Northmont High School
Principal: George Caras
4916 National Road
Clayton, Ohio 45315
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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NHS "N" THE NEWS
Congratulations to the Academic Challenge team. The team traveled to Little Miami High School in Cincinnati, where
they won their 7th tournament of the season by posting a perfect 7-0
record. Playing without three varsity players including the team
captain, the team of Meghan Jenkins, Helena Jenkins, Hao Tran and Kara
Combs defeated an 18 team field, including a win over Walnut Hills in
the finals. Great job team!!
The Academic Challenge team previously traveled to Ohio State to play in the ACF Fall Great Lakes Regional Championship. This was a college
tournament featuring 21 college teams and one high school team (Northmont). Northmont posted a 9-1 preliminary record on the day,
defeating teams such as Ohio State, Northwestern, Michigan, Michigan
State, University of Kentucky, and four other schools. This qualified
Northmont for the final four of the tournament, where we defeated Ohio
State but lost to the University of Chicago to finish 3rd in the event. Given that we had already committed to play in an
event at Tipp City that day, we sent a 3 person team to compete against
these universities, most of whom consisted of 4 college students.
Northmont captain Sam Blizzard was the 4th highest scorer in the entire
tournament, while Erin Laing and Tori Amos both played well to support
To show how much depth our team has developed this
year, our "B" team of Helena Jenkins (10), Meghan Jenkins (10), Hao Tran
(12) and Kara Combs (9) posted a 6-2 record at the Tippecanoe HS
tournament (5th place in the varsity division) and our "C" team of Aubri
Pritchett (10), Lauren Papp (9), Whitney Lai (8th grader) and Ryan
Laing (8th grader) finished in 4th place in the Tipp City JV
Ben Mangen - 5th Place Sales Demonstration
Cheyenne Woodson - 5th Place Sales Demonstration
Aislynn Brant - 5th Place Sales Demonstration
Kyle Craddick - 1st Place Sales Demonstration
Sami Scarfo - 4th Place Math Test
Kyle Kessler - 1st Place Math Test
Stephanie Max - 5th Place Math Test
Braydon Focht - 4th Place Math Test
Anna Eckhardt - 3rd Place Math Test
Sophie Lutes - 1st Place Math Test
Alex Despain - 4th Place Job Interview
Ashton Rentz - 4th Place Job Interview
JT Mackay - 2nd Place Job Interview
Evan Wells - 3rd Place Public Speaking
Taylor Johnson - 1st Place Public Speaking
Ashley Gunn - 1st Place Public Speaking
The following students brought home a trophy:
Kirsten Pullins - 4th Place Public Relations The
Northmont DECA chapter competed at the District 4 Fall Districts; returning with
21 trophy winners. The closest chapter to NHS had 13.
Jordyn Fishback - 3 Place Public Relations
Caitlin Cuesta - 2nd Place Public Relations
Alex Heisey - 1st Place Public Relations
Maria Koukoulas - 1st Place Parliamentary Procedure
Here are the students who qualified for the Ohio DECA Fall Leadership Conference:
Class of 2014
NORTHMONT HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK
Senior Picture Information
PICTURES FROM EASTERLING:
If you are having your picture taken at Easterling Studios, you must call them at 222-8410 to make an appointment by December 1, 2013. Easterling will submit pictures to the yearbook for you. Being photographed at Easterling is the only way to have a picture included on the composite.
PICTURES FROM ALL OTHER PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Senior pictures from any other photographer must be submitted by January 10, 2014. Pictures should be a head-and-shoulders portrait on a neutral background with a minimum size of 250 KB.
Pictures should be emailed to Yearbook at:
You can also send a CD to Room 100 (Yearbook), Room 200 (Mrs. Brannon’s room), or Mrs. Brannon’s mailbox in the Principal’s Office
No hard copies please!
Please email Mrs. Brannon at
email@example.com if you have
The 2013 yearbooks are Here!!!!!!!
There are a few 2013 yearbooks that still need to be picked up. Please see Mrs. Brannon in Room 200 immediately!
New Traffic Patterns for H.S. and M.S.
Including a Change in Bus Loading/Unloading
And Student Drop Off Pattern
2013-2014 School Year
Due to Construction, a new
larger front parking lot, as well as a change in Bus Loading/Unloading
location; a new pattern for school traffic will occur for both the H.S. and
Staff, Visitor and Bus Parking
The parking lot in front of
the High School will be utilized for Staff, Visitors, and Busses Only. The parking lot in front of the Middle
School will be for Bus Traffic Only during the school day.
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 Busses.
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
No students are allowed to
park in the front Staff /Visitors/Parking Lot. Parking Permits will be issued on a first come first serve
basis with seniors being given priority spaces. Seniors with the correct tag numbers will be allowed to
enter from Crestway Drive Gravel Entrance and park behind the High School
Building. No one is allowed to
park in the Fire Access area behind Door 7,8 and 9. Nor is parking allowed behind the small gym Door 6
that will become the site of future mobile classrooms. Juniors with the correct tag numbers
will be allowed to enter from Rt. 40, using the East Stadium Drive entrance to
proceed south staying left of the M.S. drop off lane and turning Rt. into the
far back parking lot behind the M.S.
All other students with parking tags will park on a first come first
serve basis in the Stadium Parking Lots. 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.