what's going on at the creek
Time Is Very Important In Learning!
At Nettle Creek, teachers and administrators are working together to look for additional ways to provide our teachers with the...
Our Students Are Authors!
The writing of eight NCSC sixth-grade TAG students is included in the inaugural publication of the Hagerstown-Jefferson Township Library’s Hagerstown...
"Everyone has respect for one another, and the teachers go above and beyond to be sure every student feels important."
- Haley Baker
Students are learning at both of our schools to be upstanding and educated individuals with an understanding and appreciation of...
Champion of Education
"It was a pleasure to observe the high levels of engagement and student accountability in all of the classrooms."
- Winky Jenkins-Rice
"It is amazing to work in a school system where people truly care about the students."
- Amy Oliger
"Thanks to HHS, I tested-out of West Point’s French and Spanish programs."
- Nate LaMar
"My wife and I both graduated from Hagerstown and moved back. NCSC definitely has a lot to offer."
- Lee Denhart
"Working in a school that is the heart of the community is a joy. Working together is the best way to insure student success."
- Jennifer Roberts
Nettle Creek Students Appear With RSO!
Community members who attended the latest performance of the Richmond Symphony Orchestra were treated to an introduction to the evening...
"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
"This school is an optimistic and positive environment in which to grow!"
- Andrea Van Meter
"The high school takes pride in promoting positive learning opportunities for all students in a safe and caring environment."
- Carol Rhodus
"Teaching at HES is a great experience. We have an awesome staff and a very supportive community."
- Chad Romack
Nice Job Young Man!
We send a tip of the Tiger’s tail to Ms. Limburg’s third-grade student, Bryce Worden, who is taking a lesson...