Norwich High School

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United States
Coordinates 42°31′40″N 75°30′53″W / 42.527852°N 75.514648°W / 42.527852; -75.514648Coordinates: 42°31′40″N 75°30′53″W / 42.527852°N 75.514648°W / 42.527852; -75.514648
School type High school
School district Norwich City School District
Superintendent Gerard O'Sullivan
CEEB code 334240
NCES School ID 362133003039[1]
Principal Kermit Moyer
Faculty Not Reported (on an FTE basis) [1]
Grades 912
Gender Coeducational [1]
Enrollment 687 [1] (2010-2011 school year)
 • Grade 9 177 [1]
 • Grade 10 177 [1]
 • Grade 11 151 [1]
 • Grade 12 182 [1]
Student to teacher ratio Not Reported [1]
Language English
Campus Town: Distant
Purple and White
Mascot Purple Tornado

Norwich High School is a public high school located in Norwich, Chenango County, New York, U.S.A., and is the only high school operated by the Norwich City School District.

The Norwich High School, (abbr. 'NHS'), is located on Midland Drive in Norwich, New York and is connected to the adjacent Norwich Middle School. NHS is known as the "Home of the Purple Tornado", the mascot symbol and pride of the Norwich City School District athletic teams, dawning the spirit colors of purple and white.

The current principal is Kermit Moyer.

The NHS/NMS buildings have recently undergone renovations, as well as Ulrich Field, the school's athletic field.

Norwich High School houses grades 9-12 with approximately 650 students. Class sizes averages between 18-23 students. The high school offers a variety of courses which include Honors, Advanced Placement (English, Art, Social Studies, Science, Foreign Language) College level through Morrisville (Science and Math) and a variety of electives. In addition, a program in conjunction with Rochester Institute of Technology, titled Project Lead the Way, is available. This course affords students the opportunity to take college level courses in engineering while enrolled in high school.