Columbus North
International School
Quick Facts
Governance: Columbus North International School is one of twenty public high schools in the Columbus City Schools district led by Superintendent Dr. Dan Good and the Columbus Board of Education. As such, International is funded through public dollars according to student enrollment.

Enrollment: Students at Columbus International are granted admission through the Columbus City Schools lottery system, with places guaranteed to students graduating from International’s feeder schools: École Kenwood, Columbus Spanish Immersion Academy, and Fifth Avenue International School (now Hubbard Mastery School). The lottery system is purely random, and all students submitting applications by the application deadline will have an equal chance for admission. See “Enrollment” tab for more information.
 
Who We Are (by numbers):
  • 750 Students (7th – 12th Grades)
  • Representing over 65 different middle schools from all parts of Central Ohio, as well as over 45 different countries of origin, and over 20 home languages.
  • 68% African American; 18% Latino/a; 11% White.
  • 85% Free / Reduced Lunch.
  • 22% English Language Learners; 12% Students with Special Needs.
  • 36 full-time certified teachers
  • Staff representing four different continents, 11 different countries, and 10 different languages.
Location: 100 Arcadia Ave, Columbus, OH 43202. Located in the historic North High School in Clintonville, International has convenient proximity to some of the most diverse and internationally connected neighborhoods in Central Ohio, as well as some of the most culturally and intellectually rich centers of Columbus.

Partners: The Ohio State University, Columbus Council on World Affairs, McGraw Hill Publishing Company, Asia Society: International Studies Schools Network
 
Fax Number: 614-365-4089
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