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The HHS Library is looking for Treasure Chests. If you have a yearbook you would like to donate to the school, please contact Michaela Meredith to help bring the memories back to HHS! 

Yearbooks needed: Anything before 1950, 1954, 1958, 1959, 1965, 1966, 1973-1981, and 1983-1988.



Group photo of Rising Star honoreesFourteen Bossier Parish high school students who have shown personal growth and academic achievement were honored as Rising Stars recently by the Bossier Optimist Club.
The students were nominated by their school administration and teachers for the turning point they have made at school, whether it be with grades, attitude, behavior or the like. 
This year's class of Rising Stars include: Timoune Cooper and David Young, Airline; Ardis Cole and Karshun Shepard, Benton; Cindi Amaya and Darrien Mason, Bossier High; Sherri Lane and James Prock, Butler Educational Complex; Unique Allen and Antoine Ball, Haughton High; Sha'Diamond McKnight and Ty Nelson, Parkway; and Nia'relle Scott and Giovannie Smith, Plain Dealing. 

Congratulations to these Rising Stars and a big thanks to the Bossier Optimist Club for recognizing them!


Group photo of HHS Marksmanship Varsity TeamThe Marksmanship team at Haughton High has its sights in focus and is gunning for the Air Force JROTC National Championship, after proving at recent competitions they are among the best shooters in the state.  

The Varsity Team earned State Championship Runner-Up, beating other programs from around Louisiana. Haylee Ritter earned 5th place; Michael Roe, 6th; Steven Barfield, 12th and Aaron Jones, 15th. The entire team qualified for an invitation to compete in the Civilian Marksmanship Program National Championships in June.

Their performance at State paved the way to compete in the AFJROTC Marksmanship National Championships in Alabama, where they pulled the trigger on yet another impressive finish. The team qualified as the 16th seed and finished in fourth place.

A bonus for the HHS team was Steven Barfield finished in 8th place overall out of all Air Force Sporter Class shooters and placed 3rd in an intense Finals shootout.

The Varsity team includes: Aaron Jones, Michael Roe, Steven Barfield, Haylee Ritter and Brandon Moll, along with their coach Colonel Tony Zucco.

Their performance earned them an invitation to compete at the All Service JROTC Nationals in March at Camp Perry, Ohio.

Sure as shooting, Haughton’s Marksmanship Team is right on target!


Photo of Superintendent and NSU President signing documentsWith the stroke of a pen, Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith and Northwestern State University President Dr. Chris Maggio signed an agreement today that paves the way for high school students to attain a college education.

“Imagining the Possibilities” is an initiative between the two educational partners that will enable Bossier Parish students to earn college credit and the possibility of lucrative scholarship packages should they choose to attend NSU.

Students receiving a qualifying score on their ACT test or various Advanced Placement (AP) and College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams will receive academic credit at Northwestern through the “Imagining the Possibilities” initiative.

In addition, scholarship incentives will be made available to Bossier Parish students meeting academic criteria and enrolling in seven majors at NSU, beginning in fall 2018. Those include accounting, biology, business administration, computer information systems, engineering technology, education and nursing. Students interested in other academic areas may also qualify for scholarship packages. 

As part of the agreement, the NSU recruiting team will be conducting visits at all Bossier Parish high schools to present the “Imagining the Possibilities” initiative to juniors and seniors.

“Bossier Schools consistently seeks every opportunity we can provide for our students’ academic success and this initiative with Northwestern goes hand in hand with that,” said Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith. “We are eager for Bossier Parish students to take advantage of this initiative to pursue a college education and potentially save their families thousands of dollars.”


Vision Statement

High Academics in a Controlled Environment

Mission Statement

To equip our students to live well-rounded lives by becoming effective communicators, life-long learners, and productive citizens.

Daily Announcements

Friday, February 23,  2018:

If you are interested in any of the competitions for the i3 Art Expo, the information about who to contact and the deadlines can be found on the HHS homepage.


Cheerleader tryout packets for the 2018-19 school year will be available for pickup from Mrs. Shaw beginning Monday, February 26.  They are due back to her Friday March 2.


If you have applied for Louisiana Tech University and plan on attending in the fall, please stop by the library today during your lunch shift to meet with recruiter Andy Cline.  He will help with scholarships, register for orientation and make sure that all paperwork is in order.  


Seniors:  Just a reminder that the scholarship offered by the Bossier Retired Teachers Association is due March 1.  There also several scholarship opportunities through the Bossier Parish School Board that are due on February 28.  Many of you may qualify for these scholarships.  The applications were sent to you by email.  Don't let them pass you by!  Completed scholarships should be turned in to Mrs. Waldron at least a day before the deadline.


District Literary Rally participants - Please check your student email for instructions and information about the District Literary Rally trip to LA Tech this Saturday. If you have any questions, please contact Miss Hall.

Senior officers will meet with Mrs. Allison in E-6 during activity today.


Don’t forget:  if you are interested in volunteering to help with Teacher Appreciation Week, sign up for FTA on the sheet outside Mrs. Shaw’s door, room 10 upstairs in the H building.


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Unique and Antoine are Rising Stars!

Congratulations to HHS's 

 2018 Optimist Club Rising Star Recipients

Unique Allen
Antoine Ball

Bossier Parish Schools is now hosting it’s own arts showcase called i3Art Expo.  Anyone in the school is eligible to participate in the competitions.  You do not have to be in drama club, talented arts, band, or choir.   If you are interested, you should see the following teachers for more information:   
Theater competition -- Mrs. Raley-deadline to sign up to audition Friday, February 23rd
Inspired Authors Showcase -- Ms. Freeman-deadline to submit entry Monday, April 2nd
Vocal, Instrumental, or Singer/Songwriter Music Showcase -- Mr. Bond. 
If you are interested in the music competition, you need to see Mr. Bond immediately since school auditions are next week.

Free Tutoring at HHS

Haughton High School is offering free tutoring for students. The ideal student for participation would be one of the following:

  • currently enrolled in Credit Recovery courses
  • Seniors working toward graduation in need of Workkeys testing
  • Odysseyware users
  • Students needing assistance with End of Course (EOC) concepts
  • General classwork/homework help
  • ACT prep

Location: Rm E-1


The tutoring services begin Monday, February 12 and will continue through finals.  Daily participation is not mandatory. Please be aware that students must have a ride at 3:30 p.m.   

If this service is something you and your student are considering, please fill out the information below and return to Ms. Crystal Almond in E-1 or your student's math teacher no later than the first day you plan to stay for tutoring

Get Ready for the ACT

State ACT testing will occur March 20th for all juniors and select seniors.  


All juniors are automatically signed up for March 20th testing. They are require to take the test. Cost is covered by the state for all juniors. So the test is FREE for Juniors.


For 2018, Seniors who scored between a 16 and 20 on the ACT are also automatically signed up to test.  They will are also required to take it.  Cost is covered by the district for these students. So the test is FREE for Seniors who scored between a 16 and 20.


Additionally, Seniors who scored a 21 or higher CAN also take the test on March 20th for a discounted rate ($37 cash-due 3/1/18).  Seniors wishing to take the ACT (who have a 21 or higher) will need to sign up by Tuesday, January 30th.


To sign up, fill out the form with any teacher and have the teacher return the form to Mrs. Arbuckle’s box.   Remember it is only for Seniors who have a 21 or high, is at a discounted rate, and will be given on campus March 20th during school.  See any teacher for a form (due by 1/30)!


It's never too early to start preparing for the ACT. Click on the image below to download a 64 page guide that includes full-length practice tests and much, much more! Paper copies are available to Juniors. See Mrs. Arbuckle to pick up a copy!

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Ring Ding is May 13th at 6:00 p.m.

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See Mrs. Harlan for more information.

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