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Harpeth High School News   Mission statement:  HHS provides a safe learning community which challenges its students academically, artistically, and athletically.  We empower our students to become life-long learners who possess integrity and wisdom.

Thank you to all parents and students who have returned their information sheet to school.  We find it quite useful to be able to communicate with you about all events at Harpeth High School.  We appreciate  your interest in your child’s education and the effort you show as we all work together for the good of the student’s future.

We will be presenting a Senior night at Harpeth High this coming Monday, August 27 at 6:30.  There will be a lot of information on Financial Aid for post high school education.  If you are needing money for college, this will be a great opportunity for you.  We hope to see you there.
It’s football time in Kingston Springs!!!! Tonight marks the start of the 2012 season for the HHS Indians.  They will be taking the field against Hickman County at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets for all ages are $5.00 each.   Let’s fill the stands and show your Harpeth pride as we cheer on our HHS Indians to victory!!  Go Indians!

HHS has planned an Open House on September 20 from 6:00-7:30. We will also be hosting a College Fair that night as well.  Be sure to make plans to come and meet teachers and representatives from several colleges.  This promises to be a very informational evening for parents and students.

The next new faculty member we would like to introduce is Mr. Jack Brimm.

Mr. Brimm claims a lifelong love of reading and writing. He has one more class in order to complete his masters and be eligible to teach dual enrollment classes for interested students.  Mr. Brimm teaches three sections of standard and three of advanced English II classes.  Mr. Brimm finds students “sharp, friendly, eager to learn and motivated.”  He is also helping as an assistant coach with the HHS Lady Indians volleyball team.  “I think we will have a strong season.”  Mr. Brimm is married to an English teacher and has two sons.  Welcome to Harpeth, Mr. Brimm.

The members of the HHS Cross Country Team have been training hard for the upcoming season under the guidance of Coach Kelso.

Two young men, Dillon Hamilton and Ethan Boyd, participated in a recent Nashville Striders race with both of them finishing first in their age classifications.  They also reached personal bests for distance by running 9 miles at an Edwin Warner Park training run.  Good luck to Coach Kelso and the Cross Country Team this season.

Have a sensational week!!

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