Colleges on Campus
Loyola Marymount University will have a representative on campus on Monday, Oct 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and California State University Dominguez Hills will have a rep on campus on Tuesday, Oct 28th 9 to 10 a.m. Please see Mr. Givens if you are interested in meeting with the reps while on campus.
Colleges on Campus - University of Southern California
Representatives from USC and College Access will be on campus on Tuesday October 28th from 11 - 12:30pm. An information presentation will be given from 11:30am - 11:55am in H-1 and an information table will be set up during lunch. To sign up to attend the information session, please see Mr. Weaver or Mr. Givens.
Attention NMSS Warriors –
Please stop by the Front Office to pick up your medical forms if you are interested in participating in the fall sports being offered through Gardena High School. Students will be able to try-out for football, cross country, volleyball and tennis. A physical is mandatory to participate in any sport. Physicals can be obtained through the Health Clinic located on the Gardena High School campus. The clinic is open Monday thru Friday from 9am – 3pm.
Try-out dates will be announced soon. Any questions please contact Assistant Principal Samantha Navarro at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-999-6162.
Uniform Website Open
The NMSS e-store is now open and accepting uniform orders for the 2014-2015 school year. All students will receive 2 free uniform shirts when they pick up their schedule. Additional shirts and sweatshirts can be ordered from the online store until AUGUST 17th. The store will close August 17th and pre-packaged orders with students name will be delivered to the school in approximately two weeks.
For more information, please click on the link for the flyer.
To visit the e-store, click HERE
Diplomas and final transcripts are available for pick up Monday through Thursday from 8:30am – 2:00pm. Please see Mr. Givens in room G8.
Community Services Hours available!
Students – NOW is the time to start working on community service hours! If you want to volunteer your time to help at NMSS this summer, you will get the community service hours you NEED to graduate. Please contact Mrs. Callis or Ms. Robertson at 301-999-6162 to arrange a time to come in.
NMSS Text and Email Messaging System
Dear Parents and Students
In an ongoing effort to improve communication among all stakeholders, NMSS has created a free Remind 101 account, which allows us to send text messages directly to your cell phone or email address. Please follow the instructions below to receive important messages from NMSS.
How to Sign up:
To receive messages via text, text @nmssw to (657) 900-5160. You can opt out at any time by replying “unsubscribe@nmssw”.
To receive messages via email, send an email to email@example.com. To unsubscribe, reply “unsubscribe” in the subject line.
All messages sent with Remind 101 are sent via an anonymous phone number issued when you sign up, so your personal number and information will never be seen. All messages sent go to the entire school without reply. This is a one way text messaging and email system.
Dear Students and Parents –
It has come to our attention that our uniform vendor, Top Banana, as moved from their current location in the South Bay Pavilion. They will now be located at 1624 S. Main St., Los Angeles, CA 90015 tel.#213-745-7174. Top Banana will still be available to embroider the NMSS logo on approved uniform shirts, and due to the farther location, they will do so for $4.00 each.
To accommodate our student’s needs, NMSS has decided to keep uniforms in stock on campus. NMSS will begin to sell uniforms at Back to School Night on Thursday August 29th. We will continue to sell uniform shirts and students can come to the main office to purchase them.
Click HERE to see the uniforms available for purchase.
NMSS is accepting applications for the 2013-2014 school year. NMSS will be co-locating in a separate adjacent area on the Gardena Senior High School Campus. Interested students can fill out an application HERE or by contacting our main office at 310-999-6162.
Gardena Bus Routes Now Available
The Gardena Bus Routes that service our new location at Gardena HS have been uploaded to the STUDENT resource section of the website.
Please click HERE to view the bus routes.
New Millennium Secondary School has MOVED!
The Warriors have a new home on the campus of Gardena High School. The main office at the South Bay Pavilion will be closed permanently as of Thursday August 8th. The main office will be located in room G-1 on the Gardena Campus and will be open from 8:00am – 3:30pm. School starts for all grades on the Gardena Campus on Monday August 12th at 8:00am.
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WASC Accreditation Granted Through 2018!
06/02/2012 The accreditation results from the WASC visit in March have been announced. NMSS received a 6 year accreditation term, the longest term available, thus extending our accreditation to 2018. Congratulations to all parents, students, and staff who worked so diligently on the self-study report and during the WASC visit to ensure that all of the great things happening at NMSS were noticed.
WASC Completes Accreditation Visit and Report
03/08/2012 NMSS welcomed a committee of five education experts this week to conduct a site visit for the Western Accreditation of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The WASC team arrived on March 4 and stayed through March 7th. During that time, they visited every classroom, talked to students, staff, and parents, and observed all aspects of the school. At the completion of their visit, they read their findings in a public meeting on March 7, attended by members of staff, students and parents. The overall feeling from the team was that they enjoyed coming to NMSS, and they saw a lot of very good things going on at the school.
Full report is available to view.
NMSS currently has "Candidacy Status" through 2013, which allows graduates to apply and be accepted to college and for credits to transfer to other schools. So far, almost 50% of the senior class has already received acceptance letters from colleges and universities.