College Planning Guide

The Newton North College Planning Guide is designed to help both students and parents/guardians navigate the nuts and bolts as well as the subtleties of the college process. As with anything in life, the process of applying to college is as much about planning and preparation as it is about patience and persistence.

At Newton North, we understand that students take different paths after they graduate. Based on the fact that the majority of Newton North graduates go on to some form of post-secondary education, the Counseling Department felt that it would be helpful to students and parents/guardians to have a comprehensive written guide pertaining to the college search and application process.

This guide is a supplement to the direct and personal support given by the Newton North guidance counselors and college counselors in the College and Career Center through individual and group meetings, discussions and presentations. 

Below are the various languages the guide is available:

English

Chinese Traditional

Chinese Simplified

Spanish

Korean part 1

Korean part 2

Korean part 3

The 2014-2015 Information Booklet is now available.

It has information about the beginning of schools, letters from the principal and housemasters and much more.

Click here!

 We are happy to announce our One School One Book selection for 2014, with activities tentatively slated for late September/early October: 

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close 

by Jonathan Safran Foer 

One School, One Book

One School, One Book is an exciting all school reading project, now in its fourth year at Newton North.  All faculty, staff, and students are expected to read this book over the summer and participate in our all-school activity in the fall. 

Reader's Guide

Newton North Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close Web Site

Availability

E-books and audio books are also available on multiple platforms, and the book is commonly available from other book stores if needed.

Read more...

 

Here's the final exam schedule.

Final Exams start June 12.

In an effort to better understand germs, Ms.Lichenstein's classes created movies explaining germs.

Students were in teams of 3 and created a storyboard that outlined the details of the movie. 

Here are a few samples:

Julia, Katerina, and Loren

Manny, Felix and Nolan

Hailey, Kristina and Francesca

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