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Check out the Dozier-Libbey Video

Check out the cool video about Dozier-Libbey created by one of our students, Meg Faulkenberry at

Dozier-Libbey's Vision Statement

Every student valued, every student challenged, every student prepared to succeed in a changing world.

Dozier-Libbey's Mission Statement

DLMHS exists to challenge students with exciting rigorous instruction that prepares them with the knowledge and experience to succeed in health science professions and college

Help Us Improve Traffic Flow!

Please read the attached letter and review the attached traffic map to help us improve traffic flow in our parking lot.  Click here for traffic suggestions.  Click here for the traffic map.


Scott Bergerhouse Appointed Principal of Dozier-Libbey Medical High School - Dependent Charter School;

Nancie Castro to Continue as Principal of
Dozier-Libbey Medical High School

At its regularly scheduled Board of Education Meeting held on April 9, 2014, the Antioch Unified School District appointed Scott Bergerhouse principal of the new Dozier-Libbey Medical High School Dependent Charter School (DLMHS-DCS) scheduled to open in August of 2014.

In his new role, Mr. Bergerhouse will form a newly established Community Advisory Committee to determine what supports and enhancements will best serve the needs of the students scheduled to attend DLMHS-DCS in the fall. He will also be meeting with student and parent focus groups to begin planning for the opening of the school.

Mr. Bergerhouse is a well-known and well-respected administrator who began his career in the Antioch Unified School District as an English teacher in 1984 at what was then Park Junior High School. Mr. Bergerhouse has since been an administrator at Antioch High School, Antioch Junior High School, Park Middle School, Deer Valley High School and, most recently, Carmen Dragon Elementary. In 2010, Mr. Bergerhouse was named High School Principal of the year by the Association of California School Administrators. For the past seven years, Mr. Bergerhouse has also been selected by administrators in the District to serve as president of Antioch’s Management Association (AMA). Mr. Bergerhouse has a gift for bringing people together around a shared vision and motivating and inspiring staff and students to perform at the highest levels. He is also recognized in the community as an administrator who values the ideas and input of the people and families he serves.

Mr. Bergerhouse is active in the community and serves as president of the Delta Advocacy Foundation alongside distinguished community members such as Nancy Libbey, Nancy Green, and Jack Roddy. Delta Advocacy is a charitable foundation that seeks to provide resources and help to families in Antioch and surrounding areas.

Mr. Bergerhouse will be on the Dozier-Libbey Medical High School Campus to meet and greet students, staff and parents beginning Thursday, April 10th.

Ms. Castro will continue in her role as Principal of Dozier-Libbey Medical High School.

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2014 ROP Student of Excellence Award Winner in Sports Medicine

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We are proud to announce that Brandon Lee has been recognized by industry partners and received  the 2014 ROP Student of Excellence Award.  This is the third year in a row that a DLMHS student has won.  Students are chosen amongst health care classes throughout the entire county.  Ms. O'Leary, Sports Medicine Teacher, states that "Brandon is truly deserving!"  We were also notified today that Brandon was selected for a $1000 scholarship by the The John Susko Memorial Foundation for Junior Golf.

Erron Williams named Youth Hall of Fame Award Winner for Valiant Volunteer



Congratulations to Erron, freshman at Dozier-Libbey on receiving a Youth Hall of Fame Award!  These awards are given by the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors to youth who have demonstrated valuable contributions to their communities.  Way to go Erron!

Dozier Libbey Medical High student Margarette Gil was named the first place Youth of the Year.

Dozier Libbey Medical High student Margarette Gil was named the first place Youth of the Year.

Important Information Regarding the Status of Dozier-Libbey Medical High School

At its March 19th meeting, the Board of Education approved the Dozier Libbey Medical High School Dependent charter petition. As a dependent charter, Dozier Libbey will remain part of the Antioch Unified School District for the 2014‐15 school year and beyond.

We are trying to make this transition as easy as possible for our students and staff. We know this may be a time of uncertainty and confusion for you and your student. Here are some facts you should know:

  • All current students, including incoming 8th grade students chosen through the lottery, will have  first priority for enrollment;
  • Current Dozier Libbey staff will have priority placement as employees at the new charter school;
  • The new start‐up charter school will be located on the current campus site;
  • Students who attend the new Charter School will be able to participate on AUSD athletic teams and in extracurricular activities;
  • Parents, teachers, and staff will have greater influence and input into decisions affecting the school through an inclusive community advisory committee;
  • Struggling students who need extra help will receive greater support services;
  • The curriculum at the school will be the same.
  • The school will have a slightly larger operating budget.

You will be receiving a letter next week offering you placement at the new Dozier Libbey Charter High School. Please return this no later than April 7th indicating you wish to attend for the 2014‐15 school year. Please return this form to the Antioch Unified School District office located at 510 G Street. Thank you.

Thank you,

Stephanie Anello

Associate Superintendent of the Antioch Unified School District.

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I Can Help

Recently, we had a great assembly called “I Can Help”.  This is a growing movement to delete negativity on social media that was started by a local teacher in Byron and has been spreading across the state.  Kim Karr's message was important, as we are facing an increasing number of incidents involving Cyberbullying and other negativity on social media.  As parents, we must be aware and talk to our kids about these issues.  Click here for very informative and helpful parent guidelines for social media.

There was a Channel 5 News story about the "#ican help" campaign, and an article in the paper (links below). (link to Channel 5 story on the campaign)  (article in the paper about the campaign)

As soon as the assembly was over, our students were busy setting up social media sites for Dozier-Libbey to support the movement.  Let's see how many Dozier-Libbey students and family members we can get to follow this movement on social media, and become "Positive Warriors", part of the solution to delete negativity on social media! Check these out, join in, and become one of our "positive warriors."

Dozier-Libbey sites:

Facebook - Dozier-Libbey Can Help

Instagram - _dozier_libbey_icanhelp

Other online sites Ms. Karr has started to help spread the movement statewide:

•Facebook – icanhelpdeletenegativity

•Instagram – icanhelpdeletenegativity

•Twitter – icanhelp__

•YouTube – icanhelpdeletenegativity

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Schoolloop and Home Access Center

We use Schoolloop as our gradebook that shows current grades and scores on assignments and tests.  Remember, when you log in to Schoolloop, you will see the students’ grades and assignments in each class from your login screen.  The calendar feature will list all assignments for each teacher.

You can log in to the Home Access Center in eSchool to see official progress reports, report cards, and transcripts as well as attendance and discipline information, but the daily assignments and gradebook will only be on Schoolloop.  If you forgot your log in and password for Home Access Center, just click on the Home Access Center link and then click on "forgot password".

Parents, if you have not yet registered for Schoolloop, simply click on the “Register Now” button on the left side of this page and follow the instructions.  You will need your child’s student number to complete this process.  Once you are registered, you can log on anytime to view your child’s progress, grades on individual assignments, upcoming assignments, and view teacher websites.  When you log in you will see each class listed with the current grade in the class and you can click on any class to see the individual assignments and grades. 

Also, remember to update any changes to your contact information, including home and cell phone numbers, address, email address in eSchool and Schoolloop so you continue to get communications from our school.  If you have any questions, please contact us at 779-7540.

Class of 2013 - Where Are They Now?

We are very proud of the accomplishments of the group of students who graduated last year!  

They are going places!!

CLASS OF 2013 – College Stats: 129 Graduates







Private/Out of State 4 year






Other 2 year colleges


Career Colleges/ Tech Programs






4 year colleges

61/128 = 48%

2 year colleges

63/128 = 49%


4/128 = 3%


Berkeley - 2

Davis - 6

Irvine - 2

Los Angeles - 3

Merced - 1

San Diego -3

Santa Cruz - 1


Bakersfield - 1

East Bay - 6

Long Beach - 1

Monterey Bay - 2

Northridge - 1

Sacramento - 3

San Diego - 1

San Francisco - 8

San Jose - 2

Sonoma – 4


The Art Institute (Culinary) – San Francisco, CA - 1

Biola University - La Mirada, CA - 1

Boise State University – Boise, ID - 1

Brandeis University - Waltham, MA - 1

Brigham Young University – Provo, UT - 1

Dillard University - 1

Holy Names College - 1

Shenandoah University -  Winchester, VA - 1

Tuskegee University -  Tuskegee, AL - 1

The University of Arizona - Tucson, AZ - 2

University of Nevada, Reno – Reno, NV - 2

University of the Pacific – Stockton, CA - 1

Vanguard University - Costa Mesa, CA – 1


Antioch Adult Ed ROP Clinical Medical Assistant - 1

Contra Costa Medical Career College – 1


Los Medanos College – 45

Diablo Valley College - 14

Chabot Community College - 1

City College of San Francisco - 1

Columbia Community College - Sonora, CA - 1

Dona Ana Community College - Las Cruces, New Mexico - 1


Air Force - 2

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Today: 4/22/14

Healthy Families Medi-Cal Programs

Now, more children and teens qualify for free or low cost medical, dental and vision care coverage programs through Medi-Cal.  Click here  to see the flyers (in English and Spanish)  for more information. 

Effective immediately:

New weighted grade policy for Honors and AP courses

More information.

Upcoming Events

April 23 - PTSA Board Meeting - 7PM – Library

May 16 - Kaiser's Secrets Assembly for 9th and 10th graders - 9:50 AM

May 17 - Senior Ball - Treasure Island

May 19 - C3 Day (College, Career, and Community)

May 21 and 22 - Disneyland Grad Night for Seniors

May 21 - PTSA Board Meeting - 7PM – Library

May 26 - No School

May 30 - June 4 - Finals

June 4 - Graduation - 6:00 PM at the Deer Valley Amphitheater