Northampton County Schools

Changing the Lives of Children


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  • Pre-K Registration is now open!  Click here to access the application.


    Northampton County Schools will hold our Summer Extended Learning program for students rising K-12, "Camp Get Connected 2021", for a minimum of four weeks in June and July. This program will offer classes for credit and tutoring for students to fill COVID-19 learning loss gaps, recover failed credits, or get ahead in a tough subject. We will offer ELA, Math and Science with connections to enhancement areas like career exploration, the arts, etc.
    High School students will also be offered preparation sessions related to College Admissions, WorkKeys and Career Advisement via personalized College and Post-Secondary Counseling. The proposed locations are Northampton County High School and Conway Middle School. Proposed dates (subject to change) are located on the application.
    Please utilize the link to register your child for the summer camp. We would love to have all registrations complete by May 15 in order to plan for staff assignments. An information session will be scheduled during the month of May.


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  • - Northampton County Schools is offering a $5,000.00 sign-on bonus for all principal applicants with a PROVEN track record of successfully leading schools.
    -Northampton County is now accepting bids for PAINTING, TILE REPLACEMENT, LANDSCAPING and PRESSURE WASHING for the Northampton Career and Technical Academy of Innovation
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About Our District

  • The Mission of Northampton County Schools is to work in partnership with families and communities using a holistic approach to empower students to become responsible and engaged citizens.

    The Vision of Northampton County Schools is to have safe, orderly and effective schools that provide a wholesome learning environment and strong, competitive learners.


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