North Delta High School

North Delta High School serves ninth through twelfth-grade students and is blessed to have strong, experienced teachers who consistently prepare our students for the academic demands of college. Our small class sizes allow teachers to tailor their instruction to meet student needs while giving our students the opportunity for in-depth study.

In high school, students choose between college preparatory or honors learning tracks and even have the opportunity to earn college credit through our dual enrollment agreement with Delta State University.

Graduation Requirements

All high school students must enroll in a minimum of six courses per year, including math, English, science, and social studies. In order to graduate from North Delta, students must complete at least:

  • 4 units of English
  • 4 units of math, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and pre-calculus
  • 4 units of science, including biology, chemistry, physics, and anatomy & physiology
  • 4 units of social studies, including American Government
  • 2 units of a foreign language
  • 4 elective units

For information about specific course offerings or learning track requirements, please review our Course Catalog and guidance pages, or talk with your guidance counselor.

Tutoring

North Delta teachers and/or staff offer tutoring services to students who are struggling to make adequate progress in the classroom. We offer these services on-site by teacher referral or parental request and administrator approval. 

All tutoring sessions occur after school hours, and according to the terms negotiated directly between parent and tutor. North Delta School does not collect tutoring fees nor mediate contract disputes for tutoring services. Please pay all fees directly to your child’s tutor.