Nottingham High School



 

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Principal
Kenneth Baxter
Vice Principals
Lynanne De Tore
Michele Zappala

Administrative Intern
David Pierce
DASA Coordinators
Greg Jones
Shavonna Fitzgerald
School Hours
7:50 AM - 2:26 PM
School Address 
3100 E. Genesee St. | Syracuse, NY 13224
Main Office
(315) 435-4380
Attendance Office
(315) 435-4383
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-4139
Guidance Office
(315) 435-4391

Calendar

 

The mission of William Nottingham High School is to create college and career ready students who will become productive members of our society.

 

Parents and students can access the Home Access Center to look at student schedules as they stand now from the Nottingham FACES website at www.nottinghamptso.org.

  • Scroll down to the LINKS menu on the right side of the home page, and look for Home Access Center.
  • You can also get to the Home Access Center from the school district’s website at www.scsd.us

Career and Technical Education

Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered at Nottingham High School include Business Technology, Construction Technology and Natural Resources. To learn more about these programs, visit our CTE program homepage.
School News
Town Hall Meeting Town Hall Meeting: Please join Principal Baxter and the administrative team on 9/21/2021 at 7:00 pm for our first Nottingham Town Hall meeting of the year. Join by clicking here:  Town Hall Meeting more >>
SCSD Students Impact City through Syracuse Youth Advisory Council SCSD Students Impact City through Syracuse Youth Advisory Council: Several SCSD students had the opportunity to participate in the 2021 Syracuse Youth Advisory Council, an advisory group established by the Syracuse Common Council and facilitated by the SCSD Social Studies Department. Through their virtual meetings, the students identified community issues, learned about public policy and created projects focusing on community improvement, development and support.   Helena Giner (Nottingham) and Brian Huyn (Henninger) created an accessible comprehensive ... more >>
SCSD Student Athletes Persevere and Thrive Despite COVID Athletic Seasons SCSD Student Athletes Persevere and Thrive Despite COVID Athletic Seasons: We are so proud of all of our students for persevering through the challenges of a school year impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic!   Student athletes faced additional challenges – with cancelled or delayed seasons and new rules and regulations to allow them to safely practice their sports during the pandemic. Each SCSD high school recently hosted an athletic awards night, to honor the student athletes who went above and beyond in their academics and their athletics this year. See ... more >>
Tune In for LIVE SCSD Graduation Ceremonies This Week! Tune In for LIVE SCSD Graduation Ceremonies This Week!: This year, all SCSD graduation ceremonies will be available to watch LIVE by visiting the SCSD Facebook page ! Visit Facebook.com/SyracuseCitySchools at the start times listed below to tune in... a live streaming post will appear as the graduation ceremony begins. We hope you'll join us virtually to cheer on this year's #SCSDGraduates ! Thursday, June 17 - 6 pm - Corcoran Friday, June 18 - 6 pm - Nottingham Sunday, June 20 - 10 am - Henninger Sunday, June 20 - 1 pm - ... more >>
Nottingham Student Work Shown at Playwright Festival Nottingham Student Work Shown at Playwright Festival: For Nottingham senior Tyler Dale, the third time really is a charm: the third year he entered a script into the Syracuse Stage Young Playwright Contest, his work was selected and he was named a finalist!   During his sophomore year, Tyler wrote what he calls a “silly drama” about a depressed, drunken sailor being consoled by his neighbor. When that story didn't make the final cut, he tried again the following year, submitting a comedy-drama about a reclusive author having ... more >>


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Important Information

Liberty Partnerships Program
Liberty Partnerships Program (LPP) at Onondaga Community College, Le Moyne College and Syracuse University works with all five SCSD high schools, and three SCSD middle schools, as students pursue their high school graduation. Funded by the New York State Education Department, LPP offers academic support, college/career readiness assistance and social/emotional programming to address the holistic needs of our students.

There are currently three LPP programs connected to SCSD schools. Check out the links below to learn more about the individual programs and apply.

Onondaga Community College (OCC)
Le Moyne College
 




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Student and Family Supports are Available!
The SCSD has many academic, social, emotional and mental health supports available to students. School social workers can help connect you and your child to in school and/or out of school supports that meet your needs. Please call us at (315) 435-4380 and ask to speak with a Social Worker for more information and assistance.

Links

Office 365
Active Classroom
Naviance Succeed
Nottingham Class Websites
NYS School Review Report
Online Tutoring Support
Panorama Survey

Downloads

2021-22 Nottingham School Comprehensive Education Plan (SCEP)