Welcome to Norwalk High School
Welcome to NHS
350 Shady Lane Drive
Norwalk, OH 44857
Phone: 419.660.6500 Fax: 419.668.4719
Principal: Brad Cooley Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Norwalk High School is located at 350 Shady Lane and serves students in grades 9-12. Having an enrollment of approximately 900 students with about 70 of them attending EHOVE Career Center, the school has a staff of 40 teachers2 guidance counselors, a principal, an assistant principal and full-time or part-time support staff and teaching specialists.
Norwalk High has been accredited with North Central Association since 1912 and is also a member of the Northern Ohio League (NOL) athletic league. Norwalk High is proud of its curriculum. It offers 110 course offerings in college preparatory, business, vocational, home economics, industrial arts, general courses, learning disabilities classes and tutoring. The high school also offers advanced placement courses in English, American History, U.S. Government, Calculus, Biology, French, Spanish, and Computer Science. Honors classes are also offered in English, Geometry and Algebra II. The music program includes marching band, jazz band, orchestra, concert band and choir.
Norwalk High offers a wide variety of extra-curricular activities for students from sports to clubs. These include:
Football, Volleyball, Golf, Boys' & Girls' Tennis, Cross Country, Track, Softball, Baseball, Wrestling, Boys' & Girls' Bowling, Boys' & Girls' Basketball, Soccer and Swimming.
Art, Student Council, World Language, Shadow (Recycling), Key Club, Teens for Christ.
In addition to the above activities, NHS. also provides: Fall, Winter and Spring Sports Awards, Academic Awards, Academic Hall of Excellence, Student of the Month, Underclassman Awards Recognition, Senior Awards Banquet, Fall/Winter & Spring Band, and Orchestra & Choir concerts.
Norwalk High School designs its program to meet the varied and individual needs of students. By fostering self-esteem and by meeting the needs of the students and the mandates of the community and state, we provide an environment which gives constant direction to every student's overall academic and social growth through a variety of curricular and extra-curricular offerings.
Ultimately, our school seeks to prepare students for effective living and responsible citizenship. However, in order to continue our educational endeavor successfully, all must realize the community's obligation to respond with the financial, physical, and human resources necessary to meet the educational needs of the community and students. Also, all must recognize that the responsibility for meeting educational needs rests not only with the teachers and administrators, but also with the community, parents, and most importantly, the students themselves.