Home of the Lancers
Whether it’s preparing students for college or the workforce, North Scott High School is 100 percent focused on getting them ready for the next chapter of their lives. We want our students to thrive in the future. Our job is to provide the education and experience required to become capable and successful citizens.
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Small-town feel, with big advantages
Our district encompasses small towns, suburban neighborhoods and rural farms—all within a few miles of museums, shopping, theatres, entertainment, and more. There's something for everyone in North Scott!
Each North Scott classroom features the latest in educational technology; including interactive whiteboards and devices for each student. Teachers pair high-quality instruction with programs and technological resources that promote engagement and enhance the learning environment. Students are equipped with knowledge and skills to prepare them for an evolving 21st-century workplace.
Students and families can access a wide variety of key services, including:
- Early learning opportunities
- Reading and math specialists
- Dedicated counselors and nurses
- Special education services
- Postsecondary enrollment
- Allergy aware (Safe Snack List)
- Social-emotional lessons (SEL)
We treat students as individuals. Our teachers and staff get to know each student to understand they learn best. Teams of educators meet weekly to ensure they meet their students' needs, discussing their strengths and opportunities for improvement. This allows them to establish effective plans to keep students on the right track.
North Scott's teachers and staff work together to maintain a robust, yet caring, educational environment across all our schools. We combine rigor with addressing students' social-emotional health, allowing them to achieve success in and out of the classroom. We prepare young people to become positive and productive members of the community.
We encourage students to explore their interests, talents, and passions through a variety of extracurricular and co-curricular programs. We find that these opportunities promote social and emotional development, leadership, and cooperation—all critical skills in today's global economy.