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North Scott High School

Our school hours:  7:45 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.    Office hours:  7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
   Absences:  563-285-3212
   Athletics:  563-285-3207
   Office:  563-285-9631
   Nurse:  563-285-3217    Nurse Fax:  866-846-5636
   Counselor's office:  563-285-3209

200 S. First Street, Eldridge, IA 52748-1904 | (563) 285-9631 | Fax 866-966-6636

Welcome to North Scott High School! From its focus on academic excellence to the wide range of athletic, club and other extracurricular opportunities, North Scott High School seeks to support our students - and serve our community - day in and day out.

DUE TO THE INCLEMENT WEATHER DAYS - High School graduation will still be held on Sunday, May 26.  The last day of school for all students pre-k through 11th grade will be June 7th.  The last day of school for preschool students will be June 5th.  Friday, February 22nd and Friday, March 29th will now be full days. (These two days were previously scheduled to be early outs.)

2019 SUMMER SPORTS CAMP BROCHURE

          CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SPORTS CAMPS

2019 PROM INFORMATION
Prom is at the Stern Center in Rock Island on Saturday, May 4th, from 8-11pm.
Address is 1713 3rd Ave, Rock Island, IL 61201.
Parking is in the parking garage across the street.
Tickets go on sale the week of April 29th and are $10.
Students must have all fines paid and detentions served.
The theme is Gatsby.
There will be NO COAT CHECK - all students are responsible for their own belongings and are encouraged to leave anything they don't need in their car.

WE NEED YOUR HELP IN THE CLASSROOMS!  We are in need of substitute Aides.  Paid:  $10.25 per hour.  No experience or degree necessary!  Click here to apply today!

2019 North Scott Girls Basketball Camps Eldridge Parks Summer Programming 2019

Shane Knoche Video 9th Grade Orientation (15 minutes)

  • Methods of communication
  • Choosing courses wisely

Jason Schroeder, Activities Director Video 9th Grade Orientation (10 minutes)

  • Must have completed
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Coaches contacts
  • Practice times and schedules
  • Guidance and Scholarship rule

Complete 9th Grade Orientation Presentation

  • Methods of Communication
  • Choosing courses wisely
  • Graduation Requirements
  • Freshman Transition Guide
  • Changing the Narrative (apprenticeships and College and Career Ready)
  • The Registration Process
  • Course Sequences
  • Activities
  • Driver's Ed info

Preparing students with 21st Century (Soft Skills)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1X1W3Zp0--9OXSKEEvHw0uNv6dH3voBzV/view

Description of Lancer way and rewards

NORTH SCOTT HIGH SCHOOL VISION STATEMENT

Congratulations to our FFA Students for winning many awards at the 2019 FFA State Leadership Conference. Great job!

STUDENT PARTICIPATION PHYSICAL FORM

NS ANTI-BULLYING/HARASSMENT REPORTING FORM

See Suspicious Activity? Report it HERE!

Graduation News for Seniors

Semester Testing Schedule

9th Grade Orientation Video

DONATIONS!!

About Us
About Us
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News
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Academics
Academics
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Athletics
Athletics
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Activities/Clubs
Activities/Clubs
We have a wide variety of clubs and extra curricular activities for each student to choose from.
Fine Arts
Fine Arts
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Parents & Students
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Staff Directory
Staff Directory
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Staff Resources
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News
February 10, 2016
Make Someone Happy
Some of the North Scott High School students participated in a service project that included dancing and socializing with the folks living at Grand Haven.  To read the full feature, click here.