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Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony


Photo Slideshow Video Video streaming by Ustream Santa Cruz County honored Veterans Monday, November 11, 2013. The special day was marked with a parade through the streets of Downtown Nogales featuring veterans and peace officers from all branches of service. The parade also included the Nogales High School Band, Rio Rico High School Band and many other musical acts from ... Read More »

Jump Back to School event


Thanks to the many organizations and businesses Santa Cruz County Community hosted their second annual Jump Back to School fair at the Nogales High School, Ray Molera Gymnasium. The success of the 2012 event prompted the JBTS board of directors to vote Arthur Espinoza as Chairman of the Board for a second consecutive year. This fair was organized to help ... Read More »

Annual Junior Olympics competition


The Nogales Lions Club hosted its Annual Junior Olympics on April 2013. The Nogales Lions Club and the Nogales Unified School District with participating local elementary schools organized the event. Dina Sanchez, chairperson for the event and member of the club, organized and led the event to success for the past years. The club fundraises through concession sales to further ... Read More »

International Women’s Day Celebration


Santa Cruz County was treated for second year to a beautiful evening, which featured music and poetry from famous and immortalized Mexican composers and writers this Friday March 8, 2013. The Mexican Consulate and sponsors organized the event, which was held at the James Clark Performing Arts Center at the Nogales High School. The festivities which celebrates the International Women’s ... Read More »

CPR training at NHS


The Nogales High School recently held Cardiopulmonary resuscitation classes for all freshman students but was open to the community. In its fifth year the event is collaboration with the City of Nogales, Nogales Fire Department and Nogales Unified School District.  The classes are four to six hours long and have a cost of $5 to the public, which is the ... Read More »

Young Talents seduce the public

de  Universidad de Arizona, Edgar Ricaúd Saldivar canta  Stille Tränen, Op. 35, No. 10    de    R. Schumann Acompañado por Fernando López al piano .

De Universidad de Arizona, Edgar Ricaúd Saldivar canta Stille Tränen, Op. 35, No. 10 de R. Schumann Acompañado por Fernando López al piano . October 12, 2012 Twenty three students from Santa Cruz County schools performed themes in voice, piano, violin, cello, guitar and dance on Friday, October 5 at the Young Talented Musicians Concert 2012 in its second edition. ... Read More »

Great Historic Buildings

Historic Building: Pierson High School

BY JOESPH WRIGHT Nogales, a city rich in history, is full of great historic buildings; the old court house which is now used as the Cochise College campus in Nogales, the old fire station is now the Pimeria Alta Museum, and the old Nogales High School building up on the hill on Plum Street. These days the old High School ... Read More »


Nogales High School graduation.

Graduations in Santa Cruz County which included all area schools. Read More »

Junior Olympics

Long jump contestant at the Junior Olympics

The Nogales Lions Club held its annual Junior Olympics at Nogales High School this past May 11, 2011. Children from elementary schools around Nogales competed in this years event. The event had been postponed from a previous date due to the poor air quality resulting from the fires that swept the out skirts of Nogales. “The weather was beautiful, and ... Read More »

May 2011 NHS Students of the Month

Hannah Milner, May 2011, NHS Student of the Month

Nogales High School announces its last Student of the Month list for the 2011 school year. The students are selected for their academic achievement by their teachers and are honored with breakfast at Nogales High School and then presented at the Nogales Lions Club where they enjoy lunch and talk to Lions Club members about the achievement. Read More »

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