Useful Links


NNHS School Council  School Councils were mandated as part of the Ed Reform Act of 1993 for each school across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Council offers a way for parents, teachers and community members to work together in an advisory capacity to the Principal.
NNHS Library Learning Commons  The Newton North Library Learning Commons is a dynamic space centered on the learner. We provide resources related to the entire school curriculum in many formats. We teach and collaborate with teachers in all departments. We offer and promote books that students love to read. However, a learning commons is much more. Our Library Learning Commons is a place where groups of students investigate and problem-solve in self-defined directions, limited only by the creativity of their questioning.
NNHS Theatre Ink  Theatre Ink, Newton North High School's Teaching and Working Theatre, is a student-centered community that emphasizes the process of artistic collaboration and instills a disciplined work ethic. By practicing professionalism, collaboration and emphasizing individual development, we bring to the stage high quality theater productions.
NNHS Clubs and Groups  A list of Clubs and Groups at the NNHS.

Newton School Committee  As instruments of the Massachusetts Legislature, local School Committees derive their authority from the Constitution of Massachusetts, from statutes, and from the regulations of the State Board of Education.

The Newton School Committee consists of nine voting members: one person is elected (citywide) from each of Newton's eight wards, and the Mayor serves as an ex-officio member. The School Committee operates in accordance with the MGL Ch. 71 and 41, which delegate its authority. The Education Reform Act of 1993, Ch. 71. S. 37, specifies this authority.

The Newton PTO Council is an umbrella organization composed of all 21 PTOs in the city. Its members are the current and past presidents of each PTO. The Council’s ultimate purpose is to support all Newton parents in the quest for the highest quality of education in the city.


The mission of the Newton Schools Foundation is to enhance and broaden community support for public education and to provide private funding for enhancement, innovation and challenging programs across a student’s K – 12 experiences in the Newton Public Schools.

The Newton Partnership (TNP) consists of more than a dozen agencies working together to ensure that children of all ages are safe and healthy.

Project INTERFACE is an initiative to improve the integration of mental health and wellness services within school systems and their greater community. The primary goal of Project INTERFACE is to enhance, improve, or develop collaborative efforts between school-based mental health and wellness services and community mental health and wellness systems and services.


NCSC is committed to providing quality educational programs and a network of support services to strengthen young children and their families in Newton, Waltham, Wellesley and Greater Boston communities. The agency serves a racially, economically, and culturally diverse population of young children and their parents.

Newton Teen Center

The Newton Teen Center is collaborative effort between the West Suburban YMCA, The Newton Partnership, and the Newton Public Schools and is funded by a Safe Schools/Healthy Students grant [CFDA84.148L] from the US Department of Edication, Health and Human Services, and Justice.


  The mission of the Newton Free Library is to provide in an accessible and equitable manner the widest possible range of library services for the informational, educational, cultural and recreational enrichment of all members of the Newton Community.   Check out the Library's teen resources, including: blog, book lists, homework help guide, eBooks, and summer reading program.


"Teenagers with a range of outside-the-classroom experiences do better in school, in the college admissions process, and in their adult lives. At TeenLife, our mission is to help teens and their parents discover and participate in meaningful experiential learning opportunities Every teen can be successful. Life experience makes all the difference."


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