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MANDATORY AP & IB History and On-Line Gov/Econ Meetings

All students planning to take an AP/IB or online government/economics class next year MUST attend an informational meeting in the library DURING LUNCH on the following dates:

  • Feb. 25th: AP Government & AP Economics (Seniors only)
  • Feb. 26th: AP Comparative Government & AP Economics (Seniors only)
  • Feb. 27th: Online Government/Econ (Seniors only)
  • March 2nd: AP Psychology
  • March 3rd: AP U.S. History (Juniors only & students planning for IB Diploma)
  • March 4th: AP European History
  • March 5th: AP World History

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Upcoming Meetings/Events: 
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9th Grade Parent Informational Meeting:

April 23, 2015 6:00 p.m. at Newport Harbor High School

District Festival of Learning:
April 1, 2015 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Costa Mesa High School

OCADA-Champions of Character

Clay Davis and Sammie Yeager were honored last night by the Orange County Athletic Directors Association (OCADA) for their exceptional character as young adults on our campus. Beyond being incredible student- athletes, these two Sailors exude everything that is right about Newport Harbor High School. Please help me congratulate Sammie and Clay! SAILOR PRIDE! 

NHHS Wrestling 2015!

182 pound senior Brett Beaudette took 6th place. 195 pound sophomore Drew Dobbs finished 5th. He is the highest placing sophomore for Newport Harbor in the CIF tournament for over 20 years. Both qualify for the Masters meet this weekend at Ontario Citizens bank arena.

 

NHHS Surf Team-Nicaragua 2015

Thank you Coach Burns, and NHHS surf team--not only did you take on some of the best waves on this planet, but you also practiced global citizenship by brining clean drinking water to the children of Nicaragua. SAILOR PRIDE is alive an well with NHHS Surf Team!  

Newport Harbor High School Vision Statement

 

Founded in 1930, Newport Harbor High School uses shared decision-making to create a dynamic and challenging school environment.

 

Newport Harbor High School Mission Statement

 

By challenging students to reach their academic and personal potential, we believe we can help all students become productive and successful members of our global society.

School News

Newport Mesa Fee-Based Preschool Sites are Now Enrolling for the 2015-2016 School Year!
Newport Mesa offers high quality fee-based preschool to families who reside inside and outside the Newport-Mesa Unified School District attendance zone.  Our fee-based preschool programs are available at the following elementary school sites:... Continue
Posted by: Matthew Jennings
Published: 2/27/15

Apply Today for NMUSD's Signature Academies!

In the Newport-Mesa Unified School District we are very excited to be launching our Signature Academies to enable students to be fully prepared to make their mark on the world! Your NMUSD diploma is your academic signature that gives you currenc... Continue
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Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 2/22/15

Newport-Mesa Spirit Run is Sunday, March 15, 2015!
Posted by: Matthew Jennings
Published: 2/13/15

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General School Calendar

Today: 2/27/15
All Day: Classroom Counselor Visits for 2015-2016 Registration
All Day: A Day (Extended Lunch)

Bell Tower

Newport Harbor High School
Office Hours

Monday - Friday

7:00am - 4:00pm
All Visitors/Parents must check-in

at the Receptionist's Desk located

at the Main Entrance under the Bell Tower

Please call Newport Harbor High's Attendance Line, 949-515-6305, within three days of your child's absence. Please remember that no student will be released over the telephone, and no early dismissals will be issued over the telephone. For more information please click here.

NHHS Text-Message Tip Line

(415) 891-9309

Text messages sent to this number go directly to the NHHS Administration, and those text messages can anonymously report issues with drugs, bullying, threats, and other concerns student, parents, and staff members have about campus safety and security.

Quick Phone List

 

Main Number 949-515-6300
Attendance 949-515-6305
Counseling 949-515-6304
Health Office 949-515-6307
Athletics 949-515-6308
Library 949-515-6312
Student Services /
Lost & Found
949-515-6314
Records 949-515-6363