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New Haven, IN
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1300 Green Road
New Haven, IN 46774

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(260) 446-0220
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July 27, 2012
Excellent environment where all staff work together to create a climate that students can achieve excellence. Relationships are established, academics are clearly rising in all classrooms, and this school is ready to become the leader in East Allen County Schools. The vision is posted out door number 6- Promote Respect, Foster Pride, and Inspire Excellence. Go Bulldogs we believe the tradition of the past is back...... Way to go.....

- submitted by a community member

May 04, 2011
They are the best school in the entire East Allen County Schools and they have a great purple gym that represent the color of the school. Go New Haven

- submitted by a community member

January 16, 2009
students are not encourages to be involved in extracurricular activities and there is little selection. the classrooms are dark and most have no windows, making it feel similar to a prison. desks are falling apart and some of them are dated to the 1960s. I'm embarrased to say i'm a 'bulldog'

- submitted by a student
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December 12, 2008
I really do not think that this is a good platform to judge a school. Most people that complain about a school complain about everything. They need to look within and see if they themselves need to make a change. Children learn most from the parents, as it should be. Set a good example. If there is a problem with a teacher set up a meeting and discuss the problem. I mean discuss not complain. If you go in complaining of course the teacher will be on the defensive. Honey gathers more bees than vinegar.

- submitted by a community member

October 24, 2008
New Haven High School has a good enviroment, but everything else is terrible. The food isn't that good, the teacher's have terrible justice and disciplining, not to mention the fact that the school is far below the state average on +ISTEP testing.

- submitted by a student
no rating
September 14, 2007
To much politics in school system. A lot more than any others. Very poor teachers with little teaching ethics. Teachers that dont want to teach!

- submitted by a student

October 18, 2005
The activities were great. I loved the coaches, especially the track coaches. The teachers were awesome! I loved having The Habisch and Goeglein! I'm definitely visiting this school when I'm on break!

- submitted by a student

April 23, 2005
I think the world of NHHS! I am a 2002 graduate, and I would go back in a heart beat. People who do not think the extracurricular activities were good is probably because they were never involved. There is something for everyone at NHHS! It ranges from student government, academic clubs, band, and sports. NHHS prepared me for college. Administration was good. Parents that wanted to be involved were involved, and those who did not care were not involved. It's all about what you are willing to do and how involved you want to be. GO BULLDOGS!

- submitted by a student

January 13, 2005
If you have any alternative school for your child to choose from, please do so! While high schools are supposed to be involved with the community from which it receives children, this school is ridiculous. Whatever the oldest child of a family was like, each successive child will benefit from or pay for. If your family is of longtime residence, then you can probably coast through the entire four years. Sports here have been back and forth on being worthwhile. Other problems stem from the administration. Children who at no other school would be disciplined are cited for small to pointless 'violations' of the rules. I spent some of the worst four years here ever. The upside is that Fort Wayne has so many schools, that once you walk out the doors at 3pm, you no longer have to associate yourself with the students or the faculty.

- submitted by a student

November 22, 2004
My daughter attends this school, and so has my older son, and both of them recount their previous and current experiences as less than memorable. Many of the teachers are biased, helping the students with whom they believe have the academic potential to succeed, or whose names are just well known around the school. My daughter has trouble in math, and each teacher she has had for this subject has been of no aid to her whatsoever. She said the teachers got frustrated with her when she didn't understand material, and often seemed as though she annoyed them with her questions. I do not advocate this school in any way, and if you have any alternative choice for your child's education I would advise seeking it out. If I had any other choice in schools, my daughter would definitely be switching ASAP.

- submitted by a parent

September 14, 2004
The teachers here are wonderful; they're willing to help and want to see the students succeed. However, the administration within the school is less than efficient. There is little response to input from parents, and on more than one occasion, parents have simply been ignored. They are more concerned with making and enforcing petty rules than they are with the quality of the students' education. Like I said though, the teachers are great; they were extremely helpful to me throughout my 4 years there, and I felt as though I learned a lot. This school has potential, but they need a principal who is there for the kids, not for his own glory. Once they take care of that problem, the school will improve drastically, and teachers and students alike would all be happier.

- submitted by a student

May 05, 2004
Great School. Academics is the focus. Has community involvement.

- submitted by a student

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New Haven High School
1300 Green Road, New Haven, IN  46774
(260) 446-0220
Last modified New Haven High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 2 out of 10 based on academic quality.
New Haven High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 15 reviews. Top