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All About DPHS North Campus



The mission of Deer Park High School, North Campus, is to ensure that ALL STUDENTS learn at high levels to achieve academic, social, and emotional growth to succeed in high school and beyond.





Building a community of life-long learners through collaboration, positivity, and accountability.






Deer Park High School North Campus is the ninth grade center for Deer Park Independent School District. School hours are 8:40 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every day. Morning flex classes are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Students attend a seven-period day with approximately 50 minute classes along with a 30 minute Deer Time each day.


The feeder schools for North Campus are Fairmont Junior High, Deepwater Junior High, Bonnette Junior High, and Deer Park Junior High. North Campus houses approximately 1,000 freshmen students each year.


North Campus was created in the fall of 1974 at the original site of Deer Park High School due to the opening of a brand new Deer Park High School South Campus. North Campus started as a ninth and tenth grade school and changed to just a ninth grade center in the fall of 1992. For more information please call us at 832-668-7300.