Since 1996, The North Fork School has offered academically rigorous, integrated humanities and mathematics programs to Idaho students, who are dually-enrolled in McCall-Donnelly public schools. Accredited through AdvancED by The Northwest Accreditation Commission, privately-funded North Fork School programs reduce public class sizes without affecting the full allotment of tax dollars that fund local public schools.

In September of 2007, students from across the country, as well as those who traveled abroad, began participating in North Fork classes through Skype and other online technologies. Current North Fork students live in Idaho, California, and Massachusetts, while previous years have seen students join classes from Montana, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. Students have also regularly attended North Fork classes from Sweden, Thailand, and Germany during study abroad and family vacations.

North Fork School Middle School curricula prepares students across the country for academic, college-preparatory boarding schools, as well as for rigorous High School academics. If not attending boarding school, students continue with the North Fork High School curricula to build college-level skills that enable them to succeed in top tier colleges nationwide.


About Our School

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To provide a challenging, integrated, academic college-preparatory curriculum which students may combine with their public, home, private, or online school schedules.

To encourage students' personal responsibility for their own intellectual successes.

To offer individual academic and intellectual milestones which balance the recreational and athletic opportunities in McCall.

To create an atmosphere where students appreciate and cherish the life of the mind.



The North Fork School offers part-time enrollment so that students in McCall, Idaho may remain fully enrolled in their public school programs, and so students in online or home school programs may receive the benefits of a classroom dynamic as well as personal academic coaching that enhances each individual curriculum.

By reducing public school class sizes, yet not diminishing per-student school funding, the North Fork School promotes a symbiotic relationship with local public schools while offering increased academic challenge to students.

Understanding that students find academic motivation and success through individual achievement, The North Fork School challenges students to explore their own intellectual potentials.

An integrated humanities curriculum facilitates students' abilities to connect ideas across subject areas and their unique life experiences.

North Fork School humanities and mathematics programs maintain that learning is a process in which students have the key role.

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2016-2017 Calendar

First Day                          September 6

Thanksgiving                      Nov. 18-27

Winter Break                  Dec. 15-Jan.2

Spring Break           March 24-April 2

Future Parents' meeting      April 25

HS Finals                          May 22-25

Last Day                                 June 1




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2015-2016 class pages:

3rd Year Program
AP Literature