Nevada State High School’s Spring Break took place April 11th to April 15th. Students had the chance to take some time away from their classes and participate in a variety of activities with their friends and family. Take a look at what some of our Renegades were up to over their break!
Dianna Choummanyvong – Sunrise: “I was able to check out Foodie Fest over the weekend, finish some homework for my classes to get ahead, visit the mall for casual window shopping, go to the park and a friend’s house for a social gathering, attend and support a fundraiser hosted by a friend for her cousin, and help my sister with the NSHS registration process. However, there were some times where I relaxed, caught up on some reading, and cleaned, so it wasn’t busy all the time.”
Ashley Scott – Henderson: “I stayed in town for spring break this year and took some much-needed time away from school.”
Sage Sigler – Henderson: “I began my spring break by going to Universal Studios with my friends from Arizona! After a day in Universal, we also got to go to the beach. When I got back home, I caught up on homework and some much needed chores. Then, a few days later, I went to Utah for Easter with my dad’s side of the family, and we went to a fun escape room.”
Rachel Justice – Downtown Henderson: “Over my spring break I didn’t go anywhere special. Instead, I hung out with my friends. Starting Saturday, April 9th, I had sleepovers and went out with various friends. It was refreshing to be able to relax and enjoy being with my friends and family without worrying about due dates and deadlines.”
Skylar Brown – Sunrise: “For spring break I went to Seattle, Washington to visit family and spend some time sightseeing!”
Marissa Cordero – Henderson: “This spring break I have primarily been getting ahead on work. Since I am taking an eight-week course for English, I have a midterm next week. I am not on break for GBC, so I continued my history work and have even got ahead for next week since my professor opened the module earlier. I finished my homework for history for both this week and next week and moved my midterm for English because it consists of writing three response papers.”
Taylor Ward – Northwest: “For the first half of spring break I broke down all the college acceptance letters I got, identified which ones had the best offers, narrowed it down to my two best options, and decided between the two. As for the second half, I took a trip up to Portland to visit an old family friend!”
Now that Spring Break has concluded, there is less than a month of school left! There are many experiences and events to look forward to in the coming month, which is especially exciting for seniors, as their last year of high school is coming to a close.
Abrak Woubante from the Southwest campus stated, “After this spring break concludes, I’m looking forward to the end of the year senior festivities. We have a lot of exciting events planned like field day and senior sunset.” Juniors also have exciting milestones coming up, such as taking summer classes, volunteering, and preparing for their senior year at NSHS.
At Nevada State High School, one of our missions is to prepare students for their social transition to a college environment. To do so, we have a variety of social events that students can attend to interact with others and make new friends. One of the greatest hits from our recent social events was our hike. Srishti “Buggy” Bagga from the Downtown Henderson campus stated, “My favorite recent NSHS social event has got to be our SNV Wetlands Hike! It was amazing to get outdoors and explore the area with NSHS peers.” Other great events that took place included our campus game nights and ice cream socials.
As classes resume, NSHS will be hosting a few more social events to close out the semester. Take a look here to see which event you would like to participate in next! We are also sure to have a variety of events planned for the Fall 2022, so look out for our social event calendar.
Are you interested in being a part of Nevada State High School’s festivities next year? Apply for the Fall 2022 semester today! Visit earlycollegenv.com to register now.