• NEASC Report

     

    Providing a college preparatory curriculum for all students, Norwell High School is an academically rigorous secondary school accredited by the New England Association of Schools and colleges.
    The high school's 650 students take at least five major subjects and are required to carry a minimum of six courses per semester.

    Graduation requirements include the successful completion of four years of English, mathematics, sciences and social studies, as well as courses in the unified arts and computer technology, and a minimum three years in a foreign language.

    Fifteen Advanced Placement courses are offered in art, biology, calculus, chemistry, English composition, English literature, European history, French, Latin, physics, psychology, Spanish, statistics, U.S. government and U.S. history.
    Over 90% of Norwell High School students participate in its co-curricular programs (athletics, drama, music, publications and clubs).
    Norwell High School students consistently score above the state and national averages on the SAT and other standardized tests, and 98% of the class of 2010 are pursuing post secondary education, with 91% of the class going on to four year colleges. Norwell students are
    also eligible to attend South Shore Vocational Technical High School in Hanover, which offers a wide variety of career-oriented programs.