Norwalk High School (Connecticut)

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Norwalk High School
Norwalk High School (Connecticut) logo.jpg
55 County Street
Norwalk, Connecticut 06851
United States
Coordinates 41°7′19″N 73°23′22″W / 41.12194°N 73.38944°W / 41.12194; -73.38944Coordinates: 41°7′19″N 73°23′22″W / 41.12194°N 73.38944°W / 41.12194; -73.38944
Type Public
Motto Our Mission Spells SUCCESS
Established 1902
School district Norwalk School District
Superintendent Dr. Steven Adamowski
Principal Reginald Roberts
Faculty approx. 100
Grades 9-12
Enrollment approx. 1,700
Color(s) Green and White         
Nickname Bears
Information (203) 838-4481

Norwalk High School is a secondary school located in Norwalk, Connecticut, USA. It is the oldest high school in Norwalk, created in 1902. The current building for the school was built in 1971.

The school mascot is a bear and the school colors are green and white. Its crosstown rival is Brien McMahon High School and the two schools compete annually in football on Thanksgiving day. The $4 million Shea-Magrath Sports Complex, which includes the astroturf Testa Field sits just to the south of the school. It replaced the aging Andrews Field, located 1/4 mile west of the school. The school is a member of the FCIAC athletic conference. The school also contains a theater, gymnasium, swimming pool, library, and cafeteria.

The school is divided into 4 lettered houses (A, B, D, and E) with a housemaster in charge of students in his/her house. Norwalk High School also has a Science wing that was built in the mid-late 2000s. Students are assigned lockers, homerooms, and guidance counselors within their house.

The NHS Bears girls' basketball team won the FCIAC championship in 1999, and then lost in the Class LL state championship in 1999. They then won another FCIAC championship in 2000, and won the Class LL state championship in 2000.

The NHS Bears boys' soccer team won the 2002 FCIAC championship and advanced to the FCIAC championship and Class LL state championship in 2004. The NHS Bears boys' team won the 2012 FCIAC state championship.

The NHS Bears baseball team won the FCIAC championship in 2007, then proceeded to be eliminated in the second round of that Class LL state tournament.

The NHS Bears outdoor track team won the FCIAC championship in 1967 and 1995.

West Rocks Middle School and Nathan Hale Middle School feed into Norwalk High School.

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Former high school building, now City Hall
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