Navarre High School

2019 principals, assistant principals of the year

2019 principals, assistant principals of the year

The Santa Rosa County School District has announced recognition of its top administrators for 2019. All were singled out by a vote of their peers for their dedication to their schools, students, staff and community. Read the full article in the May 16 issue of Navarre Press. Visit https://navarrepress.com/subscribe/ to view subscription options – or […]

Navarre football coach arrested for battery

Navarre football coach arrested for battery

Navarre High School offensive line coach and teacher Greg Greenhaw was arrested April 28 for domestic violence related battery. The charge is a first-degree misdemeanor. The incident occurred about 11:30 a.m. the previous day and was reported by his wife, Stacey, upon her arrival at the District I Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s office shortly after […]

NHS Theatre brings ‘The Three Musketeers’ to life

NHS Theatre brings ‘The Three Musketeers’ to life

After months of sword training, stage fight lessons and practice runs, Navarre High School Theatre brought “The Three Musketeers” to the Ashmore stage in Pensacola last weekend. Leading the cast was Cooper Wright as D’Artagnan alongside the musketeers Jack Lackey as Porthos, Ryan Frank as Aramis and Seth Clement as Athos.         […]

Is freedom of speech up for debate?

Is freedom of speech up for debate?

This piece is written with the intent to look at freedom of speech in a high school setting and see how the constitutional right is being exercised among Navarre High School students. In this past school year, Navarre High School’s newly founded debate program has presented an opportunity for students in all grade levels to […]

Touch-A-Truck

Touch-A-Truck

Demolition trucks, fire engines, school buses, Hurlburt Special Tactics vehicles and more were on hand at the Navarre High School Touch-A-Truck event last Saturday. Click here to view photos from this event.                                             As […]

Prom Promise reminds students they matter

Prom Promise reminds students they matter

A night meant for young celebration can turn to a nightmare in an instant. Juniors and seniors of Navarre High School received a reminder Tuesday to make good decisions as part of Prom Promise. This joint effort of first responders and the school’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club showcased just what can happen when […]

Gaetz hosts military night at Navarre

Gaetz hosts military night at Navarre

When U.S Rep. Matt Gaetz is having a tough day at the nation’s capital, he turns to the folder containing the stories of candidates for the military academies. One of his jobs as a member of Congress is nominating students from Northwest Florida for the honor of attending West Point, the Air Force Academy or […]

Navarre High School’s 2019 Prom Court

Navarre High School’s 2019 Prom Court

Navarre High School’s 2019 Prom Court includes Steven Baker, Mitchell Hunt, David Melega, Benjamin Waschenko, Dante Wright, Ashley Becklund, Sydney Gracey, Jordan Lassiter and Kanoka Palmer. Makayla Downing is also on the prom court but is not pictured. The prom is scheduled for Saturday. As seen in the May 2 issue of Navarre Press. Visit […]

HNMS earns high marks in New York math competition

HNMS earns high marks in New York math competition

Holley Navarre Middle School students made their way to Rochester, New York, April 5-6 to show off their math skills and represent Santa Rosa County. They were there to compete in the 2019 Math Competition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students hosted by the Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf. […]

Raider Day 5k Fun Run/Walk

The Raider Day 5K will be held at the Navarre Youth Sports Complex, 8840 High School Blvd., from 8 to 11 a.m. Cost is $10 for students, $15 without t-shirt and $30 with t-shirt. All proceeds of the Raider Day 5K go to the Navarre High School and NYSA Football Programs. Register online at www.nysasports.com/Default.aspx?tabid=1277922.

Relay for Life raises cancer funds, honors survivors

Relay for Life raises cancer funds, honors survivors

Hundreds of participants hit the track around Bennett C. Russell Stadium during Navarre’s Relay for Life on Friday night. The annual event is a part of the American Cancer Society’s effort to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. Read the full article in the April 18 issue of Navarre Press. Visit https://navarrepress.com/subscribe/ to view […]

Relay for Life: A planned night of hope and fundraising for cancer research

Relay for Life: A planned night of hope and fundraising for cancer research

A community coming together for a gathering of hope and healing can be therapeutic to those affected by cancer. Relay for Life will bring the Navarre community together for the annual all-night fundraising walk for cancer awareness at Navarre High School April 12 at 6 p.m. Read the full article in the April 11 issue […]

High School theatre learns the art of swordplay

High School theatre learns the art of swordplay

Parting ways from the typical love songs and massive choreographed dance numbers of Disney musical projects, Navarre High School Theater will be presenting “The Three Musketeers” this April at Pensacola State College. A story of sword slashing heroes set in 1600s France, the play adaption of the tale involves more than a few brawls. Read […]

Chamber recognizes Navarre teachers of the year

Chamber recognizes Navarre teachers of the year

Teachers of the Year from Navarre area schools were recognized by the Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.                                                                           […]

Redding wins first Marvelous Light Foundation Scholarship

Redding wins first Marvelous Light Foundation Scholarship

Lauren Redding didn’t know DJ Deas personally. But she knew of him and knew of his tragic story. Deas died by suicide last summer at the age of 16. Part of a military family, he attended Navarre in 2017, competing in track in the spring and football that fall before moving back to the Jacksonville […]

School resource officer recovering from stroke

School resource officer recovering from stroke

When Matt Robinson’s head felt strange, he called his wife Tabitha. It was not exactly pain but a “funny feeling.” She told him to go to the doctor, but Robinson refused. On the morning of March 12, he was busy fulfilling his duties as Milton High School’s resource officer. Read the full article in the […]

Williams ready to honor his fallen friend one more time

Williams ready to honor his fallen friend one more time

Chris Williams will be among the 100 or so people participating in the DJ Deas Marvelous Light Foundation 5K Run/Walk Saturday morning at NYSA. The opportunity to do so means everything to him. Deas was a close friend and former teammate who died by suicide last summer at the age of 16. Read the full […]

Deas carrying on her son’s legacy

Deas carrying on her son’s legacy

Cheryl Deas wants to cry when she thinks about the effort she is making to carry on the legacy of her son, DJ, who died by suicide last summer at the age of 16. Two events this weekend in Navarre, both of which honor the memory of DJ, who competed in track and football for […]

Hughson carries on with athletic career during difficult time in life

Hughson carries on with athletic career during difficult time in life

Shaun Hughson remembers the day his father passed away. Shaun was with family on vacation in Tennessee shortly before Christmas at the time of the death. “When we got the call, everything went numb, like a bomb went off,” Shaun said. “But after the initial shock, I just tried to keep myself distracted.” Read the […]

Navarre students headed to International SeaPerch Challenge

Navarre students headed to International SeaPerch Challenge

Navarre Beach Marine Science Station students once again took home the trophy from the 2019 Regional SeaPerch ROV (remotely operated vehicle) Challenge. Team Octobots consists of documenter Ovella Hines (not pictured) and vehicle builders/operators Tiara Winbery and Miguel Homar, pictured here with their ROV. Read the full article in the March 21 issue of Navarre […]

Navarre American Legion celebrates organization’s centennial

Navarre American Legion celebrates organization’s centennial

Navarre’s American Legion Post 382 celebrated its organization’s centennial anniversary Saturday during a day of barbeque and live music. The American Legion Post 382 at 1850 Luneta Street has become the center for Navarre’s veterans to convene. Read the full article in the March 21 issue of Navarre Press. Visit https://navarrepress.com/subscribe/ to view subscription options […]

Gathering Momentum

Gathering Momentum

It’s 5 a.m. on a Sunday morning as, one-by-one, a team of people converges on Navarre High School to begin transforming the school’s auditorium into an inspiring, worship space for Momentum Church’s Navarre Campus. Campus Leader, Tyler McNeely, gathers the team members, reminds them of how important they are to the church’s ministry, they pray, […]

Mrs. Florida crowns Miss NHS 2019

Mrs. Florida crowns Miss NHS 2019

Nine lovely young women strutted their stuff in glamorous gowns and showcased their talents March 8 during the 2019 Miss Navarre High School pageant. The competition categories for the event were Raider spirit wear, talent, cocktail attire and evening gowns. Read the full article in the March 14 issue of Navarre Press. Visit www.navarrepress.com/subscribe to […]

NHS Mock Trial team goes to court, scores fourth

NHS Mock Trial team goes to court, scores fourth

Navarre High School’s Mock Trial team scored into the semifinals at this year’s annual meet Feb. 18-20 in Pensacola, taking home fourth place in the regional competition despite still being in its infancy. Austin Perry, NHS social studies teacher and former Mock Trial state champion, started the team fall 2017 by gathering students interested in […]

Navarre students honored by Carnegie Hall opportunity

Navarre students honored by Carnegie Hall opportunity

Navarre High senior Lauren Crawford joked the experience she and two of her classmates, Kaitlin Indelicato and Matthew Preston, had while in New York City for a choir performance at Carnegie Hall was all cough drops, tea and coffee. Not to mention the early mornings and late nights. Read the full article in the March […]

Navarre High has got talent

Navarre High has got talent

From Rock Hall of Fame tunes to Broadway hits, the students of Navarre High School wowed a packed cafeteria Feb. 22 in the school’s Talent Show. A total of 28 acts took to the stage, showcasing a variety of talents including singing, instrumentals, dance and more. Read the full article in the Feb. 28 issue […]

Skilled trade workers in high demand

Skilled trade workers in high demand

Mirroring a national trend, there is a growing need for skilled labor in Santa Rosa County and surrounding areas. Hundreds of jobs are expected to be added by 2026. Training programs and financial aid are available to those interested in becoming plumbers, electricians, HVAC technicians, welders and carpenters. Read the full article in the Feb. […]

‘Vaping’ gives tobacco pushers a new way to hook teens

‘Vaping’ gives tobacco pushers a new way to hook teens

Navarre middle and high school students are lighting up addictive drugs, whether parents realize it or not, but the method has changed. Vape pens, juuls, e-cigarettes and their kin have altered the landscape of underage tobacco use from cigarette smoke to the misnamed “vapor.” Read the full article in the Feb. 21 issue of Navarre […]

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