North Oldham High School
Since its inception, North Oldham High School, founded in 2003, has been one of the top scoring high schools in Kentucky on the CATS assessments. North’s 2008 graduation class of 181 students earned a remarkable $4.5 million in college scholarships. NOHS continues to offer a rigorous curriculum for all students with a strong commitment to AP classes in the sciences, math, English, foreign languages, social studies and art. Even with over one-third of our student body taking AP classes, their pass rate on the exams has averaged 68% over the past five years which is considerably higher than the national average. Our success can be attributed to the dedication, experience and professionalism of our teachers and the support and involvement of our parents. Located in Goshen on Highway 1793.
Craig Wallace, Principal
1815 South Highway 1793, Goshen, Kentucky 40026
Our responsibility is to ensure that every action and decision is intentional and based on clear objectives that promote achievement. By giving our students the strongest educational foundation possible, we feel that we will prepare our graduates for a productive future. Therefore we stand behind the Oldham County Schools vision for students with a strong promotion of these five learning outcomes: media and technology skills, critical thinking and problem solving, communication skills, creativity and innovation, and leadership. We are eager to assist you in any way; please don’t hesitate to contact us. Go Mustangs!
Educational Enhancement Opportunities
Students wishing to pursue an Educational Enhancement Opportunity may make a request to the principal and approval may be given if the experience is of significant educational value. This opportunity may include, but not be limited to, participation in an educational foreign exchange program or an intensive instructional, experimental or performance program in one (1) of the core curriculum subjects of English, science, mathematics, social studies, foreign language and the arts. The EEO request form must be submitted to the principal a minimum of five (5) days prior to the date of the requested activity.