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Welcome to North Mahaska

Our goal is to provide outstanding education, engage in the community and invite others to join the lasting legacy that is North Mahaska. We aim to offer the very best education, support, and care that your family needs. Find more details on the elementary and secondary school program offerings below.

MISSION STATMENT
North Mahaska Community Schools will prepare students to be positive, productive citizens, with the passion and skills for lifelong learning.

Elementary School

Secondary School

From our Parents & Students

“I love that North Mahaska is a family. There are wonderful, supportive teachers/staff. The NM community embraces and supports one another. The caring teachers at North Mahaska help all students to succeed. I also love the rigorous and engaging curriculum for my children as they begin their educational journeys.”

Jessica Jones

Elementary Parent

“We also knew that the environment we would expose our children to needed to reflect our values and principles. So we talked to a few people and decided that North Mahaska was the place for us. It was a decision that we have been so grateful we made.”

Mark & Janine Moore

Parents

Recent Warhawk News

NM Boys Top HLV Golfers

NM Boys Top HLV Golfers

Except for some wind at times Thursday was a great day for golf after a cold start to the week. North Mahaska and HLV met on the links at Prairie Knolls Country Club on Thursday, April 22. North Mahaska boys topped HLV 175-191 and the HLV girls won with a 220. NM...

McKay, Schilling Lead NM Girls

McKay, Schilling Lead NM Girls

Senior Maddie McKay and junior Addie Schilling each scored 16 points and Natalie LaRue added 14 to help the North Mahaska girls to a third-place finish at the Bear Classic Relays at BGM Friday. Lynnville-Sully won the meet with 14 points and Belle Plaine was second...

NM Girls Sixth at Rocket Relays

NM Girls Sixth at Rocket Relays

North Mahaska competed against five Class 2A and 3A teams at the Rocket Relays in Eddyville April 15 and placed sixth in the seven-team meet. North Polk won the meet with 138 points to beat second place Fairfield with 119. Host Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont scored 62...