• North High School
    Principal: Jay Chelf
    626 West 53rd Street
    Davenport, IA 52806
    Phone: (563) 388-9880
    Fax: (563) 388-9456
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    Wildcats Selected to Junior Honors Orchestra

    Freshmen Kelsey Harrell, Haley Nicholson, and Emma Saskowski were among 120 students selected to the Iowa Junior Honors Orchestra Festival, based on their auditions.  They will perform at Iowa State University in Ames on November 21st.

    Congratulations on all of your hard work!

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    Opus Choir

    Six Wildcats Selected to Opus Choir

    Six freshman from North were selected to the Iowa OPUS Honor Choir this year.  These performers were selected based on auditions, and will perform at Iowa State University in Ames on November 20th.

    Congratulations to Darius Green, Katelyn Miller, Will Snowball, Kaitlyn Sparbel, Zion Tatum, and Tony Wriedt on this incredible accomplishment.

    Click here for more information on the OPUS Read more


    North High Senior, Audrianna Knox, places 2nd in art contest

    North High School Senior, Audrianna Knox, was awarded 2nd place in art at this past weekend’s “It’s our Community” art contest.  This event was put together by QC United and was in celebration with Pete the Purple Bull’s Awesome CommUNITY Party on October 12, hosted at the Bettendorf Waterfront Convention.  The whole day was filled with activities, arts and music.   Read more


    Students Help Out at Food Bank During Hunger Drive

    Student Council members worked at the River Bend Food Bank’s Mobile Food Pantry. This past Saturday October 11th, they helped hand out food to people in the community in need at Lourdes Church in Bettendorf.

    In the group picture from the left are…Katie Savely, Isabella Rosario, Nik LaMaack, Halie Dodd and Tiani Blanks.

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    North Recognizes Mental Illness Awareness at Volleball

    The Wildcats recognized Mental Illness Awareness Week with a “Green Out” at the Volleyball game vs. Pleasant Valley on October 7th.  Some important facts to remember about mental illness:

    Approximately 20 percent of youth ages 13 to 18 experience severe mental disorders in a given year.

    One in four adults – approximately 61.5 million Americans – experience mental illness in Read more


    Wildcats Chosen as Soloists at Metrofest

    Over 150 North High Students participated in the 26th Annual Metrofest Concert at Bettendorf High School on Monday, October 6th.  The NHS Choir students combined to sing with approximately 1000 other students from Davenport Central, Davenport West, Bettendorf, North Scott, Pleasant Valley and Assumption.  The concert was attended by over 1000 parents and friends supporting their students Read more


    North Repeats as Zimmerman Spirit Award Champion!

    For the 2nd year in a row, North High School has been awarded the Zimmerman Spirit Award from Zimmerman Honda and WQAD.  Because of this win, North will receive a $2,500 award for its athletic department.

    Thanks to everyone who voted in the month of September. Read more


    Dancing with the Wildcats

    Come check out the Dancing with the Wildcats November 23.  It will take place in the North High School Auditorium starting at 4:00.  More information will be coming soon. Read more

    Bell Schedule

    Bell Schedule Changes for Term 2

    Please be aware that the bell schedule at North at the beginning of Term 2. Starting on October 16, the schedule will be as follows:

    Block 1:              8:10-9:35
    Block 2:              9:40-11:05
    Smart Block:       11:10-11:35
    Block 3:              11:40-1:30
    Block 4:              1:35-3:00 Read more

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    Homecoming Parade and Bonfire

    This year, North High began a new tradition of a Homecoming Parade and Bonfire.  The parade began at Wood Intermediate School, with North High School’s first principal, Dr. Paul Johnson as Grand Marshall, and proceeded through some of our neighborhoods, ending at the high school.  Participants in the parade included the Wood and North Marching Bands, the Wildcat Youth Sports Read more