2017-18 Curriculum Guidebook
Click here to see the courses and information for next year!
Humanities Elective Courses include:
AVID -(Advancement Via Individual Determination) to support students "in the middle”, prepare for and be successful in college
AP American Government
AP Art History
AP French Language
AP Human Geography
Journalism : Oracle Newspaper
Journalism : Echo Literary Magazine
Journalism: Phalanx Yearbook
AP Language/American Literature
AP Literature and Composition
AP Spanish Language
AP US History
AP World History
Humanities related Clubs and Activities:
Chinese Culture Club
Echo Literary Magazine
Student Government Association
Jewish Culture Club
Junior Classical League
Model United Nations
Spanish Culture Club
Spartan Writer’s Circle
Spanish Honor Society
21st Century Leaders
Emory's Dr. Bern, MD & Neuroeconomics Professor
speaks to AP Psych
Spartan Helen Berns with her Dad, dog Callie adn AP Psych teacehr Gwen Kaminsky after Dr. Bern's fascinating presentation about using brain imaging techniques with dogs to better understand human and canine motivation and decision making.
Ali & Ashley headed to China
Ali Shindell and Ashely Tousana with Chinese teacher Ms. Weng, have won full summer language scholarships from the US State Dept!
Welcome Mingde High School Teachers and Students to Atlanta and NSCHS!
Cultural exchange trip September 30-October 9, 2015
2016 National Spanish Exam
In late March many Spanish students took the National Spanish Exam and we are excited to announce 3 National Winners: Elaine Wen - gold (98 percentile) placed 2nd in the state; Nivi Bash- silver (85 Percentile)and Jacob Lewis - bronze (84 percentile). Congrats to all.
Nathan Buffington awarded
2016 Law Week Scholarship
Nathan's scholarship from the firm of Roy Barnes was presented by Alison Barnes Salter esq
The Oracle wins Superior Ranking
The 2015-16 Oracle Online Newspaper has earned a Superior Ranking from The Georgia Scholastic Press Association. This means North Springs is one of the top 5 high school online news sources in the state! Way to go Oracle Editor-in-chief Seth Hochman and staff Matan Berman, Emma Barhoumi, Zephyr Strosnider, Alexa Rakusin and David Reid.