Mission, Vision, and Values

Mission, Vision, and Values

Mission Statement

NorthWood High School prepares students for the greater community in a safe environment which promotes high expectations through innovative learning.

 

Vision Statement

NorthWood High School aspires to be an exemplary school in all areas. We aim to develop leaders who commit to improve the school, facilitate participation in the decision-making process, and foster positive relationships between community, parents, staff, and students.  Further, our school strives to develop students who maximize their full potential through a commitment to academic achievement, character development, and critical thinking. NorthWood High school ensures and maintains a diverse, evolving selection of required and elective courses that foster intellectual options while utilizing ever-evolving curriculum maps and common assessments to produce lifelong learners and productive citizens. As an exemplary school, we recognize that parents, guardians, and the community play an active role in the education of our children through support of both academic and cocurricular organizations. We strive to recruit, grow, and retain a staff that works collaboratively and respectfully with all stakeholders to promote high expectations for themselves and their students, to recognize the values of the community, and to foster community service. NorthWood High School aspires to cultivate a safe, positive, collaborative environment in which all students, faculty, and community members feel valued and respected.

 Core Values

Integrity, Innovative Learning, Flexibility, Community Oriented, Compassionate, & Encouraging

 

School Improvement Goals

Goal #1: All students at NorthWood High School will improve reading comprehension.

Goal #2: 92% of all students will graduate.

Goal #3: Curriculum, instruction, and assessment are monitored and adjusted systematically in response to data from multiple assessments of student learning and an examination of professional practices.

Goal #4: Faculty and staff are trained to evaluate, interpret, and use data to analyze student performance and monitor student progress towards graduation incorporating technology systems to manage student information. 

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