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July 4th Parade

Join DCS and Participate in Dunwoody's July 4th, 2023 Parade!

CALLING ALL NEW, RETURNING, AND FORMER DCS LION FAMILIES to join Dunwoody Christian School in Georgia's largest 4th of July parade - and it happens to be right here in our hometown of Dunwoody, GA!


We need lots of participants - and everyone is invited: students, siblings, parents, teachers, friends, grandparents, etc. There are opportunities for all ages - you can walk, bike, scooter, stroller, skateboard, pull a wagon... or drive a convertible, truck, golf cart, atv, and more! 
DCS Theme: “5 Years of Lion Pride”
Date: 07/04/2023 (Tues.)
Time: 7:30am - 12:00pm EST
Location: All Saints Catholic Church, 2443 Mt Vernon Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338
While the overall parade theme is "50 Years of Wildcat Pride" celebrating Dunwoody High School's 50th anniversary, DCS will focus on a theme of "5 Years of Lion Pride" as we celebrate our 5-year anniversary!


RSVP HERE to join DCS in the parade on July 4, 2023!


You can RSVP HERE anytime (or just show up on the day of the parade!). We will try to make sure everyone who wants to participate is able to be included!

All participants should wear a DCS Lion spirit shirt (see below to order). Aside from the Lion spirit shirt, the rest of your attire can be festive, lion-themed, or red/white/blue. Get creative! The more festive, the better! Our group will be judged for a prize based on our participation and creativity. The theme of the parade is “Parade of Stars"

Click here to order shirts. All new students and teachers get their first Lion spirit shirt free - so use the form to indicate if you are getting your first shirt. You can also use the form to order additional shirts for family members and friends. Please order by June 1 so we have time to organize the orders. We will let you know when to stop by and pick up your shirt.

Meet at 7:30am at All Saints Catholic Church, 2443 Mt Vernon Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338. Then the parade start time is 9am.

The parade route and more details can be found here.

The largest July 4th parade in the Southeast!