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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
Fentanyl is a deadly drug which has been found in our Community. Plese read the following information sheet, published by the Health Unit on Fentanyl facts.
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Lice Giving You Trouble
Lice are a social nuisance, not a health problem. Their pressence has nothing to do with being dirty or clean. They don't carry disease or cause illness. Knowing this, they do cause itching and redness on a childs scalp. Parents should: check their children's head weekly for signs of an infestation. Notify the school when their child has lice, as well as others who may have come in contact with the child. The school will send home Form 321-1 for parents to complete and return to the school.
Lice are tiny insects with flat bodies and claws. "Nits" are lice eggs. They're white to grey and they glue to the hair. They can look like a fleck of dandruff, but you will not be able to move it off the hair strand.The first sign may be itching and scratching. The best way to know for sure is to look for live lice on the scalp, particularly around the ears and back of the neck, Using a magnifying glass makes it easier.
Remeber, None of the products on the market kill 100% of the nits. That's why a second treatment is needed. Read the attached article Lice giving You Trouble for more information.
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.