The North Montgomery Education Fund was established by Superintendent Dr. Colleen Moran in April 2018. This endowed fund has been established in order to provide gifts to students, staff, and families of North Montgomery for many future generations. Anyone can make a gift to this fund at any time. Special events such as Teacher Appreciation Week, anniversaries, retirement, holidays, reunions, and graduation are perfect opportunities to make a gift.
All donors will receive True North Distinction, and be listed on our website. All gifts will also be recognized in future materials published by the Montgomery County Community Foundation.
If you have any questions regarding the fund or making a gift, please contact the Montgomery County Community Foundation at 765-362-1267 or the North Montgomery Central Office at 765-359-2112.
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Charger Ovation is a great way to honor the exceptional educators at North Montgomery Community School Corporation. For a minimum gift of $10 per honoree to NMEF, you may send a Charger Ovation to a teacher, instructional assistant, bus driver, coach or administrator as a special way of showing appreciation. A personalized certificate (click for example) will be sent to your honoree.
Your tax deductible contribution helps fund NMEF’s classroom grants, professional development grants, and Bratton Summer Field Trip grants.
If you would like to send a Charger Ovation online, click on DONATE NOW above to complete the online giving form. In the last box, “If yes, to whom do we send notification,” please provide the following additional information:
1. Name of the honoree
2. His/her school
3. Why you are honoring him/her (in your own words)
4. Your child/children(s) name(s) and grade(s)
New Student Registration for 2021-22 School Year
Welcome New Students!
Parents who have access to a desktop computer can begin the registration process at: https://ecollect.accelaschool.com/NMCSC. Please have all documentation, contact and medical information gathered before beginning the process. For a list of documents that will be required for registration, please scroll down to the ** New Student Documentation Checklist section of this page.
If you need assistance or have questions, contact the school your student will be attending. Contact information for each school is listed below.
Transferring StudentsNew Student Documentation Checklist
Families living out of district who are interested in transferring to one of our schools should first contact the school directly for information about the process and any requirements. All transfers are at the discretion of the school administration. To verify if you are out of district, please refer to our school boundary map.
Lester B. Sommer Elementary 765-362-3979
Pleasant Hill Elementary 765-339-4403
Sugar Creek Elementary 765-794-4855
North Montgomery Middle School 765-364-1071
North Montgomery High School 765-362-5140
You will need the following documentation for registering a new student. These may be uploaded during the online registration process or brought in-person to the school (please call in advance). Registration is not complete until all documentation is received. Residency procedures do not apply to homeless students.
Birth CertificateA valid IN driver’s license or state issued ID with current addressOne of the following forms of proof of residency documents:1. A current utility bill, cable, cell or telephone bill, tax return, bank statement, mortgage statement, rental/lease agreement, Section 8 Use Agreement, purchase agreement, home/rental insurance statement, medical bill or other like information that provides a verifiable address. Documentation should be dated within 60 days of student enrollment and the date should be clearly identified and readable on the copy on file for the student. Partial residency documents are only accepted in the most extreme circumstances.Guardianship/Custody documents (If applicable)Current Immunization and Health RecordsPrior School Transcripts/records (If applicable)Special Education documentation (If applicable)
Navigators use true north to locate the position of the North Pole from a particular point. True north also refers to one's internal compass that guides us successfully through life. "It is the orienting point – a fixed point in a spinning world – that helps us stay on track. True north is based on what is most important to us, our most cherished values, our passions and motivations and the sources of satisfaction in our life." (Bill George) We are committed to helping North Montgomery students develop and recognize their own true North.
- North Montgomery has world-class student facilities
- North provides digital curriculum for all students, grades K-12, with mixed devices
- Several NMHS students have been named Indiana Academic All-Stars and National Merit Scholars
- NMHS has earned the distinction of Four-Star School
- North provides multiple dual (HS/college) credit and Advance Placement (AP) options for high school students—273 dual credits were earned during school year 2014-2015
- High ability programming is offered PK-12 through clustering, acceleration, and AP /honors, and dual credit course offerings
- An additional bonus period is provided for students in grades 6-12 three days per week, and two days per week for elementary students, with transportation provided. Bonus times is used for intervention, acceleration, enrichment, and other activities
- Summer Adventure trips are offered to all students. The Indiana Dunes, Bluespring Caverns, Fair Oaks Dairy, Cincinnati Reds games are some of the destinations visited
- After school care is available for students in PK-grade 5
- The Early Learning Academy provides preschool experience for 4-year old students
If you have a non-resident considering North Montgomery, please click here. (add Non-Resident Transfer Policy and Transfer Request Application attached)
Thank you for considering North Montgomery Community School Corporation. Our community and staff are committed to setting high standards and helping all students realize their individual potential. North Montgomery is comprised of one preschool (ages 4-5), three elementary schools (grades K-5), one middle school (grades 6-8) and one high school (9-12), with an overall enrollment of almost 2,000 students. If you are interested in our district, Click Here for more information.