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NHS Announces Class of 2018 Valedictorian & Salutatorian
NHS Class of 2018 Valedictorian Salutatorian
 

Norwich High School is proud to announce the Class of 2018 valedictorian and salutatorian.  Senior Wesley Mills has been named the class valedictorian, and senior Ellie O'Neill has earned the title of class salutatorian.  Wesley and Ellie have been exemplary students and leaders involved in numerous clubs, sports, and community events. 

Wesley will be entering the Air Force ROTC program on a highly competitive scholarship. His plans include pursuing a career in aerospace engineering at Georgia Tech and graduating from college as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Air Force.   Ellie will study bio chemistry and plans to be on a pre-med track at the University of Rochester.  

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Bowling Team Earns 3rd Place at NYSPHSAA
The NYSPHSAA Bowling competition was held on March 10-11 on the Oncenter Convention Center in Syracuse. Teams competing in the event were the champions from 9 sections in the state.   For the first time this year, the event expanded to two include 2 enrollment-based divisions - Division 1(large schools) and Division 2 (small schools).  Norwich finished the weekend ranking in third place for Division 2.   
 
Dylan Gladstone had the best individual score of 1030 after 6 games and an average score of 171 points per game.  He finished in 8th place with a high score of 211 in the sixth game.  Also ranking among the top 20 in the state were Scott Manwarren and Nick Deady.  Manwarren placed 16th with an average score of 163.33, and Deady ranked 18th and less than two points his teammate with an average of 161. 67.  Great job to the entire team! 
 
NHS Sophomore Sets Sights on National Archery Title
On March 10, NCSD's archery team competed in the New York National Archery in the Schools Tournament held at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica.   Eleven students from the high school competed as well as 17 middle schoolers.  In the high school competition, sophomore Haley Shattuck, took 2nd place with a score of 285 among the 104 high school girls in the state contest.  Jessie Sutton, a freshman, took 11th place with a score of 269.  In the boys' high school competition, Tanner Franklin had the highest score for NHS with 249 points.  Shattuck (center of photo) will represent NHS and continue to compete at the national level. 
 
Shattuck will be joined by eighth graders, Shayne Webster and Andrew Clarke, who brought home top 5 finishes in the middle school division.  Shayne and Andrew earned 4th and 5th places, respectively, and will continue to compete with Shattuck for a title at the national tournament.  Led by Coaches Terry Hagenbuch and Nicole Beckwith, the three archers will travel to the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky, on May 10-12 for the NASP U.S. Eastern National Tournament. 
 
NHS Sophomore Brings Home State Wrestling Championship
NHS sent five state qualifiers to compete in the wrestling championship matches at Times Union Center in Albany.  All five wrestlers placed in the top six of their respective weight classes including Mikey Squires, Dante Geislinger, Ty RIfanburg, Brennan Slater, and Tyler Rice.  
 
Dante Geislinger, NHS sophomore, entered the tournament as the No. 5 seed in his weight class at 99 pounds.  Dante knocked off No. 1 seed Mason Bush of Central Valley Academy in the semifinals, 6-2, and No. 2 seed Devin Coleman of Camden in the title match, 9-4, earning him the Division II State Championship. 2018 will go into the history books as a terrific season for the team and Coach Bob Hagenbuch!  
 
WBNG visited NHS and interviewed Geislinger after the earning the championship title and was selected as the WBNG Athlete of the Week.  See the interview with Tyler Feldman by clicking on the link that follows:   WBNG Video Interview
 
Norwich High School
Norwich High School has approximately 600 students in grades 9-12 where class size averages between 18-23 students. NHS offers a variety of courses including honors, Advanced Placement, numerous electives and college level courses through SUNY Morrisville, Tompkins Cortland Community College and Project Lead the Way through the Rochester Institute of Technology. These programs enable students to earn college credits while enrolled in high school.  In addition, students may participate in a wide array of vocational courses through our local DCMO BOCES.  Students are encouraged to pursue the pathway that interests them through a rigorous course of study and leads them in the direction of college and career readiness.  
 
In order to foster the potential in every student at Norwich High School, we also offer a strong program in athletics, music, art and extra-curricular clubs.  Through these activities, and our strong academic offerings, students have many opportunities to learn and grow at NHS.  This serves to fulfill our goal of creating a positive, supportive environment where we challenge minds, foster compassion and pursue excellence each and every day. 
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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