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New Town School District No. 1 is a public school district located in New Town, ND. It has 1,024 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 8% of students are at least proficient in math and 21% in reading.
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New Town High School is the perfect place when looking for a culture based atmosphere. Here Native American and Non- Natives co exist learning about the history of Native American history. They have a leadership council which helps to be a youth led group letting fellow students know they are not alone. Homecoming, Winterfest, and Prom are key events to look forward too! Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Wrestling, and Cross Country/ Track are big for the Eagles Fans. For students and faculty there is a daycare with the best providers to care for your children.
I spent my teenage years growing up at New Town High School. I have a lot of fond memories there. Some good, some bad but weren't the worst. I've learned a lot there and wish I was still in high school. This high school helped me learn what it meant to have a diploma. I don't think New Town High school needs a change at all. The teachers did their best to help the students continue to study hard and graduate. Their number one goal is to make sure their students are in class, on time, and graduated. Thanks to New Town High School, I graduated! I miss the teachers that helped me till the end.
I loved my high school. One thing I would change is the ICU system that we used, going into my sophomore year of college now I feel as if this system has not helped me at all. Another thing that I would like to see a change in is more advanced classes. I feel this is crucial in preparing for college courses.