Naples High School

Today's Learners - Tomorrow's Leaders



    • Debate team, come by and see Mrs. Peterson at lunch this week if you are interested in competing in our last debate. The topics for – Round 7 & 8 are:
      Round 7: Middle East - Resolved: The United States should no longer pressure Israel to work toward a two-state solution.
      Round 8: Resolved - The United States ought to replace the Electoral College with a direct national popular vote.
    • JSA members, we will be having our election today at lunch! if you want your voice heard about who you want to be in leadership next year, be there! If you are planning on running for president or vice president, be prepared to give a small campaign speech about why you should be the next in office!
    • Congratulations to the new Student Government Association Executive Board, Class Officers, and Board Members.. All 2017-2018 SGA students will have a mandatory meeting on Monday, May 1st.

      2017-2018 Executive Board is:

      Executive President: Elizabeth Bird
      Executive Public Affairs Officer: Brianna Garcia 
      Executive Vice-President: Madison Szittai
      Executive Secretary: Sarah Stuck
      Executive Treasurer: Giancarlo Ospina

      Senior class officers are:

      President: Caitlin Crowley
      Vice-President: Ronald Derk
      Secretary: Darylisse Anaya
      Treasurer: Keira Wood
      Board Member: Brandy Mauricette

      Junior class officers are:

      President: Cooper Cornett
      Vice-President: Zachery Woodring
      Secretary: Benji Howard
      Treasurer: Michael Moll
      Board Members: Jill Kinstler, Hannah Sickler, Kelsey Puente and Lili Mutter

      Sophomore class officers are:

      President: Logan Szittai
      Vice-President: Alexis Van Dien
      Secretary: Emily Wright
      Treasurer: Lydia Cartwright
      Board Members: Sabrina Rodriguez, Vivian Guite, Julia Cornwall, Amanda Fuenzalida, Boomer Triola, and Fallon Jones 

      Again...Congratulations to all new elected and appointed officers! We're looking forward to a great 2017-2018 school year!

    • If you have already registered for the Summer Driver Education program through the school counseling secretary, please remember you and a parent must attend the mandatory workshop on Saturday, April 29th 8-10 AM. If you do not attend your seat will be forfeited for the summer driver program.
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    All Seniors are to report to the school auditorium promptly for all examinations on the days and times listed below.  Students need to come prepared with all required supplies for each of their exams.


    May 16

    May 17

    May 18

    May 19

    7:30-9:30 AM

    Period 1

    Period 3

    Period 5

    Period 7

    10 AM-12 PM

    Period 2

    Period 4

    Period 6


    Please note that Project Graduation Tickets will be sold in between exams, each day of exam week and after the 7th period exam on May 19th.

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    Final exams for NHS students (Grades 9-11) will begin Friday, May 26th and end on Thursday, June 1st. For a list of times for these exams, please CLICK HERE.

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    The Naples High School Junior-Senior Prom will take place on Saturday, May 13th at the Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club. This year’s theme is “A New York State of Mind.” Tickets for the Prom (which includes a formal sit-down dinner) will be $85.00 per person. (This is a $5.00 per person increase over last year’s price.) Ticket sales will begin on Tuesday, May 2nd and end on Friday, May 5th. Because this is a dinner/dance with limited seating, a limited number of tickets will be sold, and only according to the following schedule:

    Tuesday, May 2nd   Seniors Only
    Wednesday, May 3rd   Juniors Only
    Thursday, May 4th   Seniors and Juniors who will be attending with pre-approved non- NHS guests Only
    Friday, May 5th   If any tickets remain unsold, Seniors first and then Juniors on a first come first served basis HOWEVER ticket price increases to $95.00 per person

    All prom ticket sales will take place in the auditorium during the lunch period only and all students must have a picture ID. 

    Important: If you have any outstanding obligations (if you owe money for anything: uniforms, books, fines, etc.) now is the time to take care of them, otherwise you will not be permitted to purchase a Prom ticket or have one purchased for you. You can check your obligation status on Destiny or see Mrs. Gatis in Student Services in Building One. 

    If you are planning on bringing a non-NHS guest to the Prom, you will need to have a fully completed Non-NHS Student Prom Application on file in the activities office PRIOR to the start of prom ticket sales on Monday, May 1st. Questions? See Mr. Modugno or Ms. Hendry in the activities office.

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    NHS Student Athlete, Chris Davis     Congratulations to Chris Davis on being selected the 2017 Winged Foot Scholar-Athlete nominee for Naples High School. Chris is a three year varsity letter-winner in cross country, soccer and track. In cross country, he was twice selected team MVP and as a senior soccer player he earned the boys’ soccer Coach’s Award.  Among his many activities at NHS, Chris has been actively involved in Scholar Bowl, Mu Alpha Theta, and National Honor Society (President). He is also a National Merit Finalist and he is currently ranked 1st in the senior class.  The Winged Foot winner for 2017 will be chosen from among each of Collier County’s high schools’ nominees on May 25th at a banquet at the Naples Grande Beach Resort.
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    NHS JROTC Cadet Captain Dimas Herrera   Congratulations to Cadet Captain Dimas Herrera, a Naples High School junior in JROTC, who performed in an exceptional manner at the Collier County JROTC Cadet of the Year Board.  The top cadets from six JROTC programs in the county were evaluated by a panel of JROTC instructors on JROTC knowledge, uniform appearance and military bearing.  Dimas received a perfect score and was selected as the Cadet of the Year for our district. 
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    NHS JROTC Student Cadet, Nelida Rodriquez  

    The NHS cadets did a great job at the State JROTC Drill Meet this past weekend.  The NHS Female Color Guard took 6th place out of 36 teams!   While Senior, Nelida Rodriquez took 1st place in the Female Individual Armed Event competing against 35 total female cadets from across the state of Florida.

    This is a great accomplishment and is the first time ever that a Naples High School JROTC cadet took first place in a State Drill Meet event. Congratulations to Nelida and the rest of the NHS JROTC program!

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    NHS Head Football Coach, Bill Kramer   Naples High School head football coach Bill Kramer was inducted into the Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) Hall of Fame on January 7, 2017, in a ceremony held in Daytona Beach, Florida. Coach Kramer is only the second Naples High School coach (after softball Coach Robert Iamurri) to be accorded this honor. (Coach Dave Walker was inducted into the FHSAA Hall of Fame.) 

    Coach Kramer is a graduate of Liberty University where he majored in Health and Physical Education. He also holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University and a Master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling from Saint Thomas University. 

    Bill Kramer began his coaching career in 1987 at American High School in Dade County. In 1998, he became the head football coach at Naples High School. In only his fourth season at Naples, 2001, the Golden Eagles won the first football state championship in southwest Florida history. Kramer has since led two more Naples teams to the FHSAA State Finals finishing Runner-Up in 2003 and winning a second State Championship in 2007 with the area’s first ever perfect 15-0 season. Kramer’s teams have won thirteen District and six Region Championships. The 185-46 record compiled by Kramer and his staff ranks them first in total wins and winning percentage (80%) in Naples High School’s 60 year tradition of football. Moreover, during Kramer’s tenure at NHS, over 90 percent of football player graduates have gone on to attend colleges and universities, and many former players have become coaches themselves.  

    Bill Kramer has been recognized as an FACA District Coach of the Year ten times and has been named Coach of the Year by Nike, the FACA, Florida Sports Writers, the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS), the Miami Dolphins, the Naples Daily News, and the Fort Myers News-Press. In addition, Kramer has been chosen to represent Florida at the NFL Youth Football Summit and serves on the FACA Board of Directors, the FHSAA Football Advisory Council, and the American Football Coaches Association Public Relations Committee. In 2013, he was selected to be an assistant coach in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and in 2016 he was selected to be the head coach of the US Army All-American Bowl East team. 

    Coach Kramer is actively involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He is regularly a featured speaker and clinician at numerous schools, universities, professional, and civic groups. Coach Kramer was named one of Collier County’s inaugural “Ten Men of Distinction,” received the State Farm Good Neighbor Coaches Sportsmanship Award, the National Sports Achievement Award, and the Collier County Bar Association Educator of the Year Award.

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    Naples High School offers thirty-six (36) athletic teams in twenty (20) different sports over three sports seasons during the course of each school year. School District funding for athletics in Collier County is limited to providing coaches’ supplements and school bus transportation to away games. All other costs, including those for contest officials, all athletic equipment & uniforms, game security, game, training supplies, awards, etc., are paid for exclusively from gate receipts. While gate receipts in football at Naples High School are typically very good (and help to pay costs in all of our non- and limited-revenue sports) they are simply not enough to cover the costs for Golden Eagle student-athletes in ALL sports. Blue and Gold Club funds are used to supplement athletic contest gate receipts so that student-athletes in ALL sports at Naples HS are able to have the very best possible experience. Blue and Gold Club contributors so far (through September 30th only) are as follows: 

    BENEFACTOR - $500.00
    Erik and Nicole Lombillo Collier Podiatry, P.A. Harborside
    Animal Clinic
    The Havig Family
    Supreme Auto Collision J.R. & Laurie Nocera  Family Foot
    and Leg Center
    Dr. Kevin Lam 
    Wayne & Rebecca Meland Matt & Allison Young
    PATRON - $200.00
    The Dempsey Family David & Shelly Gray Parrish & Kelly
    The Moll Family
    Joe & Melissa
    La Cagnina
    Bondi Surf Shop Law Office of Pieter Van Dien, P.A.
    Legacy Title
    and Escrow
    Chris & Mary
    The Lawler Family JD Loden Wealth Management, Inc
    The Ahearn Family The Shakour Family Brian & Desiree Smith The Watts Family
    Moses Chiropractic Clinic Dr. Richard Garcia, DMD  
    SUSTAINING – $100.00
    Monique Reed-Spinelli Matthew & Suzanne
    In Memory of Dr. Matthew L. Black Buzzoff Mosquito  
    The Ross Family Deb Welch (Premier Sotheby’s Int. Realty) Pergola, Inc. Chris & Kim
    Peggy & Martin Lamb Lisa Giblin The Colon Family The Thornhill Family
    David & Ann Crowley Dee & Associates, CPAs The Bird Family Mullis & Joan
    The Ponton Family The Bonyman Family The Davis Family  
    Renee & Rick Fuller Perfect Paper and Paint D. Gail Addison Jeff Woodbeck
    Kevin & Valeria Keyes Mark Napoli  & Gina
    Chloe Horne Kova Insurance Group
    Mitch & Connie Kinstler Mark Anderson Jon & Liza
    Rick, Colleen, Cole &
    Gabe Cleveland
    Geri Underhill Guillermo Figueroa The Laws Family Amanda A. Vega
      Tuna & Jayne Rice Joanne & Jeff Paredes  

    Your student need not participate in an athletic program for you to participate and support the Naples High School Blue and Gold Club. And, all gifts to The Blue and Gold Club are eligible for charitable gift tax deduction.

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    To view the NHS bell schedules for the 2016-17 school year, CLICK HERE.

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    New Testing Requirements   List of all test scores needed for graduation
    Academic Requirements for:    
         Class of 2017 (Seniors)
         Class of 2018 (Juniors)
         Class of 2019 (Sophomores)
        Class of 2020 (Freshmen)
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  • Blue Zones Project: Please click here for updated information on the School Pledge Action Items we have selected to pursue.

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