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Why Choose North View Middle

Inspired by the community we serve, North View Middle School provides an inclusive and responsive environment that empowers and encourages our students for a bright and bold future. North View is home to students in grades 6-8 and is one of four middle schools in Osseo Area Schools.

North View Middle students develop a global perspective through cross-disciplinary study and experience a literacy-rich environment through daily reading classes. Elective courses allow scholars to explore World Languages and music, as well as prepare for a post-secondary education through AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) programming.


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Opportunities to expand learning

Our scholars benefit from many opportunities to enhance their learning, including:

  • Talent Development, Academic Challenge and Gifted Support (TAG) programming
  • AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) elective for all grades, which creates a college-going culture
  • World Language options
  • Band, choir and orchestra classes

Enriching the middle school experience

At North View Middle, scholars can choose from a variety of co-curricular activities, including (but not limited to): 

  • Student Council
  • WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) leaders
  • Mock Trial
  • Model UN
  • Community service projects
  • Math Club
  • Music ensemble groups

Seventh and eighth graders can participate in competitive high school athletics at their assigned school. Intramural (house league) sports are also available.

Supporting the needs of young adolescents

North View's Knight Pride focuses on three pillars to provide a safe and healthy school climate:

  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible and Safe
  • Be Ready

Community partners

Our scholars benefit from the support of many community partners, including:

  • One2One mentors
  • Prairie Care
  • University of Minnesota

In addition, opportunities to participate in service projects with organizations such as Feed My Starving Children and the Mother Bear Project help students connect to their local and global communities.