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The mission of Deer Park High School, North Campus, is to prepare ninth grade students for the challenges of the remaining years of high school and to motivate and equip each student to achieve his or her maximum potential as an adult.

2.6% African American 50.1% Anglo 1.8% Asian 42.6% Hispanic Over 37.5% low socioeconomic status

Deer Park High School North Campus

Team Deer Park

Deer Park High School, North Campus, is the ninth grade center for Deer Park Independent School District. Four junior high campuses feed into the campus housing approximately 1,000 freshmen students each year. Starting as a ninth and tenth grade school, North Campus was created in the fall of 1974. Eighteen years later, in 1992, North campus became just a ninth grade center.

To maintain a rigorous and challenging curriculum using research-based initiatives, strategies, and technology, which will ensure academic excellence and achievement for all stakeholders.

1.6% African American 54.7% Anglo 0.8% Asian 9.2% Hispanic 38.7% Male 61.3% Female 42% have advanced degrees 14.2 average years of experience
402 Ivy Avenue Deer Park, TX 77536 Phone: (832) 668-7300 Fax: (281) 930-4840

We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give. Winston Churchill

Paving Futures Building Teams

The motto for Deer Park Independent School district is Team Deer Park. When teachers and students a like come together for one purpose, goals are much more likely to be reached!

AVID This college prep class is designed to ensure students are academically and socially prepared for success in college.

Shaping Character
Volundeers service club open only to DPHS 9th
graders who volunteer their time in a variety of non-profit settings throughout the community. Toy drives, Christmas cards for the military, and nursing home outreaches are just a few projects the volundeers participate in.

TOPS Taking the opportunity for personal Success provides students with afterschool tutoring in all core classes as well as some electives. TOPS is another way North Campus strives to meet students academic needs.

North Campus strives to create a safe and drug

free environment and has initiated a variety of activities to meet the SDFSC goal. Some activities include: Adult Mentoring, Drug Abuse Counseling, SDFSC Advisory Meeting and Shattered Dreams Program.

BYOT Bring Your own Technology is

one way of enhancing the mission to teach the skills, knowledge, and behaviors students will need to succeed in the global community.

Hungry Harvest During the Thanksgiving season North Campus encourages students and faculty to reach out in the community by collecting canned goods for families in need.

Anti-Bullying programs such as, No Place For

Hate, encourages students to treat each other with the upmost respect and kindness.

Christmas sponsors North Campus faculty participates in Gifts from the Heart Program. This program includes teachers nominating students that might benefit from a little extra Christmas cheer and donates gifts during the holidays.

Every Wednesday, North Campus schedules

advisory classes where teachers are given the opportunity to build relationships with students and discuss different aspects of building a positive campus atmosphere.

JROTC The Junior Reserve Officers

Training Corps program covers a variety of military and life application segments.

Teen Leadership This interactive

course is designed to develop communication, business, professional and leadership skills in hopes to prepare students for future careers.

Homeless outreach Winter jackets as well as

other necessities are also collected for homeless students in the area.

Student Council is offered to help develop leadership abilities. Students involved perform a variety of tasks setting moral examples for peers.

Football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, soccer, golf, cross country, cheerleading, swimming, tennis, and bowling are only a few athletic programs North Campus students have the opportunity to participate in.