North Dickinson County
North Dickinson County School, located at W6588 M69 in Felch, Michigan, is the home of the Nordics. The township of Felch was established in the early 1880s due to the success of iron ore mining at the nearby Metropolitan Mine. The township once served as the last railroad station on a branch of the Chicago and North Western Railway coming from Escanaba.
The small farming community has a population of less than 1,000 residents. It’s a small town off the beaten path.
The North Dickinson County School family strives to create a caring community in a rural setting and provides opportunities for students to grow academically, socially and physically. Students are challenged to achieve their full intellectual potential, character, and attitudes to create better lives for themselves and the larger community. The school provides advanced technology and modern resources in the classroom to enrich students’ educational experience.