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About Normandy High School
Normandy High School opened its doors in 1925 and is the former site of Eden Seminary (now located in Webster Groves).
Today, the NHS campus consists of three classroom buildings and Viking Hall, which doubles as a performing arts venue and sports arena.
NHS enrolls approximately 486 students and is home of the Vikings — Viking Pride is Normandy Strong! NHS boasts esteemed and dedicated alumni, many of whom have returned to their alma mater to serve students as board members, administrators, teachers and staff.
Normandy helps prepare students for life after high school, be it at a college/university or trade school, military, or straight into the world of work. An internship program with Centene Corporation provides seniors an opportunity to gain real-world experience with a Fortune 500 company. Our high school students have access to the rigorous and nationally recognized Project Lead the Way curriculum for biomedical sciences and engineering. Normandy also offers Advanced Placement courses, in addition to dual enrollment/dual credit programs with local colleges and universities. The high school offers career pathway options for students including Career & Technical Education courses in fine arts, entrepreneurship, fashion design, and culinary arts. In 2017, two NHS sophomores in the entrepreneurship track placed among the top 12 in the national finals of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) competition New York City.
In the campus’ North Hall are the alternative education program (C.A.S.A.), and Affinia Healthcare at Normandy High School, a school-based health center. The healthcare center opened its doors in August 2017 to provide physical, mental and behavioral health services to Normandy students, families and staff.
NHS is also home to an award-winning Fine Arts department, which includes the nationally recognized music department. The Marching Band has performed in a variety of local venues as well as the 2016 Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tenn. Students are able to participate in a variety of outlets including choir, piano, orchestra and drama.
Normandy also provides a variety of 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.