Dubiski Career High School

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      About Our School

      • Grades 9 – 12 | Choice

        John A. Dubiski Career High School is a GPISD public high school of choice with a focus on equipping students with the skills they need for 21st century professions. Students choose a sequential course of study designed to prepare them for a 2-year, 4-year, or technical college. In addition to their high school diploma, students are also eligible to complete programs that award them with advanced certifications, industry training, and internship and career-field experiences. Dubiski offers HB5 endorsements including STEM, Business & Industry, and Public Service.

        How to know Dubiski Career High School is right for your child:

        1. You want to prepare your child for college, career, and life in a professional learning environment.
        2. You want targeted instruction based on your child’s career interest.
        3. You want your child to be an innovative thinker and problem solver.

        Unique ways your child can learn and grow here:

        • Professional learning environment
        • Real-world learning opportunities
        • Industry certifications and internships
        • Development of communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills
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      Career & Technical Education

      • Career & Technical Education Pathways

        Career & Technical Education Pathways   Career & Technical Education Pathways   Career & Technical Education Pathways   Career & Technical Education Pathways

        • Graphic Arts
        • Business, Marketing, Finance
        • Culinary Arts
        • Cosmetology
        • Auto Technology
        • Auto Collision
        • Aviation Technology
        • Diesel Mechanics
        • Engineering
        • Information Technology
        • Media Tech
        • Health Science
        • Dentistry 
        • Architecture 

        For more information about each pathway, visit the CTE website here.

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      Curriculum Offerings

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        Advanced Placement Courses

        Dubiski Career High School offers 13 Advanced Placement courses. Students will receive a weighed .5 credit for each semester, and students test at the end of the year for the opportunity to earn college credit. College credit is awarded based on the students selected college.

        Dual Credit Courses

        Dubiski Career High School offers 7 Dual Credit courses. Students will receive 0.5 high school course credit for successful completion of this college course. In order for students to receive state graduation credit for concurrent enrollment courses, content requirements must meet or exceed the essential knowledge and skills in a given course.

        OnRamps Courses

        Dubiski Career High School offers 12 OnRamps courses. OnRamps works through a dual-enrollment model. Using a hybrid delivery approach, students meet rigorous university-level college readiness standards and have the opportunity to earn UT Austin credit from a UT faculty member and high school credit from their local teacher. All OnRamps courses can be applied to the Texas Common Core and are guaranteed to transfer to any public institution in Texas. OnRamps incorporates an organized data and action analytics approach to support students, teachers, and districts in their pursuit of educational excellence.

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      Extracurricular Opportunities

      • Extracurricular Opportunities

        3D Youth

        To provide a safe environment, where students can come together to be discipled and encouraged to a relationship with Christ. This group gives Christians within the school a chance to meet other Christians, grow in their own faith and be welcoming to people who want to hear more about Jesus.

        Academic Decathlon

        Students join to compete in a scholastic competition against other high school students. 

        DCHS Scholars/161 Mentoring

        Dubiski Scholars offers students an opportunity to explore college and career outside of the college center. Students get to research scholarship programs and universities that they may be interested in, and the sponsors offer additional information on career pathways and advanced academics. There is also a branch of Dubiski scholars that has 161 mentoring where seniors are paired up with underclassmen to help guide them in college, career, and military throughout the school year.

        Dubiski Restoration Crew 

        GEEK Club

        A club where students get together to play video, board, and card games and activities. 

        Girls Who Code

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        To empower students that identify as girls to learn coding skills.

        Kindness Crew

        Kindness Crew

        Students come together to promote kindness and compassion in the school community. 

        League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

        LULAC is a civic organization that focuses on building pride and community among Latin American Citizens. Their goal is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, and civil rights of the Hispanic population in the U.S. 

        National Honor Society

        To highlight hard work of students with leadership, character, integrity, and service. We work to improve our community through community service.

        Student Council

        Student Council

        Student led organization to promote leadership skills.

        Theatre Club

        To inspire and express creativity within students.

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      • CTSO Offerings

        BPA

        BPA

        Business Professionals of America is the leading CTSO for middle school, high school, or post-secondary students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology, and other related career fields. Members are high school students enrolled or formerly enrolled in initial, refresher, or upgrading business, career technical, and career or related education programs.

        DECA

        DECA

        DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. DECA’s Comprehensive Learning program integrates into classroom instruction, applies learning, connects to business, and promotes competition. DECA prepares the next generation to be academically prepared, community oriented, professional responsible, and experienced leaders

        FFA

        FFA

        FFA prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in global agriculture, food, fiber, and natural resource systems. FFA increases awareness of global technological importance of agriculture, develops competent agricultural leadership, builds self-confidence, promotes cooperation and cooperative attitudes, and promotes citizenship, volunteerism, and patriotism.

        HOSA

        HOSA

        The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill, and leadership development of all health science technology education students, therefore helping students to meet the needs of the health-care community.

        SkillsUSA

        SkillsUSA

        SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure that America has a skilled workforce. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes, and communication skills. It emphasizes total quality at work, high ethical standards, superior work skills, lifelong education, and pride in the dignity or work.

        TSA

        TSA

        TSA provides leadership and opportunities in technology, innovation, design and engineering. Members apply STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) concepts through co-curricular programs.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      • Can you receive an Associate degree while at Dubiski?

      • Can you play sports or participate in fine arts while at Dubiski?

      • What if I want to change my pathway?

      • How does my student get an internship?

      • Is there a dress code at Dubiski?

      • What are the requirements to be accepted into Dubiski?

      • Is Dubiski only for students that want to enter the career field after high school?