226 State Rd. 62 North
New Washington, IN
Building Open to Students
Student Instructional Day
8:10 am to 2:55 pm
New Washington Middle/High School is committed to student learning, creativity, and individual achievement in a safe, responsible, and challenging environment through dedicated school and community cooperation.
About New Washington Middle/High School
New Washington Middle/High School (NWM/HS) is a unique school in GCCS as it serves grades six through twelve on the same campus and enrolls approximately 387 students. The middle school program is located on the first floor and the high school program is located on the second with Ag-Tech, Arts, Health/P.E., and Music located in a separate wing. The Library/Media Center is a hub of activity for resources and research and is located in the middle of the building on the first level.
NWM/HS is committed to learning, creativity, and individual achievement in a safe, responsible and challenging environment through dedicated school and community cooperation. It is truly a world-class education in a small school setting.
NWM/HS offers a variety of highly effective curriculum and extra-curricular activities. The Academic Team continues to be competitive in local and state competitions with individual and team winners. The competitive cheer squad has won three state championships and has been state runner-up twice over the last six years. The Future Farmers of America (FFA) has been recognized at the local, state, and national levels over the years. There is much to be proud of for the New Washington community.
NWM/HS has a positive behavior motto of “PRIDE” and we consider our school a high performance zone!
Endorsed Early College High School
Student achievement levels on statewide tests are consistently above the state average
Strong partnerships with local businesses
Annually competing for athletics championship recognition
New Washington Schools are the focal point of the community
Rated an “A” school for three years in a row from the Indiana Department of Education