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    DVHS Virtual wellness center

    CC Crisis Center

    Contra Costa Crisis Center:
    Available  24/7
    Crisis & Suicide:  
    or text HOPE to 20121

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    Student parking permits

    Street Smarts

    A new permit must be purchased each school year in order to park in any of the school’s parking lots.  Purchasing the permit requires 3 steps: 

    1.  Completion of the free one-hour California Highway Patrol online Start Smart traffic safety class by student and their parent/guardian.  See more details below regarding this requirement.

    2.  Complete and submit the Parking Permit form.

    3.  Purchase the permit in the Webstore.  Cost for the 2021-2022 school year is $150.00.

    There will be a Start Smart session held via Zoom Webinar for sophomores, juniors, and seniors on Wednesday, September 29; Wednesday, October 20; Wednesday, November 17, all from 7:00-8:00 p.m.   

    To access the sign-up form, you must use your SRVUSD student Gmail account.  Non-SRVUSD emails will be granted access to the form. 

    Once you've signed up, the Zoom link will be sent to the student's school email the day before the session.

    Please log into the session using your (the student's) name.  If you're logged in, an attendance report will be received.

    Certificates for session completion will not be issued.  Please log into your Infinite Campus portal, click "more", click the release tab, which will show the student's eligibility.

    At least one parent must view the webinar with their teen.  Note:  The presentation contains graphic "accident" images, which are unsuitable for children under 15 years old.  

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    WASC Self Study

    Click HERE to read the DVHS WASC Self-Study Report. 

    Senior portraits

    Call Studio One Photography at 925-361-0430 and arrange for your senior portrait session. More information is available at the Studio One website.  

    studio one photography

    Class of 2021 Grad links

    Click here to watch the DVHS 10:30 graduation ceremony.

    Click here to watch the DVHS 6:00 p.m. ceremony.

    Click here to view the printed program of the DVHS 2021 Commencement Exercises.

    DVHS 2021-2022 bell schedule

    The schedule below contains both block and regular days, along with 2 student support periods.  Bell schedules for minimum day, rally day schedules and other special schedules can be found here

    2021-2022 bell schedule

    Student accounts & password help

    Please click here for help with student accounts and passwords.

    Student medications at school

    If your student requires any medication at school (including over the counter medications) please have the Life Threatening Allergies Medication at School form (linked below) completed by your child's doctor.  The completed form and the medication (if providing a backup for the office) should be brought to the administration office by the first day of school (August 10).  Office hours are 7 am - 4 pm on school days.

    The form must be completed entirely, signed by yourself and your student's doctor and indicate whether or not your student will be carrying their medication. 

    For allergies, please use this form: Life Threatening Allergies Medication at School Form

    For all other medications, please use this form: Medications at School Form

    If you have any concerns, please contact our school nurse, Beth Crook.

    County connection bus to DVHS

    For information regarding County connection bus routes to DVHS and other SRVUSD schools, please click hereYouth Clipper Cards are now accepted, which saves money vs. the regular cash fare.

    2021 yearbook update

    The yearbooks from last school year have been delayed until November due to our decision to capture the entire year in the yearbook. We know the delay is unfortunate, but the 400 page yearbook will be very special. We will publicize pick-up dates once they have arrived.

    For more information, please email the yearbook advisor,  Jeff Silverman at

    New student enrollment and registration

    If you are a new family in SRVUSD, you can access the enrollment process at the SRVUSD enrollment website.  Please note that you must be a current resident in the SRVUSD school boundaries and provide proof of residency prior to enrollment approval.  Students younger than 18 must have a parent or legal guardian complete the enrollment process.  Please view this checklist to aid in your enrollment process.  

    Dear Dougherty Valley High School Families,

    As our community grows, our goals are to continue positive "Safety Efforts" and to adhere to civic codes.  Please Review the following Safety Rules:

    BY-LAW:  Fire Lanes Must Be Clear At All Times.  Not to be used for pick-up or drop-off.  This is considered a civil code violation.


    • MUST WALK THEIR BIKES while on campus.
    • Bicyclists should not ride on sidewalks, or weave in between cars.  Bicycles must be locked up in the designated bike rack areas.


    • Are not to be ridden on campus.
    • Skateboard Racks are available in the Bike Corral located behind the Career Tech.


    • We have closed off the parking lot under the solar panels to all drop-off traffic. ONLY VEHICLES DISPLAYING A CURRENT PARKING PASS, or those individuals needing to park and visit the office will be allowed to enter this area.
    • Visitor spots are located in the 3rd row of the lot.
    • If you are DROPPING A STUDENT OFF and not parking, please enter the school at the driveway marked with a "D" in the diagram below.  All drop-off traffic will be routed to the drop-off loop, which has been designed to handle a large volume of vehicles in a short amount of time.  Vehicles that are dropping off a student must be in the far right lane of the drop-off loop.  Students may not exit vehicles that are in the center or left lanes of the drop-off loop
    • Students and others who are parking should enter the school at the signal at the intersection of Albion Way and Arrowfield Way, which is marked with a "P" in the diagram.
    • Additionally, parents and students should not be using the fire lane along side the Performing Arts Center.  This fire lane is meant for emergency vehicles and staff vehicles to access the rear parking lot.  Please refrain from entering the fire lane designated with an "S" in the diagram below.

    *Please see parking lot diagram below.

    Key to diagram:  V=visitor  P=parking  S=students  D=direction


    • Pedestrians should always use a crosswalk to cross streets and driveways.
    • Students should remove headphones and listen and look both ways before crossing streets.
    • Vehicles should follow all posted traffic rules, including speed limits, no cell phones, and turning prohibitions.  PEDESTRIANS Always have the right of way.
    • U-Turns are illegal on Albion Way.  The San Ramon Police Department has assured the school that they will be patrolling this area more heavily as we implement these changes.
    • Pedestrians ALWAYS need to wait when you SEE THE "RED HAND" Flashing.

    Our main goal is to ensure safe travel for students to school each day whether that be on foot, by car or via bicycle.  THANK YOU for your attention to these details as you visit Dougherty Valley High School.  Have a wonderful day and Happy New Year!

    Dear Wildcat Families,

    Welcome to a new school year and to our unique community of collaboration between parents, administrators, teachers and students.  Our high school is not only one of the top high schools in California but also ranked in the top 50 high schools in the United States!!

    These accolades don’t just happen by themselves.  Not only is this tremendous success due to the extraordinary work by the administration, teachers, staff and students, but also the continued support of you, the DVHS community.  We have a long tradition within the Dougherty Valley of supporting our schools by donating to our school education funds.  This continued support at DVHS is one of the reasons that our school is continually recognized as one of the best.

    The DVHS Education Fund has three main purposes:

    •    Reduce Class Sizes:  First, we reduce core academic class sizes (english, math, science) for all grades by paying for additional class sections — more classes = less students in a classroom.

    •    Classroom Supplies:  Second, we will, once again, cover the cost of all donated classroom supplies for every student.  To put it simply, you will not be asked at registration or receive a letter from your student’s teachers asking for a check to cover the cost of needed classroom supplies.

    •    Large Capital Purchases:  Third, goals that support our school and all students include:

    •    Increasing donations to make large capital expenditures to replace aging equipment.

    •    Bolstering the engineering and science departments by providing new equipment and technology,

    •    Growing the fine arts department by providing additional equipment and supplies.

    To succeed, we are asking every family to contribute $465 per student or $800 per family.  If you’re able to give more, additional contributions are always welcome, but contributions of ANY amount are gratefully received.  As the DVHS Education Fund benefits every student, we urge every family to give something - even if you presently are not able to give the full amount. 

    You can make your annual donation  by going to and in the “quick links” section in the upper left hand corner, click on “webstore” and then select “wildcat days registration”.  Choose one of the Education Fund options depending on the amount of your donation.

    Mindful of the demands on your time and your wallet, the annual donation drive during the Wildcat Days registration is the ONLY fundraiser we hold. We do not hold an auction, car wash, cookie dough sale or any other fundraisers during the year.  So your support at registration is critical to fulfilling our goals.

    Thank you so much for your continued support.  I am looking forward to another amazing school year.


    Dharmesh Mistry

    President, DVHS Education Fund

    What is your passion? What do you want to do for a career? Do you know what it means to be College and Career Ready? Can you have a successful career without college? Find the answers to all of these questions and more on our district College and Career Readiness webpage. You will also find information on Career Technology Education (CTE) and CollegeConnect programs.

    Visit the College & Career webpages. 


    DVHS Drama presents Clue

    DVHS Drama presents:Clue

    Tickets available on Ticket Spicket or at  DVHS Drama.

    DVHS 2021-2022 ASB & class officers

    Associated Student Body

    • President:  Aliyah Dorado
    • Vice President:  Matt Jao
    • Secretary:  Annesha Dey
    • Treasurer:  Sahithi Malireddy

    Class of 2022

    • President:  Hilary Wong
    • Vice President:  Kylie Cheng
    • Secretary:  Austin Spears
    • Treasurer:  Rio Krauss

    Class of 2023

    • President:  Jamie Lee
    • Vice President:  Kylie De Ala
    • Secretary:  Aniket Dey
    • Treasurer:  Kylie Cabral

    Class of 2024

    • President:  Devin Garia
    • Vice President:  Kaila Peronilla
    • Secretary:  Nimish Jain
    • Treasurer:  Allison Fujikawa
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    About Our School

    About Us

    goldWascGold RibbonWelcome to Dougherty Valley High School (DVHS) , where we are in our twelfth  year of traditions in excellence.  School construction of this newest high school in the district was funded by Shapell Industries of Northern California, and Windemere BLC, the two home builders involved in development of the Dougherty Valley area of San Ramon.

    We opened our school in 2007 with grades 9 and 10 and transitioned to a comprehensive, 4-year high school with an enrollment of approximately 3,300. Dougherty Valley High School offers students a challenging and rigorous standards-based curriculum and high expectations. Students and parents are encouraged to participate in the excellent program opportunities available.