For the Parents
We've created one place for you to receive all of the information you need. From nutrition to medical policies, to afterschool care, we've got you covered!
Arriving at School
DIA wants to assist in facilitating parent opportunities in getting their children safely to and from school. While we are not providing transportation as part of our school program, we want to take an active role in coordinating solutions with parents that we will help families to navigate transportation challenges.
DIA has a mandatory structured uniform policy. Uniforms are very important for the school culture as they promote pride, respect, unity, and a sense of success. It is imperative that ALL Scholars come to school dressed in the scheduled appropriate uniform.
Before & Aftercare
Before & Aftercare is offered for all grade levels to help keep you on schedule! We offer weekly and drop-in rates as well as discounts for siblings. We also accept CAPS.
Breakfast & Lunch Menu
We have our monthly breakfast and lunch menus available to view so that you can be aware of the daily nutrition your scholar is receiving. If your student has food allergies, we can help make sure that they remain in good health while in our hands.
The Nurse's Office
Do you have questions or needs regarding your scholar's wellness and health at school? Our licensed nurses are available at every campus and will make sure your child gets the care they deserve in our hands.
Every day isn't always the best day whether at home or school. Our highly trained counselors can assist your student with their emotional needs so that they can get through each and every day.
Have questions about our policies regarding your scholar's attendance? We have answers! You can also learn the proper protocols for submitting excuses and documentation.
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a long term program created to help low-income households to pay for internet service and connected devices. Your household could be eligible for Free Monthly Internet service.
Eligible households can also qualify to purchase tablets from participating providers with a discounted one-time copay of $11.
Interested in becoming a Parent Volunteer at one of our campuses or chaperone a field trip? We would love to have you assist us and the scholars with our daily needs!
In order to become a Parent Volunteer, you must complete a Volunteer Application, Sign the Volunteer Confidentiality Agreement, complete Mandated Reporter Training, a brief Volunteer Training Class, and a Background Check.
DIA State Report Card
View DuBois Integrity Academy's School Grades Report from the GA's Governor's Office of Student Achievement.
This report gives a snapshot of our school's overall performance throughout each year by the state of Georgia.