John W. North High School

at 1550 3rd St, Riverside, 92507 United States

The school was named after John Wesley North, the founder of Riverside and the Riverside Unified School District.

John W. North High School
1550 3rd St
Riverside , CA 92507
United States
Contact Phone
P: (951) 788-7311


J.W. North is home to approximately 2,400 students. The school mascot is the "Husky" and the school colors are blue and gold. The school offers the prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, IB Middle Years Program, Advanced Placement course, Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), Education & Human Services Academy, Global Business & Information Technology Academy, and Law Enforcement & Protective Services Academy.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 07:30- 16:00
  • Tuesdays: 07:30- 16:00
  • Wednesdays: 07:30- 16:00
  • Thursdays: 07:30- 16:00
  • Fridays: 07:30- 16:00

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Classes begin on Monday, August 24. Students, you will find your name on the locator list and go to the room indicated, this is your first period and you will get your schedule in 1st period. Check out the John W. North High School Webpage at to find out where to look for your grade level locator list.

Published on 2015-08-24 01:04:34 GMT

Session 2 of summer school starts on Wednesday, July 1st. Students need to be in their seat by 7:55 am. If you are not present, you will be dropped!!! If you are not assigned a class and need to be in Summer School, report to the gym.

Published on 2015-07-01 06:19:06 GMT

Over the weekend, RUSD sent 53 students up to William Jessup University in Rocklin, California to compete in the National History Day-California State Finals where these students displayed their historical analysis of the following competition theme, Leadership and Legacy in History. Having already advanced through rigorous competition at both the District and County levels, our students faced off against the best-of-the best in California. Having made it to the NHD California State Finals is an accomplishment in itself and each of these hard-working students will be recognized for their efforts at the upcoming RUSD Recognition of Student Excellence Event on Monday, May 18th at Poly High School in the Arthur Littleworth Theatre. The following RUSD students were designated as Honorable Mentions in their respective division-categories: • Alyssa Cline, Jose Gonzalez and Shally Li (North High School) –Senior Group Exhibit for “Rachel Carson” The following RUSD students were designated Finalists in their respective division-categories: • Paulina Blanco, Sarahi Granados, and Marissa Gomez (North High School) –Senior Group Exhibit for “Susan B. Anthony” • Zherui Xuan (North High School) –Senior Individual Website for “King Leopold II: Leading the Congo into a Legacy of Pain”