Nodaway Valley High School
410 NW Second • Greenfield, IA 50849 • 641-743-6141
Nodaway Valley High School students attend classes in a facility with a performance center, two gyms, a large weight room, and a cafeteria/commons area. Through a 1:1 laptop initiative, students have access to resources that engage them in their learning, that prepare them for 21st Century careers, and that provide for collaboration, creativity and critical thinking.
A rigorous four years of English and math are required to earn a diploma at Nodaway Valley. A four-year Spanish program is also available. Students attend classes on an alternating two-day block schedule.
In addition, students may earn credit through Advanced Placement and postsecondary courses. Many students earn both high school and college credit through Southwestern Community College's vocational programs.
The graduation rate at Nodaway Valley is 99 percent, and nearly 80 percent of Nodaway Valley graduates continue their education.
Nodaway Valley is a member of the Pride of Iowa Activities Conference. Multiple extracurricular activities are offered including band, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, danceline, drama, FFA, football, golf, soccer, softball, speech, student council, track & field, vocal music, volleyball, wrestling, archery and yearbook.