Celebrating Norwin's Past and Supporting Its Future

Join us as we celebrate the Third Annual Knight of Distinguished Alumni on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Now accepting reservations. Sponsored by Duncan Financial Group.

We help current and future generations of Norwin students achieve the most out of their education.

The Norwin School District Community Foundation works to help Norwin teachers, parents, and students benefit further from their education through grants, scholarship programs, community outreach, and more.

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Announcing Norwin's Distinguished Alumni for 2019

The Norwin Alumni & Friends Association, in coordination with the Norwin School District Community Foundation, is proud to announce the 2019 class of Distinguished Alumni. Throughout their lives, these honorees have demonstrated how the quality education they received, along with the support of a nurturing community, can serve as a springboard to great achievements:

Third Annual Knight of Distinguished Alumni

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You are cordially invited to join the Norwin School District Community Foundation on Thursday, May 23, 2019 for a celebration of Norwin’s past, present, and future as we honor the achievements of of some of our most distinguished alumni and graduating students, sponsored by Duncan Financial Group. Reservations are required for this event at $37.

Sponsor an ad in the 2019 Knight of Distinguished Alumni Program Booklet

The selection process for the Third Annual Knight of Distinguished Alumni Recognition Dinner is well under way. Norwin has a long tradition of producing outstanding alumni, but some go even further in life. This event is a celebration of Norwin’s past, present, and future as we honor the achievements of some of our most distinguished alumni and a graduating student on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at the Stratigos Banquet Center.

Apply Now for the 2019 NAFA Scholarship

The Norwin Alumni & Friends Association (NAFA) will award a $500.00 scholarship to a graduating Norwin High School student who has been accepted to a college or trade school, and has at least one parent who is a Norwin graduate. The successful scholarship applicant will be one who shows active school and community service during their high school years.