New Castle Senior High School
We Are the Champions Print
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Congratulations to Coach Blundo and the Red Hurricane Boys Basketball Team for clinching the PIAA State Championship in Hershey.  We are so proud of you! Way to bring home the gold!! 

 
NC Students Shine at PJAS Competition Print

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PJAS (Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science) is the state sponsored science fair where students design and perform their own science research project and present their findings to a panel of adult scientist judges.  Five hundred and twenty students from 51 schools in the 9 surrounding counties participated in the PJAS Competition held at Slippery Rock University on Saturday, March 1st. 

Out of those 520 students, 45 New Castle students received 1st place awards!  Forty of our students received 2nd place awards, and none had a third or fourth award!  This is the largest group of 1st place winners of ANY school (private, public, parochial, cyber, charter or home-school) in the entire state of PA!  

Thanks to all 85 of the great New Castle kids who presented, and congratulations to the 45 students who will represent New Castle at the PJAS State Meeting in May.

Special thanks to the following teachers/sponsors for the hundreds of hours they put in after school to prepare and coach these fine students:  Mr. Bill Bradley, Mrs. Susan Harlan, Mr. Chadd Quimby, Mrs. Suzette Senchak, and Mrs. Leah Ann Williams. 

For a complete list of PJAS results, please click here .

 
Program of Studies 2013-14 Print

Click here for the 2013-14 Program of Studies and Course Description Guide

 
February Forensics Tournament Print

Several junior and senior high students  placed at the Lawrence County Forensics Tournament on Wednesday, February 26th.

In the junior high division, Jonah Warner won first place for his informative speech and his impromptu presentation.  Owen Lewis also won first place for his impromptu presentation.  Mia Esolodo and Alli Hunkele won first place for their duo presentation, while Alexa Reider and Victoria Young won second place, and Maria Cade and Grace Currie won third place.  Maria also won first place for her impromptu presentation.

In the senior high division Cassandra Maas and Michelle Pfahles won third place for their duo reading, and Araycia Byers won third place for impromptu speaking.

The tournament was held at Northminster Church and hosted by Mohawk, Hermitage, and Riverside School Districts.

 
A Celebration of Diversity Print

On Friday, February 7th a "Celebration of Diversity" to honor the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics will be hosted by the Nutrition Plus, Service-Learning, and Desktop Publishing classes. Students from the Nutrition Plus and Service-Learning classes are preparing appetizers and desserts from each country involved in the Olympics, while the Desktop Publishing students are creating posters and flags from all Olympic countries.

All school administrators and Senior High staff are encouraged to attend.  The celebration will be held during Periods 1, 2, 3, BC, and DE in Room 111.

Mrs. Joseph, Mrs. Saymansky, and their fellow Nutrition teachers hope to expand culinary knowledge and to celebrate diversity during the Sochi Winter Olympics.    

 
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New Castle Senior High School
300 East Lincoln Ave.
New Castle, PA 16101
Phone: (724) 656-4700
Fax: (724) 658-3916

Principal: Mr. Richard Litrenta
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