Award Year: 2016

Nanuet Senior High School

103 Church Street
Nanuet, NY, 10954-3030

(845) 627-9808

Dr. Vincent A. Carella, Principal at time of Nomination

Nanuet Union Free School District

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Mission

The Nanuet School District is committed to the personal development of each student so that upon graduation, he or she is prepared and inspired to apply learning in a changing, complex, and interdependent world.

Student Demographics
  • Black/African American: 4%
  • White: 67%
  • Hispanic: 14%
  • Asian: 14%
  • Two or more races: 1%
  • ELL: 1%
  • Economically Disadvantaged: %
Application
Spirit Week is a highlight of every school year.

Spirit Week is a highlight of every school year.

Sweeping changes and new challenges in education have had significant implications for students, parents, and faculty. Nanuet Senior High School views these as opportunities for growth, all while adhering to our district's mission and belief statement: "The Nanuet School District is committed to the personal development of each student so that upon graduation, he or she is prepared and inspired to apply learning in a changing, complex and interdependent world." To achieve this goal, the administrators, teachers, parents and community work collaboratively to provide for the academic, social, emotional and physical development of every student. This collaboration exists in every aspect of our school through our scaffolded approach to learning. Our interconnectedness allows us to communicate through a variety of teams and task forces, and it is this ability to communicate that allows us to educate the whole child and to stand out as a high performing school.

We attribute our success in accomplishing our District mission to a rich and rigorous curriculum that motivates children to learn; to providing access for students and teachers to the latest technology; to our use of assessments and assessment data which drive instruction; to the numerous and engaging opportunities for enrichment; to support services for students; to ongoing professional development opportunities; to family and community support; to school leadership; and to a school culture and climate that nurtures and inspires.