Monday, Dec. 17Regular Schedule till 5th Period12:05 - 12:46 5th Period12:52 - 1:32 6th PeriodExempt Students can Sign Out with a Parent Note1:38 - 2:45 7th Period EXAM
Tuesday, Dec. 187:45 - 8:45 1st Period EXAMExempt Students can Sign Out With a Parent Note8:55 - 9:55 2nd Period EXAMExempt Students can Sign Out With a Parent Note
10:05 - 11:15 3rd Period EXAM11:15 Dismissal
Wednesday, Dec. 197:45 - 8:45 4th Period EXAMExempt Students can Sign Out With a Parent Note8:55 - 9:55 5th Period EXAMExempt Students can Sign Out With a Parent Note10:05 - 11:15 6th Period EXAM11:15 Dismissal
ALL students should be present for school on Monday, December 17. That day will count toward being exempt for exams. Exempt students will be allowed to Self Check Out, provided they bring a note from their parent or guardian and sign out in the Main Lobby. Students will only be able to Check out between Exam Periods.
All 11th grade students who completed the ACT Practice Test October 16 had the opportunity to pick up their score report and test booklet from their homeroom teacher Thursday, Nov. 29, just prior to afternoon dismissal. Any Junior who did not pick up their results at that time will receive them in their 1st period class Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Students can use these results to target specific areas for improvement. The QR codes on the back of the printed student reports provide video clips that point out the most commonly missed problems and some tips/strategies that will help in the future. If you prefer to use a direct link rather than the QR code, here are the links:
Juniors who did not complete the practice test October 16 are encouraged to go by the Guidance Office sometime today or tomorrow to get a test booklet and answers to take the test for practice.
All Juniors will take a free real ACT at Houston High School April 2nd!
HHS also provides the following opportunities to prepare for the ACT:
Thank you and Go Mustangs!
HHS Admin and School Counseling Team
Houston High School Athletic Director, Chad Becker, has been recognized by the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and the College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation for their Extra Yard for Teachers program.
Mr. Becker, in his 25th year at Houston High, is 1 of only 14 educators nationally chosen for the award. The SEC worked with its 14 institutions to identify student-athletes who have had a teacher that greatly impacted his or her life. Each teacher’s school will receive a $10,000 grant from the CFP Foundation and SEC.Current Vanderbilt Women’s Soccer player and 2016 Houston High graduate, Paola Ellis, honored her former 10th grade English teacher with a testimonial which aired during SEC Nation last Saturday.
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We have two unique volunteering opportunities for the start of the school year. If you are interested, please visit the sign-ups below...
Volunteers are needed to help monitor at morning drop off. Two monitors would help with one by the Auditorium and one by A building in the morning from 6:30 - 7:45 to help keep things running smoothly and keep students moving towards class. Please sign up below:
Lunch monitors are also needed. Volunteers would monitor students from 10:15 - 12:15. Please sign up below:
We wanted to make you aware of a couple of changes in the device deployment that will start Monday. These changes should make it more convenient for families with multiple children.The scheduled dates will remain the same (see below).
We wanted to make you aware of a couple of changes in the device deployment that will start Monday. These changes should make it more convenient for families with multiple children.
The scheduled dates will remain the same (see below).
We believe all students should have access to rigorous and relevant Early Postsecondary Opportunities (EPSOs). Since the formation of the GMSD in June 2014, our course offerings have expanded, particularly with EPSOs, now including 27 Advanced Placement, 17 Dual Enrollment, and 2 Industry Certification courses for next year. In addition, we offer 48 Honors courses.
In an effort to provide the most appropriately rigorous options leading to postsecondary readiness, the following changes apply to two courses: