Return to In-Person Learning
Earlier this month the Montgomery County Board of Education voted to begin a phased return of students to in-person learning, beginning in March. Virtual learning will continue for all students until the date designated for the start of in-person learning for their grade level. In addition, all families who would like for their students to continue virtual learning for the remainder of the school year will be able to do so. If you would like to make a change from virtual to partial in-person, or from partial in-person to virtual, please click here for more information.
Daily Student Schedule Information
Please click here for Daily Student Schedule Information.
Sunday Evening Message: February 21, 2021
Good evening, Northwest Families, this is Jimmy D’Andrea, principal of Northwest High School, with your Sunday evening message.
Information for Seniors Interested in Having the Seal of Biliteracy on Their Diplomas
The Maryland Seal of Biliteracy is a recognition given to students who achieve a high level of proficiency in one or more languages other than English. Students who receive the designation will receive a medal to wear at graduation and have the distinction noted on their transcript and diploma. Seniors who would like to take the required proficiency test for this designation should visit Maryland Seal of Biliteracy Information to pre-register no later than this Friday, February 26. Click here for more information.
SAT School Day for Juniors: Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Northwest High School is planning to offer the SAT (without the essay) free of charge to interested juniors on the morning of Tuesday, April 13, depending on health and safety conditions. If your 11th grade student is interested in participating, please click here to complete the form.
Anti-Vaping Symposium: Saturday, February 27, 2021
MCPS is hosting a Virtual Anti-Vaping Symposium this Saturday, February 27, at 11:30 am The event is open to all community members and will provide information on the health risks of vaping, preventative measures and community resources that are available. Click here to access.
Sunday Evening Message: February 14, 2021
Good evening, Northwest Families, this is Jimmy D’Andrea, principal of Northwest High School, with your Sunday evening message. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Cap and Gown Sizes Needed for All Seniors by March 15, 2021
MCPS will be purchasing caps and gowns for all seniors this year, and students will receive them in early June. In order to make sure we order the appropriate size for each senior, please complete the Cap and Gown Size Information Form no later than Monday, March 15. If you already paid for a cap and gown, the money will be refunded to your credit card later this month. All seniors, including ones who previously ordered, should complete the Cap and Gown Size Information Form. Please click here to complete the form.
Virtual Ulysses Fair: January 2021
Please click here to visit the Virtual Ulysses Fair - January 2021. The fair showcases the final research projects of the first half of the graduating seniors in the Ulysses Signature Program. All students, parents and community members are encouraged to visit virtually!
Senior Class of 2021 Resource Bank
Please click here for information for the Class of 2021.