Northwest High School

Northwest High School 2016 Prom Court

NWHS student Teddy Gray, Underground Freedom Center Art Winner

NWHS teacher Doug Ficker and his Honor Flight charge at the NW Exchange Club

High school students and parents complete FAFSA forms online

Jason Hentz and newly elected BPA President Carlos Boyd

Mr. Peter Clark and BPA students at Fall Leadership Conference

Announcement of Carlos Boyd as President of the State BPA organization

Knight Lights 2017 Premiere

10761 Pippin Rd.  ♦  Cincinnati, OH 45231 ♦ 513.851.7300

Upcoming Events

January Superintendent Podcast

Posted on: January 18, 2017
Tags: Super chat podcast, Superintendent message
The January Superintendent Podcast includes: Duties and Responsibilities of the Data Coach and Curriculum SupervisorDescription of our Data Drive read more …

Free ACT for Juniors

Posted on: January 18, 2017
Important Update - The Ohio Department of Education has mandated that all students in the junior class take the ACT during the school day beginning th read more …

NWHS/Butler Tech Cosmotology Salon - Grand Opening

Posted on: January 11, 2017
GRAND OPENING of the Northwest High School/Butler Tech Cosmotology Salon at the Northwest High School Career Center.  On Wednesday, Jan read more …

OMEA Honorees

Posted on: December 12, 2016
Tags: Omea honorees
Congratulations to Jack Obermeyer and Morgan Hughes on being selected to the OMEA District 14 Honors Band! read more …

PTSA Reflections Winners

Posted on: December 12, 2016
Tags: Ptsa reflections winners
Congratulations to our PTSA Reflections Winners in Visual Arts- Tiffany Cooper (Winner), Hailey Kash (Honorable Mention) and Tyler Hines (Honorable Me read more …

Canned Food Drive Is a Success

Posted on: December 12, 2016
Thank you to all who donated during the Canned Food Drive - we collected over 1700 pounds of food items for Corpus Christi! read more …

Exam Schedule

Posted on: December 12, 2016
Tags: Exam schedule
Midterm exams begin this week - good luck to students! This is also a reminder that these exams represent 10% of a student's first semester grade.&nbs read more …