Please join me in congratulating the Boys Varsity Tennis team who on Saturday captured their 4th straight State title by defeating Valdosta in the semifinals and Walton in the Finals. The Titan tennis team finished the season with an undefeated record.  To Coach Hunter and all the team members; we are so proud of your accomplishments!  And speaking of congratulations, Jared Dunn placed 5th in the State Track meet in the 110 meter hurdles. Jared’s time of 14.64 seconds sets a new Northview record!
As we enter the final weeks of school, please help us support your student as we focus on final exams.  It is essential that students be present for every class, on time and ready to focus.  I have been so fortunate to have a student body that is focused and on-task throughout the year; however, the temptation to relax before the job is done can be strong.  The final exam constitutes 15% of the final grade; it is a chance for students to greatly improve their course averages if they are prepared and focused.  To ensure that the proper atmosphere is maintained, please remind your child that any student whose behavior is in any way disruptive to the learning process will be sent home for the remainder of the school year and will have to return after Memorial Day to complete exams and turn in make-up work.
Final exams can only be taken at the scheduled times.  Teachers are not permitted to give early exams as that time is needed to assist students in preparation and review.  If there is a legitimate reason for a student to be absent during an exam day, please send a note to the attendance office requesting an approved absence.  If the student is absent due to illness, please call the attendance office and email his/her teachers.  Regardless of the reason, as long as a parent notifies the school of the absence, the student may make-up the missed exam(s) for full credit.  If possible, all make-up exams should be completed the week following Memorial Day.

Students who have lost jackets, shoes, watches, glasses, and so forth need to check the lost and found department located in the clinic.  We have a tremendous amount of good, unclaimed items that will be given to North Fulton Charities on Friday.  Locker clean-out will take place on Tuesday, May 19th.  Lockers are to be left empty at the end of the school day; students should bring only the items needed for their exams on exam days.  It is important that students turn in the books that they were issued!  Friends often will unknowingly use each other’s books; now is the time to start getting everything in order.  If any books are lost, the charges must be cleared with the office before records can be released.  If a lost book is paid for and the book is later found, the school will gladly issue a refund.
Exam days, May 20-21-22, are early release days.  Students will be released at 12:10; we will hold the busses until 12:40 for those who wish to eat lunch or have other business to take care of.  Those who do not ride a bus are free to leave at 12:10.  Students are not to bring backpacks, large purses or bags on exam days; such items will be confiscated and returned after dismissal on Friday, May 22.  This has been a great year, and if we all work together, it will end on a positive and productive note!
Ever Upward and Onward!
Peter F. Zervakos

Upcoming Events

May 4th - 15th
AP Exams

May 20th - 22nd
Exam Days

May 24th

Important Links

Parking applications are due on Friday May 15th in the attendance office by 4:00 pm.   Applications can be found on line at the Northview website.   At the site you will find all the information about parking, rules, and deadlines.  The FAQ sections will answer many of your questions.  Do not wait until the last moment.  Incomplete applications will not be accepted. 

On Friday May 15th, seniors may pick up and circulate their Senior Exemption and Checkout Form.  This form will be available before school on May 15th outside the attendance office.  After that it will be available in the attendance office.  Seniors may exempt their spring semester final exams if they meet the following criteria:
1.) 80 or higher average without honor points and without recovery
2.) No suspension, in-school or out-of-school, during entire spring semester

This form must be completed by each senior before they can walk.  Final transcripts will be held until this is done.  Students must turn their completed form into the counseling office on or before May 22.   Students who exempt exams and will not be in school May 18 and/or May 19, must have written permission from their parents to be absent these days.

Students who qualify may attempt an exam but will not be penalized if results lower the final grade.

Your help is needed to chaperone Project Graduation (PG) on Sunday night, May 24th and through the night.  PG is an all night graduation party held at Jillian’s at Discover Mills.  It is an awesome night for the graduates which allows them to celebrate in a safe environment all night long!  Entertainment and food is provided for them the entire evening thru to the morning with a band, dj, hypnotist, games…everything Jillian’s has to offer is open just for our Northview graduates!!

Plus, there are gift drawings all night long – every graduate goes home with a gift which may range from a gift card to a television!!

The tradition is that Junior parents chaperone this event because, obviously, the seniors don’t want their parents around during their graduation party!


It is only 3+ hours.
11:30 pm to 3 am 
3 am to 6 am. 

I know… it sounds terrible and you ask, how will I stay awake??
I’ve done it twice now and I promise that once you are there, you will have fun and be glad you had the experience!
Please email me today with your commitment.

Margaret Harris Barfell
Junior Parent Coordinator, PG ‘09

January 2008 twenty-five Northview students spent a week in Washington D.C. seeing all of the sights there were to see as well as meeting Georgia members of Congress, attending a Washington Capitols Game, shopping in Georgetown and meeting many new friends from schools from around the nation.
This past January 17th, twenty Northview students and two teachers left on a 6 am am flight out of Atlanta heading to Washington D.C. and straight into history to witness the Inauguration of our 44th President.  Regardless of political affiliation and views students were witness to the peaceful transition of power that has been a part of our nations history for over 200 years.
January 17, 2010 will mark the 4th year Northview has participated in Close Up! Enrollment is open to any students currently at Northview, regardless of what school you will attend next year.  We want as many students to experience this unique program with experiences and new friends that will last a lifetime.
This year’s program includes:
· 6 days and 5 nights in Washington DC, with the option to add an extra day depending upon interest. Extra Day adds approximately $180.
· Visits to: Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, the White House, the Supreme Court etc.
· Museums including the Holocaust Museum, the Smithsonian, the Newseum, International Spy Museum, etc. 
· Capital Hill Day where students will meet with Georgia members of Congress and tour one of the most well-known buildings in the world.
· A day with your teachers to visit the sights and student-chosen activities.
Important Information:
· Tuition: Total with transportation $1159, which includes airfare, hotel, food and all entry fees.
· This year students can enroll now and make their payments online!  Not only will this help by allowing you to gradually make payments over time, but if you pay the $100 deposit by August 1st you will lock in our early bird price.
· Close-Up arranges all travel, hotels and tours.
· Deposit:  $100 non-refundable Due by August 1st.
· E-Registration:  All participants must register at, It's quick and easy.  Register yourself ASAP then go to “Participants: Enroll and Pay” under Inauguration Information Northview School ID# (AT245).This is the same site you will manage your account, enrollment, and payment.
Fundraising Opportunities:
Letters will be available for students to send to businesses and individuals to help sponsor you in paying for part of your entire trip.
For more information or questions please email Coach Dixon  at and you can look at the Close-Up Website at

Mike Dixon
Northview High School
"Home of the Titans"
Social Studies Department
JV Baseball Head Coach

If you have a cheerleader for the 2009-2010 year, please plan on attending the General Cheer Booster Board Meeting on Monday, May 18, 2009.  The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the Food Court. Elections will take place and the new budget will be adopted. You will also have a chance to join the booster club.  If you have any questions, please contact Raeann Tighe at

Sunday, May 17th 4:00 pm at Johns Creek Baptist Church; Graduates please arrive by 3:30 pm and meet in the Heritage Room. Please send your RSVP to Angela Harrelson 775 Cambridge Crest Lane Alpharetta, GA  30005.  Voluntary donation of $25.00; make checks payable to NHS Baccalaureate Committee.  Dress: girls-Black and white dresses/skirts/blouses  boys-Black pants, white shirt and tie for boys
Please email at or call 770-667-6378 for more information.

There will be an organizational PTSA charter meeting this Friday, May, 15, 2009 at Wilson Creek Elementary School starting at 10am for those parents who have a student attending Johns Creek High School. The meeting will take place in the Science Force room but you need to sign in at the front office. If you are interested in helping charter the new PTSA, please plan on attending this meeting where you can sign up for different committees.


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