North Sanpete High School
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North Sanpete High School
North Sanpete High School
Location
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United States
Coordinates39°32?08?N 111°26?53?W / 39.53556°N 111.44806°W / 39.53556; -111.44806Coordinates: 39°32?08?N 111°26?53?W / 39.53556°N 111.44806°W / 39.53556; -111.44806
Information
TypePublic
MottoInstruct with Merit, Guide with Integrity, and Expect Excellence
Established1912
PrincipalNan Ault
Faculty45
Number of students658 (2014-15)[1]
MascotHawk
ColorsRed and white          
Website

North Sanpete High School is a public high school serving grades 9 through 12, located in Mount Pleasant, Utah, United States. The school is the only high school serving the North Sanpete School District.

The cities in the northern half of Sanpete County attend North Sanpete High. These cities include Mount Pleasant, Moroni, Fairview, Spring City, Fountain Green and other surrounding towns. This requires some students to travel up to 28 miles one way to the school.

The school's mission statement is "Instruct with Merit, Guide with Integrity, and Expect Excellence."

History

North Sanpete High School had its beginning in two separate schools, Moroni High School and North Sanpete High School. Moroni High School was opened in 1912.

Robert H. Hinckley was an early faculty member of NSH, and started Hinckley Automotive in Mt. Pleasant before it was moved to Ogden.[2]

The school offers many extracurricular activities, including a chess club, various sports teams such as track, tennis, football, choir, a multicultural club, a school newspaper (NS Times), and a jazz, marching, and pep band. A high school course was begun in Mt. Pleasant in 1908. The original North Sanpete High School was completed in 1912.

NS Times

The NS Times is a newspaper run by the journalism class of North Sanpete High School. The paper has been running for the last thirty-five years and continues to print one issue every school month. The NS Times and its staff have won many awards at many competitions across the state.

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ "NORTH SANPETE HIGH". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ Longsdorf, Hilda Madsen (1939). Mount Pleasant, 1859-1939. Mt. Pleasant Pioneer Historical Association.
  3. ^ Smith, Carol T.; Forsyth, Carmela T. (1995). Vasco M. Tanner, Renaissance Man. Provo, Utah. OCLC 78614747.
  4. ^ http://fox13now.com/2013/10/08/utahs-new-lt-governor-announced/

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