High School Students were CTE concentrators
Dell Rapids High School in the Top 10% SPI (State Report Card)
Dell Rapids High School Students Graduate on Time.
In-Town Bus Stops
Mobile Learning Devices grades k-12
Students served in after school programming.
Percent of Students High School Students involved in extra/co curricular activities.
"What I love about the Dell Rapids School District is the environment that has been created here; it is welcoming, exciting, and positive. I knew from the get-go that this wonderful place would be my home. I mean, there is a reason why my wife and I moved into town last spring!"
"I like how Dell Rapids High School has many opportunities for students to learn. The teachers and coaches always want what’s best for the students."
"I enjoy teaching in the Dell Rapids Public School because I know that our continuing achievements are a direct reflection of the consistent efforts of our staff and students. Also, that we have the overwhelming support of the community and their ability to continually meet the needs of our school system."
"When I think of DRHS I think of all the amazing staff and everything they do for all the students."
"What makes the Dell Rapids School District so special is the great staff/parent connection. It's great to be able to work together with parents to help raise their children!"
"I loved DRPS because of the people. Every staff member from the night custodian to the superintendent will know who you are and were super friendly. My teachers set goals for me and helped me achieve them. DRPS won my heart because my teachers did everything they could for me, as a result I loved being at school and I wanted to learn all they could teach me."
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