Medina Public School is a rural school located 30 miles west of Jamestown and one mile north of Interstate 94. The school district serves 200+ students in grades PK-12 in a self-contained building which includes the elementary, junior high, and high school. Medina Public School is a 1:1 school with every student having access to a school-owned iPad or Chromebook. At Medina, our goal is to ensure students have the essential skills and to be post-secondary, workforce, or military ready when they graduate.
Medina Public School is proud to provide a quality education for the communities of Medina, Cleveland, Woodworth, and the surrounding areas. Medina Public School is proud to provide a safe, positive learning environment for grades PK-12, with the common goal of empowering individuals to succeed in a changing world.
At Medina, we offer a wide variety of curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students to expand their interests in fine arts, technology, and an array of vocational offerings including agriculture and business/office technology. Our distance learning technology lab also provides opportunities for Medina students to access a further expanded curriculum and college level courses through the North Dakota University System institutions and the Dual Credit program. Students also have an opportunity to take North Dakota Center for Distance Education courses.
Medina is an accredited school through the State of North Dakota and stands ready to meet the challenges for educating students in the 21st century.
If you have any questions about our school, please feel free to contact us!
Damon Bosche, Superintendent
Medina Public School
300 School Street SE PO Box 547
Medina, North Dakota 58467
Phone: 701-486-3121 Fax: 701-486-3138