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  • North High School
    Principal: Jay Chelf
    626 West 53rd Street
    Davenport, IA 52806
    Phone: (563) 723-5500
    Fax:  (563) 388-9456
  • News, Events, and Announcements

    Quote of the Week

     

    “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”

    –Malcolm X Read more

    Boys’ Soccer Meeting

    There will be a mandatory Boys’ Soccer meeting on Tuesday, February 21st in Coach Lyons room immediately after school.  Make sure to stop by and sign-up. Read more

    Scholarship Opportunities

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Many new scholarships have been posted on the NHS website.  Follow the link for more information.

    Scholarship Page

    The 2017 Rotary Club of Davenport High School application is now available at the following link:

    Rotary Club Scholarship

    Contact the Guidance Office for more information on these or any other scholarships. Read more

    Bowlers Perform Well at Districts

    The Boys’ and Girls’ Bowling teams both competed at districts on 2/14.  The Boys were crowned District Champions and will compete at the state meet.  CJ Bakoylis was the individual district champion with a two-game series of 463.  Other members of the state qualifying team are CJ Fisher, Austin Budde, Ty McCumsey, Nate McMullen, and Brant Carter.

    The Girls’ finished Read more

    Student Art at North Park Mall

    The North High Art Department would like to congratulate the students that currently have work hanging at North Park Mall.  The art on display is between  Rue 21 & ExpressMen.  This is inside the mall half-way between JC Penny and Von Maur.  North has 8 panels full of work that will be on display until Tuesday, February 21. Read more

    Science Bowl Takes 5th in State

    The North High Science Bowl competed this weekend in Ames, and finished in 5th place out 40 competing teams in Iowa.  This year’s team was made up of Jacob Wells, Anthony DeSalvo, Brady Connell, Brik Ridenhour, and Jacob Hansen.  Congratulations on a great showing, and for representing North High School so well. Read more

    Organ Donor Awareness Night at North

    Tuesday night’s games vs. Bettendorf have been designated as Organ Donor Awareness night.  The theme for the game will be “Green Out”.  Green is the color used to promote Organ Donation.  The Iowa Donors Network will be on hand at the game with information on how to register as a donor.

    The National Honor Society will be hosting a bake Read more

    Show Choir Fundraiser a Success

    A huge Wildcat thank you to all of the parents and volunteers who helped make our Show Choir Spectacular Spaghetti Dinner and Kickoff Performances a huge success!!! We had over 330 patrons at our dinner in the Wildcat Den and almost 500 patrons at the performance. A huge thank you to our amazing coordinator, Mrs. DeFauw, for organizing this fundraiser!!! Read more

    North High School Dance Marathon

    North is hosting a Dance Marathon January 20th after the basketball game. This event raises money for the Iowa Children’s Hospital. There is a $10 minimum donation. The event starts at 8:30 and ends at 11 pm. Click here to sign up. Read more

    Newspaper Elective

    Looking for an alternative class for your second block? Need additional Elective or English credits?  Then look into joining the Newspaper Elective next semester.  Newspaper meets every other day during second block for the entire semester.  It is a great way to get some credits and get to know your school.  If you have any questions, talk to your counselor or Mrs. Grimesey before Read more

    Appointments for Schedules

    Attention: Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors ~ It is time to meet with your counselor to select courses for next school year. Stop in the guidance office and make an appointment today. Read more