District Office: 89 Midland Drive  |  Norwich, NY 13815 | P: 607.334.1600  |  F: 607.336.8652
Norwich City Schools
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June 2017 Regents Exam Schedule
NHS Announces New Members of National Honor Society
On May 4, NHS inducted new members of the National Honor Society.  Congratulations to all of the members for the hard work that the group puts forth in academics as well as the contributions they make to our school district. 

Student Artists Recognized
Norwich High School recognized an outstanding student artist who received a $1000 scholarship sponsored by Lucy Funke. The scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing a college degree in an arts-related field.

In addition to the scholarship, several students were awarded for outstanding work at the Chenango Area Student Art Exhibition.  Click on the "Read More" link below to view our list of winners.

The Student Exhibition opened March 17, 2017. Student work from Norwich High School and other High Schools around Chenango County and will be on display in the Mariea Brown and Raymond Loft Galleries through April 14, 2017 at the Chenango County Council Arts Building. Come celebrate some of the strongest artwork created in our area and continue to support the Visual Arts in our community.

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
As a Norwich City School District Alumnus, you are in a unique position to help inspire our current students to explore and believe in their futures. Won’t you fill out the form on the back and let our students know a bit about the career path you have taken in life? A digital photo of yourself would be a wonderful addition as well.
Norwich High School
Norwich High School runs on a rotating schedule with four quarters. Classes are 41 minutes in length.  The students' school day starts at 7:35 and ends at 2:11.  During the school year, students are expected to register for and complete a minimum of 6.5 credits and complete the year taking NYS Regents and/or locally created final examinations.
Norwich High School houses grades 9-12 with approximately 600 students. Class sizes average between 18-23 students. The high school offers a variety of courses which include Honors, Advanced Placement and College level through SUNY at Morrisville along with a variety of electives. In addition, a program in conjunction with the Rochester Institute of Technology, titled Project Lead the Way, is available. This program affords students the opportunity to take college level courses in engineering while enrolled in high school. 
NHS Mission Statement
Norwich High School is a caring community of students and adults where learning is student-centered. We will challenge minds, foster compassion, and pursue excellence.
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District Office: 89 Midland Drive  | Norwich, NY 13815
P: 607.334.1600  |  F: 607.336.8652

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