Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board

  • North Hastings High School

    Welcome to North Hastings High School, Home of the Huskies, a school that is committed to success for all students. At NHHS, we believe in being the difference. NHHS is the hub of the Bancroft Community servicing students and community members since 1947.
  • Academics

    NHHS offers a wide range of courses that meet the needs of learners in all pathways. The success of our students is a prime focus here at NHHS. Our programs aim to develop the skills needed in the 21st Century including collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, communication, character and citizenship. Our Guidance staff are always ready to help students plan for the future.
  • Arts

    Whether it be Visual Arts, Music or Drama that you are interested in, NHHS has passionate teachers to help you improve your craft. Student art is regularly displayed and demonstrated in and around the community for all to enjoy. The North is a truly gifted place!
  • Athletics

    NHHS offers numerous athletic programs in the Fall, Winter and Spring. Whether it be individual or team sports that you are interested in, we have activities to keep you active all year round. Our Huskies have a long standing tradition of excellence in sport. They are renowned for their grit and determination on and off the playing field.
  • Leadership

    Being the Difference at NHHS means offering our students many opportunities to take charge of their school by showcasing their leadership skills. Our Huskies can challenge themselves by getting involved in numerous activities such as Student Council, NHHS House System activities or our very own Junior Enrichment (J.E.D.I.) Program. Our school takes the business of building future leaders very seriously.
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Upcoming Events

Fri Sep 30 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
PA Day
Mon Oct 03 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
Food Drive- All Week
Tue Oct 04 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
Food Drive- All Week

House Spirit Points 2016-17 Who will be Victorious?

    Runner-Up Grade 9 day  Winner of Grade 9 day

school surveys

ON-Line PEER SURVEYS

Grade 8 Survey
P2P Survey
MIT Survey

Digital Learning

my Blueprint

ConnectEd

Early Progress Reports

Ealry Progress Reports will be sent home with Students on Friday October 5th, 2016

School Photo's

Students who had their photos taken on Sept 14th, proofs will be handed out in homerooms' on Monday September 26th. For those parents/guardians who would like to order prints, you can hand your monies in to the main office or order on-line.

Retake Day is Friday October 14th 14th. All students are required to have their photo taken for the school database.  Students having their photos taken on the re-take day will receive their proofs approximatley 2 weeks after October 14th, 2016 .

 

Phone and Address Changes

Have you changed your phone number or Cell number? Have you moved?  Please notify the school of any changes. The school requires contact numbers and emergency contact numbers for all students.

If you have numbers to update call the school at 613-332-1220 ext 0.

 

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Northern Environmental Research And Development Studies NHHS

The Northern Environmental Research Program is a four credit program which will be offered to Grade 12 students, during the second semester. This program is designed for students who enjoy the outdoors and who may be interested in pursuing a post-secondary college or university career in natural resources, natural sciences, or environmental sciences.  Students will be involved in a wide variety of projects. Some of which will include data collection, analysis, and communication of information as part of on-going monitoring and scientific research with numerous local agencies and associations involved in natural resource management and environmental monitoring. Students will have opportunities to work with fish, wildlife, and forestry specialists and have input into the provincial data studies in environment and resource management at the college or university level, as well as experience and contacts for future jobs.

Successful completion of these credits, along with other designated courses, will earn the students a “Specialist High Skills Major in the Environment” seal on the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, as well as acknowledgement on the student’s transcript.

Successful completion of the Environmental Research Program with an average of 70% or greater, along with Math 4C, will also allow a student to enter directly into the second semester of any undergraduate program within the Sir Sandford Fleming Collage School of Natural Resources, through an articulation agreement, thus saving one semester of tuition, accommodation, and transportation.

 

Activities:

Winter Tree ID/Trig Collection

Map and Compass Training

GPS and GIS to collect data for natural resource projects

Winter Oxygen Testing/Water Chemistry

Spring Lake Trout Netting Project

Fish Hatchery Maintenance and Management

Lake Analysis

Cold water stream inventory and analysis

Water quality analysis

Forest Stant Analysis – Basal Area, Disease

Forest Management Planning

Tree Planting

Tree Marking

Mining and Minerals

Algonquin Park Black Bear Research

Kawartha Highlands Campsite Survey

Whip-poor-will Survey

Loon Survey

Boundary Line Marking

Animal Tracking

Independent Research Modules

Resume and Portfolio Development 

Certifications/Training:

Standard First Aid & CPR

Wilderness First Aid Seminar

AED certification

WHMIS Training

Winter Survival Skills (OPP) 

Pleasure Boat Operator’s Course

GPS Certification/GIS Training

Bear Safety Training

Passport to Safety Training

Basic Canoe Training

Post-Secondary Education Exploration

Ice Safety and Ice Rescue Training and Certification

Ontario Benthic Biomonitoring program introduction

Fall Protection

Search and Rescue Level II (OPP)





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


High Skills Major  NERDS Application PDF 

 


Student Fees 2016-2017 Year

Student Activity Fee $ 30.00, PLP and LSP students $10.00

Optional Yearbook  $ 35.00 pay this year and receive next September.

Athletic Fee $ 30.00(upon sports team registrations-other fees may apply to sports teams)

Student fees may be paid in the School's main office beging Monday August 29th. Cheque(payable to NHHS) or Cash only.

 

 

The Student Activity fee is $ 30.00  which includes a student card and  print credits. 

The Athletic Fee is $ 30.00 per sport + extra sports fees depending on the sport.

Students may also purchase an optional yearbook for $ 35.00, which they will receive the next September/October.

Dudley locks are $5.00.

Cash or cheque payable to NHHS.