Norwich High School

updated alert - January 9th, 2021

The two hour delay schedule for Norwich High School for Monday, January 10th, will run as follows: All BOCES Special Program students and out-of-district placements will receive transportation as normal. All BOCES CTE students may attend BOCES if they can provide their own transportation. All other NHS students will take the NWEA assessment remotely. Students should log into their Math virtual classroom at 10:30 a.m. to begin their assessment, and follow all instructions provided by their teacher, and posted in their virtual classroom. All students currently enrolled in an NHS English class will take their English assessment at 1:00 PM. Students should reach out to their teacher directly with any questions. Caregivers, you can find out more information about the NWEA at https://www.nwea.org/the-map-suite/common-questions-families/ or https://cdn.nwea.org/docs/Family+Guide+to+MAP+Growth.pdf Please encourage your student to try their best on this assessment as it will be used to plan interventions and extensions in instruction. The NWEA assessment is entirely virtual. The only thing students need for their assessments are their Chromebooks (or other computer) with internet access and a quiet work environment. Any questions? Please call the HS office at 607-334-1600 ext. 1439.

High School
Main Office

89 Midland Drive
Norwich, NY 13411
607-334-1600
Fax: 607.334.6680

High School Principal
Scott Graham

Contact the Principal

CARE Coordinator
Kristin Fox

Student Success Coordinator
Lorri Race

DASA Contact
Kelly Collins-Colosi

High School Resources

Norwich High School ...
Home of the Purple Tornado!

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.