Newport Mesa Unified School District Announces Recommendation for Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services/SELPA
Kathryn Fuller, OC Register Artist of the Year
This webpage lists all the 2015 OC Register High School Artists of the Year:
Newport Harbor High School
Visual Arts drawing, painting, mixed media
“I want people to feel some of the emotions I am trying to convey with these pieces when they see them. All of these pieces have much significance in my life and I want the viewer to be able to see that when they have the experience of looking at my artwork.”- Kathryn Fuller http://www.ocregister.com/articles/year-659118-artist-finalists.html
Kathryn Fuller, Newport Harbor High School
Boys lacrosse OC Register: Alex Fuller, Newport Harbor
Fuller, a senior and team captain, set a new school single-game record with eight goals in a 16-3 victory over Marina. He scored three goals in the second half of Friday’s 8-7 victory over Los Alamitos to clinch the Sunset League title for the Sailors. Fuller had an assist in both games.
Newport Harbor High School Sailing
The Newport Harbor High School Sailing Team wrapped up the regular season with a strong second-place finish at the Pacific Coast Championships in San Francisco April 18-19.
Next up for the sailors is the National High School Sailing Championship regatta for the Mallory Trophy to be sailed May 9-10 at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.
The sailors were led by senior skipper Campbell D’Eliscu, sailing with crews Davis Hanscom ’15 and Madeline Bubb ‘16. The trio won B Division by 13 points. Sailing A-Division for the sailors was junior skipper Sean Segerblom with crews Briggs D’Eliscu ‘16 and Andrew Person ‘17. Team alternates were Michael Sabourin '15 and Eliza Moody '15.
Point Loma High School from San Diego won the Pacific Coast Championship five points ahead of Newport Harbor. 3rd place finisher Wilson High School from Long Beach and 4th place finisher Corona del Mar High School will join Point Loma and Newport Harbor at the Nationals.
SUMMER IN PERSON REGISTRATION DATES AND TIMES
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.
NMUSD is Now Accepting Applications for Wait List for 2015/16 Signature Academies
2015/16 is the first year for the NMUSD Signature Academies. Initial enrollment will be limited to 9th grade students Admission for 10th through 12th grade students will be phased in over the next three years. Academy related... Continue
Extreme Heat Survey/Extremado Calor Encuesta
Dear Newport Mesa Family/Estimada familia de Newport Mesa,
Approximately 40% of classrooms across the Newport-Mesa Unified School District do not have air conditioning. Costs associated with adding air conditioning to those classrooms exceeds $... Continue
General School Calendar
Newport Harbor High School
7:00am - 4:00pm
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
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.
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