Dual Enrollment Information

  • Dual enrollment registration for summer and fall opens on April 13.
  • To register, complete the Northwest Florida State College Early College/Dual Enrollment Form, and either scan and email it to your counselor OR mail it to your counselor at Niceville High School, 800 East John Simms Parkway, Niceville, FL  32578.  Do not come to the school to drop off your form.
  • The form must be complete and signed by the parent and the student or your counselor will not forward your registration to the college.
  • Your counselor will confirm receipt of your registration form within 24 hours via email.
  • Your guidance counselor will verify test scores, GPA, and course requests before signing the form and sending it electronically to the college.  You will not register in person.
  • Check your Raidernet account for your schedule.  Separate emails will not be sent to individual students.

NHS Online Learning

Welcome to NHS Online Learning – follow these instructions to begin your coursework on Monday, March 30th:

  1. Go to http://nicevillehighschool.org
  2. Click on Staff
  3. From the dropdown menu click on faculty/staff
  4. Scroll down to find all of your teachers
  5. Click on each of their OCSD Online Assignments links to learn how to access your classes

For NHS classes that will be offered on the Edgenuity Online Platform:

  1. Go to http://www.okaloosaschools.com
  2. In the dropdown menu under Parents/Students click on ClassLink
  3. Log into ClassLink with your Okaloosa ID (school username and password)
  4. Once you are in ClassLink click on Edgenuity (students)
  5. This will take you to the Edgenuity account where your classes will be available for you to begin.

At the website below, you will find video tutorials for all of your online learning needs.


If you have any issues accessing your account, please call the IT help desk at 897-2966

If you have school work questions, please contact your teacher through email or call NHS at 833-4114


AP/AICE Exams Information

AICE Exams Information

AICE exams have been cancelled for the April/May/June series in all countries. However, students will receive a Cambridge score and certificate based on the knowledge and skills they have acquired. This will ensure students do not face disadvantage as a result of these extraordinary circumstances. Cambridge will provide guidance to schools on how students will receive those grades, and it will be based on students’ best available evidence. Cambridge is talking to universities worldwide, and they are factoring these unprecedented circumstances into admissions decisions, so students can continue with their education journeys as soon as possible. Additional information will be provided by the student’s AICE teacher beginning March 30 when online instruction begins. AICE teachers will continue to provide classroom instruction by providing assessments and assignments delivered directly from the teacher, and classroom grades will still be assigned through Gradebook.

AP Exams Information

All AP exams will be taken online through the student's MY AP account. Your AP teacher will provide the dates and details for those exams when online instruction begins on March 30. AP teachers will continue to provide classroom instruction by providing assessments and assignments delivered directly from the teacher, and/or through My AP Classroom. However, classroom grades will still be assigned through Gradebook.


Message from Principal Marello

Parents and Students: Please read this Important message from Principal Marello!


2020 Hall of Fame

NHS Hall of Fame

1st Row:  Principal Marello, Erica Scarborough, Amy Erickson, Jodi Miceli, Shelby Propps
2nd Row:  Maggie Wollard, Taylor Ford, Maddy Dowden, Peyton Chambers
3rd Row:  Emily Nguyen, Clara Beth Lafollette
Top Row:  Zachary Alabata, Dane Dickerson, Corey Church, David Ott, Mason Swanick


NHS Artists Claim Top Awards

Picture of Maggie WollardPicture of Hunter Gould

CONGRATULATIONS to two outstanding Niceville Senior High School artists for winning top awards at the Okaloosa County Van Porter Art Show.  The annual event showcases 8th through 12th grade art students in Okaloosa County. These students received recognition and awards for the artwork they submitted to the Van Porter Artist of the Year show hosted by the Arts and Design Society (ADSO) of Fort Walton Beach.

Maggie Wollard, a senior, won two awards at the Van Porter Art Show, including the ADSO Award for her piece, “Knuckle Sandwich,” and also earned the top award of Van Porter Artist of the Year. Maggie has taken art for the past four years at NHS, and she will be attending the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Hunter Gould, also a senior, won 1st Place for his piece, “6 PM Jelly,” which was completed in charcoal. Hunter has been enrolled in art at NHS for two years and will be attending college next fall.

These students’ work will be displayed at the Arts and Design Society. The Niceville High School Art Show will take place on March 31-April 2nd, which will include their 2nd Annual fundraiser, Art After Dark, which will take place on Wednesday, April 1st from 5-7 P.M.


Bell Schedule Revision

There will be no Tuesday SOAR schedule for the remainder of the school year. Students will receive their weekly announcements during the last five minutes of 3rd period. The SOAR schedule will be used only as needed. Additionally, weekly announcements will continue to be emailed each week. If you have not signed up to receive weekly emails, click on the Email List under Quick Links on the NHS website at www.nicevillehighschool.org.


National Merit Finalists Announced for Niceville High School

National Merit Finalists Announced for Niceville High School

National Merit Scholarship Finalists Jackson Cook, Dane Dickerson, Sara Strunk are now eligible for the National Merit Scholarship awards that will be offered in the spring of 2020.  They will also compete for one of 2,500 National Merit $2500 Scholarships that will be awarded on a state representational basis.  Winners are selected without consideration of family financial circumstances, college choice, or major and career plans.  All three students are enrolled in multiple College Board AP courses and Cambridge AICE courses at Niceville High School.  Congratulations Jackson, Dane, and Sara!


Parent Satisfaction Survey

Parent Satisfaction Survey

Our district is on a continuous journey to make our schools the best places for students to learn, staff to work and parents to send their children for a great education. In this effort, we appreciate your support. It is important to gather feedback from you to celebrate successes and identify areas for growth. Please take a few minutes and complete this Parent Satisfaction Survey to help provide this feedback.

Once the survey is complete, the results will be analyzed by an outside organization. The data from the survey will be returned to the District to be shared with each school, its parents and the community.

The survey can be accessed online at OCSD Parent Satisfaction Survey. Our school may also provide you with a paper copy to complete.

The survey will be available through March 13, 2020.

Thank you for your interest in and support of your child’s education with us. Please contact your school if you have any questions concerning the survey.


Zachary Alabata Named United States Presidential Scholars Program Candidate

Zachary Alabata Named White House Commision of Presidential Scholar