Delaware & Maryland Schools

Below is a list of schools that provide the children of Delmarva with the tools and resources they will need to ensure success in their future endeavors as an adult in today's world.

Delaware Schools

Indian River School District

The Indian River School District, located in Southeastern Sussex County, is one of the largest school districts in the State of Delaware. Formed in 1969 by the consolidation of several smaller districts, the Indian River School District serves the towns of Selbyville, Frankford, Dagsboro, Gumboro, Fenwick Island, Bethany Beach, Ocean View, Millsboro and Georgetown. Based on enrollment, Indian River is the fifth largest of the state's 19 school districts. Geographically, it is the largest non-technical school district in Delaware, covering more than 360 square miles. Its schools serve more than 8,100 students and included among its more than 1,000 employees are 600 teachers and 100 paraprofessionals. (District Site)

Sussex Technical School District

The Sussex Technical School District is comprised of Sussex Technical High School and the Sussex Tech Adult Division. The high school currently serves over 1,100 students and has been recognized by the United States Department of Education as a "National School of Excellence" and one of "The Original Ten New American High Schools". The nationally recognized Adult Division works with the state to assess the training needs of business, government, and community-based organizations for the purpose of designing, developing, and delivering education and training programs. Over the past decade, the Sussex Tech Adult Division has served over 40,000 adults. (District Site)

Cape Henlopen School District

Cape is a naturally beautiful district bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, the Delaware Bay and Rehoboth Bay, stretching from the Indian River Inlet up through the Town of Milton and covers some of the most scenic and historic landmarks in all of Delaware. The total district enrollment for all schools currently is approximately 4500 students. Cape is supported by a highly involved and diverse community that provides rich cultural and educational experiences for students. From parent and booster organizations, to a wide range of community arts groups, business partners, foundations and community agencies, the Cape community is involved. They support a highly dedicated staff of about 735 employees committed to a mission of seeing every Cape student achieve personal excellence and lifelong learning skills to become a productive and responsible citizen. (District Site)

Private Schools

Maryland Schools

Worcester County School District

The school system provides a wide variety of instructional programs, extracurricular activities, and support services to meet the needs of all students. Comprehensive instructional programs are provided for students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. Special Education services are provided for identified children from birth to age twenty-one. All students participate in art, music, and physical education instruction. Above and beyond the regular classroom are special programs to provide students with intervention, remediation, and enrichment. After the end of the school day, students have the opportunity to participate in sports, after-school elementary, middle, and high school academies, Title 1 community programs, clubs, tutoring, special projects, and arts and crafts programs. By providing a variety of instructional programs and services, the needs of individual students are being met. (District Site)

Private Schools

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