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Spotlight on DHS Graduates - Geoffrey McGee

Geoffrey is a 2014 graduate from Discovery High School. He graduated from UNC Chapel Hill in 2018 with a degree in Public Policy and Economics. When asked where he is currently working, he states "I spent two years working as a high school math teacher in New York City with Teach for America, earning a Master of Arts in Teaching. I'm currently a first-year student at Harvard Law School." His favorite memory of DHS were the community meetings on Fridays. He says that it was great to see all of the talent performances and getting everyone together to celebrate the end of the week.

Spotlight on DHS Graduates - Mackenzie Rockett

Mackenzie is a 2008 graduate from Discovery High School. Following graduation, she attended Lenoir Rhyne University where she double majored in Psychology and Human & Community Services. She then attended UNC Chapel Hill where she obtained a graduate degree in Master of Social Work. Currently Mackenzie works at Davis Regional Medical Center where she is a behavioral health program therapist on adult inpatient psychiatric unit. She also works at Shelby Wellness and Therapy Services where she is an outpatient therapist to adults, children, adolescents, couples, & families. Her favorite memories of DHS are the positive environment and the feeling of family.

Spotlight on DHS Graduates - Will Williams

Will is a 2013 graduate from Discovery High School. He attended Western Carolina University where he majored in finance with a concentration in financial planning. Currently, he is working at Edward Jones as a financial advisor. His favorite memory of DHS is playing basketball in the gym and being able to select electives that interested him.

Happy Big Friday 2-5-21

Good morning DHS family. I hope you've all had a great week thus far. Attached is an inspirational video from Mr. Dixon to start this Big Friday.

I also want to thank Serena for sending a presentation on Celia Cruz that she put together for Ms. Ward. The presentation is very informative and serves as a good way to kick off this Black History month.
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