Nottingham High School



 

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Principal
Wil Mecum
Vice Principals
Kenneth Baxter
Lynanne De Tore
Michele Zappala
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
SCSD Athletes Attend Inaugural Manny Breland SCSD Empowerment Conference SCSD Athletes Attend Inaugural Manny Breland SCSD Empowerment Conference: Student athletes from Corcoran, Henninger, ITC, Nottingham and PSLA at Fowler recently came together for the Inaugural Manny Breland Empowerment Conference. Held in advance of the third annual SCSD Showcase Basketball Invitational, the event was intended to help empower current student athletes by letting them hear firsthand the success stories of SCSD alumni.   Students gathered at PSLA at Fowler to hear speakers including Bishop G. Maxwell Jones (Central Tech), Pastor of The Apostolic ... more >>
Career Coaches Provide Real-World Advice for P-TECH Students Career Coaches Provide Real-World Advice for P-TECH Students: Through the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program, SCSD students can earn a high school diploma, an Associate’s degree at no cost within 5 or 6 years, and gain valuable workplace learning experience.   Thanks to a growing Career Coaches model, students in the program are also able to take part in regularly planned project-based activities with local business professionals working in their areas of interest. Projects range from students conducting informational ... more >>
Two SCSD Students Named QuestBridge Scholars Two SCSD Students Named QuestBridge Scholars: Corcoran student Bhadra Mishra and Nottingham student Ahmed Almohamed have both been marched as QuestBridge scholars, receiving full-ride college scholarships! In 2019, out of 14,926 applications, 5,842 students were selected as National College Match Finalists. Finalists must exhibit high academic achievement and qualify financially, and out of the finalists, only 1,127 were selected to receive scholarships.   Bhadra will be attending Bowdoin College, where she plans to major in math ... more >>
High School Students Build Dialogue Facilitation Skills in Seeds of Peace Training High School Students Build Dialogue Facilitation Skills in Seeds of Peace Training: Syracuse Seeds of Peace are high school students who work to develop relationships between members of their school communities. Twenty-one Syracuse Seeds representing all five SCSD high schools spent a recent Saturday engaged in dialogue facilitator training with visiting Seeds of Peace U.S. Program Director Andrew Koskinen and U.S./U.K. Program Manager Eliza O’Neil. The visitors led enthusiastic students through activities, simulations, and dialogue to help them develop skills in facilitating ... more >>
Nottingham Students Take the Lead with Student-Led Conferences Nottingham Students Take the Lead with Student-Led Conferences: For the second year in a row, Nottingham students took the lead – serving as moderators of what have traditionally been called parent-teacher conferences.   Families were presented with a two-hour window, during which they could stop by the school to engage with their child, and the child’s teacher, about progress and challenges so far in the school year.   “We believe student-led conferences are beneficial because they really help connect families and students ... more >>


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Important Information

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
Odysseyware
Online Tutoring Support
Panorama Survey
Summer Reading Lists

Downloads

Nottingham's 1st Spring Fling Wellness Fair
Bulldog Booster Club Sixth Annual Golf Tournament & Fundraiser
Nottingham HS 2018-19 SCEP
Vex Live