Delran High School Broadcast

July 19, 2017

Message from Mr. Finkle

I can't believe that it has been a month since the end of school. I hope that everyone has enjoyed the weather and time with family and friends. I just wanted to touch base with the community on a couple of items that you should be aware of!

1) Athletics: Friday, July 21st is the last day to complete the ATS Portal in order to guarantee that your child will be eligible for the first day of practice. All physical information must also be turned in to either Sue Jordan in the main office or Anthony Guidotti in the athletic office. Football begins on Monday, August 7th. All other Fall sports begin on Monday, August 14th. If you have any questions, please email or call Sue Jordan at x3003 or Anthony Guidotti at x3014.


Please remember Delran Reads! If you have any questions about our summer reading program, please email Eileen Baker, Supervisor of Language Arts!

Summer Reading Info

Follow this link for important research on summer reading programs and how you can support your child and his/her education: 10 Critical Facts about Summer Reading Losses from the "Summer Slide" .

Math Summer Assignments can be found HERE.

All other Summer Assignments can be found HERE.

3) Requests for changes to a student schedule must be made by July 31. The availability of the counselors is posted on our webpage. Requests for schedule changes can be handled by any counselor. If you wish to meet with your specific counselor, it is suggested that you make an appointment through Mrs. Newman, x3008.

4) The Parent Portal for the 2017-2018 School Year will be open to all parents on Friday, August 18th.

5) Parents of incoming Juniors, please familiarize yourself with the Community Service requirement for all Juniors. The link above will give you both an overview and the specifics of the program. All Juniors must complete 15 hours of community sercive. Summer is a perfect opportunity to get started, or complete your requirement.

6) If your child has any outstanding fines(obligations) or has not comleted his/her community service requirement from last year (SENIORS), they will be ineligible to participate in co-curricular activities, including athletics. They will be permitted to practice; however, they will not be issued any equipment from the school. Please contact Mrs. Jordan in the main office to clear up any obligations. Please contact Mr. Stolarick to speak with him concerning community service hours.

7) For incoming Freshman and New Students to Delran High School in grades 10-12, our Orientation program will be held on August 30, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. in the Performing Arts Center. The program for students will be from 10:00 -12:00 and the parent portion of the Orientation will be from 11:00 -12:00. More information will be forthcoming and we look forward to seeing everyone then!

Yearbook 2018

The Delran High School Yearbook; Spirit, is excited to announce our new publishing partnership with Josten’s. Information regarding ordering the 2018 edition will be mailed out in mid-August. Don’t miss out on our early bird pricing!

AP Results

WOW! Great news from College Board!

Our AP scores are at a FIVE-YEAR HIGH with 72.7% of our students scoring better than a 3!

College Board has also given special recognition to 19 of our AP students as follows:

8 AP Scholars (average score of 3.65/took 3 or more exams)

4 AP Scholars with Honor (average score of 3.84/took 4 or more exams)

7 AP Scholars with Distinction (average score of 4.0/took 5 or more exams)

Congratulations to these outstanding DHS students and their teachers!

Guidance Counselors Corner

NAVIANCE - What is it?

  • All students in grades 10th -12th have an account.
  • Naviance is a web based tool that allows your student to explore their values, personality, strengths and correlate them to career clusters. Directing them to colleges with suggest majors so that they can build a list of colleges to explore.
  • Seniors and Juniors can see upcoming college visitations and request to attend directly in Naviance.
  • All students should be building their personal activity resume.
  • Ask your child to share with you what they are doing in Naviance! It is important for you to be a part of this process!!!

College Planning...What should we be doing?

  • Is your senior child ready to send out college applications this fall? Click here to review what to do this summer to prepare for college admissions.
  • Does your child still need to take an SAT? For the first time ever, the college board has an August administration on August 26th. Go to to register. Regular deadline is July 28th, Late registration is August 15th. Scores will be available by September 15th, perfect timing for early submission of applications.
  • Students at all grade levels are encouraged to begin exploring colleges. Build colleges of interest in Naviance and plan campus visitations.
  • The guidance department will host their 3rd annual College Planning Information Night. We invite parents of college bound students to attend on October 12th, at 6:30pm.