowles. His love for teaching and history makes him invaluable to the Duplin Early College family. Congratulations, Mr. Knowles!

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  • Kemi Adediran Studies Abroad

    This summer Kemi Adediran had the opportunity to study Hindi in India through the National Security Language Initiative for youth (NSLI-y). NSLI-y is a state department funded scholarship that allows high school students to go abroad and study languages such as Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Korean, Persian, Indonesian or Russian overseas. The goals of NSLI-y are to develop cultural understanding and use their linguistic and cultural skills to advance international dialogue, provide a tangible incentive for the learning and use of foreign language by creating overseas language study opportunities for U.S. high school students, To spark a lifetime interest in foreign languages and cultures among American youth.

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