“From the onset of my time at Nevada State High School, I was encouraged and challenged to develop as a scholar and evolve as a thinker. I was given a unique opportunity to earn college credits while finishing high school, and I mastered skills that have become the foundation of my future success. With over 50 college credits completed at Nevada State High School, I was able to graduate from Chapman University within two years, saving over $80,000. Nevada State High School has been the most valuable academic component in my life, and I am grateful for the outstanding experience I received.”

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– Hannah Guinn, Class of 2014

“NSHS has given me the opportunity to help reach my goals at an early age and has prepared me to plan effectively for future goals. I was able to complete my associate’s degree and undergraduate degree in nursing debt-free with no loans, and I would not have this platform I was blessed with if I had not gone to NSHS.”

– Grace Cadavona, Class of 2010

“I am grateful every day that one of my friends complains about English 102 or CH because I was able to knock those out what feels like forever ago. You seriously changed my life and gave me so many opportunities.”

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– Kelsey Hannah, Class of 2013

“Since earning my MAT in Secondary Social Studies Education, I have become a teacher in Tampa, Florida. I am finishing my fourth year in education, and I just wanted to thank you for everything you did for me. Nevada State High School truly prepared me for higher education and my career, and the same expectations you set for us, I now set for my own students.”

– Constance Scott, Class of 2006

”With your help, I have been able to stay ahead of the curve and take the time to explore my options through education.”

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– Jordyn Vannavong, Class of 2015

“It’s hard to learn responsibility when you’re barely able to drive a car, but I felt comfort from NSHS and achieved one of the most crucial and significant qualities in the world of careers — preparation. Despite my tendency to procrastinate, I do believe I have grown into a student who is prepared for anything, and that is the biggest reward I could ever ask for.”

– Cameron Anderson, Class of 2017