DCHS Peer Mentoring Program
Douglas County High School's Peer Mentoring Program is a mentoring and support program for incoming freshman students that continues throughout their high school years. Each incoming freshman (mentee) will be assigned a mentor.

The pairings will meet periodically throughout the year at designated times to get to know each other through activities or projects. Through this program, the upperclassmen will be in a position to provide the needed guidance and support for the younger students. Friendships will develop as a result of the Peer Mentoring program where students form bonds that can be treasured for many years.

*Teacher recommendations will be required for upperclassman who want to become a mentor.

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