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Northeast High School

9th thru 12th grade

Waymond Ervin, Principal
415 Van Brunt Blvd.
Kansas City, Missouri 64124
Phone: 816-418-3300
7:20 am – 2:20 pm

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Fostering diversity to prepare successful students.

At Viking Nation, we celebrate and foster our diversity every day. We are home to one of the most diverse student populations in Kansas City with more than 50 languages spoken in our hallways.

In partnership with My Brother’s Keeper, Northeast provides freshman students with an in-building or community mentor to help guide them through his/her first year. With their mentors, students will learn and develop important life skills and positive academic habits.

Preparing students for life after high school.

A well-rounded, 21st-century student starts with a combination of focused academics and a variety of complimentary student activities and organizations. Northeast offers traditional high school courses, advanced placement and dual credit courses as well as Early College Academy (ECA) and Manual Career Technical Center programs.

Northeast students ready to get a jump start on their future can attend ECA and earn both an associate’s degree and their high school diploma at the same time. Manual offers eight career and technical programs preparing students to enter a highly-educated workforce or get a jump on post-secondary education.

Preparing students for life after high school is our top priority. We ensure our students achieve their dreams with year-round ACT prep, college advising appointments and much more. Students have opportunities to visit colleges, universities and other post-secondary institutions as well as participate in job shadowing and internships related to their career interests. In addition, Northeast offers a wide variety of clubs and activities to choose from, including dance, National Honor Society, high school sports and newspaper.

Options for new Americans.

At Northeast, the New Americans class was designed to help newcomers adapt to their new school environment, start the process of becoming literate in English and learn enough English and content to be able to move onto the next level of classroom instruction. In addition, new Americans have access to KCPS’ English Language Learners program depending on their level of language proficiency. Students in these classes receive communication arts (reading, writing, language) instruction that follows the district core curriculum and English Language Proficiency Grade Level Expectations.

Activities & programs include:

  • National Honor Society
  • Student Council
  • Early College Academy
  • KC STEM Alliance
  • Manual Career Tech.
  • Mattie Rhodes Center
  • New Americans Class
  • High School Sports
    • Girls Volleyball
    • Cross Country
    • Football
    • Boys Soccer
    • Girls Soccer
    • Boys Basketball
    • Girls Basketball
    • Wrestling
    • Tennis
    • Track
    • Baseball
    • Softball
    • Swim Team
    • Cheerleading
  • Junior ROTC
  • Dance
  • Math Club
  • Debate
  • ACT Prep
  • Anti-Drug Club
  • English Language Learners
  • One-to-one digital devices
  • DECA
  • Newspaper & Yearbook
  • FIRST Robotics Competition
  • Mentoring Programs