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    • Events on 11.12
      11.12

      School Board Meeting

      7:30 pm

    • Events on 11.26
      11.26

      Thanksgiving Vacation

      8:00 am

    • Events on 11.26
      11.26

      School Board Meeting

      7:30 pm

    • Events on 11.27
      11.27

      Thanksgiving Vacation

      8:00 am

    • Events on 11.28
      11.28

      Thanksgiving Vacation

      8:00 am

Facts

  • 180

    Number of student days in a school year

  • 19

    The number of community organizations that receive the NCSC monthly community newsletter.

  • 52

    Number of teams offered in all sports each year at NCSC

  • Grades 4, 5 & 6

    Grade levels that participate in the Science Fair at Hagerstown Elementary School.

  • 90

    Number of minutes in a Reading instructional block.

Alumni

"My Hagerstown education prepared me for life."
- Chad Early

Teacher

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

Secretary

"Mark Childs' common sense and leadership resonated with me as someone I could trust with my son's education."
- Georgia Templin

Freshman

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

New Family

"My husband and I are in agreement that our son will thrive at Hagerstown High School. We are drawn to this community since meeting so many hometown people and learning more about the school system."
- Laura Lannan

Freshman

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

Alumni

"Teacher and faculty mentors second to none, and I continue to be mentored professionally by HHS graduates."
- Kory George

Teacher

"Teaching at HES is a great experience. We have an awesome staff and a very supportive community."
- Chad Romack

Secretary

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

Teacher

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