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  • Finals Schedule

    The Finals schedule have been established. Click READ MORE to view the scheduled testing dates.

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  • NAI Parking/Driving Rules

    Students and parents are reminded that students are not permitted to drive and/or park at NAI, which also includes street parking.

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  • North Allegheny Speech and Debate Team Summer Camps

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  • Emperor Science Award

    Congratulations to Laurie Song, a 10th grader at NAI, who was selected as a winner of the Emperor Science Award! This research opportunity is awarded to 10th and 11th graders across the country, to students with a passion for science in the field of cancer research.

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  • NAI Student Excel on National German Exam

    Congratulations go out to the following North Allegheny Intermediate students who distinguished themselves with outstanding performances on the Level 1 National German Exam. Click READ MORE to see results.

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  • NAI team goes to the National Science Bowl

    Congratulations to the NAI Science Bowl Team, who after winning the regional competition, will attend Nationals in Washington, DC!

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  • Science Bowl Team in the Top 16 at Nationals

    We are proud to announce that NAI’s team of Jiangfeng Chu, Christopher Lee, Shria Moturi, and Soureesh Moturi not only won the Regional High School Science Bowl but went on to place in the top 16 in the Nation!

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  • ¡Olé! Students Excel on National Spanish Exam

    Congratulations to the following NAI Spanish students who attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2017 National Spanish Examinations. Click READ MORE to see the results.

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  • NA's JROTC visits Hawaii

    NA’s JROTC had a very successful and educational trip to Hickam Air Force Base and Pearl Harbor Naval Air Station.

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  • NAI Students Excel on National Latin Exam

    This year’s National Latin Exam results have come in and NAI students have distinguished themselves at all levels. 40 students took the exam and all 40 earned an award of some kind! Click READ MORE to see the full results.

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  • Save the Children Advocacy Summit

    GOAL students Nina Ruffolo and Roshie Xing (NAI) along with Hannah Glasser and Maddie Escourt (NASH) were selected to represent Pittsburgh at the Save the Children Advocacy Summit held in Washington D.C.

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  • Euro-Challenge Team Success

    We are happy to announce that this year’s Euro-challenge team continued its winning streak by winning the regional competition. The Euro-challenge is a yearly competition for 9th and 10th grade students.

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  • Lindsey Gross, “Why Art?” Winner

    Congratulations to Lindsey Gross who has won the honor of having her "Why Art?" work adorn the billboards of twelve Port Authority busses throughout Pittsburgh.

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  • JROTC Bataan Memorial March

    Cadets from North Allegheny’s Air Force JROTC participated in the Batann Death March to raise money for the “Hope for Warriors”.

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  • Teams Move to Final Round of NEC

    We are pleased to announce today that 11 members of the first North Allegheny Intermediate’s entrance have been selected to compete in the state final round of the National Economic Challenge.

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  • 2017 SWPA High School Regional Science Bowl Champions

    The NAI Science Bowl team was selected 2017 Regional Champions of the South Western PA High School Science Bowl. The team will represent the this region at the National Science Bowl at Washington, D.C. in the spring.

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  • JROTC Marksmanship Team Success

    North Allegheny’s Air Force JROTC Marksmanship Team attended the National Service Championships at Camp Perry Shooting Complex in Port Clinton, Ohio.

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  • JROTC Presents Flag

    North Allegheny’s Air Force JROTC Honor Guard performed a flag folding ceremony Saturday February 4th at Franklin Fire Department honoring the closure of the current building as they prepare to build a new facility. The Honor Guard folded and presented the flag to the Fire Chief.

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  • Mrs. Istone awarded Pennsylvania’s School Nurse of the Year.

    Charity Istone was awarded the Pennsylvania’s School Nurse of the Year for 2017. She will be recognized at the PASNAP conference at Penn State, March 31-April 2nd.

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  • PMEA District Orchestra

    Congrats to Enoch Hsiao, Ella Li, and William Wang for earning top seats at PMEA District Orchestra this past weekend. All 3 students will advance on to the Region Orchestra Festival to be held in Du Bois, PA in March.

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  • Mock Trial: NAI Teams Compete

    On January 5, 2017 at Duquesne University, 2 teams of lawyers and witnesses from NAI participated in the 9th and 10th grade Mock Trial competition against teams from Shaler, Pine Richland, and Riverview. Click READ MORE!

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  • NAJROTC to Appear in Airman Magazine

    NAJROTC was selected as the model program by the Air Force to appear in the “Airman Magazine” publication.The story is projected to air in January.

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  • Mr. Love Presented the PSAHPERD Teacher of the Year Award

    The 2016 winner for the PSAHPERD High School Physical Education Teacher of the Year is Bill Love who teaches at North Allegheny Intermediate High School. Click READ MORE.

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