Because of shared buses, HHS start and end times have been adjusted to accommodate the bus route times. HHS school start time will now be 7:40 with the first bell ringing at 7:35. School will be dismissed this year at 2:25. Pleas...
If you are looking for information about the 2015-16 school year, you have come to the right place. In the left-hand column of this page you will find the 2015-16 HHS Student Handbook and the 2015-16 HHS Dress Code Guidelines. In the r...
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Congratulations to Zachary Runkle who has been awarded the distinction of AP Scholar. The criteria for this award includes passing at least 3 AP course tests and maintaining an average score of 3.0 or higher. Zachary has passed all of his AP course tests.
Congratulations to Dakota Digilormo who has been awarded the distinction of AP Scholar with Honor. This award is granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.
Passing an AP Exam is no easy task. We are very proud of all of our students who chose to take the challenge of AP courses this spring, and of course, those students who passed their exams. We are especially proud of these two young men who know the value of completing AP courses. Both have amassed a very impressive college transcript because of this opportunity.
Mrs. Aundrea Weinreber is Awarded the Optimist Club Grant
Haughton High School’s chemistry teacher Mrs. Aundrea Weinreber is one of seven Bossier Paris teachers who received great news today along with a great big check! Mrs. Weinreber applied for and was awarded grant money from the Optimist Club of Bossier City. Mrs. Weinreber received an award of $1,540 to purchase Lab Quests for her classroom lab to help and graph data. Her students can look forward to collecting, analyzing, and sharing data results using the hand-held computer devices while completing experiments. These devices support and enhance STEM education opportunities and will be a great addition to Mrs. Weinreber’s classroom.
Mrs. Weinreber is pictured above third from the right.
Senior Project Students Give Back to the Community!
This year, Haughton High School seniors raised just over $25,000cash donations to award various charities including the local special education ...more