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  • Say Something App

    The Say Something app allows students to anonymously report safety concerns to help someone who may hurt themselves or others. Here's a link to learn more about the Say Something app:

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  • Winter School Parent & Student Information


    Space is limited. Go to to complete the online registration form. Accepted students will be notified prior to the start of winter school.


    Northwood High School will offer winter school in select courses for current students in grades 9-12. Winter school is for students needing to recover credit in a course that they are predicted to fail; it is not for students wanting to take a course for the first time. Students will work at their own pace to complete the course using Apex Learning or teacher-designed materials. Teachers will be monitoring and assisting students. Students should reach out to their counselor for advice on which course they should take to ensure they are taking the right course needed for promotion and graduation. There will be no fee for Winter School. Please note that Winter School will be virtual and not face-to-face. If you need paper packets for Winter School, please let us know ahead of time. Registration for Winter School will close on December 31st, 2021 at 5:00 pm. 


    Dates: January 4 - 21



    • All students enrolled in winter school will be completing credit recovery courses online through at-home learning.
    • Winter school teachers will be available during their winter school office hours to monitor and assist students via Zoom, via phone or e-mail. Office hours will be determined by each individual teacher and will fall between 3:30 pm - 9 pm. 



    Students will need the following materials for class each day.

    • Laptop
    • Notebook with blank paper
    • Pens and pencils
    • Calculator (for all math classes)


    Students are expected to adhere to all rules and policies outlined in the Northwood Student Handbook and the Chatham County Schools Code of Student Conduct. Failure to meet these expectations may result in removal from winter school.


    Credit Recovery is for students who are predicted to fail a course based on their predicted FINAL grade at the midterm progress report for T3. Students will earn a grade of Pass or Fail for the course and the grade will not be factored into the student’s GPA. The original record of the course being completed and failed will remain on the student’s transcript. Click here for more information on Repeating Courses for Credit vs. Credit Recovery. Students must complete all course requirements by the last day of the winter school session.


    Available Credit Recovery Courses

    • English I
    • English II
    • English III
    • English IV
    • Math I
    • Math II
    • Math III
    • Math IV
    • Earth/Environmental Science
    • Biology
    • Physical Science
    • World History
    • American History: The Founding Principles, Civics, and Economics
    • American History I
    • American History II

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  • 2022-2023 Draft Calendar Survey 

    The District Calendar Committee (with representatives from every school) is in the process of developing a draft 2022-2023 school calendar* to present to the Board of Education for their consideration.

    Click here for more Draft Calendar Survey Details

     English Calendar (DRAFT)Spanish Calendar (DRAFT)


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  • Attention parents and community stateholders,

    I hope the school year has started successfully for all of you.  I am writing this letter to let you know that our school, like many other schools across the district and state, has been designated as a Targeted Support & Improvement Additional Targeted Support (TSI-AT). TSI-AT schools in North Carolina are those that may be achieving at high levels as a school, but have two subgroups that are under-performing - Students with Disabilities and English Language Learners. The intent of this opportunity is to improve educational outcomes for all students, close achievement gaps, increase equity, and improve the quality of instruction for all students.

    You can find the areas of focus, and the outline of our school improvement plan linked below. This letter will be emailed to all families on Sunday, December 3rd.

    - Dr. Brad Walston

    Northwood Parent Notification Letter - 2021

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  • Dance Concert

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    Please follow the link to review Schedule Change Information/Guidelines and to access the Schedule Change Request Online Form. Students will also receive an email with details.
    Schedule change requests must be submitted online. You can request a change starting on Monday, November 6th at 7:00am. The online form will close on Tuesday, November 16th at 11:59pm.
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  • Vaping Seminar at Northwood High School

    We are hosting a a Vaping Seminar for parents and students to attend.

    Dr. Justin Byron from UNC Family Medicine will give a presentation about the health effects of e-cigarettes, national trends, how parents should talk with their students about vaping, and the best ways to help students who are already addicted successfully quit. We will also have Q&A after the presentation to address your questions.

    Dr. Byron is an Assistant Professor at the UNC Department of Family Medicine and has over 10 years of experience conducting research on tobacco products including e-cigarettes and other emerging tobacco products. He received his PhD from Johns Hopkins University, studying behavioral sciences and health education.

    Vaping Seminar

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  • College Application Week October 18th - 22nd

    College Application Week is October 18th - 22nd.  During this week, many North Carolina colleges and universities waive their application fees.  If you are applying to college, then this is a great opportunity to apply to college for FREE!  Counselors will be available in the media center each day to assist students with applying. 
    A representative from Central Carolina Community College will also be available to assist students with applications on Friday, Oct. 22nd in the media center.  Seniors should check their email for more detailed information, further instructions, and a chance to win some prizes!
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  • Toys for Tots Fundraiser

    Toys for Tots

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  • 2021-22 Northwood Bus Routes

    Click here for 2021-22 bus routes. The route stops and times are separated on different tabs by morning and afternoon.

    You can "search" the document for your address or nearest stop. Google maps could be a useful tool.

    If you would like to request a stop or have a question, email or call Chasity Byrd-King or Jonathan Gomez. The CCS Transportation Request form is found here.

    We encourage everyone to sign up for Remind for the Bus Route. Our sign up codes are here.


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    PSAT Info


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  • 2021-22 Student Parking Information

    Gym Lot - Spaces direcly in front of the NHS gym. Use Northwood High School Road entrance.

    Main Parking Lot - Largest parking lot in front of the school. Use Northwood High School Road entrance - turn left into the parking lot just before entering through front gate.

    Lower Main - Lower parking spots directly beyond main parking lot. Use Northwood High School Road entrance, then drive through the main lot.

    Pod Parking Lot - Two gravel lots to the right of our bus parking lot. Use Charger Boulevard entrance. 

    Sophomore, Junior, and Senior PARKING APPLICAITON

    Northwood High School Parking Information

    Click here for the 2021-22 Northwood High School student parking information sheet. You will find all the important dates for the parking application process. You can find the Parking Guidelines for the 2021-22 school year here. Our application will be posted online in the coming days, but will not go live until July 26th for Seniors, and July 28th for Juniors. Sophomore can apply if spots remain on August 4th.

    **We will use the new online payment tool SchoolCash for payment this year. You can learn more about that tool here.**

    Contact Adam Lutterloh ( or Beverly Foxx-Williams ( if you have questions.



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  • Register for School Cash

    Chatham County Schools is now using School Cash for all payments to the school. This includes paying for parking passes this year. 

    Use this link to Create an Account with School Cash.

    You will not be able to Attach your School(s) and Student(s) names until the system is LIVE, 8/4.

    All students approved for a parking pass should check their stumail for direct steps to pay for their parking pass. 

    Email Ms. Debbie Esposito at if you have specific payment questions.

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  • Order your yearbook today! 

    Order Your Yearbook Today

    Celebrate your senior with a SENIOR AD

    Order a Senior Ad


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    Summer assignments


    Honors English and AP Course Summer Assignments




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    Weekly Student Bulletin


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  • Transcript Request Information




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  • Academic Pathways


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    Parents are asked to complete a parent verification process before accessing their student's grades and schedule information via the Parent Portal.  This is a one-time process and will need only to be completed in subsequent years if families enroll new students iwthin Chatham County Schools.  Click the link below to access instructions for the Parent Verification Process through the CCS website.



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  • Click here to read The Northwood Omniscient

    Click here to read The Northwood Omniscient

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