(641) 637-4187 2163 135th Street, New Sharon, IA 50207

Elementary School

Our Mission

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!”

Robert & Tani Buchanan


“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.”

Melissa Falb

Elementary Parent and Alumni

“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!”

Mark & Janine Moore


Recent Warhawk News

National Theatre for Children Performs at North Mahaska

Last Thursday, North Mahaska was visited by the National Theatre for Children (NTC) and was able to view a performance in financial literacy. This marked the second in 4 years that the NTC has visited NM. The attending grades were fifth through seventh. The two...

NM College Campaign

Ms. Carrico's Digital Communications class created a video about college by interviewing teachers at school.  To view the video, here is the link:  https://youtu.be/QADTiGRW0d0 Teachers also supported their colleges by wearing their alma maters clothes at school in...