Annual Black History Celebration
February 11, 2017
NRHS, 4:00 p.m.
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The City School District of New Rochelle, in collaboration with the high school and middle school PTA's, New Rochelle FOCUS (Families Organized to Curb the Use of Substances), and New York Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital, will host the Eighth Annual Family University on March 13, 2017 at New Rochelle High School from 6:00PM- 900PM.
Please see the attached documents for more information.
Dear New Rochelle High School families,
Please be advised that we will be following a special schedule for Regents week January 23rd – January 27th. Students are to report to school based on the schedule that is posted on our website. This means that only students who are scheduled to sit for a Regents exam, have midterms, have make up classes for Physical Education or Science lab or have AP enrichment classes are to report to school on the scheduled days and times. The regular school schedule will resume on Monday January 30th with the beginning of the new semester.
There will be bus service for the half day but there will be no mid-day bus service during the Regents week. Buses will be available in the morning for pick up and at 3:07 PM to return home during that week. Students who have morning exams but nothing in the afternoon are free to wait in our cafeteria until 3 for the afternoon bus. Please be sure to plan transportation accordingly.
Please see the attached document to view the REVISED January 2017 Regents Midterm Schedule.
Please see the attached document regarding the 2017 PTSA Program Guide Presentation.
Please see the attached document for the January 2017 Issue of the Huguenot Herald!
You can also find the current and past issues of the Huguenot Herald under the "School" tab.
Spend an evening under the stars!
Please see the attached flyer for more details.
Hello NRHS friends and families,
New Rochelle High school continues its proud tradition as an award winning, comprehensive educational institution. We are a truly diverse school, with more than 3,400 students who come from over 60 countries. Although we are a large school, we excel at providing individualized attention to meet the needs of every student.
We offer a rigorous college preparatory curriculum that is aligned to the common core learning standards. Because we are committed to developing fully prepared and engaged 21st century citizens, our academic program provides students with opportunities to explore a wide variety of interests beyond the state mandated curriculum. With more than 240 different course offerings which include the performing and visual arts, business, architecture, computer science, 40 different Advanced Placement and honors classes and a nationally recognized athletics program, we have something for everyone.
I invite you to explore our website to learn about all of the opportunities that are available to NRHS students. Please feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you ever have any questions or concerns.
The Center for Digital Education honored New Rochelle High School for breaking new ground in the use of digital content and curriculum this past July. The award recognized the district's innovative implementation of digital curriculum based on the writing and film program created by English teacher Mr. Anthony Stripe.
The Center for Digital Education (CDE), in collaboration with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), honored the k-12 schools selected at the fourth-annual Digital Content and Curriculum Achievement Awards (DCCAA) in Denver.
“It’s exciting to see that schools all over the country are moving from pilot projects to full-scale implementation of digital content and curriculum,” said Dr. Kecia Ray, executive director of the Center for Digital Education. “This year’s honorees are taking the practice of education to new heights that show great promise for other districts to follow.”
DCCAA awards are presented to schools in three categories: Large District/Schools (12,000 or more students), Medium District/Schools (3,000 - 12,000 students) and Small District/Schools (up to 3,000 students).
"New Rochelle High School, with its smaller learning communities, is dedicated to developing responsible, respectful, tolerant citizens who value cultural diversity and who possess the intellectual, social and emotional independence to become lifelong learners and contributing members of a global society."