"Belgrade, Serbia–As difficult as it is for me to continue my education while in Belgrade Serbia, it is extremely important. The more that I see the world, the more I realize what an effect it has on our lives. Most of the players that I have met here have not finished high school and don’t have any options for employment, other than through soccer. When they finish their soccer careers, they are compelled to live off their previous income."
"Collierville, TN—Amy, a NHS credit recovery student, has a 4.5 weighted g.p.a. She is enrolled in AP and honors courses at her local school in Tennessee."
"Moorpark, California—Dan Fuller, NHS individual course student, won, along with his teammates, the NAPHL National Championship in Ice Hockey for 2012. He is here as a foreign student athlete from England taking in classes with NHS and his traditional school."
"Michelle Bertolini, a NHS freshman, will begin professional tennis play in April 2012. She was chosen to spar with one of best players in the world, the Russian Maria Kirilenko (20 of the world ranking WTA), Michelle was unable to play with the International Tennis Federation for the last 8 months because of this opportunity."
"I chose National High School for two reasons, 1) Because of the Dean, Ms. Robinson, I believe in an organization with strong leadership and throughout my years of knowing her she has worked to make NHS where it is today and I trust her, which helps give me and Jacob a piece of mind.” 2) “NHS ultimately works in favor of Jacob’s hectic schedule. Being able to take the work on the road and not have a daily deadline keeps the work and school stress at a minimum.” Jacob’s mom is a member of the Parent Leadership Council (PLC)."
Brenda Highbaugh, NHS February Student of the Month received a 4-year scholarship worth $24,000 to Eastern Kentucky University and into the honors college at EKU. Brenda enrolled in February 2011 and almost withdrew from NHS.