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Return to Play for DCHS Volleyball

Good Afternoon, Recently, the GHSA voted to allow workouts/conditioning beginning on June 8th.  However, no decision has been made as to how our district will proceed.  We will post any updates, as soon as they become available.  In the meantime, please continue to practice social distancing and stay safe. Thank you

Smith Named Douglas County POY

Douglas County High School hoops star, Omarion Smith, has been named the Douglas County Player of the Year, by the Douglas County Sentinel.  Smith, a junior, helped lead the Tigers to the Sweet 16 this season.  The 6’5 forward was one of three Tigers to average double digit points with 10.7 points per game.  However,

Human Ecology at Life University

www.LIFE.edu A Unique, But Perfect Fit – B.S. Human Ecology at Life University Life University added a new Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology degree during the Spring Quarter of 2019 that just began enrolling during Fall Quarter 2019. Human ecology is an interdisciplinary field that studies the relationship between humans and their economic, social and natural

LADY TIGERS IN THE ELITE 8

The Douglas County Lady Tigers held on to defeat the Grovetown Lady Warriors in last night’s Sweet 16 contest, 41-39.  The Lady Tigers kept the game close, in the first half, while trying to figure out the Lady Warriors.  An explosive 3rd quarter saw the Lady Tigers take the lead, with an aggressive, pressing defense

DC HOOPS SQUADS ADVANCE TO SWEET 16

Friday night was a great night for the Tiger Nation.  Both hoops squads advanced to the 2nd round of the GHSA 6A State Tournament with wins over Pope High School. The Lady Greyhounds kept the game close, but a strong fourth quarter by the Lady Tigers helped the team bounce back from an early 1st