News and Announcements

Homecoming Extravaganza

Viva Las Vegas! Homecoming Tickets are going on sale in the Activities Office. 
Tickets are $10 with an ASB Card & $15 without. You can purchase tickets at Break, lunch, or after school! The Homecoming Extravaganza will be on Saturday, September 25th from 7:00pm - 10:00pm in NHS Quad. No tickets will be sold at the door. Don’t miss out!

Nipomo High School Titan Round Up!

Wednesday, August 11:
Juniors 12:00-2:30 PM
Sophomores 3:00-5:30 PM

Thursday, August 12:
Seniors 12:00-2:30 PM
Freshman 3:00-5:30 PM

SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT ON PARENT SQUARE VIA THE MESSAGE SENT ON 8/2/21

NHS 20-21 Yearbook Pick Up

Yearbook Pickup is Monday, June 21st from 1:30-5:30 PM and the last day to order one online (www.jostens.com) is Friday, June 18th!

NHS 21-22 Cheer Tryouts

Anyone interested in trying out for NHS Cheer? Please make sure to complete the tryout application. Tryouts are June 7-10 in NHS Quad at 3:00pm. Email Coach Leek for any questions at Jessica.leek@lmusd.org

Deadline to apply is Friday, May 28th!

Tutoring & Supports For Students!

Nipomo High School is pleased to provide distance learning supports both one on one and in small groups. Please use the links below to sign up for a content specific session or general support with distance learning.

Cal Grant opt-out

Cal Grant opt-out
California Education Code section 69432.9 requires the school district or charter school, to notify all grade 11 pupils and their parent/guardian (if under the age of 18), in writing and no later than January 1 of a pupil’s grade 11 academic year, that the pupil will be deemed a Cal Grant applicant unless the pupil has opted out prior to the date below (as specified by the high school). Students who do not opt out will have their GPA submitted to the Commission to be considered for a Cal Grant award. Please return your opt-out form to Ms. Hawley no later than January 1, 2022.

Please know that there are very few instances in which someone would choose to opt-out of providing GPA information. If your student is planning to seek any sort of additional education after high school, you will want to make sure that you do not opt out of this process