Our schools provides accommodation for students in standard hostels. On the average of 6 students per room with detached toilets and bathrooms. Our hostels are located in serene environment.
The school has a well equipped Medical Centre, where both Day and Boarding students as well as members of staff receive regular medical attention on 24 hours basis. Two (2) qualified medical Doctors who run weekly shift, one Matron and 3 staff Nurses who also run shifts are manning the Centre. Charges for drugs and treatment are highly subsidized.
The teaching and learning of science is a lively and interesting affair in the college. The college has separate laboratories for the sciences i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Agric Science and Biology. The desire to translate our motto “Only the Best” into a reality have resulted in our spending huge sums of money in equipping the school’s science laboratories to such a high standard. The laboratories are equipped with different kinds of apparatus, reagents, specimens, charts and many others. Effective and hitch-free practical classes are assured at all times – be it during normal class sessions or during exam periods.
The school maintains a well-established and equipped sports department. This is due to our belief in sports as an integral part of the educational development of the child. The following are some of the sporting facilities available to our students:
a) Standard Soccer Field and kits
b) Basketball Court
c) Volleyball Court
d) Lawn Tennis Court
e) Table Tennis Hall and Accessories
It may not be out of context to mention here that Delta Careers College hosted the 1997 maiden edition of Sports Fiesta of the Association of Private School Owners of Nigeria (APSON), Warri Chapter. This is a pointer to the fact that the school is about the best equipped in sporting facilities in Warri and its environs.
The College has a standard library that serves all the students of the school. The library is well equipped with carefully selected materials that are designed to meet the needs and ages of the various students. Apart from textbooks, different types of Newspapers and Magazines are also in constant supply to the library to educate both staff and students on current issues. The library has, in its collection, about three thousand, five hundred volumes (textbooks) covering all subject areas in the Secondary School Curriculum. It also has above six hundred journals of educational and informative value to both students and teachers.
The school’s Computer Centre at present has over 25 personal computers (PC) with black and white and coloured printers. Its door is thrown open to all registered students to become computer literate in line with the needs of the modern society. Seasoned computer experts and computer operators man the Centre. They impart to the students the knowledge of the use and importance of computers in the modern world. Students are taught computer Appreciation, Programming Languages and lots more, as specified in the various syllabuses. Computer education is compulsory for all students of the school.