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2021 Distinguished Service Award

With the mission of the Midland Public Schools serving as its focus, the Board of Education acknowledges the valuable contributions made by its support staff in providing an excellent education for our students. A quality educational system can only occur when every employee group works together to promote the welfare of the students and the community it serves.

To further recognize the effort put forth by members of our support staff, the Midland Public Schools’  Board of Education has established the "Distinguished Service Award" to be presented annually.

Nominations will be accepted until Friday May 28, 2021 and can be submitted here

View full DSA details and eligibility here

View past winners here

The H. H. Dow Chamber Singers perform "I Wonder As I Wander" virtually

Students: Anna Stolz, Gretchen, Shope, Olivia Cross. Veronica Klein, Laura Fawcett, Rachel Rassette, Ginny Thommasson, Lydia Schramm, Ashleigh Prisby, Bailey Bills, Hailey Allen, Kiara Ekdahl, Maggie Howell, Maggie Smith, Nadia Malkowski, Christine Schriber, Evan Trotter-Wright, Jayden Gledhill, Gabe Vannette, Thomas Thaxter, Micah Damocles, Griffith Mai, Noah Langley, Taylor Howard, James Smith, & Sebastian Park

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Secondary Course Offering Guide and Testing Schedule

Mission

We are committed to helping learners acquire and use knowledge, communicate effectively, and become responsible and respectful individuals prepared to meet the challenges of the future.

School Hours

First Hour 7:40 – 8:35
Second Hour 8:41 – 9:36
Third Hour 9:42 – 10:42
First Lunch 10:48 – 11:18
Fourth Hour 11:23 – 12:18
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Fourth Hour 10:48 – 11:43
Second Lunch 11:48 – 12:18
Fifth Hour 12:24 – 1:19
Sixth Hour 1:25 – 2:25
Seventh Hour 2:30 – 3:25
 

Principal's Message

Ted Davis It is with great pleasure I serve as principal for the Herbert Henry Dow faculty, students and community. H. H. Dow High School has a strong tradition of academic success. We were recognized as a National Exemplary School in 2002 and consistently rank as one of the top high schools in Michigan by U.S. News magazine.

At Dow High, our staff and students take our SPIRIT seriously. SPIRIT is more than a word to us; it's an attitude that comes through in all aspects of the Dow High culture. Dow High SPIRIT is present in the classroom, on the field, in the auditorium, and in our halls. Staff and students of Dow High School defined CHARGER SPIRIT, and continue to share a legacy of commitment to these values for future generations of Chargers. The elements of SPIRIT and the legacy our staff and students strive to achieve every day at Dow High: Strength, Pride, Integrity, Respect, Intensity, Tradition.
- Principal Ted Davis