After School Academic Support
We are happy to announce that After School Academic Support will begin on Monday Sept 17. The time will be from 3-4:30pm; Mon-Fri. From 3-3:30pm students, attending for the first time, will need to report to the cafeteria with their registration form where they will receive a cold meal and beverage. From 3:30-4:30 students will report to their tutoring classrooms. This is open to all students with d’s and f’s or who need some extra support with Math or Reading. This program is free to all students who attend North High School. Forms are available in the counseling office and the front office. If you have questions please contact assistant principal for instruction Samantha Middagh at 602-764-6539 or email email@example.com
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Students at North have many opportunities to achieve a well-rounded education, including participating in Student Government, MAP (Mustang Achievement Program), Pathway to Success, Achievement Via Individual Determination (AVID), Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA), Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), culinary, visual and performing arts, JROTC, and a full, competitive sports program at the freshman, junior varsity and varsity levels.
North is a safe environment, both on campus and in the surrounding Coronado Historic District community. The campus has a college-like ambiance. North has culturally and socially diverse students and staff; the atmosphere at North goes beyond tolerance to acceptance and appreciation. Students and staff alike contribute to an enjoyable and relaxed atmosphere while maintaining the primary focus of student achievement with a wide array of educational experiences.
Vision: North High School prides itself in being an exemplary learning community in which all members experience academic rigor, accountability, diversity and involvement in order to maximize individual potential.
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