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Welcome to

Northmont High School

Principal: George Caras
4916 National Road
Clayton, Ohio 45315
937-832-6000
Attendance:  937-832-6068

Over the years, Northmont High School has built a tradition of excellence in all areas.  The academic program has been designed to serve students with a range of abilities, interests, and aspirations.  The student activities program has been recognized for outstanding performances in athletics, drama, music and student publications, as well as for its diversity. 

In the tradition of excellence at Northmont High School, students take their studies seriously, while participating and assuming leadership roles in student activities, preparing themselves for their future roles as independent, resourceful, lifelong learners. 

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 SCHEDULE PICK-UP FOR NORTHMONT HIGH SCHOOL

Northmont High School will be issuing schedules for the 2014-2015 school year on

Tuesday, August 12, Wednesday, August 13, and Thursday, August 14 from
8:30 A.M. - 2:30 P.M. 

Schedules can also be picked up on Wednesday evening from
6:00 P.M. - 7:30 P.M. 

The schedules can be picked up in the main lobby by the principal's office. Enter door #4. Fees can be paid at this time and parking passes obtained. No student can receive a parking pass without first paying his/her fees.

The alphabetical breakdown is as follows:

Tuesday, August 12, 2014              Last names A through G

Wednesday, August 13, 2014         Last names H through M

Thursday, August 14, 2014           Last names N through Z


New Graduation Requirements Beginning with the Class of 2018 - Click here for information


                                 NHS "N" THE NEWS

Summer School is Just Around the Corner

Summer School Booklets and Registration Forms are available in the Main Office of the High School.  Some courses fill up quickly so register early.  Classes with fewer than 15 students enrolled may be canceled.  The summer school program is a concentrated school year; so the attendance policy is strictly adhered too.  Dates are: June 9 - July 18.  Session A courses: June 9 - June 27 and Session B courses: June 30 - July 18.  Cost for one unit of credit is $200 and one half unit of credit is $100 payable in full at time of registration.  One Evening Registration will occur on Wednesday June 4th from 6:00 to 7:30.  Registration Ends June 5th.  Northmont Summer School is only for Registered current Northmont Students.  Students withdrawing from summer programs will be subject to a $10 registration/handling fee as will as subject to the refund policy.

Congratulations to the Academic Challenge team-
STATE CHAMPIONS!


During the 2013-2014 school year, Northmont became the first team in the history of the state to win all three academic state championships. The team defeated Bishop Ready on television to win the ONN Brain Game state championship, steamrolled the field to win their second straight OAC state championship, and came back from an early loss to soundly defeat Dublin Scioto to win the school's 3rd (and 2nd consecutive) NAQT State Championship.

Additionally, the team extended its record-breaking GWOC winning streak to 99 consecutive matches with our 6th consecutive undefeated season; the team also won its 6th consecutive West Central regional championship. The season culminated at the PACE National Scholastic Championship, where there the team defeated several top ten teams in route to finishing 7th in the nation. With over 6,000 schools across the country playing academic challenge, Northmont finished the year in 7th place!! Fantastic job.

Northmont junior Sam Blizzard was named as the captain of Team Ohio for the NASAT All-Star Tournament in June. Blizzard was also named to the national all-American team (this follows his tenure as National Freshman and Sophomore of the Year the past two seasons). Northmont coach David Jones was also named the National Coach of the Year.


 
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 Traffic Patterns for H.S. and M.S.

For the

2013-2014 School Year


Middle School Student Drop Off

Parents dropping off Middle School students will enter on Stadium Drive and proceed south following a slight curve to the right and drop off the students on the East Side of the M.S. building.  The driver will then make two left turns and exit out of stadium drive back onto Rt. 40 where they entered.  No one is allowed in the M.S. front parking lot, which is reserved for Bus's.

High School Student Drop Off

From Rt 40 North – Using the Far North Crestway Entrance, make a left then an immediate Rt. Turn and proceed south on the “One Way Drive” to drop off students at Door 4. (This will be opposite of years past.)

From South Crestway – Using the far south newer gravel road entrance, turn Right and enter the Student Parking Lot Behind the High School.  Loop around the far end of that lot and turn left onto the exit drive by door 5 and 6.  Exit being cautious of the drop off traffic coming south from Door 4.

Student Parking by Permit Only

Parking Permits will be issued on a first come first serve basis with seniors being given priority spaces.  All other students with parking tags will park on a first come first serve basis in the lot behind the middle school and the West Stadium Parking Lot. No cars should be parked in the North Stadium Parking Lot.  All students parking east of the High School will need to walk behind the M.S. then between the Construction Fence and the Middle School building to arrive at the front sidewalk used by students riding buses.  Students will still enter/exit the High School through the Court Yard as in years past.

 

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