Newtown High School

  • Delegation From France Welcomed At NHS

    Newtown High School and members of the Newtown International Center for Education (NICE) welcomed 23 students and two teachers visiting with a delegation from Lycée Alain, Newtown’s sister school in France, on Wednesday, March 25.

    The delegation arrived in the country just a few hours before entering the high school’s cafetorium, where host families through NICE, NICE members, and NHS teachers were waiting to greet the students and teachers.

  • Bunny Watch Returning To Fairfield Hills April 3-4

    The annual Bunny Watch event at Glander Field, off Mile Hill South at Fairfield Hills, is set for this Friday, April 3, and Saturday, April 4.

    The Bunny Watch will run from 10 am until 4 pm on both days, rain or shine.

  • Delegation From Spain Welcomed At NHS

    After arriving in Newtown on Sunday, March 15, a delegation of 21 students and two teachers were welcomed at Newtown High School on the morning of Monday, March 16, before starting a day of visiting the school.

    The group, from the I.E.S. Las Encinas School, is visiting through the Newtown International Center for Education (NICE).

  • NHS To Host College And Post-Secondary Options Fair March 31

    Newtown High School will host a College and Post-Secondary Options Fair on Tuesday, March 31, from 7 to 8:30 pm in the school’s gymnasium.

    Attendees will learn about post-secondary options, including traditional four-year schools, two-year schools, technical schools, and other options, including gap year programs, and military information.

    As of Tuesday, March 17, 139 schools and representatives of other options will be participating in the fair.

  • Friday Performance Of ‘City Of Angels’ Cancelled

    The Friday evening performance of Newtown High School’s City of Angels has been cancelled, due to the anticipated weather, according to Newtown High School.

    The musical production of City Of Angels opened for audiences on Thursday, March 19, and is running through Sunday, March 22.

  • Newtown High School Second Quarter Honor Roll

    The following students made the High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the second quarter marking period at Newtown High School this school year. The honor roll listings were recently released by the school for publication. Students earn recognition on the High Honor Roll by being enrolled in five or more classes with a minimum of four courses in areas of study other than independent study and related work experience, have an overall average of 90 or more for the marking period and the student must receive a grade of 85 or higher in each course.

  • ‘City Of Angels’ Showing Next Weekend At NHS

    As the opening show of Newtown High School’s musical production of City of Angels approaches, cast, crew, and pit members have been busy practicing at the school.

    On Friday, March 6, NHS Choral Director Jane Matson, when making a few announcements about the production for the students involved, took time to congratulate the students on how well they have learned the music for the production.

  • State Senator Visits Newtown Schools

    State Senator Tony Hwang (28th District) has been making his way through the Newtown Public Schools, visiting with students.

    According to his office, Sen Hwang intends to visit each of Newtown’s schools, and he has already visited Middle Gate Elementary School, Hawley Elementary School, Head O’ Meadow Elementary School, and Newtown High School. Sen Hwang also visited St Rose of Lima School on Friday, January 30.

  • Newtown Guard And Percussion Home Show Attracts Hundreds

    An estimated 700 spectators gathered in the gymnasium at Newtown High School on Saturday, March 7, to cheer on ten Winter Percussion and 30 Winter Guard units at Newtown’s 18th Annual Winter Extravaganza.

    Competing in its first home show, the NHS Winter Percussion unit was awarded the first place trophy in the Marching Class division with the score of 79.15.