The Donoho School's mission is to provide a quality college-preparatory education to capable, highly motivated students. The School is committed to the development of the total child by providing a challenging curriculum in an atmosphere conducive to good citizenship, personal integrity, and devotion to religious principles. The school's academic, athletics, fine arts, and other student activities are designed to fulfill this commitment. Donoho enjoys a record of 100 percent acceptance of its students into collegethe 2011 graduating class received scholarship offers in excess of 5 million dollarsNearly 12 percent of all Donoho graduates have been National Merit Finalists, Semifinalists, or Commended students. Over the past ten years, the Donoho School has had more National Merit Scholar Finalists than the total of all other Calhoun County schools combined. The Class of '10 has one National Merit Finalists.The academic facilities are designed to accommodate the college preparatory program and accentuate the learning environment.
Fine arts course
Lower school computer lab
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