Spotlight on NHS
Message from the Principal : Nicole Saieva
Hello Nyack High School Students, Families, Alumni, and Staff members:
While focusing on academics at Nyack High School, we believe in educating the whole child. As you review the 2018-2019 Program of Studies, various class pages, athletic news, schedules, and other helpful information, you will notice that we offer many opportunities for student engagement beyond the classroom door. Our rigorous academic program, combined with co-curricular opportunities, a comprehensive performing arts program, and numerous athletic teams are meant to meet the academic, social, and emotional needs of each of our students.
You will also find that Nyack High School is a unified team with students and staff working together toward common goals. We strive to reach our fullest potential as individuals and as one collective learning community. We understand the world is ever changing, and we work diligently to further develop our understanding of what needs to be mastered to successfully compete in a global society. Together, we work to strengthen our skills in critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity in an effort to keep up with the demands of the 21st Century.
Please enjoy our website and contact us if you have a question, comment, or concern.
CONGRATULATIONS TO CELESTE VOUTSINAS-KLOSE, for taking home national honors in Rowing and placing 8th in single sculls.
CONGRATULATIONS TO LUCY JIAO who won both Honorable Mention: STANYS Science Congress: Finalist and the Walter Eppenstein Astronomy/Physics Award;
LEA SPATZ who won the Dudley Observatory Award; MADISON SPEAKMAN who won the ASM (American Society for Microbiology) Award and ANNABELLE BANGS who won the US Air Force Award. Incredible job everyone at the Greater Capital Region Science and Engineering Fair.
CONGRATULATIONS TO COBY PETRICONE-BERG for being named a 2019 YoungArts National Competition winner.
CONGRATULATIONS TO SAMUEL ABERS & LUCY JIAO - Finalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE STUDENTS IN SCIENCE RESEARCH who competed at the Westchester Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Saturday 2/9. Their dedication and drive are admirable! Special congratulations to Lucy Jiao who won second place speaking in the Chemistry and Engineering field and has been invited to speak at the state level competition JSHS in Albany next month! Way to go and best of luck to her!
CONGRATULATIONS TO LUCY JIAO Regeneron Science Talent Search Top Scholar.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ASHLEY MORALES for being designated as a Scholar in the 2018-2019 National Hispanic Recognition Program.
- Attendance: 353-7110
- Main Office: 353-7100
- Nicole Saieva, Principal: 353-7101
- Lucia Pichardo, Ass't. Principal: 353-7105
- George Teasdale, Ass't. Principal: 353-7105
- Peter Bradley, Dean: 353-7115
- Victor Olmedo, Dean: 353-7115
- Guidance Office: 353-7120
- Nurse's Office: 353-7140
- Athletic Office: 353-7135
- Voice Mail System: 353-7165
Need to Know
Senior Class Advisers
Ms. Kelly Hasslinger (email@example.com)
Mrs. Carmelina Caffarelli-Hains (Chains@nyackschools.org)
Ms. Sarah Joy Consiglio (Sconsiglio@nyackschools.org)
Hello! We are the Senior Class Advisers. Our Senior Class Officers maintain a Facebook and Instagram page to keep our seniors informed of important dates and events. We also post all important information on the senior class bulletin board located in the hallway outside of the cafeteria. Every Spring, we hold a Senior Assembly to provide senior students with all of the information they will need regarding prom and graduation. That date will be announced soon. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions that you may have. Thank you very much!
New York State Requirement: For students in Grade 12, two doses of the Meningitis vaccine are required, unless the 1st dose of meningococcal vaccine was received at age 16 or older, then only one dose is required.
Instructions for students to join a class or group in e-chalk: Student Instructions-Joining a Class
12th grade students may be eligible to walk off campus during lunch, have a late arrival or early departure when they have a cafe option period: The Senior Open Campus Opt-In Permission Letter Form is provided to allow this privilege and must be signed, in accordance with the Board of Education Policy 5181 and the parent/guardian permission slip.
The district provides access to student information: The Parent Portal Request Form is provided for parents/guardians to establish a Parent Portal account that keeps you informed regarding your student's grades and attendance.