ALL color Senior Portraits for the Class of 2018 must be submitted to the yearbook staff no later than October 1st, 2017. Any portrait submitted after this date may not be included in the 2018 yearbook, instead, your child’s ID photo will automatically be used. Digital images are HIGHLY preferred.
Have a safe Summer!
"Thirteen Reasons Why" is a very popular Netflix series that teens are watching across the country presently. The series is about a teenage girl who dies by suicide after leaving tape recordings for the thirteen people in her life who hurt her. The show addresses some very serious issues such as bullying, sexual assault, substance abuse, and depression, as well as suicide - topics that may be triggers for fragile or vulnerable teens. We encourage you to have an open dialogue with your teen about the series. Please open the link above to read more.
Principal Evan Bishop is pleased to announce that 15 HHS students were named National Merit Scholarship Commended. These students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2016 competition by taking the 2014 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). They are: William Allen, Jacqueline Barnes, Madison Calkins, Samuel Danaceu, Jennifer DePatie, Victoria Feng, Madeleine Francis, Lydia Frankin, Evan Goldstein, Tiffany Hou, John McAuliffe, Brianna Mirabile, Kyra Moed, Rishabh Shadra, and Chris Zarba. Congratuations!!