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Please remember to shop for appropriate school clothing when buying ‘back to school’ clothing for your kids. Our biggest problems every year are short skirts and short shorts, as well as shoulder ...more

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(949) 580-1100

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Electives Fair For Current 6th and 7th Graders

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We are requesting that all Niguel Hills parents who have not created a Parent Portal account please do so before the end of this month.  Having the account created will assist us and you with the registration process, and it allows you access to your child’s information.  If you have already created an account, you are set to go and there is no need to create another account.  Below is some important information to help you complete the Parent Portal sign up:

  1. Registering on Parent Portal requires your child’s student ID number.  Please call us at 234-5360 this week if you need that number.
  2. Registering on Parent Portal requires you access code.  This was on the current report card at the bottom of the page right above the GPA.  You may call us if you need that as well.
  3. You must follow the prompts to complete and update information, making sure you click “save” for each screen.
  4. On the student data page, make sure you complete each tab across the top and save.
  5. Click Here to register.
  6. Click Here for instructions (PDF).
  7. Click Here for video instructions: 
  8. Click Here for FAQs (PDF).


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Today: 9/2/14

NHMS Text-a-Tip


Niguel Hills Middle School has launched a new program called “Text-A-Tip” in another effort to keep schools safe. The program provides students with a confidential method to report problems directly to the school administrators.

Text-A-Tip will allow students to use their cell phone to text and report issues such as bullying, depression, fights, drugs, weapons, and any threats relating to campus safety. Via a confidential text, students can detail a problem without the fear of being labeled a “snitch,” “rat,” or “tattletale” by their peers. Posters will be placed around the campus so students will be aware of the program and the phone number for sending their texts.
Texting is a very comfortable way for the youth of today to communicate, and we feel this program will keep the lines of communication open between the students and the school administrators.
Text-A-Tip to (949) 391-6402
This program is not intended for emergency use. In case of an emergency requiring immediate law enforcement response, students should call 911.

New On-line Student Enrollment

If your child is new to CUSD, please click here to complete your enrollment on-line.



Parents: You now have the opportunity to place your child’s birthday message on the marquee for one day while helping our Associated Student Body raise funds for student needs and activities ...more