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Homework and Academics

Need help with homework or how to find your grades?  Click on the links below to visit all sorts of helpful websites which will get you where you need to go!
Library Homework Help
Marin County Free Library
C E C Makerspace
Aeries

FAQ and Policies

This is the section about the rules and policies for Novato High School.  If you don’t know what these are or you have questions, you should ask for help from a teacher, parent, or school administrator in finding out what they mean.
School Calendar
Marin Transit Services
Academic Integrity Policy
Novato Spirit Wear
Academic Planning Guide 2017/2018
Emergency Preparation at NHS
Transcript Request
Title IX

Sports and Athletics

Are you interested in becoming a student athlete? Novato High offers lots of different sports you can join.  If you want to become a student athlete, click on the links below for more information.
Novato High Athletics
Physician’s Clearance Form

Health and Wellness

At Novato High, we know it’s important to take good care of your mind, body, and feelings. In this section, you will find links to important websites that have tips for helping to stay safe and healthy and taking good care of yourself.
Novato Parks and Recreation
Novato Youth Center
Novato Youth Center Teen Services
Food and Nutritional Services
Coping Skills for Kids
Facebook Safety Guide
Marin County Safe Schools
Anti-Tobacco Policy

Anti-Bullying

Our District has a strict no-bullying policy, because we want every student to feel like they are safe and they belong in our schools.  If you have questions about what to do about a bully, or what may or may not be bullying, you should check out the links below for help.
District Anti Bullying Policy
StopBullying.gov
StopCyberbullying.org
Facebook: Stop Bullying Speak Up
Anti-Bullying and School Climate Page
Anti-Bullying Complaint Online Form

Student Forms

Here is a list of important student forms that will need to be filled out when you become a student in our district.

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