The Lifetouch photographer will be in the building in the pool lobby on Nov. 1 for students who need to have their picture taken and for retakes. We encourage all students to have their pictures taken, even if they do not plan to purchase pictures, because these photos will be used to make their student ID card.
The Department of Continuing Education will again offer SAT preparation classes in English and Math this fall, beginning in early September. A schedule for each and registration details are available here
Summertime allows us to choose books we are interested in and enjoy reading them at our leisure while keeping our analytical minds active. In September, all students will participate in classroom assignments related to their summer reading experiences. Summer reading recommendations and resources from the English Department [PDF]
The Schenectady and Niskayuna School Districts in collaboration with Capital Region BOCES will be offering a High School Summer Program at Schenectady High School. This is a fully accredited program that will be made available only to registered students of Schenectady and Niskayuna schools. Information about registering, courses, schedule, and August Regents exams
Java Jive is always a special night and between the performances on May 19 and the cause they benefitted, this year was no exception. Congratulations to all of the performers, who are listed below, and the Creative Writing Club for hosting another successful night of song and spoken word. Read more and view photos
As we approach the final weeks of school, the high school is providing the schedules and informational reminders for local and Regents exams. June 2017 exam information
Summer 2017 Driver Education Information Registration dates will be May 15-26, with a deadline of 12 noon on May 26 for all applications to be in. Registration information can be picked up at the high school's East Office. The cost is $350. Openings will be filled starting with seniors, in the order of oldest to youngest. The dates for the course are July 5-August 8. Students must be available from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., 5 days a week during this time frame. Students should not sign up for the course unless they can attend every class. In order to be eligible students must be 16 years of age on or before July 5th, 2017 and must be in possession of a driver's license or a valid learner's permit before the course begins.
Mike Jones' legacy of excellence in language education and advocacy for his students, was recognized by the Capital District YMCA with its Outstanding Educator Award on April 5. Five Niskayuna High School seniors were honored for their nomination as Outstanding Students at the organizaton's annual awards breakfast, held at Key Hall at Proctors. READ MORE
If you hear the name Jad Jacobs in Niskayuna, you will also likely hear "Opus 12" mentioned in the same breath. Why? Sixteen-year-old Jacob is the writer, director and editor of the web series Opus 12 which featured classmates and Niskayuna staff in its debut in 2015. read more
An orientation program for the parents of students who will enter 9th grade in September 2017 was held at the High School on Thursday, Jan. 5. View the presentation from the orientation program [PDF]
The Niskayuna HS Program of Studies for 2017-18 is now available right here. This document includes course descriptions and will guide planning in the months leading up to the 2017-18 school year.
With pens poised to sign, sixteen student-athletes from the Niskayuna class of 2017 were honored by Principal John Rickert as he read aloud their accomplishments, both athletic and academic. read more
Student Forum provides a regular venue for Niskayuna High School students to engage with the high school and district administration and Board of Education members. Meetings are open to all high school students. More information, meeting schedule & minutes