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Education/Daycare
 
Boyden-Hull Elementary SchoolContact:   
818 Lincoln Street
Boyden, IA 51234
Phone: 712.439.2440


Boyden-Hull students will learn the basics of education and will be provided with beneficial technology and expansive career opportunities. They will be encouraged to participate in community service, develop a sense of patriotism, respect authority, embrace a strong work ethic, and build pride in themselves and Boyden-Hull.

Parental involvement will be encouraged in each student's educational experience to enhance learning, high moral standards, and quality lifestyle.

Boyden-Hull High SchoolContact:   
801 First Street
Hull, IA 51239
Phone: 712.439.2440


Boyden-Hull students will learn the basics of education and will be provided with beneficial technology and expansive career opportunities. They will be encouraged to participate in community service, develop a sense of patriotism, respect authority, embrace a strong work ethic, and build pride in themselves and Boyden-Hull.

Parental involvement will be encouraged in each student's educational experience to enhance learning, high moral standards, and quality lifestyle.

Daycare 


Darnell Clark
802 Pleasant Street
Boyden, Iowa
712-725-2663

Barb Hoekstra
4210 300th St.
Sheldon, Iowa
712-541-1060

Tricia Hoekstra
1008 Colfax St
712-725-2356

Musch Van Dyk
614 Sherman Street
Boyden, Iowa
712-725-2361

Dordt CollegeContact:    
Admissions
498 4th Avenue NE
Sioux Center, IA 51250
Phone: 800.343.6738


Associated with the Christian Reformed Church, Dordt College was founded in 1955 and welcomes all students who are interested in a biblical, Christ-centered education.

Dordt College takes its name from the historic Synod of Dordrecht, held in the Netherlands in 1618-1619. The Canons of Dort, one of the three major confessional statements of Reformed churches, came from that synod. The Canons of Dort were a response to statements made by the followers of Jacob Arminius, and emphasized the sovereignty of God through his electing grace.

Dordt College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools as a four-year bachelor-degree-granting institution. Our accreditation dates from 1971 with the most recent renewal in 2001. In 1994 the college also gained approval from HLC to offer a graduate program leading to the Master of Education degree. Dordt College also has accredited programs in nursing, education, social work, and engineering.

Northwest Iowa Community CollegeContact:    
Dr. Alethea Stubbe
603 West Park St.
Sheldon, IA 51201
Phone: 712.324.5061
Fax: 712.324.4136

Established in 1966, NCC was the pilot project for Iowa’s Community College System. At first the College offered three vocational programs to students representing 20 high schools in Lyon, O’Brien, Osceola and Sioux counties. On February 10, 1971, Merged Area IV was expanded when two community districts in Cherokee County requested that they be included with the area.

The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools granted candidacy for accreditation status in 1976 and accreditation status in 1980, which was expanded in 1988 to include the Associate of Arts and Science programs implemented in the fall of 1988. The College received 10 years of accreditation in 1994 and again in 2004.

Northwestern CollegeContact:    
Gregory E. Christy
101 7th Street SW
Orange City, IA 51041
Phone: 712.707.7000
Fax: 712.707.7164

Northwestern College is situated on a 100-acre campus in Orange City, Iowa, a community of about 6,000 people located in the northwest corner of the state.

History & Heritage
Northwestern is a Christian college in the Reformed tradition. That tradition goes back to the 16th-century Protestant Reformation and to the work of John Calvin. Calvinist churches spread throughout continental Europe and the rest of the English-speaking world, including North America, where their best-known representatives have been the Puritans and the Presbyterians.