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Monday, December 14, 2015

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

GRADUATION PROJECT JUDGES NEEDED!

We need judges to assist with Oral Boards! 

The Fall semester Oral Boards will be Wednesday, December 16, from 4:30 until 7:30.  The Graduation Project process consists of four components: the research paper, the physical product, the portfolio, and the oral presentation. 

Each judging team will be assigned to evaluate 3 to 4 students.  Although you will review each student's portfolio, visual aid, and research paper, your main function as a judge is to evaluate each student's oral presentation on his/her product.  You will also provide feedback for the students.

Please complete the Google document linked below (just click on the link) if you are willing to serve as a judge this year. 

Monday, November 23, 2015

Foods II Students Win 1st Place!

Special Announcement
Mrs. Wright’s Foods II students at New Hanover High won 1st place in the Culinary Arts category at the Bread and Lights: Gingerbread and Lantern Festival sponsored by the Cameron Arts Society. These participants worked collaboratively with Mr. Graham, the Drafting Instructor, and some of his drafting students to design realistic houses that were not only structurally sounded but looked fantastic. 

Brandy Garcia, a former Foods student from New Hanover High won 2nd place in the Teen category at the Bread and Lights: Gingerbread and Lantern Festival. Mr. Michael Hall, the Foods I Instructor, mentored Brandy Garcia through every step of her gingerbread structure. Viewer’s choice judging will be held on December 6th. These houses are currently being displayed at the Cameron Arts Museum. Please come out to the Cameron Art Museum and enjoy all the gingerbread structures and beautiful Christmas d├ęcor. Thank you for your support.
                           



New Hanover High School Foods Students-Gingerbread Structure
                                   
                                          
                                                                             
                           





Monday, November 16, 2015

Marching Wildcats Welcome Santa!

The NHHS Marching Wildcats helped welcome Santa to Independence Mall on Saturday November 14th. This is the 12th year the Marching Wildcats have participated in this event. 






Friday, October 23, 2015

JUNIORS AND SENIORS; Honors Service Learning

JUNIORS AND SENIORS: Applications for the Honors Service Learning class for next semester (Spring) are available in room 205. The deadline is OCTOBER 31st.  Please see Mrs. Felts for any questions. 

Sunday, October 11, 2015

STEM Cycle Success!

This weekend four of our students, along with Mr. Millis and Mr. Moore, were in Northampton County attending an electric vehicle seminar and workshop. The students attending were Jabar Brewer, Dominic Harden, Joseph Jakway, and Elijah Leslie.

After many, many, many long and late hours during the school day and over this weekend our electric vehicle, the STEM Cycle, is finally up and running! Fully functioning! This is an electric vehicle we've built from scratch, from the ground up.

The students did an amazing job and our success this weekend was made possible by the efforts of former and current students. In addition to the students who attended the workshop this weekend, Thomas Craven and Abelardo Rivera have made huge contributions and without their help we wouldn't have got it done.









Saturday, August 15, 2015

NHHS Volleyball Team Proudly Wears the Jerseys From the National Guard


The New Hanover High School Volleyball team is posing with Staff Sergeant Orton of the North Carolina National Guard. The Lady Wildcats, coached by New Hanover High's JROTC instructor Colonel Hafer, proudly wear the warm-up jerseys the National Guard purchased for the team

Friday, August 7, 2015

IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION




There will be a senior information night on


 Wednesday, August 26 at 6 PM in the library. 

There will be crucial information regarding updates to senior projects, senior ads and yearbook details, and special material on scholarships and credits that are not to be missed. We look forward to seeing all of you there


Friday, May 8, 2015

Electric Vehicle Challenge

Mr. Moore's NHHS students did an amazing job at the Electric Vehicle Challenge Final Event! After a lot of hard work and long hours the awards are in:


3rd Place Range, STEM Cycle Class

2nd Place Troubleshooting, STEM Cycle Class - Shane Davis and Matthew Borneman

1st Place Vehicle Design, STEM Cycle Class - Duncan Borneman, Nolan Jewell

3rd Place Overall, STEM Cycle Class

Please congratulate these guys on their awesome performance.

There are several more students who helped us get here that could not attend and without whose help our success would not have been possible:

Marissa Barbe, Faith Copeland, Nathan Hutchens, Dominic Harden, Cristian Silva, Zachary Busch, Kevin Chirinos, Thomas Craven, Abelardo Rivera, Zachary Seward













FROM MR. MOORE: We are looking for old bed frames. The metal from these will be used to help construct structural components for our vehicles. I will gladly come to you/meet you to pick up your donation. Should you just happen to have 1-1/2" to 2" angle iron just laying around, we would love to have that too.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Sophomores and Juniors! Honors Service Learning Applications are now AVAILABLE

Attention Sophomores and Juniors: Applications for the Honors Service Learning Class are now available outside room 205 or go to the Honors Service Learning Course Link on the webpage  https://sites.google.com/a/nhcs.net/honors-service-learning-info/

 These are for the Fall 2015 semester. If you would like to be a part of this class, you must complete an application and turn it in by Friday, May 1st by 3:30pm to Mrs. Felts in room 205. 

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Gracyn, Nero and Archie walk into a classroom....

Kylee Maarshalk's student intern, Sydney Doyle from Lenoir-Rhyne University,  invited the Cape Fear Raptor Center to come into our English II classes today following a unit on falconry in the Middle East. Doyle's class welcomed Gracyn, a volunteer for the Raptor Center and a Biology Major from UNCW; Nero, a one-year old red-tailed hawk.; and Archie, a one-year old great horned owl. 

The students had the opportunity to ask Gracyn an array of questions about the lives of the birds of prey that she works with and about how they can get involved in working with the falcons as well.