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Nazareth Regional High School
475 E57th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11203
Contact the Advancement Office at (718) 763-1100 x.232 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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I would like to call your attention to the following procedure. Any student requesting the release of his/her academic records, which is necessary in order to complete his/her application to any college, must return a signed release form to the Guidance Office.
Please feel free to call me if you have any questions about this, or about anything to do with the college application process. I look forward to working with your child as he/she applies to college and welcome the opportunity to talk with you either on the phone or in person.
Guidance Counselor/ext. 246
Khaki or black dress pants are to be worn at the waist with a properly fitted length, which can be purchased at any store; NO denim, NO stretch fabric, or NO cargo pants permitted. Girls are not permitted to wear leggings or jeggings. Plain black belts must be worn, no designer belts or buckles are permitted.
Nazareth white logo dress shirts are to be worn Monday through Thursday and must be tucked in and ironed. No plain white shirts can be worn. Boys must wear tasteful ties and ties are optional for girls.
Nazareth polo shirts can ONLY be worn on Fridays or at the discretion of Administration. The polo shirts are maroon, pink, or gray (long or short sleeve with the NRHS logo).
Students have the option of wearing the Nazareth V-neck sweater, cardigan or blazer. Students must wear a shirt or sweater with the Nazareth or NRHS logo at all times.
Black dress shoes must be worn. No metals/logos or different colored soles are permitted. Absolutely no boots, sandals, open toe, or high heels (over 1”) may be worn. Neither Uggs nor Crocs are permitted. No Coach, Prada, Balenciaga, branded shoes, etc. Sneakers can ONLY be worn for gym.
Uniform black pleated skirt is to be worn at the knee, but no more than 2” above the knee. Girls can wear their choice of socks, leggings, pantyhose or knee socks at the discretion of Administration.
Students’ hair must be neat, well-groomed, and maintained.
During the year, students are permitted to “dress down” and “dress up” for various occasions such as school trips and special events. The following policies pertain to acceptable attire that can be worn:
Nazareth students have the opportunity to earn 50+ college credits through our partnerships with St. John’s University, St. Joseph’s College, and Long Island University. Successful students can transfer these credits to the college of their choice in most cases, thus starting ahead of other students when beginning their collegiate careers at campuses across the country.
Nazareth students can earn credits through enrollment in the following Nazareth classes:
Students can take classes on the campus of St. Joseph’s College. Possible classes include:
Nazareth students also have the opportunity to participate in the Long Island University Early College Scholars Program, which enables them to earn up to 30 credits by taking college courses on the campus of LIU Brooklyn. Courses are offered in Arts and Sciences, Education, Health Science and Technology.
Nazareth uses a numeric system of grading with a range of 50% to 100%. Passing grade for all subjects is 70% or higher. Advanced Placement courses are weighted: the course grade is multiplied by 1.06 to determine both grade point average and class rank.
Students can also earn credits based on their performance on AP exams in the following classes:
Sample Programs for our students year by year are as follows:
Scholarship opportunities are available to incoming freshman only. Nazareth offers scholarships based on the student’s TACHS exam results and middle school achievements. If a student did not take the TACHS test, he/she can register to take Nazareth’s Private Scholarship exam. Contact Ms. Michel at 718-763-1100 ext. 227 or email@example.com to schedule this exam. The fee for the exam is $50. The student must register for the exam and bring their middle school grades (6th, 7th, and 8th grade) to be considered for a scholarship.
The Nazareth Catholic High School Scholarship Program (also known as “NAZ CARES”) was initiated to aid Catholic elementary school students who wish to attend Catholic high school, but lack the financial means to do so. The Principal at the Catholic middle school will nominate one student per year.
An interview appointment must be made with the Director of Admissions; a parent/guardian must attend this meeting. Transfer students must present a school transcript, last report card, a letter of recommendation and a discipline report when attending this meeting.
Kindly call (718) 763-1100 ext. 227 to set up an appointment or fill out our form below for more information.
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8th-grade students should take the TACHS Admissions Examination, indicating Nazareth Regional HS (Code 006) as their first, second, or third choice. For class scheduling purposes, applicants must also provide their 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade report cards and standardized test scores for review.
Nazareth RHS offers a TACHS preparatory course for this exam over a five-week Saturday morning schedule, preceding the examination in November, at a nominal fee.
Please contact Ms. Michel at (718) 763-1100 ext. 227 for test prep information.
Here are your steps to becoming a Kingsmen for the class of 2024! Register for The Catholic High School Entrance Exam at www.tachsinfo.com (Cost $65).
Monday, August 24, 2020 – Registration for TACHS exam available at www.tachsinfo.com or by calling 1-866-618-2247
Friday, October 9, 2020 – Deadline for submitting request and supporting documentation to Diocese for extended testing time accomodation.
Friday, October 23, 2020 – Deadline for internet and telephone registration. No late registration or walk-in process this year.
Sunday, November 1, 2020 through Thursday, November 5, 2020 – Students will be provided with their session codes/dates/times. Call 1-866-618-2247 if you are not able to obtain your test session code.
Saturday, November 7, 2020 – TACHS Test
Wednesday, January 13, 2021 – High School Acceptances will be mailed out
For further information, please call Ms. Michel at (718) 763-1100 ext. 227.
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