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NECA Update
September 19th was the official opening of the Norwalk Early College Academy. Governor Malloy, representatives from IBM, NCC, and NPS, and most importantly, members of the NHS faculty and staff, were on hand to support students at the opening ceremony.
 
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WELCOME TO
NORWALK HIGH SCHOOL

Behave ethically and Be accountableEngage in school activities and Engage in communityAcademic preparedness for the 21st CenturyRespect self and Respect diversitySafety at all times

Behave ethically and Be accountableEngage in school activities and Engage in communityAcademic preparedness for the 21st CenturyRespect self and Respect diversitySafety at all times

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Norwalk High School’s Core Values and Beliefs


 

Norwalk High School, a community of students, teachers, administrators and families, embraces its diversity and encourages intellectual curiosity.
 
We value a safe, accepting culture rooted in a rigorous, relevant curriculum rich with technology and artistic expression.
 
We must challenge students to become knowledgeable, ethical citizens capable of making independent and collaborative decisions in real-world settings.
 
We must prepare students for the social, civic, and technological demands of the 21st century in order to effectively participate in an ever-changing global society.

Academic Competencies:

  • Students will demonstrate effective literacy skills by communicating through writing, reading and speaking.
  • Students will be critical thinkers and effective problem solvers in real-world settings.
  • Students will use technology ethically and effectively to enhance their learning.

Social Competencies:

  • Students will work effectively as a collaborative member of a group.
  • Students will participate responsibly in their education.
  • Students will communicate an understanding and empathy for global perspectives.

Civic Competencies:

  • Students will demonstrate the ability to be contributing members of their community.

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9th Grade Summer Reading Information  

NHS Summer 2014 Reading Information


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 Student Information

  Congratulations to Derek Sawicki for winning the 2014-15 National Hispanic Scholar Award

PSAT: Juniors and Seniors
Wednesday October 15th
 

The annual NHS Club Fair will take place Wednesday September 24th in the cafeteria during Time Slots 2 and 3 (Periods 8 and 1). Freshman and Sophomore teachers will brings classes to this event according to the provided schedule.

 NHS DAY Schedule

9/22- 9/26

Monday 

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

D1

D2

D3

NO SCHOOL

 D4 

 

 
 

 Calendar

9/24/2014 8:15 AM   Club FairNew 
9/25/2014 7:00 AM   NO SCHOOL-Rosh Hashannah 
10/1/2014 7:00 PM   Father's Club Meeting 
10/11/2014 9:00 AM   MBI Can & Bottle Drive 
10/13/2014 7:00 AM   NO SCHOOL- Columbus Day 
10/15/2014 7:00 AM   PSAT 
10/15/2014 6:30 PM   African-American Parent Outreach Group 
5/16/2015 6:00 PM   Junior Prom 

 School Contact Information

NORWALK HIGH SCHOOL
55 County Street
Norwalk, CT  06851
Phone: (203) 838-4481
Fax: (203) 899-2815
Click here to email school
 

SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Mr. Reginald Roberts 

robertsr@norwalkps.org

 


PRINCIPAL'S SECRETARY
Jenina Rentas
(203) 838-4481
Ext. 13005

rentasj@norwalkps.org

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