Interested in Improving NSHS?

 If you are interested in having a say in improving our school we have some opportunities starting this fall.  The Student Handbook Committee will be reviewing our current student handbook and discussing potential changes to several areas, including technology acceptable use, student privileges and personal appearance.  We are looking to include the voices of both students and parents on this committee.  Our first meeting is Thursday, September 11th at 2:15 in the high school library.


The School Improvement Team (SIT) is also looking for parent and student representatives.  The SIT meets once per month on Wednesdays at 2:15.  If you are interested in joining the team, email Mr. Mezzanotte at rmezzanotte [at] nsps [dot] us.


Thanks for considering!

NEASC Information

 Please see attached documents for important, up-to-date information on NSHS's NEASC accrediation process.  Included are:

  • November 2103 Site Visit Report
  • April 2014 letter from the NEASC Commission
  • NSHS Core Values
  • NSHS Beliefs About Learning
  • NSHS School-Wide Learner Expectations
  • April 2014 PowerPoint presentation to the School Committee 

Welcome Back

NSHS Parents and Students,

Believe it or not the new school year is almost here!  I have attached two documents for you to review before next Tuesday.  The first is a letter from me with important information and reminders.  The second is a schedule for the first day of school.  If you have any questions or concerns please email me at rmezzanotte [at] nsps [dot] us.

Best wishes on a great school year!

Mr. Mezzanotte

NSHS School Counseling Blog

The last day for schedule change requests will be Tuesday, September 2nd and students must make any requests by the end of that day.  Counselors will work to resolve all issues by the end of that week. 

All requests must be made via our google site at:



We will not be answering further requests for schedule changes that are made in other ways (Phone calls, emails, etc.) at this time so that we may work more efficiently for our students over the next few days as we finish adjustments. 

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