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Sibley-Ocheyedan High School

Education is a top priority in the Sibley-Ocheyedan School District. Students find a high quality and progressive environment in which to learn. Local student ACT scores average higher that the state and national averages. The Sibley-Ocheyedan school district boasts four schools, which have all been renovated and updated.

Multi-media centers in each building, computer laboratory and computers in each classroom from elementary through high-school all provide the newest learning tools.

Awards for Sibley-Ocheyedan High School's Academic Decathlon team, band, vocal, speech, as well as an outstanding fine-arts show, concerts and athletic events involve the students as well as the rest of the community. The FFA chapter is the second largest in the state and has developed its own state of the art computer-learning center.

For the youngest students, Sibley offers the Little General's Pre-School, a two or three day program. In conjunction with the Pre-School is the Bright Beginnings Day Care, which offers childcare programs starting with infants. Groundbreaking on the new facility has begun, and will be attached to the elementary school in Sibley.

The High School in Sibley is a hub for Iowa's Communication Network (ICN). The ICN network connects all 99 counties in Iowa through state institutions, universities, and community colleges.


  • Northwest Iowa Community College
    603 West Park Street
    (800) 352-4907


      Gretchen Bartelson-(712) 324-0010
      Dr. Alethea Stubbe-(712) 324-0010
  • Sibley-Ocheyedan Schools
    120 11th Ave. NE
    (712) 754-3636-Elementary
    (712) 754-2542-Middle School
    (712) 754-3601-High School
    (712) 754-2533-Superintendent


      Cory Jennes-(712) 754-2542
      Brent Town-(712) 754-3601
      Bill Boer-(712) 754-2533

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