DHS After School Program
Graduation, College and Career Info
All courses at Delhi High are academic courses with the exception of Physical Development courses, Student Government, Newspaper, Music Performance, Jazz Choir, Jazz Band, and Yearbook. Students must enroll in the required number of academic courses each semester and the required total number of courses each semester.
Student Government, Newspaper, Music Performance, Jazz Choir, Jazz Band, and Yearbook may not count toward the total number of required courses in a semester.
In a given semester a student may count only one Visual Arts or Performing Arts Department course as one of the required number of academic courses.
All students must be enrolled in a mathematics course during their freshman, sophomore, and junior year. All students must be enrolled in a modern language course freshman and sophomore year. All students must be enrolled in a science course freshman, sophomore, and junior year.
Delhi High allows students to receive credit for educational work that is not part of the schedule of classes for a particular year. Students receive credit for being a teacher assistant (3 units) each semester they work as a teacher assistant. Grades for these activities appear on a student’s report card for each semester a student participates in one of these programs, but these grades are not computed in a student’s total or state mark-point average.
Each teacher specifies in the printed course expectations the course grading policy. This policy includes the proportion of the grade, which will be influenced by class participation. Class participation may include coming to class with materials, promptness to class, preparation for class by homework, attentiveness, attendance, as well as verbal participation.
Students may register to assist teachers and office personnel as teacher assistants. A student may have no more than one teacher assistantship at any time. Teachers with assistants are responsible for grading their T.A.’s. T.A.’s receives a grade of pass or fail.