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District Office: 89 Midland Drive  |  Norwich, NY 13815 | P: 607.334.1600  |  F: 607.336.8652
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Important Yearbook Deadlines for Seniors
Don't miss your chance to submit your senior photo, baby photo, or collages for the 2019 yearbook.  The deadline is quickly approaching!  Due to the school closing on Friday, November 16, submissions will be accepted until the Monday following Thanksgiving Break on November 26, 2018.
 
 Yearbook deadlines for seniors
 
Homecoming Week 2018
NHS students joined together to form a sea of purple in the gymnasium!  School spirit was in overdrive as students and staff proudly wore the "I Am Norwich" t-shirts designed by high school art teacher, Brenna McCormack.  After a loud and proud pep rally, the varsity football team came away with the victory against Johnson City with a score of 40-6! 
 
 
 
 
Purple Pride Picnic
NHS Students kick off new school at Purple Pride PicnicNHS kicked off the new school year during the Purple Pride Picnic!  All of the students spent the afternoon outdoors and had a chance to mingle with the incoming freshman.  Activities were organized for students to meet new friends and create new memories while having fun on the blow-up twister board, basketball court and boxing ring. Students enjoyed the music and great weather as well as cotton candy and snow cones! 
 
Oh, the Places You’ll Go! image 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 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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Norwich City School District
District Office: 89 Midland Drive  | Norwich, NY 13815
P: 607.334.1600  |  F: 607.336.8652

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