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Delaware Community Schools prohibits the use of all tobacco products on corporation owned  grounds.

Live animals are prohibited on school grounds.  Service animals are always welcomed.

Delaware Community Schools
Educational Foundation

3400 E. SR 28
Muncie, IN 47303

Phone: (765) 288-5597
Fax: (765) 288-8498
Principal: Mr. Christopher Conley
Delaware Community
Colors: Blue & Gold
School Day: 8:40 to 3:30 p.m.
Lunch: $
Enrollment: 870
Grading Scale: 12-Point

Periods per day: 7
Grading Periods:  Four 9-weeks
Student Days: 180

2014-2015 Student Handbook
20Daily Class Schedule
Adult Fitness Program
Eaton History
DeSoto History

E-Mail Directory
Eagle Mail
Honor Roll
Prom Gallery



Yearbooks on Sale

The 2015 Deltonian yearbooks are on sale now and can be purchased at the secure Herff-Jones website.  The Delta order number is 40285.

Books can be purchased online with a credit card.  The price is $45 per book, the same price as in recent years.  An option of personalized name-stamping on the cover is available for a $5 fee.

Books will be sold at school in the commons during lunch from Tuesday, Nov. 11 through Friday, Nov. 14.  Cash or checks are accepted for the full price of $45 or for a downpayment of $15, which will reserve a book.  Additional payments would be billed in February and April.

We have sold out of our 500 books in each of the past three years.  Order now to guarantee a copy of the 2015 Deltonian!

Student editors are Kiera Helm, Gracie Hollars, Lindsey Reagon, Mason Stone, Peyton Baker and Reagan Allen. Questions can be directed to sponsor Tim Cleland at tcleland@delcomschools.org

State Finals!

Delta’s storybook boys’ tennis season came to an end Saturday morning with a loss to the back-to-back state champion North Central Panthers in the IHSAA State Final Four.

Second-ranked North Central won 5-0, although 9th-ranked Delta pushed hard at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles.  Junior Joe Wegener lost 5-7, 5-7 at No. 1 singles, and seniors Jay Robillard/Nick Wilson fell 6-7 (7), 3-6 at No. 1 doubles.

North Central went on to beat top-ranked Carmel 3-2 in the championship match Saturday night.

North Central, a school of 3,500 students, now has 19 state championships in boys’ tennis.  Carmel, with more than 4,500 students, has 8 state titles in boys’ tennis.

In the last three seasons, Delta has been eliminated by North Central in the semi-state in 2012, by Carmel at the state quarterfinals in 2013, and by North Central in the state semifinals in 2014.

Delta entered the season in a rebuilding mode after losing five of its top seven players.  But first-year varsity singles players Joe Wegener, freshman Jason Wegener, and sophomore Alec Robillard grew up quickly to help the team win 25 matches, second-highest total in school history.

Joe finished 16-13 at No. 1 singles, Jason was 20-7 at No. 2 singles, and Alec finished 27-2 at No. 3 singles.  Alec’s victory total set a school record for varsity victories for a sophomore.

Jay Robillard and Nick Wilson anchored the strong Delta doubles lineup.  They won 28 straight matches (all in straight sets) before falling in Saturday’s match to North Central’s Patrick McAuley and Alex Bertolini, 7-6 (9-7), 6-3.  McAuley was the state doubles champion in 2013.  Saturday’s match featured outstanding fast-action points with Robillard and Wilson building a big first-set lead before the North Central duo battled back to win in a heartbreaker for the Eagles.

Juniors Matt Hapner (23-3) and Jacob Brewer (19-3) dropped a 6-1, 6-2 decision at No. 2 doubles.  Those two boys and fellow junior Nick Bantz (11-0) helped the Eagles go 26-3 at No. 2 doubles this fall.

In addition to Jay Robillard and Wilson, senior Gregg Walker will graduate.  The other 24 players return, giving the Eagles a strong nucleus for the 2015 season.

2014-2015 School Calendar

On Monday, October 20, a new security measure will go into effect at Delta High School.  The main door (#1) and the gym door (#5) will be locked during the school day.  Students and patrons arriving after 8:40 a.m. will need to push the call button located at each door.  After being properly identified, an office staff member can unlock the door. As always, students arriving late or any visitor should report immediately to the school office.


Play It Forward

Delta Proposed Baseball & Softball

Delaware Community Schools is asking our alumni and community to “Play it Forward.” As a district, we are taking on a $2.9 million project that will include a new look and improved safety for many of our athletic facilities.

If you are interested in reading more about the project and how to become involved, please follow this link to the DelCom Foundation Website.

Here is a link to July 31 article from the Muncie Star Press regarding the current stadium project.


UDHS Courses
Save Students
Nearly $500,000

An article by Michelle Kinsey in the May 16, 2014, edition of The (Muncie) Star Press detailed some amazing statistics about Delta's early college program (University of Delta High School).

Full article (pdf file)

This school year, Delta students will earn 1,232 college credits from Ball State University and 1,934 credits from Ivy Tech.

Seventy percent (140 of 201) of the graduating seniors at Delta have at least three hours of college credit. Fifty-eight percent (109 of 188) of the juniors have at least three hours of college credit.

Students graduating this year will leave Delta after saving more than $480,000 in college tuition.

The University of Delta High School is the clear leader in East Central Indiana with its early college program.

The University of Delta High School saves students (and parents) money and time!

[Click here to see how.]


Safety Tip Line

Delaware Community School is reopening the Safety Tip Line.  The new tip line is being provided by Com Net.  If you would like to report school safety concerns, please contact Delta High School at 288-5597 and ask for an administrator or you can call the tip line after school hours to report your general school safety concerns.  In case of an immediate emergency, patrons would always call 911.  The phone number for the Safety Tip Line is 747-1632.

Teachers Offer Tutoring

Tutoring is available in all subjects after school from 3:35 to 4:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the library.  Teachers are volunteering to staff the tutoring.











Delta Library

University of
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College General Studies Requirements

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PowerSchool Access



DHS Newsletter

for dual
Ivy Tech

Students taking dual-credit classes from Ivy Tech are asked to complete this Accuplacer (pdf file).

Physical Exam

Forms for the IHSAA Physical Exam for athletes and other school forms for athletes can be printed out by visiting our athletic website at www.deltaeaglesathletics.com

Look in the Forms link on the home page of the sports website.