Preparing for the science bowl in Knoxville are: Lydia Gleaves, Rachel Leonard, Jacob Parrish, Andrew Whitaker, and Dallas Hamlin
King Jack Barquet and his court
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.
The Tennessee Science Bowl is sponsored by the US Department of Energy and administered by Oak Ridge Associated Universities. TSB is a fast-paced academic competition for high school students from across the state of Tennessee. HHS was selected as one of 56 teams and will compete in Knoxville, TN on February 23, 2013. In preparation for the 2013 TSB, our students are increasing their aptitudes and abilities in areas that will make them valuable in the highly competitive global marketplace. During the competition, the students will be challenged to solve mathematical problems and tested on their knowledge of a wide range of disciplines including biology, chemistry, earth science and physics. HHS science and math teachers have been advising our team. Good luck to the HHS TSB team!!
Do you have extra jeans you are tired of? Bring them to school!! The Service Learning class is actively taking part in “Teens for Jeans,” where we will collect jeans to donate to homeless teenagers. The grade level that brings in the most jeans will win a prize!
Thanks to everyone who came out for homecoming Saturday at Harpeth High School. We would especially like to thank Mrs. Hutchison and Mrs. Crotzer for all their hard work making Homecoming 2013 another success. Congratulations to the 2013 homecoming king Jack Barquet, with beautiful escort Rebecca Burnett, and his homecoming court! Thanks to the HHS basketball teams for all the excitement provided on the court as well. Volunteering to clean the gym on Monday with Mrs. Sig were Tori Riley, Annie Price, Chassity Choate, and Ruthie Tate.
Thanks, ladies, for a job well done!
Meghan Oliver, a representative from Nashville State, will be available at HHS on Monday, February 11, at 6:30 to answer any questions about dual-enrollment. If your student is a rising junior or senior and is interested in any dual enrollment classes next school year, you may want to attend this meeting. We look forward to helping you and your student as you plan for further education.
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is now accepting scholarship applications. The applications are available on their website at www.cfmt.org/request/scholarships and applications must be submitted online. A detailed listing of all the scholarships available may also be found on the website. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. CST. All applicants will be notified of the awards by mail in May. If you have further questions, please contact Ms. Pat Cole, Scholarship Coordinator toll-free at (888) 540-5200.
Upcoming events: March 8 deadline for the April 13 ACT test date; Basketball: SENIOR NIGHT-Feb. 8 HHS at home vs. West Creek; Wrestling: Feb. 8-9 Region 9 Tournament at Springfield; March 23 HHS Band of Blue 10th Annual Cabin Fever fundraiser; spring break March 25-29; HHS prom April 26
College/study tip: No goal is out of reach! Here are five steps to achieving your goals: decide what’s important, set your goals, plan how to achieve, follow through, and continue setting goals.
Beliefs: Schools should have a combined caring commitment from community, parents, staff, students, and teachers.
Quote of the week: “Hope is the anchor to the soul, the stimulus to action, and the incentive to achievement.” Anonymous
Have a glorious weekend!!