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Twilight
New Hampstead High School
2451 Little Neck Road
Bloomingdale, GA 31302
Phone: (912) 395-6789
Fax: (912) 201-7699
Fax: (912)201-7690(counselor)

Tawn Foltz,
Principal
Tawn.Foltz@sccpss.com

Hours: Bell Times

Grades:
9th - 12th

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NHHS SCHOOL PROFILE 2017-18.doc

 

   

 

Administrative Staff

School Counseling Staff

Principal: Tawn Foltz

Assistant Principals:

Kierra Grant, Maria Nessen, Garry Jacobs

Lead Counselor: Toby Barton (Last Name R-Z)

Counselor:           Jill Simoniz (Last Name A-G)

                              Amy D. Jenkins (Last Name H-Q)

Counselor Clerk: Linda Luke (linda.luke@sccpss.com)

 

 

 

   

Community: New Hampstead High School, located in western Chatham County, is a part of the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System whose district encompasses the city of Savannah and its outlying areas. Our doors opened to students on August 27, 2012. Savannah is a small urban port city. The local economy is supported by port businesses, pulp and paper industries, an executive jet company, other support businesses, and the tourism industry. The population of Chatham County is approximately 230,000 residents.

School Information: New Hampstead High School serves approximately 1250 students. Approximately 50% of the 2017 graduating class was accepted and planning to attend a four year school and 10% were accepted and planning to attend a two year or technical school. Typically, students attend Armstrong State University, Georgia Southern University, East Georgia State College, and Savannah Technical College. An additional 10% plan to enlist in the armed services.

Student Achievement:         SAT                                                                       ACT Composite Scores:

            2014     Verbal: 449      Math: 425                                                          2016: 17.5                                                         2015     Verbal: 451      Math: 433                                                          2015: 18.9

            2016     Verbal: 480      Math: 445                                                          2016  17.3

Advanced Placement (AP) Program: New Hampstead High School offers a variety of AP classes. For the 2016-2017 school year, AP classes are offered in Art, English Language & Literature, Psychology, and U.S. History.  Additional points (5) are added to the final grade for AP classes. 

 

Honors Coursework: Honors classes are available in English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. These classes are designated as “Honors” on the transcript. Additional points (3) are added to the final grade for Honors classes.

Bonus Points and the HOPE Scholarship: Additional points are added to the final passing semester grade for Honors classes (3) and for AP classes (5). “Bonus Points” from AP and Honors classes are removed from a student’s final grade prior to HOPE GPA calculations.

Grading Scale: Scholarship Conversion Scale = 90-100 A, 80-89 B, 70-79 C, Below 70 Failing. GPAs are on a 100 point scale. We do not convert GPAs to a 4.0 scale.

Class Rank: Rank is computed at the end of the junior year and the end of the first semester of the senior year. Class rank is determined by the numerical average of all grades for all subjects; rank is cumulative for all four years. Honors and AP grades receive three and five honors points, respectively, in the computation. 

Transcript Code for Dual Enrollment (MOWR): DE indicates dual enrolment classes through the colleges. During the 2016-17 school year 120 students were enrolled in at least one or more courses.

 

Graduation Requirements:

      20 hours of Community Service is a requirement for graduation.

      There is only one diploma but students choose between the College Prep Pathway and a CTAE Pathway.      

Entering 2008-2009

 

CP Pathway

CTAE Pathway

English

 

4

4

Mathematics

 

4

4

Science

 

4

4

Social Studies (4 classes)

 

3

3

Foreign Language

 

2

Students entering 2015:  3

1

Health/Physical Ed

 

1

1

CTAE (3 in a Pathway)

 

0

4

Elective

 

6

3

Total Credits

 

24

24