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  • Events on 9/07
    9/07

    Labor Day - no school

    8:00 am
    Events on 10/02
    10/02

    End of 1st nine weeks

    8:00 am
    Events on 10/05
    10/05

    Fall Break

    8:00 am
    Events on 10/06
    10/06

    Fall Break

    8:00 am
    Events on 10/07
    10/07

    Fall Break

    8:00 am
    Events on 10/08
    10/08

    Fall Break

    8:00 am
    Events on 10/09
    10/09

    Fall Break

    8:00 am

Facts

  • 2

    Number of Goals at each school building for each corporate Focus Area

  • 7

    Number of fall sports offered at NCSC

  • 9

    Number of community members serving on the Community Connections Task Force

  • 13

    Number of cafeteria employees at HHS

  • 10

    Number of teams involved in Spring sports

Alumni

"My wife and I both graduated from Hagerstown and moved back. NCSC definitely has a lot to offer."
- Lee Denhart

Teacher

"This school is an optimistic and positive environment in which to grow!"
- Andrea Van Meter

Counselor

"It is amazing to work in a school system where people truly care about the students."
- Amy Oliger

Freshman

"If you like sports, you'll like Hagerstown!"
- Kevin Beeson

Alumni

"HHS et mes amis resteront toujours dans mon coeur. Vous faites tous partie de ma famille. Je suis tellememt content et fier de vous avoir rendu visite en esperant revenir bientot."
- Pierrick Benoist

Freshman

"Everyone has respect for one another, and the teachers go above and beyond to be sure every student feels important."
- Haley Baker

Freshman

"Hagerstown Jr./Sr. High School is amazing! We have a great staff who makes you feel at home."
- Seth Richards

Secretary

"We love to hear former NCSC athletes talk about how athletics shaped them and made them a better person."
- Rhonda Bartlett

Retired Employee

"Working at NCSC was a great job. I never considered leaving this great school corporation."
- Garry Cornett

Teacher

"Proud to be teaching at my alma mater to continue the traditions of rigor and teachers caring."
- John Dawson