Our mission is to provide our students with opportunities designed to meet individual needs and to ensure that every child has experiences that promote growth and excellence in all academic and social development areas. Through mutual respect, our students will grow and learn in a positive atmosphere, where faculty, staff, parents and students together are enthusiastic about the learning process.
At North Schuylkill, we strive to ensure welcoming, inclusive and safe learning environments for all our students and families. Our pledge is to provide all of our students with inspiring and relevant experiences so they may live meaningful, purposeful and impactful lives. We are committed to promoting a nurturing school environment where each child is respected and valued as an individual regardless of skin color, gender identity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability or disability. We support ideals of free speech, freedom, equality, non-discrimination and equal opportunity in the school setting. We stand united against discrimination, injustice and prejudice. We support positive, constructive and peaceful change in society including the areas of protection of human rights, human dignity and respect for all people; and we endorse principles of diversity, fairness, equality and impartiality for all. This is not an open forum. It is our statement to promote greatness in all within our District and what it means to be a Spartan.
November 7, 2022
Our Spartan Fun Run kicked off today, and we are thrilled to help our school! Leading up to our Spartan Fun Run our entire school is raising funds for field trips, carnival and teacher appreciation! Our goal is to raise $20,000! If you would like to, we are inviting YOU to help!
Here’s how you can support North Schuylkill School:
September 30, 2022
To the Parents and Staff of the North Schuylkill District:
Starting Monday, October 3rd and running through the remainder of the 2022-23 school year, breakfast will be provided at no cost to all students at North Schuylkill.
Family income will not come into play in determining who can be offered a free breakfast through this program. However, we will still be required to account for students who are Free, Reduced, and Paid. This will require students to still enter the student ID at the register when picking up the meal.
September 12, 2022
Dear Spartan Community:
On Friday, September 9, 2022, the North Schuylkill School District was notified of an inappropriate comment made in a social media post. The District immediately notified local police departments and at no time was the safety of students or staff compromised.
I would like to take a moment to remind everyone that school safety is the North Schuylkill School District’s #1 goal. The District takes the safety of all students and staff very seriously.
Please know that we take each and every threat directed towards our schools and members of our school communities very seriously. Students who post threatening language on social media are in violation of the School District’s Student Code of Conduct. North Schuylkill works with local law enforcement agencies and actions will be dealt with swiftly and thoroughly. Actions and behaviors regarding any type of threat will not be tolerated.
I ask all parents and guardians to talk to your child(ren) about posting threatening language on social media. Posting threats online will result in very real legal and significant school consequences for students engaging in these behaviors. If you hear or read about any threat of violence in your child's school, please share the information with School Administration.
With Spartan Pride,
Dr. Robert J Ackell
North Schuylkill Jr/Sr High School
Students Grades: 7-12
Registration Form: NSHS Registration Form
North Schuylkill Elementary
Students Grades: K-6
Registration Form: NSE Registration Form
Enrollment forms are available in the links above. For your convenience, the PDF forms are designed with the ability to electronically enter most information.
In addition to the enrollment forms, proof of birth, proof of residency and an immunization record must be provided for each student. Missing items will delay the enrollment of your student.
Please contact the Business Office for an appointment or for any questions regarding registration.
Phone: 570-874-0466 ext. 1105