Blue & Gold Academic Awards

  • Students can earn an academic letter at the Blue and Gold ceremony held each spring by earning at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA in their 3rd, 5th and 7th semesters. Students are presented a letter for their first recognition and earn a pin for each subsequent year in which they meet the requirements. 

    The Blue & Gold ceremony = will be held on April 14th.  The breakfast starts at 7:30 AM in the "old gym."  The Academic Awards Ceremony begins at 8:45 AM in the auditorium.  Tickets can be purchased for $10.00 for the breakfast.  Due to parking constraints, a shuttle bus will run from Skinner Magnet Center (33rd & Ames) to North both before and after the ceremony.

Homework Help Room

  • The Homework Help Room is open Tuesday - Friday from 3:05 - 5:00 PM in room 264. Students can drop in and ask a quick question or stay a longer period of time for in-depth assistance with a range of academic areas. For additional information, contact the Homework Help Room Coordinator.  
    Tutoring - room 264
    Testing - room 262

     

    TUESDAY

    WEDNESDAY

    THURSDAY

    FRIDAY

    Director

    Anglen

    Anglen

    Anglen

    Anglen

    Testing Room Proctor

    Laski

    Burns

    McNeal

    Finch

    Math

    J. Koch

    Erdkamp

    Wragge

    Wragge

    Math

    Smith 

    E. Johnson

    J. Koch

     

    Science

     

     

     

    Bourdess

    English

    McNeal

    W. Johnson

     

     

    Social Studies

    Witty

    Durante

     

     

    Foreign Language

    Riggins

    Fernandez De Blas

    Finch

     

    General Staff

     

     

     

    Burns

     

Academic Integrity

  • Academic Integrity is a fundamental value of teaching, learning, and behavior. Maintaining high standards of academic integrity ensures the sustainability of the OPS educational process. Therefore, students are expected to commit to and be responsible for demonstrating the five fundamental values, even in the face of adversity:

    1. Honesty
    2. Trust
    3. Fairness
    4. Respect
    5. Responsibility

    The following show a lack of of academic integrity: cheating, collusion, falsifying records, lying, plagiarism (including electronic - see turnitin.com below). alteration of materials, forgery, or providing or using external assistance relating to an examination, test, quiz, or daily assignment, without the expressed permission of the teacher, including looking at another student's work, sharing answers, or copying another student's work or any act designed to give unfair academic advantage to the student.

    turnitin.com

    turnitin.com is a paid service available to North High students. It's primary purpose is the prevention of plagiarism and its use, in some classes, is mandatory.