The Downcounty Consortium includes five high schools and their feeder middle and elementary schools—Blair, Einstein, Kennedy, Northwood, and Wheaton. Each DCC high school offers distinctive academy programs designed to capture students’ interest, incorporate rigorous academic course work, explore possible career pathways, and bring real world relevance to students’ education. More about the DCC
Contact your child's school counselor, call the Division of Consortia Choice and Application Program Services(DCCAPS) at 240-740-2540, or e-mail our staff.
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Grade 8 DCC families were mailed a personalized letter regarding the Choice process and submitting high school choices electronically using the students Google account. Please contact your students counselor or our office for questions.
Thank you for attending the Options Fair! Please review the DCC Powerpoint and Summary Sheet.
Thursday, October 4, 2018 - Montgomery Blair High SchoolWednesday, October 10, 2018 - Albert Einstein High SchoolThursday, October 18, 2018 - Northwood High School *Montgomery College Middle College (MC2) program meeting at 6:30 pm*Tuesday, October 23, 2018 - Wheaton High School *Biomedical and Engineering Application Only program meeting at 6:30 pm*Thursday, October 25, 2018 - John F. Kennedy High School
All Open Houses begin at 7 pm in the school auditorium
Do you live within the DCC boundaries? Need to enroll your child in high school?Contact us at 240-740-2540.
For additional information about the Choice process and/or the DCC, contact your child's school counselor, or call Division of Consortia Choice and Application Program Services(DCCAPS) office at 240-740-2540.
More about academy programs at Blair HS
More about the academy programs at Einstein HS
More about academy programs at Kennedy HS
More about academy programs at Northwood HS
More about academy programs at Wheaton HS
The Downcounty Consortium (DCC) Program Booklet has general and specific information about the five high schools in the DCC.