Nottingham High School

David Maynard



Kenneth Baxter
Vice Principal

Lynanne De Tore
Vice Principal

Alton Hicks
Supervisor of Athletics

Greg Jones
Dean of Students

Michele Zappala
Administrative Intern

DASA Coordinators:

Greg Jones
Shavonna Fitzgerald

Contact Information:

Main Office: (315) 435-4380
Attendance Office: (315) 435-4383
Guidance Office: (315) 435-4391
Nurses Office: (315) 435-4139


School Address:

3100 E. Genesee St.
Syracuse, NY 13224

School Hours:

7:50 AM-2:26 PM


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

Welcome to the Nottingham High School web site. Nottingham has a number of unique programs, academic, athletic, social and civic, that are an integral part of the school. All of these opportunities give you an opportunity to set the stage for community involvement for the rest of your life. I encourage you to use this website to find out more about the school, keep informed about upcoming events, and immerse yourself in the “Bulldog Culture.”

David P. Maynard, Principal

2017 Syracuse Heart Walk (5k) taking place at the SRC Arena on OCC campus Saturday April 1st:
Registration 8AM
Walk Starts at 10AM


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

  • 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

Graduation 2016: Nottingham High School Candidates for Graduation list
School News
Nottingham Students Raise Trout in the Classroom: “The pH might be high because the ammonia level is high,” Nottingham Natural Resources teacher Jaime Rodriguez explained to students as they tested the water of their classroom fish tank.   As part of a grant funded by the SCSD Educational Foundation , Natural Resources students are raising trout in their class as part of a stream habitat study and to help them learn about ecosystem connectivity.   “We got the trout eggs from the hatchery,” sophomore Abrahim ... more >>
Student Test Scores Show Increase in Achievement: SCSD students made strong gains in the first half of the school year, according to new data highlighting student growth on the STAR ELA and Math Assessments.   The STAR assessments are administered to students in kindergarten through 11 th grade each year in September, December and May and are a screening and progress monitoring tool, showing teachers and school staff students’ baseline knowledge, as well as areas for intervention, remediation or acceleration.   ... more >>
Third Annual SCSD CTE Expo Highlights Unique High School Program Offerings: Eighth graders throughout the SCSD had the opportunity to see firsthand all 24 Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs that will be open to them as high school students, thanks to the third annual SCSD CTE Expo.   Hosted by current CTE students, the Expo allowed eighth graders to experience specialized programs of study ranging from Culinary Arts and Computer Forensics to Fire/Rescue, Drone Technology, Pre-Engineering and more. The CTE Expo was intended to help the eighth grade students ... more >>
SCSD to Host Community Engagement Forum on February 2: The SCSD Board of Education will hold a Community Engagement Forum on  Thursday, February 2 , 2017 from  5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.  in the  Nottingham  High School Cafeteria (3100 East Genesee Street).     There will be a brief presentation, followed by an open question period. We hope to hear from you!     Documents which will be the subject of discussion during the meeting, if any,  will be available prior to the meeting ... more >>
On Point for College Makes Higher Education a Reality for SCSD Students: Dakir Thompson’s junior year at Nottingham wasn’t easy. He was facing some issues at home and was living with his aunt at the time. He heard talk of college while he was at school, but nowhere else. In fact, he wasn’t sure that people like him went to college.   “I didn’t plan on going to college,” Dakir recalled. “I didn’t believe that black people went to college.”   Then, his cousin found out about On Point for College ... more >>

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Important Information

Upcoming Events


Student Climate Survey
Office 365
Active Classroom
Nottingham Support Staff
NYS School Review Report
Summer Reading Lists
'We Are Nottingham' Video


Nottingham Q3 15-16 Receivership Report
Nottingham Q2 Quarterly Report
Nottingham DTSDE Report 2015-2016
Nottingham Revised SIG Plan
Nottingham Final CET Recommendations
Vex Live
Student Support Services Organizational Chart