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Congratulations Ashley Graduates

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Mosley graduates sit listening for their names to be called to receive their diplomas
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Congratulations Career Readiness Academy at Mosley Graduates

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Hoggard graduates face the stage while one loan student faces the camera and gives a thumbs up.
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Congratulations Hoggard Graduates

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Graduates sit patiently waiting during commencement speech
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Congratulations Isaac Bear Graduates

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Congratulations Laney Graduates

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NHHS graduates sit watching the stage
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Congratulations NHHS Graduates

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Graduates stand in line waiting to receive their diplomas
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Congratulations SEA-TECH Graduates

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Congratulations TPYA at Mosley Graduates

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Congratulations WECHS Graduates

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Clean Classrooms For Carolina Kids
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Clean Classrooms for Carolina Kids Program to Tackle Environmental Risks in Schools and Child Care Centers

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NHCS By The Numbers
 

Academic Performance

557 Scholars
20 Governor’s School 
5 School of Science & Math 
1,725 Credentials & Certifications
10 Military Academy Cadets

Student Excellence

331 (IB) Courses
2,155 AP Courses
1,116 AP Scores at 3+
1,690 Dual Enrollment courses with UNCW & 4,221 with CFCC.
28 CTE Pathways.

Human Resources

41/45 schools are 100% fully staffed with classroom teachers at the start of 2022-2023.
86.6% staff retention rate for 2021-2022

Community Partnerships

80,149 Volunteer hours dedicated to our schools this year. 7,771 volunteers serving our schools.
$1 million dollars approximate value of Volunteer Time.

Technology & Digital Learning

Over 10K Laptops distributed to Staff/Students.
60 students attended the NHCS can code camp.
738 students attended the summer library programs.

Excellent Educators

38% of Teachers with a Master’s Degree or Higher. 20% of Teachers are National Board Certified.
$51K Average Salary Highest local supplement in the state. 

Operations and Maintenance

Over 2.1 million meals served and over 700,000 miles driven by our transportation staff.

Athletics

50-yard Freestyle State Championship
N.C. Soccer Player of the Year
2nd Consecutive Wrestling Championship
Class 4A State Soccer Championship

Academic Performance

NHCS is committed to the Goal: Through rigorous academics at every grade level, students demonstrate a readiness for productive citizenship, as well as higher education opportunities or meaningful employment.
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Student Safety & Wellness

The NHCS team is committed to providing facilities and services that are focused on safety and wellness to enhance teaching and learning.
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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

New Hanover County Schools goal is for students and staff to agree that their school/worksite is an inclusive, equitable, and diverse place where they have a strong sense of belonging and connectedness. 
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Family Engagement

NHCS strives to increase meaningful family engagement and involvement across all schools.
 

Supportive Environment for Teachers & Staff

NHCS is committed to ensure a supportive environment so that staff will perform their duties using the most effective methods possible to achieve optimal student learning
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Community Partnerships

New Hanover County Schools will strengthen and increase community partnerships that directly enhance student opportunities and achievements.  
Community Partnerships