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Douglas City School
P.O. Box 280
100 School Road
Douglas City, CA 96024
(530) 623-6350
(530) 623-3412 FAX 




Welcome to Douglas City School

Home of the D.C Coyotes

***Next Early Out is January 14, 2015***
A preliminary Geography Bee will be taking place on Wednesday, January 14 with the official Geography Bee to be held Wednesday, January 21 at 1:30. Study hard students and good luck!

Transportation News:
Remember that if morning weather is especially icy or snowy, a call from the school will be made informing parents/guardians that we will start school 2 hours late. In this case, all morning bus runs will be 2 hours late, or we may close school for the day.
Please check your phone messages for news if you suspect a school closure.

ASES News:
Guitar, Ukulele, and Banjo Lessons every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00-5:00!!! Can you believe it? Our After School Program is truly amazing! Classes are open to all interested ASES students. Also, the Garden Club will be starting soon for 4th-8th graders. Donations of soil amendments are being sought to get the garden beds ready. If you can help, please contact Diana in ASES.

The next Girl Scout meeting will be on Wednesday, January 14 from 4:00-5:15.
Scout Leader Debee says, ”Be there or be square!”

The phone number is 623-3949 for all ASES needs after 2:30 Monday-Friday.










old school house
Old School House


current school buildings
Present Day


dces 1899
Douglas City School Class Picture 1899

Douglas City School

Douglas City is located near the Trinity River on Highway 299w 7 miles east of Weaverville. The original Douglas City School was a one room K-8th grade school with one teacher. The exact location of this school is unknown, but it was on the bluff above Douglas City. The second Douglas City School was built in 1946. The two buildings that made up the school were old Civil Conservation Corps (CCC) barracks buildings from the Harrison Gulch area. The two buildings stayed on the school site until 1974. They were removed when new earthquake building standards were required by the state. The second Douglas City School had 30-35 students and two teachers during the building of Trinity Dam.

In 1974 three new classrooms were built on the Douglas City School site and a third teacher was hired. These three classrooms are still used today. Before the first Douglas City School bus was purchased in 1965 the students had to walk to school. There were other new programs added to the school; in 1968 the Special Education Program, in 1974 the Lunch Program, in 1975 the GATE Program, in 1986 Electives, in 1992 the Breakfast Program, and finally in 1993 our Computer Lab was added.

Today, Douglas City School is still a K-8th grade school with 8 classrooms, a Gym/Multipurpose room, a Computer Lab, a bus barn, a storage building and an Administration Building. It currently has an enrollment of about 150 students.