Fremont County School District No. 2

Guidance Resources

Mental Health Counselor

Fremont County School District #2 is pleased to welcome Jenifer Slider as our new mental health counselor. Jenifer will be available for all kindergarten through 12th grade students and their families. She will be in the building until the end of the school year and will be doing small groups and seeing individual students beginning in the fall when school starts. Please see Jenifer’s biography to learn more.


ACT /PreACT Testing - All ninth and tenth-grade students will have the opportunity to take the PreACT test in the spring. All juniors will take the state-sponsored ACT test for free in April 2023. There are also national testing dates offered in Dubois, typically on Thursdays.

2023–2024 National testing dates available at DHS

  • Thursday, December 7 - The deadline to sign up is Friday, November 3.
  • Thursday, February 8 - The deadline to sign up is Friday, January 5.

Students can go to ACT to create an account and sign up to take ACT tests for national testing dates.

The Dubois High School code is 510115. This is needed to sign up for national test dates.

FAFSA – Early in September - Teffeny Fegler from the Educational Opportunity Center in Riverton comes to Dubois to help students/parents complete the FAFSA. Check with the school counselor to confirm date and time.

Dual/Concurrent Courses: Central Wyoming College provides junior and senior students at DHS the opportunity to take dual and concurrent classes through Central Wyoming College at no cost. Some of the courses have pre-requisites for enrollment. College faculty teach the courses, and that allows for high school and college credit. Concurrent courses are taught by high school staff and allow for high school and college credit. Please see the school counselor for enrollment information.

Please visit CWC for more information about concurrent and dual enrollment.


We now house all local scholarships at Going

At the beginning of a student's senior year, students should log in and create an account. They can access all local, and 100's of regional/national scholarships, at

Students can also upload letters of recommendation and their transcripts.

Graduation Requirements

All DHS students must complete a total of 24 credits in the following areas in order to meet local and state graduation requirements:

  • Four Credits of English
  • Four Credits of Math
  • Three Credits of History
  • Four Credits of Science
  • One Credit of PE
  • One Credit of Health
  • One Credit of Fine/Performing Art
  • One Credit of Career and Technical Education (CTE)
  • Five Elective Credits

Hathaway Requirements - The state of Wyoming provides scholarship money for Wyoming graduates who meet specific requirements based on their ACT score and courses taken during high school.