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.
Harpeth High School was selected as one of 56 teams to compete in the National Science Bowl in Knoxville, Tennessee on February 23. Our team, preparing for the science bowl, consists of: Lydia Gleaves, Rachel Leonard, Jacob Parrish, Andrew Whitaker, and Dallas Hamlin. Tennessee Science Bowl is sponsored by the US Department of Energy and administered by the Oak Ridge Associated Universities. TSB is a fast-paced academic competition for high school students from across the state of Tennessee. Managed by the Office of Science in the Department of Energy, this competition was established to encourage students in the essential subjects of science and mathematics to excel and pursue careers in those fields. Many students will likely go on to become scientists, teachers, engineers, and leaders. Best of luck to our students as they face this worthy challenge.
Harpeth High faculty and staff would like to thank Mrs. Lampley’s Nutrition class for all the goodies made and brought to the office last week. We enjoyed them and appreciated your thoughtfulness. Around the table in the picture are: Savannah Hudson, Carson Marlin, Lauren Cripps, Carly McCain, Will Clayton, and Beau Johnson. Thank you so much!
Any students interested in auditioning for this year’s HHS Talent Show should sign up on Ms. McVay’s door, room 208. You also need to fill out an audition form and turn it in to Ms. McVay.
Auditions will be Tuesday and Thursday, February 26 and 28. Please see Ms. McVay with any questions. You may also email her at Stephanie.McVay@ccstn.org.
Congratulations to senior Camron Cox for placing 4th in the 120 lb. weight class of the TSSAA State Wrestling championship this past weekend at the Williamson Ag Center. Camron wrestled fellow wrestlers from one end of the state to the next. We are proud of your wrestling career at Harpeth High. Way to go, Camron! You are a great representative of Harpeth High School. James Sokol placed in the top 12 of the 126 lb. weight class. Great effort, James! Thanks to Coach Woods for all your tutolege and dedication to these wrestlers and the wrestling program at HHS.
Congratulations also go to Mr. Bill King for being elected 2012-2013 HHS teacher of the year! You do a great job for our HHS students!
Upcoming events: Wrestling banquet Feb. 24 at HHS; 8th grade parent night Monday, February 25 at 6:30 in the HHS theatre; March 8 deadline for April 13 ACT; March 23 HHS Band of Blue 10th Annual Cabin Fever concert and fundraiser; spring break March 25-29; HHS prom April 26.
College/study tip: A student planner is an excellent tool for keeping track of all of your activities and assignments. Record dates and times of meetings, practices, games, and other appointments in the after school spaces. Record assignments and due dates checking them off when completed. Use the monthly calendar to record personal events, such as birthdays and vacation days.
Food for thought: Good schools, like good societies and good families, celebrate and cherish diversity.
“Quote of the week: “Those who love you, and are helped by you, will remember you when forget-me-nots have withered. Carve your name on their hearts. . .”
-Charles Hadden Spurgeon
Have a splendid weekend!!