Located on the Noatak River, Noatak is 50 miles north of Kotzebue and 70 miles above the Arctic Circle. Settled by three different Inupiaq groups, the rich resources of the area have made it a site for hunting and fishing camps for over 5,000 years. Home to about 445 people, Noatak has a relatively new school that was built in 2009. The school serves about 177 students, 95% of whom are Alaskan Native. All students participate in a bilingual course.
NORTHWEST ARCTIC BOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
PO Box 51, 776 Third Avenue Kotzebue, AK 99752 | Phone: (907) 442-1800| Fax: (855) 861-6279
OUR MISSION:To provide a learning environment that inspires and challenges students and employees to excel
OUR VISION:To graduate all students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for a successful future