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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OGT TESTING AT NHS
MARCH 10 - 14
Reminder Regarding Northmont High Schools
(OGT) Ohio Graduation Test.
Due to OGT testing, Northmont High School will be on an adjusted schedule 3/10 - 3/14. All students who began the school year as Sophomores will be taking the test each morning. Any Junior or Senior who still needs to pass a portion of the test will be notified as to the day or days they are testing. Students who are testing will report to the school at the regular time; however, those not testing will not need to report until 10:30 AM. Regular classes begin at 10:39 AM. Buses will run at the Normal Time. Students using the morning bus service who are not testing will be placed in study halls where regular study hall rules will be enforced. Once Students arrive on campus they will not be allowed to walk away from the High School. Those who are not testing are encouraged to find their own transportation to school during OGT week. Parents and Guardians are encouraged to speak with their child about taking the tests seriously and help to insure their students get plenty of rest and arrive for testing on time. Flash Card students are required to be in attendance each day, even if it is only for 1 -2 periods. PSEO and Flash card students may have classes that will meet after the individual student's normal dismissal time. Those Students should try to make arrangements to attend these classes if your schedule permits. If you cannot attend a class, show your teacher your flash card and make arrangements to make up any missed assignments.
NHS "N" THE NEWS
Congratulations to the Academic Challenge team. The team of
Sam Blizzard, Erin Laing, Kara Combs and Helena Jenkins defeated
Trotwood, Sidney and Piqua to run their league record winning streak to
96 games in a row. The team also clinched the GWOC title for the 6th
year in a row with their win over rival Sidney. Great job team! Northmont has also qualified 3 teams to the National History Bowl National
Championship in Washington DC. The team of Sam Blizzard and Erin Laing
won the varsity bowl, while the team of Helena Jenkins, Meghan Jenkins,
Brendon Jenkins and Robbie Spilker finished 2nd in the JV division and
the team of Maggie Laing, Aubri Pritchett, Rachel Tracy and Kara Combs
finished 3rd. All three teams qualify to go to DC. In the individual
competition, Sam Blizzard won the varsity competition, while Helena
Jenkins edged teammate Robbie Spilker in the finals to win the JV
competition. Great job everyone!!
Congratulations to the Northmont High School Mock Trial Team's Green
and White that competed in District Competition. Team
Green Plaintiff won their first round taking all three judges ballots.
Naimeh Saleh won the Best Attorney and Angela Koukoulas won the Best
Witness awards. Team Green Defense lost their round but Katie Howard
came away with the Best Witness award. Team White Plaintiff won their first round with Dj Lieberman
winning Best Attorney award and Kayla Auxier winning the Best Witness
award. Team White Defense lost their round. A good showing, however students will not advance to Regionals.
The Constitution team of Sam Blizzard, Eve Conrad, Erin Brown, DaJa Lee,
Sam Albright, Rachel Hill, Krispin Decamp, Randall Bierman, Evan Duffy,
Evan Wells, Enzo Libertini, and Toni Bernardi competed at the We The
People State Competition at the Ohio State House in
Columbus. The bolts brought home a 4th place win
The Northmont DECA Chapter competed at the District 4 Spring
Conference. It was another great showing with 51 students competing, 47 trophy winners and 35 state qualifiers.
Ashley Gunn - 1st Place Quick Serve Series Event
Kyle Kessler - 1st Place Sports and Entertainment Series Event
Ryan Smith and JT Mackay - 1st Place Fashion Merchandising Promotional Plan
Clarie Kleptz - 1st Place Entrepreneurship Innovative Plan
Haley Sanders and Kaley Moore - 1st Place Advertising Campaign
Jordyn Fishback - 1st Place Sports and Entertainment Promotional Plan
Jensen O'Shea and Alex Heisey - 1st Place Travel and Tourism Team Event
Abeje Bagamba - 1st Place Human Resources Series Event
Chris Beecroft - 1st Place Food Marketing Series Event
Mia Disalvo - 1st place Restaurant and Food Series Event
Jacob Stose - 1st Place Business Services Series Event
Shelby Myers - 1st Place Principals of Hospitality and Tourism
Sean'ae Banks - 2nd place Apparel and Accessories
Johna Eller - 2nd Place Quick Serve Series Event
Maria Koukoulas - 2nd Place Hotel and Lodging Series Event
Isaiah Williams - 2nd Place Sports and Entertainment Series Event
Kiara and Kyler Turner - 2nd Place Fashion Merchandising Promotional Plan
Courtney Childers - 2nd Place Entrepreneurship Participating
Caitlyn Cuesta - 2nd Place Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling
Braydon Focht - 2nd Place Automotive Services Series Event
Logan Kerlin - 2nd Place Food Marketing Series Event
Brock Szelestey - 2nd Place Marketing Management Series Event
Aislynn Brant - 2nd Place Principals of Hospitality and Tourism
Allison Ward - 2nd Place Principals of Marketing
Anna Eckhardt - 2nd Place Principals of Finance
Cydney Whitesell - 3rd Place Apparel and Accessories
Calee Elworth - 3rd Place Retail Merchandising
Jordan McFann - 3rd Place Quick Serve Series Event
Alexus McCoy - 3rd Place Automotive Services Series Event
Rachel Garlitz - 3rd Place Restaurant and Food Series Event
Daniel Vuong - 3rd Place Business Services Series Event
Sierra Sanders and Kirsten Pullins - 3rd Place Sports and Entertainment Team Event
Jayla Corley - 3rd Place Principals of Business Management and Administration
Stephanie Max - 3rd Place Principals of Marketing
Alex Despain and Hailey Weaver - 3rd Place Hospitality Services Team
Ashton Rentz - 4th Place Retail Merchandising
Alyssa Grell - 4th Place Hotel and Lodging Event
Kyle Craddick - 4th Place Sports and Entertainment Promotional Plan
Sami Scarfo - 4th Place Automotive Series Event
Sophie Lutes - 5th Place Professional Selling
Sarah Fryman - 5th Place Marketing Management Series Event
Traffic Patterns for H.S. and M.S.
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.