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Current Students
1. Stop by the Guidance Office and complete a Transcript Request Form
2. Pay Fee ($2 per transcript) – Students can pay at time of request or upon pickup
3. There is a minimum 48 hour turn around for transcripts
4. Current students are responsible for mailing out their own transcripts.

Former Students/Graduates
Need your high school transcript please go to:

Registration 2019 - 2020

Graduation Requirements and Diploma Designations

2019 - 2020 Curriculum Guide

10th - 12th Class Menu 2019 -2020

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. 1-800-273-talk (8255)

Attention 11th and 12th graders: If you are planning on joining the military it is time to take the ASVAB. NHS will offer the ASVAB on Oct 31 at 7:00 a.m. (must have your own transportation to school). Sign-ups will begin on Friday Oct 5th. No early signups or phone calls to reserve a spot please. This will be the only time the ASVAB will be offered on campus this school year. If you have questions please stop by the Guidance Office to see Mrs. Morales or Mrs. Graham.

Attention 11th graders: If you are interested in taking the PSAT for the National Merit Scholarship please stop by the Guidance Office beginning Monday, August 20th to sign up. The cost of the test is $16 and must be paid at the time of sign up. We will not hold or reserve slots without payment. Please note that we only have 50 slots available for 11th graders. If you have questions please stop by the Guidance Office to see Mrs. Morales or Mrs. Graham.

Think of PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 score reports as roadmaps. They show what you’re doing well, and what you should work on to get ready for the SAT — and for college. Sign in to get your scores.

Being the first in your family to attend college is daunting, but rewarding. The College Board, in partnership with Roadtrip Nation created this compelling documentary entitled, Why Not Us? Follow the journeys of four young people — all first in their families to go to college — as they roadtrip across the country to interview inspiring individuals who were also first in their families to pursue higher education. (more info)

The Academic Advisement Flyer – What Students and Parents Need to Know
Students Entering Grade Nine in 2014-2015 and Forward is available on the Graduation Requirements web page. (English)