NHS Senior Attends Science and Technology Conference
Addressing Different Opinions on Brett Kavanaugh’s Nomination to the Supreme Court
Since last season’s impressive state playoff run, the boys varsity team started their season with a heartbreaking loss in overtime to Seton Hall Prep, one of the best teams in New Jersey.
On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, six Nutley residents will compete for three seats on the Board of Education.
After the retirement of guidance counselor Dr. Mitchell this summer, Nutley High School gained its newest addition to the School Counseling Department, Mrs. Lauren Birnbaum.
This 2018-2019 school year, the Special Olympics Unified Sports program will be the newest club in Nutley High School.
On October 7, 2018, members of Key Club, an international student-led organization where students develop character and leadership skills through community service and volunteering, went to Six Fla
The senior cruise is a Nutley High School tradition, celebrated annually to honor the start of senior year.
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day took place on April 26, 2018 across the country. Many kids go to work with their mom or dad or the day.
As I walk into the classroom, I see a young, energetic man sitting at a desk.
Nutley High School received a security threat shortly after the Parkland shooting in Florida this past February.
Nutley High School is always looking to evaluate, change, and grow for the betterment of the student body, school and staff. The new 1:1 Chromebook Initiative is a perfect example of this.
NHS Students Take Online Financial Literacy Course During the Summer
Completion Expected in January 2019
Nutley Holds Events to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Clubs are an essential part of school life for many students at Nutley High School. With approximately 40 groups, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
On September 22, 2018, Nutley High School’s Marching Band won first place in two competitions.
Every year, fashion trends are discarded, recycled, and invented on the runway. Each passing season makes room for different variations and interpretations of an established style.
The Nutley High School Indoor Percussion ensemble is preparing to start their third season this November. Despite the group’s short life span, they are no stranger to success.
by Danielle Britton
Two NHS Students Have Art Work on Display