In sixth grade, scholars have the opportunity to explore core and elective classes that stretch their minds; take learning to a whole new level with interdisciplinary teams; and contribute to an active and strong school community.
Seventh grade brings opportunities for scholars to engage in deeper learning, hone strategic and critical thinking skills, and participate in both required and choice elective courses.
In eighth grade, students thrive on academic, social and leadership opportunities that prepare them for the transition to high school. Core classes delve deeper into key concepts and an expanded offering of elective courses helps students find their path.
American Indian Education
American Indian Education empowers American Indian students and their families and enhances their potential through culture-based educational programming.
Learn more about testing, grading and report cards in Osseo Area Schools.
Our Digital Learning Plan promotes personalized learning, allowing students to receive instruction that is delivered at the appropriate pace, is tailored to their learning styles, and motivates them based on their individual interests.
North View Middle scholars benefit from the resources located in our Media Center and support from mission-driven media staff.
View the Osseo Area Schools Middle School Registration Guide to learn about academic opportunities for students at North View Middle.
Talent Development, Academic Challenge & Gifted Support (TAG)
This programming is designed to meet the needs of all students, including those who have demonstrated high performance or show the potential for high performance relative to others of their age, experience or environment.
Title I is a federally funded program that provides instruction for students who need some extra academic help. Its goals are to help these students succeed in the regular classroom and improve achievement in reading and math skills.