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Newton-Conover High School Math 2 and 3 Students Perform Well

On Tuesday March 24th, 15 students from Newton-Conover High School attended the regional NC State Math Contest held at Lenoir-Rhyne University. The members Math 3 team had a fantastic 2nd place finish! Heather Basset Casey Catchings Chipper Drum Rebekah Drum Jake Hayman William Gaither Shelby Graff Kobe Keosykhao The members Math 2 team had a wonderful 6th place finish! Nathaniel ... Read More »

All Three N-CCS Governor’s School Nominees Receive Appointments

IMAGINE … A Summer Program … where students who are among the best and brightest gather for the love of learning and the joy of creativity … where teachers and students form a community while searching together for answers to challenging questions … where there are no grades or tests … where a synergy of intellectual curiosity fuels the exploration ... Read More »

Career and College Promise Information Session Packs the House

Newton-Conover City Schools is partnering with Catawba Valley Community College to bring College and Career Promise (CCP) to Newton-Conover’s two high schools.  In the past, students at both NCHS and DHS have had the opportunity to take CCP courses on the campus of CVCC.  However, next year, juniors at both schools will be able to take classes in a CCP ... Read More »

New Opportunities Arise in Newton-Conover

Several key positions in Newton-Conover are available as Newton-Conover High School, Newton-Conover Middle School, and South Newton Elementary search for educators and leaders in their schools. Newton-Conover High School will seek a principal for the -2015-16 school year.  After eight years at the helm, Kevin Campbell will take a district-level leadership role as a director next year.  Check out the job ... Read More »

Sign Up for Red Devil Athletic Updates

NCHS Athletic Director Angelo Palozzi has made it easier than ever to follow the excitement of Red Devil Athletics.  Simply sign up for text or E-mail reminders with Remind.  Don’t miss a minute of the action!  Learn more about Red Devil Athletics here! Here are simple instructions.       Read More »

Abby Cox Receives Parks Scholarship from NCSU

Newton-Conover High School Senior, Abby Cox, was recently notified that she has been named a Parks Scholar at NC State, beginning in the fall of 2015. This is the highest honor that NC State bestows upon its students and is a full scholarship for 4 years. Abby is one of only 38 students who have received this honor for the coming ... Read More »

Newton-Conover High School Students Compete in Science Olympiads 2015

Congratulations N-CHS Science Olympiad Team! On February 28th, 2015 the Newton-Conover High School Varsity Science Olympiad Team attended and competed at the Winston-Salem Regional Science Olympiad competition. The competition took place at Atkins Academic and Technology High School in Winston-Salem, NC. The N-CHS team competed against 11 other high school Science Olympiad teams from surrounding areas in engineering and academic ... Read More »

Andrea Stinson, NCHS Head Women’s Basketball Coach, to be Inducted into North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame

Newton-Conover congratulates our very own Coach Andrea Stinson for her appointment to the North Carolina Hall of Fame! She is one of ten North Carolinians selected this year for the state’s top honor in sports.  Coach Stinson is a former WNBA star who played for the Charlotte Sting from 1997-2004.  Stinson led North Mecklenburg High School to a state basketball ... Read More »

Newton-Conover High School Poetry Slam Makes an Impact

Symbolism, metaphors, and deep-rooted emotion all filled the media center at NCHS this week when students of all grade levels met together for the school’s inaugural Poetry Slam.  The Poetry Slam was hosted by Amy Haugh, media specialist, and the NCHS English Department. Each English class selected their top seven students who competed against each other throughout the day.  A winner was ... Read More »

Project Bauhow comes to NCHS

Thanks to North Carolina Modernist Houses’ “Project BauHow”   On Thursday, September 23, at 2:30 p.m., students in Steve Brucker’s drafting class at Newton Conover High School in Newton, NC, who do not have access to computers at home received free desktop computers loaded with Computer Aided Design (CAD) software thanks to “Project BauHow,” a new educational initiative from North Carolina ... Read More »