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Indiana Performance Qualified School
Congratulations! The Indiana Department of Education and the Office of School Accountability & Accreditation would like to congratulate North Daviess Jr./Sr. High School's 2016-17 A-F school performance! North Daviess Jr-Sr High School was rated as an "A" and has received the status of a Performance Qualified School for the 2018-19 school year.
Mission Statement
Corporation

The mission of the North Daviess Community Schools is to provide an education that meets the needs of our students and serves as the foundation upon which to build in some post-secondary education, or serves as a foundation for life-long learning in a pluralistic society, and to provide an environment which is conducive to 21st Century Learning.

Technology

The technology mission of North Daviess Community Schools is to obtain technological capabilities, to facilitate a well-trained and conscientious staff, and to capture a forward vision that will nurture and encourage every student, as he/she becomes computer literate. Students’ education will be supported, and enhanced by supervised technology with daily access to computers and basic software, creating a working knowledge base that is assimilated into their daily lives.
2018 NDHS Senior Graduates of Oakland City University
2018 NDHS Senior Graduates of Oakland City University
On Saturday, May 5, 2018, forty two graduating seniors from North Daviess High School participated in the 2018 commencement ceremony at Oakland City University (OCU). These students all received their Associate of Arts degree in University Studies from OCU. As part of the Early College Program, these students completed at least 60 hours of college coursework while in high school in order to earn the Associate’s degree upon high school graduation. These graduates have earned 2,639 college credits while attending North Daviess High School. The North Daviess Class of 2018 is the seventh class at North Daviess to be able to accomplish this achievement. This group represents 58% of their class.

North Daviess High School students and staff have accepted the challenge of increasing the number of adults in our community to obtain an associate’s or bachelor’s degree. The most recent numbers report only 20% of adults age 25 and up in Daviess county have an associate’s degree and less than 10% have a bachelor’s degree. North Daviess partnered with Oakland City University to address this in Daviess County and to provide an opportunity for our students to get a jump start on post-secondary education utilizing the concepts and pedagogy being implemented in our 21st Century High School. The cost saving of an estimated $700,000.00 to our community has been astounding.

The students receiving their North Daviess High School Diploma and Associates Degree for OCU:

Hunter Beuhler (Cum Laude), Tyler Brinegar, Allison Byrer (Cum Laude), Kylie Carpenter, Madison Cornelius, Larryn Fitzgerald, Logan Gingerich (Summa Cum Laude), Breanna Graber, Britton Helms (Cum Laude), Kristen Heshelman, Ethan Jerrels, Elise Jerrels (Summa Cum Laude), Kacey Jones (Cum Laude), Macie Kane (Summa Cum Laude), Myranda Knepp (Cum Laude), Andrea Lengacher (Summa Cum Laude), Wynston Lengacher, Sarah Lyons, Alec Morris, Devon Mullen (Cum Laude), Mackenzie Mullins (Magna Cum Laude), Brittany Mullis (Magna Cum Laude), Scott B Noble, Holli Norris, Megan Nowling, Morgan Osman (Summa Cum Laude), Craig Parsons, Ashley Quakenbush, Anthony Raber (Magna Cum Laude), Rose Rink, Savannah Roark, Bryton Robinson, Joshua Shafer, David Shands, Trey Smith, Layne Turpin, Makenzi Wagler, William Webster (Magna Cum Laude), Ashtin Wilson (Summa Cum Laude), Addison Wittmer (Summa Cum Laude), Jayna Wittmer (Summa Cum Laude), Sarah Yoder (Summa Cum Laude)