North Brunswick High School
114 Scorpion Drive
Leland, NC 28451 
 

           Mr. Paul Price, Principal              
Mrs. Kimberly Brown, Assistant Principal
Dr. Callahan-Hayes, Assistant Principal
 Mr. Brad Lewis, Assistant Principal  



NBHS Mission Statement

 

To graduate college and career ready students well-grounded in American democratic principles and prepared to meet the challenges presented by an increasingly global society. 
 

NBHS Vision Statement

 

To be a learning community striving for continual improvement and career and college readiness for our students

North Brunswick High School Student Expectations

Respect yourself by working hard.
Respect others.
 Be on time, seated and ready to learn by the tardy bell.
Raise your hand to seek permission to speak or get out of your seat.
No food or drink is allowed in the classroom (except for water). 


NBHS Theatre Department Presents:

You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, the Musical by Clark Gesner

April 29th @ 7 pm
April 30th @ 2 pm and @ 7 pm
May 1st @ 4 pm

Leland Cultural Arts Center (1212 Magnolia Village Way
Leland, NC 28451)

Tickets will be available for purchase at the door 30 minutes prior to showtime for $5 a piece.


CFNC - College Foundation of North Carolina
www.cfnc.org


            


Free FAFSA completion webinar for students and parents that will take place on January 25, 2016 in the evening and given by Mapping Your Future. 

 http://mappingyourfuture.org/Newsroom/newsroomarticle.cfm?7F54464242595E5C7043445F525D5478740B00090207

April Scholarships

Melvin Thompson Fayetteville State Scholarship – This scholarship is for Seniors who plan on attending Fayetteville state. The student must have a 2.5 GPA or higher. Applications are due April 30th. See the counseling department for an application.

Bar Association Sustainability Essay Contest - $250 scholarship for ALL students. Must write an essay on “how “citizen science” might be used to improve the effectiveness of North Carolina’s efforts to allow development that meets the needs of the present”.  Essays are due April 29th. See the counseling department for an application.

The Artisans of St. James - $1000 scholarship open to Seniors who plan on attending a two or four year college and want to pursue a study of the arts (Visual, Music, Theater, or Dance). Applications are due May 1st. See the counseling department for an application.

Brunswick County GOP Juneteenth Scholarship - $1000 scholarship open to seniors who are planning on going to college. African Americans or other minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. Must be received by mail by May 1st. See the counseling department for an application.

Horatio Alger Scholarship - $2500 scholarship open to seniors who plan to enroll at a community college. Student must plans to complete a career technical program at the community college. Student must demonstrate financial need as well as overcoming adversity. Applications are due June 1st. To apply please go to https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/about-our-scholarship-programs/technical/.

Riddle and Brantley Scholarship - $1000 scholarship given to a senior who plans on attending a 2 or 4 year university. Students must write a persuasive essay about “How to prevent teenagers from drinking and driving.” Applications are due May 20th. To apply please go to http://www.justicecounts.com/college-scholarship/.

Wilmington Ten Foundation Scholarship – Scholarship that is open to seniors who plan on going to a four year degree program. Must be underserved youth. Applications are due April 30th. Please complete the application at www.wiltenfoundation.org