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Use this site daily to practice test questions from previous ACT tests.  This is a great tool to prepare for the ASPIRE and ACT tests.

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The Haughton High School Advanced Studies Program offers students the opportunity to earn college credit before they actually become full time college students.  By choosing to pursue and excel in the most academically rigorous coursework HHS has to offer, students can begin to amass college credits to help them begin their college careers and ensure they are “college ready.”  

 

Click HERE to learn more about this opportunity.

News

2/2/16

Any Senior who would like to take the ACT test during the state testing day needs to see Mrs. George ASAP since spaces are limited.

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2/2/16

Next week is Red Ribbon Week here at HHS! This is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention and awareness campaign. Next week our campus will come together to take a visible stand against drugs. Our theme this year is "Respect Yourself." Create a poster that will encourage your fellow students to respect themselves and be drug free. Submit your entries to the Library by Monday, February 8, and winners will be chosen for prizes!

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You should be proud, Haughton High students!  You did a wonderful job being kind to your fellow students and the staff at Haughton High School.  Ms. Meyer and the RAK club did a wonderful job with the Great Kindness Challenge.  All last week the day started with a message from Madison Waldron, the president of RAK.  Students were then given a checklist of acts of kindness to perform.  Students were asked to draw a picture representing acts of kindness and were given a sticker reading, "Sprinkle Kindness like Confetti".  HHS students stepped up to the challenge, and because of your support and "acts of kindness" HHS was awarded and deemed a Kindness Certified School for 2016.  Way to go, RAK club and students of HHS!

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Congratulations to Haughton High School for receiving the “Day of Service Extra Mile” Award from the United Way.

 

Haughton High School students took advantage of a community service opportunity as part of Bossier Parishes’ “Day of Service” in the fall.  What started out as a one-day event, quickly transformed into a monthly activity that these students have enjoyed being a part of.   These students have devoted many weekends over the past 5 months volunteering at the “Re-Nesting” Organization located in Bossier City.  We are proud to have students that have the desire to go above and beyond to help others! 

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Haughton's Very Own Dak Prescott Honored as Most Outstanding Player

Once again Haughton High School could not be more proud of our very own Dak Prescott.  The Mississippi State quarterback was selected to play in the College Senior Bowl this past Saturday.  Dak completed seven of 10 passes for 61 yards and a touchdown during the game.  He was named the South MVP and then honored with the Most Outstanding Player of the Senior Bowl!    Dak graduated from Haughton in 2011 and reported to Mississippi State that Fall.  During his college career Dak has played in the Orange Bowl, was a candidate for the Heisman Trophy.  This year Dak threw 3,793 yards, 29 touchdowns, and completed 66.2% of his passes. He also ran for 588 yards and 10 touchdowns, ending his four-year college career with 114 total touchdowns.  Since only one player receives the title of Most Outstanding Player this only confirms what we have always know:   Dak Prescott is one of a kind.  

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AP Boot Camp was a Big Hit!

Atten-hut!  Haughton High School Advanced Placement students reported for duty during the first annual Haughton High School AP Boot Camp.  Students who are in AP courses reported to the HHS Boys’ gym for the challenge of their lives.  Students were divided into teams and then given four very rigorous challenges.  After each rotation, the skills and strategies needed to complete the challenges were then discussed as the skills and strategies needed to succeed in an AP course and pass the AP exam.  The students were definitely up for the challenge.  Although it was hard, they had a great time and could not wait to see which teams were victorious during the awards presentation.  Hunt’s High Flyers were the winning team while McKay’s Green Berets won Most Spirited Group.  If only class was like this everyday! 

Congratulations to our very own Kevin Williams for being named the 2015-2016 District VIII Band Director of the Year, and BRBB Senior Nathan McMillian for receiving the Leon Anderson Memorial Scholarship, awarded to one deserving Senior who will be pursuing a degree in Music Education. These awards were presented at the District VIII High School Honor Band concert Saturday. We are so very proud of both of them!  Go, Big Red Band!

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See the World With Us!

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This world is a great, big place.  Experiencing other parts of this world is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.  We are taking HHS students (Parents are welcome too!) to see another part of this world this summer.  We are going on a 10 day trip to England, France, Switzerland, and Germany.  The itinerary is fast paced and explores as many famous and unique places as we can fit. Stand on top of the Eiffel Tower one day, and then yodel with the goats at the top of the Swish Alps the next!  All of the information you need to know to join us can be found here.  Also, please feel free to contact Mrs. Duncan at 549-5482 or Mrs. George at 549-5533. This trip would be a wonderful senior trip opportunity!

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Buc P.R.I.D.E.

HHS Behavior Expectations:

Practice safety
Respect people and property
Integrity and honor
Dedicate yourself to learning
Encourage cooperation

Words of the Week

This week’s root is  sub - under

M   Submersion (n.) The act of placing completely under water

Tu  Subpoena (n.) A writ placing one under threat of punishment unless one appears in court

W   Subterraneous (adj.) Underground; as, a subterraneous passage

Th  Sub fluvial (adj.)  Placed under a river; as, a tunnel

 F  Subconscious (adj.) Under the conscious level of the mind

Mr. David Brown, HHS Teacher of the Year 2016-2017

Mr. David Brown, HHS Teacher of the Year 2016-2017

2015-2016 Student of the Year Miss Kimberly Cook

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February Teacher of the Month Mrs. Stacy Brotherton