Here at North Mahaska we believe that quality education is key to personal development and begins at birth. Beyond educational development we strive to encourage personal growth and instill quality social skills. By using a variety of learning techniques you can be assured that your child is receiving a well-rounded and individualized education. Our teaching staff has a passion for the curriculum and child development which shines through in the care and excitement they bring to their classroom. Our mission is to help all children reach their maximum potential and set them up for a successful future.
From Our Parents
“Students are expected to do their best, and held to a higher standard at North Mahaska… We are very happy with North Mahaska school and very happy to be a part of it!”
“As a North Mahaska graduate, my husband and I picked North Mahaska for their strong program of core academics and enrichment of their students. We also love how the community supports North Mahaska and one another.”
“From amazing teachers in both the Elementary and High School, to wonderful staff and administration, it’s as if we have a whole other family helping to raise our kids. What a wonderful feeling for working parents, knowing your children are in a great place. We are proud to be Warhawks!”
Recent Warhawk News
The following Health and Safety guidelines are subject to change based on guidance from IDPH, Mahaska County Public Health, DE and CDC. Updated: 7/1/20 General Beginning July 1, school districts and accredited nonpublic schools may begin offering all school...
Dear Parent / Guardian: We hope this letter finds you and your family healthy and finding the positive in each day. While we can’t control the global pandemic, we can control how we choose to respond. It is our hope you are using this gift of time to enjoy one...
Dear Parents and Community Members: North Mahaska Schools Closed Through April 13 As a school district, we have been closely monitoring the news and best practices regarding the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). At the direction of Governor Kim Reynolds,...