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Imagine a high school where academics, accountability, attitude, and perseverance are rewarded. Respect, diversity, and sense of self are valued, and students are taught the benefits of hard work, family, and community. Success at NBECHS is limited only by a student’s ability to dream, dare, accept responsibility, and become dedicated to a goal. Our students are empowered to design and seek a high school education that answers their needs and provides a means to reach the goals they have set for themselves. For NBECHS students college is not a faraway possibility it is an immediate reality. 
NBECHS is a free public charter high school serving students in grades 9-12. We are a school of choice and all students are encouraged to enroll.  Our educational program combines an award-winning highly rigorous high school experience with college opportunities through our college partners Moreno Valley College and Mt. San Jacinto College. NBECHS is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. We have been recognized by Newsweek Magazine for the last 2 years as one of the Top 500 High Schools in America. In 2016 we are rated #284 up from #466 in 2015 and we were also recognized as one of the Top 20 High Schools in the US "Beating the Odds" in the lives of Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Families, up from  #69 for 2015. Riverside County recognized NBECHS as a "Model School of Excellence and Innovation"  as well.
Academic excellence is only a part of the picture, parents and students recognize that NBECHS's real strength comes from the supportive family-like atmosphere felt throughout the school. NBECHS students work hard but they play hard as well. We take a school-wide field trip at the beginning of each year to cement our family. We offer a first-rate athletics program, dances, clubs, drama and band, and even academic competitions such as Mock Trial. NBECHS students must exhibit exceptional drive. They must be prepared to work hard and sacrifice for their education and they must be prepared to become a part of "one of the most family-like and safe environments" in any high school anywhere. We are working to meet the needs of average first-in-family, and other underrepresented college bound students. 
If NBECHS sounds like a good fit for you please see our admissions and enrollment requirements for full details on how you can become a part of our school.
School Motto: Small, Mighty, Proud!
School Colors: Royal Blue & Silver
School Mascot: Knight
Mascot’s Name: Sir Academaeica
Alma Mater:
Oh we praise our alma mater,
Oh we praise Nuview Bridge High.
The knights are marching forward,
And our hearts are filled with pride.
We will all remember,
Our days and friendships here,
Our hopes, our dreams, and memories,
Will sustain us through the years.
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Hangout Knight

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Need a College Tutor? Homework Trouble? Test Questions? Need College Class Help? Hangout Knight is the Place to Be!!! Project R.I.D.E Invites you to Join Monday-Friday 8-9 pm via zoom (link provided in flyer) Starting Monday, May 3, 2021 UCI students are available to offer one on one tutoring via zoom in all subject areas.

AERIES Mobile Portal App

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We are embarking upon a project to redesign the Aeries Mobile Portal app, which is used primarily by parents and students. The app is being redesigned specifically for technical and usability reasons. As part of this project, we want to collect feedback from the largest group of users of the app, the students (and parents). Near the end of April, a message will appear in the current app asking them for their feedback. We are requesting that all parents and students or any other interested users to submit their ideas to us. In return, we will be giving away $100 gift cards to the people who give us their best ideas.

Work Permit

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All minors under the age of 18 years who are interested in working must obtain a valid work permit.  Students who are 18 years of age and still in high school may need a work permit as well. Click here to read more.

Pen Pals

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Looking for friends? Well look no further. National Honor Society is hosting a Pen Pal activity via email. Sign up on the form and have fun.

Tutoring with Danielle Nelson

If you need tutoring, Danielle Nelson is available on Google Meets Monday through Thursday from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Click on the flyer for more information.
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Date: 5/15/2021
Time: 6 PM – 7:30 PM