50+ Years of Excellence!

and Still Growing in Academics through...Attitude ~ Athletics ~ Attendance ~ Accountability

Welcome to Our School

Upcoming Events

Monday, October 6
Picture Remakes
Order forms are available in the office.
Saturday, October 11
Concert: Darrell Harwood

See Flyer on Home Page

Thursday, October 16
Fall Driver's Ed Parent Meeting - 6:00 pm
See flyer on home page.

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Beginning November 6th, parents will be able to create an account in Power School.  This will allow access to view your child's grades, attendance, test history, and much more.

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Today, 10/2/2014
High: 80 Low: 57
Mostly sunny
9% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 10/3/2014
High: 73 Low: 51
Rain showers
79% chance of precipitation.


CONGRATULATIONS to the Construction Classes at North Wilkes High School
Winner of the 2014 Playhouse Showcase
Sponsored by the Wilkes - Yadkin Home Builders Association

Instructor:  Michael Johnson

Many thanks to our suppliers and sponsors:  Barry and Jonathan at Cox Wood Products, Steve Helderman at East Coast Millwork, Atrium Windows, BlueLinx, Jenkins Wholesale, Weyerhaueser, PrimeSource, and still others.  Extra special thanks to Doug Combs - Blevins Building Supply - for coordinating supplies, materials, and logistics involving these and other suppliers.

Congratulations also goes to Josh and Stephanie Bennett of Boone - winners by drawing of this fabulous Playhouse.

Mr. Johnson presents keys to Amelia.

As the winner of this showcase, North Wilkes receives $750 for its construction classes.
Presented by Marshall Long, EO - Homebuilders Association of Wilkes & Yadkin Counties and
Debbie Franklin, Store Manager - Carolina West Wireless

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Upcoming Concert

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About Us

NWHS Meets Expected Growth for the 2012-2013 School Year

Mission Statement

North Wilkes High School is committed to establishing a tradition of excellence in academics, attitude, and athletics.  The staff believes that all students can learn and that their success is directly tied to strong leadership, high expectations, a positive learning climate, and data-driven curriculum instruction.  We share the responsibility for the education of our students with the home and community.  Further, we believe that by creating a climate for continuous improvement we will better be able to meet our goals.

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