Dover High School (Delaware)

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Dover High School
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Location
Dover, Delaware
United States
Information
Type Public secondary
School district Capital School District[1]
Principal Dr. Courtney Voshell[2]
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1,450[1]
Campus Semi-urban (small city)
Color(s) Blue and white         [2]
Mascot Senator[2]
Yearbook The Doverian[2]
Athletic Conference Henlopen North Conference[3]
Website

Coordinates: 39°10′35″N 75°32′21″W / 39.176327°N 75.539138°W / 39.176327; -75.539138Dover High School is a high school located in Dover, Delaware.

Administration[edit]

Dover High School's principal is Dr. Courtney Voshell, and the assistant principals are Tiff McCullough, Tina Pinkett, Terri Sharpe, and Kevin Turner.[2][4][5]

School philosophy[edit]

"The community of Dover High School believes that education is a major factor in preparing all students for productive lives. Emphasis is placed on the development of attitudes and skills necessary for adapting to a changing society. To accomplish this most effectively, the school works with the family, the community, and other institutions. The faculty and staff of Dover High School respect the worth and dignity of each individual and realize that students differ in their social backgrounds, preferences, and interests. We recognize that variations exist among student educational experiences, levels of ability, degrees of preparation and learning styles. The high school believes that when students respect and accept diversity in a multicultural setting, it enhances their potential for success in all areas of their lives. Furthermore, Dover High School promotes achievement in using technology appropriate to specific areas of learning. We believe that learning is a process; therefore, we support the idea that the students and the community benefit most when there is encouragement toward a lifelong pursuit of knowledge and personal fulfillment."[6]

Athletics[edit]