An Invitation To Attend The Adams Elementary School Information Night About the NEW Modern Scholars Program
Orange County Athletic Directors Association
Last night, at the Orange County Athletic Directors Association (OCADA) dinner, Newport Harbor High School honored and thanked two parents who have given our school a lot of support-Tom Robinson and Robert Shaw. Mr. Zimmerman, our athletic director and OCADA president elect, introduced and recognized two deserving SAILOR PRIDE parents with the CIF commissioner, Rob Wigod. Thank you, Tom and Robert, for all you do!
Emma Erickson's "The Seating Chart"
Introducing the BRIDGES Program
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.
N-MUSD Presents Common Core Math Workshop for Parents At Various School Sites
Newport-Mesa Unified School District will be hosting parent/guardian workshops focusing on the transition to Common Core Math, including the standards for Mathematical Practices, examples of Common Core strategies, the SWUN math model, and online ... Continue
State of Schools 2014 Video Now Available
The video from the 2014 State of the Schools inaugural event is now available. Please visit the following webpage: web.nmusd.us/stateofschools
Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Parent Notification
In accordance with the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), at the beginning of each school year we are required to notify the parents of each student attending a school receiving any Title I, Part A, funds that they may request informat... 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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