North Augusta High School

One School - One Purpose

2017-18 Back-to-School Letter

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  • Our Vision for North Augusta High School:

    To engage ALL students in the world class knowledge and skills needed to successfully realize their post-secondary goals through the development and implementation of relevant college and career readiness pathways.

     We believe:

    ·       Our teaching should evoke curiosity and global awareness from students.

    ·       Our speech and actions towards students and each other should come from a place of empathy.

    ·       Our philosophies should involve a dedication to increasing students' sense of social wareness and social responsibility.

    ·       Our practice should value both college and career paths and celebrate them equally.

    ·       Although classroom learning is vital, experiential learning through internships, research and service learning enhances the academic setting and brings lasting knowledge.


  • CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM POLICY - Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, a new definition of “absent” will be used to identify students who are chronically absent. As part of the implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act, districts and schools are required to report to the South Carolina Department of Education the number of students who are chronically absent each year. According to the United States Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR), an absent student is one who misses 50 percent of the instructional day for any reason and regardless of whether the absence is excused or unexcused. In other words, students must attend class for at least half of the instructional day to be considered present for that day.

    For more information about this policy, please click here. 

    Comments (-1)

    We are excited to notify everyone in our school community that we have completed our transition into the second phase of our new high school.

    In order for parents and visitors to enter to the new administrative offices which include our school counselors and attendance personnel, access will now be gained from entering campus via our new main entrance on Champions Avenue. Champions Avenue is on the opposite side of the football stadium from Jacket Lane.

    The ribbon-cutting ceremony for our new addition will be November 19 at 4:00 PM. We hope that our school community will take the opportunity to tour this amazing facility. Everyone is invited.


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    The Aiken County Public School District is holding Town Hall Meetings, starting on November 6th. The meeting schedule is as follows:

    11/6: 6:30 PM @ LMMS
    11/7: 6:30 PM @ SAHS
    11/16: 6:30 PM @ AHS
    11/30: 6:30 PM @ NAHS
    12/4: 6:30 PM @ RSMHS
    12/5: 6:30 PM @ SBHS

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  • The Class of 2016

    352 Graduates

    More than $11,000,000 in Scholarship Offerings

    71.6% Plan to Attend a Two or Four-Year College

    3.4% Will Enter The Military & Serve Our Country

    17% Are Workforce-Ready & Will Begin Their Careers



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