Nestled at the base of beautiful Ben Lomond is North Ogden Junior High. In 2008, NOJH celebrated its 40th year. North Ogden Junior High is a school rich in tradition. Built in 1968, the knight was selected as our mascot, with royal colors of purple and gold. A true knight in shining armor, hand honed in England and donated to the school by William Dodson family, stands at the main door to greet all guests to our school.
North Ogden Junior High, located in North Ogden, Utah is part of the Weber School District and includes grades 7-9. Our current enrollment is approximately 675 students, 34 members of our faculty and 24 staff members.
Our school is known for its excellent students, teachers, and staff. A few of the outstanding courses offered here include: Project Lead the Way, level II foreign languages, biology and physics, beginning guitar and musical theater. NOJH has received the “National Schools of Character Promising Practices” award for the past two years. This reflects our school community’s focus on the Knight Code of Conduct, character education and recognition of exemplary behavior.
North Ogden Junior High students and staff believe in service. We provide service to fellow students, our community, and sometimes the world. In keeping with our spirit of service, 2011 marked the beginning of what we hope to be a tradition with our Earth Day service project. All the students, faculty and staff (approximately 2500 service hours accumulated) worked throughout the community by cleaning parks, schools, and this year several hundred sand bags were filled. Where there is a need, NOJH will be there ready to lend a helping hand.