Celebrating Our Centennial!
Opening our doors for the 1923-24 school year, Normandy High School (NHS) is celebrating 100 years of educating students and serving our community this school year. The school’s origin began due to the cost of sending Normany students to other schools for High School. Negotiations began with the German Evangelical Society for purchasing Eden Seminary (now located in Webster Grove), which at the time was located at Lucas and Hunt and St. Charles Rock Road. There were twenty-four acres with a four-story brick building as well as three brick and two frame residences on the property at the time. A frame building north of the seminary building was used as a gymnasium.
During the April 1924 election, voters authorized the issue of $200,000 in bonds for the purchase of Eden Seminary. The High School and the seminary jointly used the facilities for the 1923-24 school year and shared expenses of maintenance. Approximately 300 students enrolled on the first day, with 13 teachers joining them.
Today, the NHS campus comprises six major buildings and Viking Hall, which doubles as a performing arts venue and sports arena. The campus is currently undergoing a $26 million renovation that will upgrade facilities and create a new Welcome Center.
Normandy also provides various options for students to express their Viking Pride on the field and the court. Vikings can participate in basketball (girls & boys), baseball, cheerleading, cross country, softball, football, girls' soccer, track & field, volleyball, and wrestling.
2023-2024 School and Dismissal Times:
Start: 7:20 a.m
Dismissal: 2:30 p.m.
Normandy Schools Collaborative prepares global leaders for college, career and productive citizenship by empowering a community of confident learners and valuing the unique contributions of every student.
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Winter Break Monday, December 18. Students return on Tuesday, January 2,2024.
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