News/Announcements

CAT-North Orientation Session

  • August 24th, 2015

Orientation Session on Thursday, August 27th at 6:00 pm for parents of students with IEPs or 504 plans. Come meet the guidance counselors and Support Service [...]

Bus Schedules Released

  • August 19th, 2015

Click here for North County High School bus/transportation schedule.

***Attention users of Bus #498***
Please be advised that a bus stop on Bus #498 has [...]

Principal's Message

 

My name is Julie Cares (jcares@aacps.org) and I am the proud principal of North County High School. I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the NCHS website. Here you will find information about our top notch academic and athletic programs. Check back often to see announcements related to upcoming events, kudos for students and staff and even a graduation day count down for the Class of 2016. If you don’t find what you need here, please call the school at (410) 222-6970. At North County High School we ask our students to STAND Tall. This means that they are Studious, Thoughtful, Accountable, Noble and Determined in all that they do…Read More

Programs

Stem @ AACPS

The S.T.E.M. Office at AACPS offers suites of S.T.E.M. academic and co-curricular offerings for pre K-12 students during the academic year and summer months to enrich and enhance learning, build STEM career awareness and engage students in challenging STEM-related projects and events.Learn More
 

International Trade, Transportation & Tourism (IT3)

Our Signature Program, International Trade, Transportation and Tourism (IT3), was approved in June 2010, and community stakeholders were granted permission to begin implementation by the Anne Arundel County Board of EducationLearn More

Important Links



Kudos to NCHS Students & Faculty!


National Art Honors Society

Congratulations to the new NAHS Inductees!


Please join us in congratulating Chloe Diggs!


We are honored to share with you that Chloe Diggs won the prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship. She is 1 of 1,000 seniors chosen for the Class of 2015 out of an applicant pool of 57,000 students. Qualifications include: strong leadership, community service and academic achievements. The Gates Scholars get full tuition for their undergrad and graduate studies.


Congratulations to the Unified Bocce Team!

The Bocce Knights had a great showing at State Championships, finishing 2nd place overall!



Youth Writing Competition

Sponsored by SOMIRAC

Congratulations to Mikayla Baldwin!
1st Place Poem: "The Color of Hunger"

Also to Rachel Ellison: 2nd place poem: "Thoughts: Don't Dance"

State of Maryland International Reading Association Council


Please join us in congratulating Jacob Horstkamp who has been elected to serve as the student member of the Board of Education!

Congratulations to all of the teachers and staff at NCHS who not only have supported Jacob but have encouraged all of our students to STAND Tall!



(Click for Press Release)

Youth Art Competition Winners

Sponsored by the Women's Club of Linthicum

Congratulations to Cora Bradley - 1st Place Self-Portrait (right)

Honorable Mention: Jade Miller & Makayla Broch (click)

GFWC Maryland


Please join us in congratulating Jordan Miller!

Jordan's Self-Portrait placed 3rd overall at the Anne Arundel County Senior Art Show held at Anne Arundel Community College




The Track & Field team hosted 21 teams at the 2015 Knights Invitational

Congratulations to all of the athletes who competed, it was a fantastic meet!



Click for results



Congratulations to Senior
Nyasa Bryant!

Nyasa has been declared a finalist for the Dell Scholarship Program

www.dellscholars.org



Congratulations to Junior
Ramish Qutab!

Ramish is a recipient of the Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship!

Comcast Leaders and Achievers



Congratulations to Juniors
Sandra Sandeep & Jerrin Thomas

Sandra & Jerrin are 2015 Carson Scholars!

CARSON SCHOLARS AWARDS

North County HS placed 3rd overall in the County Wide Mathematics Competition!

North County High School is recognized as the Most Improved School for the 2014-2015 HS Math Competition
Sandra Sandeep (right) received the Donald Wertz Memorial Award for placing 4th in the overall individual standings.
Jackson Lim (left) is recognized as the Most Improved Individual for the 2014-2015 year.