Norview High School

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Norview High School
Norview Piolts.png
Address
6501 Chesapeake Boulevard
Norfolk, Virginia, 23513
United States
Coordinates 36°54′0.5″N 76°14′25.1″W / 36.900139°N 76.240306°W / 36.900139; -76.240306Coordinates: 36°54′0.5″N 76°14′25.1″W / 36.900139°N 76.240306°W / 36.900139; -76.240306
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School type Public, high school
Founded 1922
School district Norfolk City Public Schools
Superintendent Dr. Stephen C. Jones
Principal Marjorie Stealey
Assistant principals Stacie Armstead
John Hatcher
Alice Williams
Sonja Hale
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1800+
Language English
Campus Suburban
Color(s) Royal blue and white
         
Athletics conference Virginia High School League
AAA Eastern Region
Eastern District
Mascot Pilots
Rival Granby High School
Website

Norview High School is a public high school in central Norfolk, Virginia. Norview High School is one of the five local high schools that serve the city. It is home of the Dodson Scholars Program and the Leadership Center for Science and Engineering program (or commonly referred to as LCSE). On February 2, 1959, Norview High School admitted its first African American students to attend the previously all-white school. These students were a part of the Norfolk 17, who were first to integrate schools in Virginia.

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