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HHS Honor Code: All Harpeth students shall embrace the courage to conduct themselves with integrity and honesty in every circumstance.

We will treat all individuals with respect and dignity, celebrating the differences that make us unique.

American Red Cross Blood Drive

HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) will be assisting the American Red Cross. Donors can sign up at www. and enter sponsor code harpethhs Friday Jan 25 8am to 1pm in the Harpeth High School library.

Basketball Homecoming Sat. Feb 2nd. Homecoming Court will be presented at Boys half-time. Harpeth VS. Stewart Co.

Basketball and Basketball Cheer Senior Night Fri. Feb 8th Harpeth VS. West Creek

The 2012-2013 Arrow Yearbook Staff is diligently working to provide you with many memories that will last a lifetime. Senior parents, you still have the opportunity to publicly recognize your

special graduate with a SENIOR AD effective until January 31, 2013.

This consists of a personalized message (with or without pictures) which appears in the yearbook along with other ads from proud parents. Most parents do not tell their seniors that they are ordering an AD, so when the yearbooks are distributed, it is a wonderful surprise. Contents may include a message and pictures. Parent ads range from $50.00 for 1/8 page, $75.00 for 1/4 page, $100.00 for 1/2 page, and $200.00 for a full page.

For more information, please contact Mrs. Waynick and the yearbook staff at You may also order and pay for yearbooks with Mrs. Waynick or the front office. A receipt will be issued once processed by the yearbook staff. We look forward to working with you. Let us know how we can help you make the most of this very special time in your student’s life.

It is January, which means it is time to fill out the FAFSA. Go to to start filling it out. The FAFSA is the application for the HOPE scholarship. James Snider from Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation will be at Harpeth High School on January 29 from 12:00-5:00 to assist parents and students with their FAFSA applications.

New scholarship listings include Tennessee Assn. of Conservation Districts Memorial Scholarship, Deep South Region Scholarship Program, DAR Scholarships, Middle Tennessee Nursery Assn. Scholarship, Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation Scholarship, CIC Foundation Scholarship. We also have many more scholarship opportunities available in the counselors’ office. We would be glad to help you fill out any applications.

Upcoming events: No school January 21 for MLK Day; yearbook parent ads due January 31; next deadline for the March 9 ACT test is February 8, March 8 for the April 13 test date; deadline for Heritage Bank $500.00 scholarship application for seniors only-February 8; Basketball: HHS vs. Waverly at home 6:30, Jan. 22; HHS at Camden, 6:00, Jan. 25; Wrestling: Jan. 22, HHS at Hendersonville, 5:30; Jan. 24 HHS at Summitt for A-AA Region Duals, 5:00.

College/study tip: Notice how gathering information for your assignment resembles a treasure hunt. Clues may be found in books, on the internet, and even through personal interviews. Take organized notes, document the sources used, and remember to keep track of where you found each piece of information. Happy hunting!

Beliefs: The people who influence you are people who believe in you.

Quote of the week: “Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; but remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.” Epicurus

Have a lovely weekend!!

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