• General Profile

    Northwestern High School is a public high school in Rock Hill Schools.  The city of Rock Hill is located just south of Charlotte, North Carolina.

    Northwestern High School:

    • Has a current enrollment of 1870 students
    • Is a comprehensive high school for grades 9-12
    • Is accredited by the State of South Carolina and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
    • Utilizes a 4 X 4 block schedule

    Curriculum Profile

    More than two hundred courses are offered, including International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement, Dual Credit, Honors, College-Preparatory, and Applied Technology courses.

    • International Baccalaureate:

    Biology HL; Chemistry; English HL; French SL; History of the Americas HL: Information Technology in a Global Society; Math Studies SL; Mathematics SL; Music SL; Spanish B SL; Twentieth Century History Topics; Theory of Knowledge

    • Advanced Placement:

    American History; Art; Biology; Calculus AB; Chemistry; Computer Science; English Language & Composition; European History; Spanish

    • Dual Credit:

    Anatomy & Physiology 101; Calculus/Math 140; Criminal Justice 101; English Composition 101/102; History 101/102;  Intro. to Forensic Science 150;  Math 101;  Psychology 101;  Teacher Cadet 101

    • Honors:

    Art; Band; Biology; Chemistry; Chorus; Civil Engineering & Architecture; Digital Electronics; French; Physics; Pre-calculus; Spanish

    Student Profile

    The graduating class of 2018 consisted of 466 students.

    • 74% continuing directly to college
    • 43% attending 4-year colleges
    • 31% attending 2-year colleges

    220 students took the SAT with an average composite score of 1096.

    • Mean evidence-based reading & writing:  566
    • Mean math: 530

    438 students took the ACT with an average composite score of 18.2.



  • Graduation Requirements
     
     English
     4 units
     Math 4 units
     U.S. History
     1 unit
     Gov/Econ 1 unit
     Other Social Studies
     1 unit
     Science 3 units
     Physical Education
     1 unit
     Health Combination
     1 unit
     Computer Science
     1 unit
     Electives 7 units
     TOTAL REQUIRED
     24 units


  • Occupational-Based Diploma:

    • Students receiving an Occupational Diploma receive no Carnegie units or credits for courses.

     

    For more information on the South Carolina Uniform Grading Policy, please visit:

    • http://ed.sc.gov/agency/Standards-and-Learning/Academic-Standards/old/hsr/UGP.html



  • Faculty Information - Degrees Earned
     
     Bachelor's Degree
     33
     Bachelor's Degree plus 18 hours
       6
     Master's Degree
     54
     Master's Degree plus 30 hours
     14
     Doctorate   3
     National Board Certified
     16


  • Counselors - Alphabetical Caseloads
     
     Debbie Cabaniss
     A - Ca
     Bridget Elmore
     Ce - Ga
     Kim Howell
     Ge - K
     Sharon Bybee
     Lo - Pa
     Rena Hill
     Pe - S
     Bobby Page
     La - Ll and T - Z