Haverhill High School


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The Mission of Haverhill High School is to produce self-directed learners who read, write, and speak effectively in Standard English and who apply analytical and technological skills to interpret information and problem solve.

  • Academy Night December 9, 2014

    If you missed the night, please click on the link to see a brief Powerpoint
    Questions please contact Ms. Kitsos X1103 or Ms. Fleming X1104 978-374-5700

    Academy Night

  • Week of December 15th

    Monday, Dec 15th

    Candy Cane Grams on sale during Freshmen lunch

    Tuesday, Dec 16th

    Key Cub, 2:05 – 3:00 pm, 208

    Late Bus, 3:15

    SADD, after school, M14

    German Club, after school, 222

    Baseball Info Meeting, 2:15 – 2:40, cafeteria

    Wednesday, Dec 17th

    Student Advisory Board,  7:00 am, Conference Room

    Exel club, 2:05 – 3:00, Christmas party, M14

    Football meeting, 2:15 – 2:45, Auditorium

    Senior Class play rehearsal

    Thursday, Dec 18th

    Late Bus, 3:15

    Senior Class play rehearsal

    Auditions “Circus, Circus” , after school, Room A19

    Friday, Dec 19th

    Holiday Break begins 2:05

    Candy Cane Grams delivered

  • Haverhill High School welcomes Soha Yawar- A YES Exchange Student from Pakistan

    Haverhill High School is proud to host Soha Yawar, a 15 year old student from Peshawar, Pakistan. She is here for a year on the US Department of State Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program. The program is funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs (ECA) to provide scholarships for high school students from countries with significant Muslim populations to study for one academic year in the U.S.. Soha is being hosted by Amy and Paul Miller from Haverhill.

    As a young woman, and one of 5 children, she is very aware of the good fortune and future opportunities that participating on an exchange can bring. Of the 30,000 students who applied, only 108 were chosen to participate in the YES Program. After high school, Soha plans to apply to Harvard University and study dentistry. She is very bright and outgoing by nature and we wish her well!

    If you see Soha in school or around town, please give her a warm welcome: Assalam-O-Alaikum- or “Peace be upon you”.






  • HHS Signs Membership Agreement with National Academy Foundation

    HHS Launches a new IT Pathway (NAF Certified Career Academy) to be offered in the Fall of 2015.  The NAF IT Pathway will reside within the HHS STEM Academy. The Design Team is comprised of HHS Teachers Lance Gomes and Thomas Lienhard, who will also be teaching the two flagship classes as well as Brian Nagel- Technology Facilitator at the HPS iSchool, Victoria Kelley- Career Academy Coordinator and Internship Coordinator, Lisa Hunt.  The NAF IT Pathway will combine rigorous academic content, provide real school to work and internship experiences, connect our school to industry through an active advisory board and prepare our HHS students for careers in the lucrative STEM fields. For over 30 years, NAF has experienced overwhelming success nationally by delivering proven results, including dramatically increased graduation rates (96%), increased academic performance and is a leader in the movement to prepare young people for college and career success.  Many top industries recognize NAF graduates.  In committing to NAFTrack Certified Hiring, the initiatives’ founding partners — AT&T, Cisco, EMC, HP, JPMorgan Chase, Juniper Networks, KPMG LLP, Verizon, and Xerox — promise to give special consideration to job applicants who, as high school graduates, earned a NAF credential. and have recently announced preferential interviews, pre interview assistance and the potential for increased opening salary offers.

    Click HERE for more information on the NAF model 

    Click HERE to read more about the HHS STEM Academy 



  • Updated Instructions for Senior Class Book- Links Below:

    • Senior pictures are due November 8th. If you had your picture taken by Mark Lawrence you are all set, they will provide us with your CD.
    • If you had a picture taken by a photographer other than Mark Lawrence then you must submit the picture on a CD/DVD. It can be placed in Mrs. Sinkewicz’s mailbox in the main office or given to her in room A16. Again these are due by November 8.
    • Senior write-ups must be typed and emailed to yearbook@haverhill-ps.org. Your full name should be placed in the “subject area”. The write up is due November 15th.
    • If you need Mrs. Sinkewicz to take your picture (free of charge) please see her in A16 to set up a time. Picture must be taken by November 8.
    • Baby Picture Ad forms are located on the HHS website for parents.


    These are the NEW links for instructions:




  • HHS To Host German GAPP Exchange Students

    photowillkommen photo


    The students and their The German American Partnership Program (GAPP) is a non-profit high school exchange program between schools in Germany and the United States, sponsored by the German Foreign Office and by the US Department of State.  The main objective of the Program is the integration of students into the everyday life of host families and into the classroom activities of host schools to provide them with a coherent intercultural experience.  In June of this year, HHS students with Mrs. Simblaris and Mr. Lienhard traveled to Karlsruhe Germany for our half of the exchange experience.  This is our turn to host.  You can read more at hhsgapp2014.wordpress.com

    The students arrived today (Friday 10/24) and we had a great welcome party ready for them.   The students then proceeded to class for the day with their host students.  Please welcome the students when you see them!!



  • HHS Hosts Future Leader Exchange (FLEX) Student

    Tornike Balakashvili is a 16 year old student at Haverhill High School who is taking part in a Student Exchange program administered by the United States Department of State’s Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) program. He will be with us for the entire school year.

    tornikeThe application process for the FLEX program has several stages, and competition is intense. Only about one in fifty applicants are ultimately selected.

    Tornike is visiting us from Akhaltsikhe, Georgia. Georgia is a NATO ally and due to its location in the South Caucus region, it is a cultural and political bridge from East to West. David and Deborah Dyer are his host family here in Haverhill and he is their 20th, yes, 20th student they have hosted!

    If you see Tornike in the hallways of HHS or around town , please give him a big hello!

  • HHS Launches New Crew Program- First Meeting September 30 at 6:00 PM


    This is an exciting new program!  Check it out!



  • HHS Robotics Program Receives $10,000 Donation From 3M Foundation

    3M Check

    Earlier this month a team of representatives from 3M led by Stephen Testa met with the HHS STEM and Robotics Program directors and students and presented a check for $10,000 to be used to develop a new robotics program at HHS. A big Thanks to 3M for their generous support!

  • Mr Lienhard’s Animation Class Discovers Persistence Of Vision…

    …and the Phi Phenomenon


    80 individual hand-drawn (post it notes) slides- photographed frame by frame- using an iPad, a custom bracket and the Stop Motion App-

    Thanks to HHS Student Keegan Ingersoll for his hard work and sharing his creativity!



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