Welcome to Durant High School
Our mission is to promote a strong academic culture with a focus on building academic skills as students develop their personal educational growth. Our academic setting offers in-depth teacher-student connections and is promoted by differentiated instructional practices. We are committed to inspire, educate and empower our students for their futures.
Waterford Durant High School serves as the third high school in Waterford. Our primary mission is to provide a credit recovery option for students who have fallen behind in credits or who simply prefer a smaller high school setting. The total school enrollment is approximately 175-200 students per term. This is not an adult education program. Students are between the ages of 15-19 and are in at least their second year of high school.
The curriculum offered at Durant is identical to the curriculum offered at both Kettering and Mott High Schools. While some elective course offerings are unique to Durant, the core graduation requirements of both the State of Michigan and the Waterford School District are identical at all three high schools. Durant students who fulfill the Waterford School District graduation requirements earn a Durant High School diploma.
Our school motto: "Some wish for it, we work for it."
District Half DayDate: Oct 29Calendar: District Calendar
Teachers and Students
No School - Professional Development DayDate: Nov 2Calendar: District Calendar
No school for students.
Durant End of Quarter 1Date: Nov 5Location: DurantCalendar: Durant High SchoolDurant End of Quarter 1
Elementary & Stepanski - End of 1st Marking Period - 1/2 day for studentsDate: Nov 5Calendar: District Calendar
Middle School - End of 1st Marking PeriodDate: Nov 5Calendar: District Calendar
Durant Quarter 1 Graduation Assembly 9:30 AM to 10:00 AMDurant Quarter 1 Graduation AssemblyDate: Nov 5Time: 9:30 AM to 10:00 AMLocation: DurantCalendar: Durant High SchoolDurant Quarter 1 Graduation Assembly - Parents are welcome to attend
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