About NCUHS

Achievement through Perseverance


NCUHS Philosophy

North Country Union High School is responsible for serving the students of different cultural backgrounds from geographically large district. In light of the varied student backgrounds, the faculty and the curriculum will endeavor to stimulate the intellectual, social, physical personal potentials of each student. The development of a positive self-image and firm educational background will be achieved through broad exposure to various experiences of life with the direction and cooperation of a concerned faculty and supportive community.


The student is encouraged to develop a positive attitude toward him or herself and all students. In addition, the student is encouraged to assume the responsibility for his or her own success or failure. The student will also recognize the primary importance of maintaining respect for property and for the rights of others.


Ultimately, the faculty and administration will strive to improve the quality of life at the school and in the communities served by North Country Union High School.


Policy Against Discrimination

The North Country Union High School District No. 22 (the "District") provides equal education and equal employment opportunities to its students and employees. No student or employee is denied access to, excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination under any of the District's education programs or activities as a result of or based on race, color, creed, national origin, age, sex, or by reason of disability.


The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policy (Personal Policy#18): Robert Davis, Dean of Students, North Country Union High School, Veterans Avenue, Newport, VT. 05855 - (802)334-7921, ext. 3052