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North Hills Middle School

In the Fall of 2023, North Hills Middle School proudly unveils its brand-new campus. This cutting-edge facility boasts adaptable classroom furniture, versatile common areas, upgraded music and art studios, and advanced technology integrated into every learning space.

Student Senate

Students cross 6-8th grades make up the student senate which takes an active role in promoting a positive and inclusive school environment. They focus on addressing issues like anti-bullying and fostering a sense of community within the school.

International Baccalaureate

North Hills is a fully-authorized Middle Years Programme school of the world-recognized IBO providing a comprehensive interdisciplinary curriculum framework. The curriculum is designed around eight subject groups: language and literature, language acquisition, individuals and societies, design, mathematics, arts, science, and physical education and health.

Renovated Classrooms and Learning Spaces

In order to foster deep learning, care for children's well-being, and meet the needs of all students, classrooms are designed with a focus on active learning, future-proof design, and synergy with research-based teaching practices.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

This year’s North Hills Spelling Bee was one for the ages. After an intense first round, we ended with our champion, Darsh Patel, and runner-up, Manreet Chadha. Unfortunately, both bee winners have a prior commitment on the day of the regional bee and cannot represent North Hills at the regional bee. After another intense round (the first time in institutional memory we have run two rounds), we arrived with our winner, Lael Larrious-Lartey, and runner-up, Mihir Shah. Lael’s winning word was “malcontent” and he will represent North Hills at the regional bee on March 2 at Oakland University. Go Lael!

Read More about North Hills Spelling Bee Champion - Darsh Patel and Congrats, Lael Larrious-Lartey

Our annual National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) information meetings for 8th-grade students took place in the cafeteria during the first semester.  At this point, you should have received an email summarizing the NJHS requirements and deadlines, do not hesitate to contact your student’s assigned counselor if you have additional questions. In addition, the students’ eligible were contacted via email on Friday, February 16, 2024. Please see Mr. Southward’s email titled: North Hills Middle School notification: Student(s) "ON TRACK" for National Junior Honor Society!!! 

Read More about National Junior Honor Society - Updated Information for Current 8th Graders

Students who are principled act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them.  Students who are principled have a sense of fairness and are honest with themselves and with others. They understand that sometimes there are rules and they follow them. They have an understanding of moral reasoning.

Read More about IB Learner Profile for February: Principled

Dear North Hills School Community:

What a week!  On Tuesday night, our 7th and 8th Grade Band and Orchestra students participated in a clinic and concert.  I was so proud of both groups - what tremendous sound and teamwork!  Thank you to the band (Alan Posner) and orchestra (Sean Brennan) clinicians for working with our students and of course a special thank you to Mrs. Lucas (NH band director) and Mr. Karpinsky (NH orchestra director) for all they do to support our students.  Wednesday was Group Picture Day!  I would like to personally thank all of our volunteers and staff for helping to organize our group pictures. 

Mr. Rubel

“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.”
–Nelson Mandela

Read More about Principal's Message 2-17-2024

The PTO would like to host a series of bake sales at the upcoming choir, band, and orchestra concerts. We are looking for volunteers to bake some delicious, individually wrapped, nut-free goods to be purchased in the form of a donation to benefit our Black Hawk Fund. We are also looking for volunteers to sell items in the cafeteria before and after the concerts on February 13 and March 19.  See the website for our sign-up genius.

Read More about NHMS PTO Bake Sale Fundraiser Volunteers Needed for Upcoming Music Concerts

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