Niles North High School
Niles North High School opened in fall of 1964, and averages a student population of over 2,000 per year.
Niles Township High School District 219 was recognized as the number one arts education program in the nation in 2007 by the Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education and the National School Boards Association.
In 2014, Niles North celebrated 50 years of excellence in education. It wasn't just a one weekend of celebration, but a yearlong occasion - alums participated in the spring musical "Hairspray" (over 30 alumni in cast/crew), they shared their knowledge with students during Ask the Expert career exploration days, and a Distinguished Alumna returned to share her story during the Awards of Distinction. Alumni demonstrated with pride that "Once a Viking, Always a Viking," as they generously gave of their time, and money, to their high school. Thank you to all the alumni who celebrated the 50th anniversary with Niles North.
Each year, Niles North recognizes a past graduate for accomplishment in his/her field and contribution to society. Award for this year will be presented at the Niles North Awards of Distinction Ceremony on May 17, 2018 at 7 p.m.
The selection is made based on the following criteria:
1. Attended at least three years of high school at a District 219 high school (including Niles East)
2. Graduated from Niles North
3. Has achieved an outstanding level or made a significant contribution to his or her field and/or in the community
4. Had a meaningful experience as a student at Niles North High School
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