New Boston High School

Achieving Excellence

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  • State 2017

    New Boston Military Stride with Pride NBHS Band finished in 8th place at the 3A UIL State Championship. Congratulations to the Directors and students! You are Champions!

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  • Congratulations to the following who placed in UIL Congress

    UIL

     

    1st - Chapel Hill - Nathan Scolario
    2nd - New Boston - Jackson Martin - going to state
    3rd - New Boston - Mason Reid - going to state
    4th - Hooks - Cade Hicks - alternate to state
    5th - New Boston - Sam Martin - alternate to state
    6th - Hooks - Bryce Baird
    7th - New Boston - Hudson Raney
    8th - New Boston - Ben Willis

    Congrats to Hudson Raney for receiving the Outstanding Presiding Officer gavel for 3A Chamber.

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  • This afternoon, at UIL Marching Contest, the Military Stride with pride earned 1st Degree ratings. The

    Band will now work towards their 29th Sweepstake prize as soon as Concert season begins. They will be traveling to  

    SFA this weekend to compete in Area Competition. Congratulations Mr. Landry, band directors, and students on an excellent job well done!

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  • Lion Band 2017

    The band earned 1st Division ratings from all 5 judges at the Pinetree Contest Saturday, finished 2nd overall in class 3A (by a very narrow margin; less than 50 pts out of a possible 1200), the highest rated Military Marching Band in our class.

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  • NBHS Student Council is sponsoring a blood drive on Friday, October 6. Please come donate to help us reach our goal of 125 units and work towards a $750 scholarship for one of our students.

    Student Council sponsors Blood Drive

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  • FFA Holiday Fruit and Gifts

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  • FFA Fall Festival

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  • NBHS Student Council sponsored a water drive throughout all NBISD campuses to collect water to send for Hurricane Harvey relief. The Salvation Army collected the final cases today. Total collection was 293 cases of 35 bottles and 9 gallons of water. Pictured with the Salvation Army rep is Stuco president, Mason Reid and Senior representative and drive organizer, Angel Evans. Great job, NBISD students!!!

    NBHS Water Drive

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  • Thursday night's JV game vs Atlanta has been moved to New Boston

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