Monday, October 31, 2016

Dunwoody High School Community Association kicks off Two Million fundraising goal to upgrade athletic facilities.

Dunwoody High School’s academic and athletic programs have enjoyed a rich tradition of success over the years by providing student-athletes with the tools necessary to succeed on and off the field.

The Dunwoody High School building, erected in 1972, was only partially renovated in 2011. However, no significant renovations have been made to our athletic facilities. With each passing year, we watch many schools in metro Atlanta modernize and upgrade their athletic facilities, while ours continue to remain in dire need of improvement.

In partnership with Dunwoody High School, the DHS Community Association hired fundraising counsel, Sinclair, Townes & Company, to conduct a feasibility study regarding our athletic facilities. The results indicated we should move forward in our goal to raise $2 million to create an athletic complex to meet the needs and expectations of this generation of students.

With our school and community in mind, we invite you to join us in our campaign to build a state-of-the-art athletic complex on the Dunwoody High School campus. This upgrade will benefit the community and provide excellence in education in and out of the classroom for our present and future students.

We want to grow The Wildcat Way … with Wildcat PRIDE in our school, our students, and our community.

1 comment:

Mom99 said...

It's difficult to donate to DHS at this time with talks of adding 600 seats to the school. Where will the addition be located? Another concern is the stadium seating. Is this the first step to football games in the middle of a residential area? Parking is a nightmare now with just the high school kids, can only imagine what it would be like on a Friday night.