Dunlap High School is a comprehensive four-year senior high school with approximately 1300 students. It is located in the northwest corner of Peoria County in the town of Dunlap. The high school graduation rate is 90% and the low-income rate is 10%.
C U R R I C U L U M
Beginning with the Class of 2017, a minimum of 21 units of credits are required for graduation from Dunlap High School.
4 Years of Language Arts (must include 1 Semester of Speech)
3 Years of Mathematics
2 Years of Social Studies (must include US History & Civics)
3 Years of Science (beginning with the Class of 2017)
1 Year of Foreign Language, Art, or Career and Technical Education (CTE)
(Agriculture, Business, Family & Consumer Science, or Industrial Arts)
1 Semester of Software Applications
1 Semester of Resource Management
4 Years of Physical Education (must include Driver Education classroom
Completion of the Illinois State Mandated Testing
C O U R S E S E L E C T I O N
Dunlap High School utilizes a 4.0 unweighted grading scale. Class rank is a score ranking.
G.P.A.’s and class rank are calculated at the completion of each semester.
HONORS/ENRICHED AP COURSES
COURSES DUAL CREDIT COURSES
Algebra 1 (H) Biology (AP)
Algebra 2 (H) Anatomy & Physiology (H) Chemistry (AP)
Biology (H) College Algebra (H) Calculus AB & BC (AP)
Concepts of Math(H French 4 (AP)
Chemistry (H) Composition I (H) Psychology (AP)
Geometry (H) Composition II (H) Spanish 5 (AP)
Programming 2 (H) Earth Science (H) U.S. History (AP)
French 1 (Pre-AP) Statistics (H) Statistics (AP)
French 2 (Pre-AP)
Spanish 1 (Pre-AP) Lit & Composition (AP)
Spanish 2 ( Pre-AP) Psychology (H)
Spanish 3 (Pre-AP) Sociology (H) Lang & Composition (AP)
Spanish 4 (Pre-AP)
Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus (H) Physics I (AP)
Language/Literature 1 (H) Physics II (AP)Language/Literature 2 (H) 2 D Design Portfolio (AP)
Class of 2016
The class of 2016 had 6 National Merit Finalists and
2 National Hispanic Recognition Program Finalists.
This class also had 86 Illinois State Scholars.
276 Graduating Seniors
66.6 percent attended a 4-year College
26.8 percent attended a 2-year College
2.3 percent attended a Vocational School
2.5 percent enlisted in the Military
1.8 percent started the work force
DHS - 81 percent
Illinois - 62 percent
Global - 58 percent