John Dickinson High School

John Dickinson High School

John Dickinson High School is a comprehensive four-year high school located on a 67-acre campus near Wilmington, Delaware in New Castle County. Built in the Pike Creek Valley in 1959, the school takes its name from John Dickinson, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, a colonial American patriot, and a key writer during the American Revolutionary period. One of seven high schools in the Red Clay Consolidated School District, JDHS currently has an enrollment of about 780 students and a staff of about 65. ... more on Wikipedia

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