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NTI Day for students.  Staff report to school. Front image of NLHS Union College Students from NLHS visit EKU on a school field trip. NLHS students visit Western Kentucky University. Students from NLHS listen to a presentation from a guest speaker while visiting the University of Kentucky. Jack McArdle, Lucas Binder, Kinsley Blair, Haley Griebel,  Maddie Mastin, Hailee Valentine and Nathan Edwards on a college visit to the University of Kentucky. NLHS students on a school field trip to the University of Kentucky. Kendal Baker, Jazzlyn Robinson and Autumn Begley take time to pose for a picture while on a school field trip to the University of Kentucky. Cheyenne Lemarbe, Gracie Chadwell, Hayley Collins and Haley Jones, students from NLHS, visited Western Kentucky University on a school field trip. NLHS students visit Somerset Community College Kentucky state trooper Jerry Jones came to talk to Miss Ryle's physics students about how he uses physics in traffic accident reconstruction on the daily in his line of work. One of North High's biggest fans, Brayden Scott.
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Principal's Message

Parents/Guardians, Students and North Laurel High School Community: Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! I am excited to welcome back our faculty, staff, students and parents for the new school year. North Laurel High School students and staff have accomplished so much and have so many reasons to celebrate. North Laurel High School was recently recognized by U.S. News and World Report’s as one of the nation's Best High Schools. Our commitment at North Laurel High ...
Michael Black
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NLHS Recognized For Earning The AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award


NLHS has earned the College Board's AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award for expanding young women's access to AP Computer Science Principles (CSP). 

This honor is in recognition of the outstanding work that NLHS is doing to engage more female students in computer science.  Research shows that female students who take AP computer science are more likely to major in computer science in college compared to female students of similar background and academic preparation who didn't take AP computer science courses. Through leadership in diversifying computer science education, NLHS is preparing female students for the high-paying, in-demand jobs of the future and giving them the opportunity to help solve some of society's most challenging problems.


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Character Word for January: INTEGRITY

• Doing what is right even when no one is watching

• Making the best choices for yourself and others 
  even when the choice is not popular

• Demonstrate courage

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