Brock Breakfast/Lunch Account Information

Brock, our food service provider, offers our students an electronic way to pay for their breakfast/lunch. By following the steps below, you can create an account on MyKidsSpending (MKS, an Odin company) and load money onto your daughter's school account so she does not have to pay with cash every day.

  1. Parents, go here: -- Typically Firefox or Chrome work best, but any browser should do. (Cookies need to be allowed which IE and Safari often block, so if you are using one of those browsers make sure you allow cookies.)

  2. Click the "Create Account" button.

  3. Enter the information in the fields shown. Once entered, you should click "Register this account" followed by "Complete Registration". You will then receive an email confirming that Odin received your registration information. If you have your student's ID number, the MKS system can automatically complete the registration and will email you your logon and password information immediately. If not-- or if you make a mistake-- it will probably take a few days before the registration can be completed. To be most efficient, you should be sure to fill in all the fields.  When entering your daughters student ID number, please place a 0 (zero) in front of the number.  If your daughter’s ID number is 1111, please enter 01111 into the "student ID" field.

  4. Once you receive an email from Odin confirming the completion of the registration and giving you your logon/pw info, you can go to the original url,, and log in on the upper-right side of the screen. 

Nazareth Academy High School

  • 4001 Grant Avenue
  • Philadelphia, PA 19114
  • T: 215.637.7676
  • F: 215.637.8523

About Naz

"Embracing Faith, Family, and Education"


"Naz's where you belong."  How will you finish the sentence, "Naz because..."?


Our student to faculty ratio of 9:1 allows our teachers to interact with students 1-on-1, providing constant help and support.

Campus Life

Our activities provide a diverse set of opportunities for spiritual, social, physical, and intellectual growth for the students.


Learning about commitment, dedication, hard work, discipline, and teamwork not only helps on the field, but in the classroom as well.

Fine Arts

The Fine Arts at Naz allow students to release their creativity, whether it be through song and dance or a piece of fine art.

Giving to Naz

We are called to give to "Nazareth" - not the building, but to “Nazareth” the home...our home.

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