Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Welcome to D'Iberville High

Welcome to D’Iberville High School:

D’Iberville High School serves approximately 1200 students, ninth to twelfth grade, through over 100 dedicated faculty and staff members.


Principal: Cheryle Broadus

Assistant Principal: Marlin Ryland

Assistant Principal: Matthew Elias

Instructional Literacy Coach: Kandy Jamison




All students at D’Iberville High School will meet graduation requirements and be college or career ready.  Our purpose for achieving this vision is to ensure all DHS students are prepared to compete nationally in any area and to develop critical thinking skills, while becoming confident and independent lifelong learners.


Our mission is to provide our students with an equal opportunity to learn by providing highly qualified teachers and a well trained staff who are committed to sustaining an environment, in which culturally diverse students can learn, interact and flourish.  With a rigorous core curriculum, we strive to maintain academic excellence in college and career preparatory education.  Through the collaborative work of our faculty, staff, students, parents, and community, our students are able to succeed in acquiring their desired goals and objectives. 


      • Every student is entitled to a quality education.
      • Every student is entitled to a highly qualified instructor.
      • Students learn in unique ways and should be provided with a variety of instructional means to support their education.
      • Students need to demonstrate their understanding of essential knowledge and skills, and they need to be actively involved in solving problems and producing quality work.
      • A safe and comfortable environment promotes student learning.
      • Students, teachers, administrators, parents and the community share the responsibility for advancing the school's mission.
      • A community's involvement is an imperative factor in a school's success. 
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DHS Sophomore Receives National Recognition

DHS Sophomore Sara Boone Receives National Recognition for Photography Skills Sara Boone, co-editor of the Warrior Annual, has received two awards in the Jostens National Photography Competition. She submitted eight photos in various categories hoping to win a prize in the annual competition. Out of over 5000 submissions from around the country, the Jostens judges chose This Girl is on Fire, a portrait of junior baton twirler Sabrina Sagers twirling a fire baton in the rain, as 5th place in the category Student Life and Traditions, and Falling Warrior, an action shot of sophomore Cailyn Espey diving for a low volleyball, as Honorable Mention in the category Sports-Athletes in Action. In addition to a prize pack of camera accessories from Wolf Cameras, Sara will also have her photos published in the 2015 Jostens Look Book, an annual national publication sponsored by Jostens, featuring the best in photos, covers, spreads, and theme development from all Jostens’ yearbooks. Sara’s material in the 2015 Look Book will be the second time D'Iberville High School has been featured in the national publication. They previously appeared in the 2014 Look Book for a spread created by then-sophomore Christina Roberts. DHS was the first school from the state of Mississippi to be featured in the book. The Warrior Annual is advised by Mandy Evans, who is extremely proud of the hard work and dedication given by her staff members, particularly Sara in this instance.




Day  Time   Room

 Tuesday 3:30 to 4:30  124 

 Thursday 7:15 to 7:40  107


 Day  Time   Room

 Monday  3:30 to 4:30  0238

    Trig & Pre-Cal ONLY

 Monday  3:30 to 4:30  0238 (Report here for room assignment)

Algebra I ONLY

Wednesday 3:30 to 4:30  226

     ALL Math Subjects


 Day  Time   Room

 Tuesday 3:30 to 4:30  141

 Thursday 3:30 to 4:30  141

US History

 Day  Time   Room 

 4th block 1:45 to 3:25  0138

Tuesday & Thursday 7:35 to 8:00 0138


Harrison County School District

(Part A: No Child Left Behind Act of 2001)

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires school districts to publish report cards containing certain information. The required information falls into three general areas: school improvement, teacher qualifications, and test data. A school that fails to make adequate yearly progress in achievement must be identified for school improvement. The report must contain information about the professional qualifications of teachers in core academic subject areas [English, reading, language arts, science, mathematics, foreign languages, arts, civics and government, economics, history and geography]. Highly qualified teachers are those who satisfied the NCLB criteria during the school year. The report must also contain achievement data for specific subgroups, two-year achievement trends and student participation rates.

Please contact the principal of your child's school if you have questions about this report.

Click here to view DHS Report Card