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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.

  • HHS Continues Its Work On Financial Literacy Programs

    On May 5, 2015, State Treasurer Deb Goldberg met with financial literacy teachers, students, Mayor Fiorentini, School Committee President Scott Wood, Principal Kitsos, Associate Principal Fleming, and representatives from Haverhill Bank for a round table discussion on Financial Literacy. Students had the opportunity to discuss what they learned in their Financial Literacy classes and how it will benefit them in the future and in college.  
    Haverhill was one of the 10 schools to receive a Financial Literacy Grant to implement financial literacy into the classrooms. Following, please find a pamphlet​ outlining the programs and achievements.
    Haverhill High School was represented by Lori Capra at the State House on May 22, 2015. She presented​ Haverhill High School’s work towards making financial literacy a requirement in schools.  
    State Treasurer Goldberg will be attending, and she has created a Treasurer’s Task Force on Financial Literacy.
    “As we prepare to build a statewide financial literacy program in Massachusetts, this task force will offer valuable insights, research and guidance,” said Treasurer Deb Goldberg. “I look forward to working with this diverse group as we create a blueprint for economic security and financial stability that works for everyone throughout our state.”
  • Stay Safe During This Season Of Celebration!

    Haverhill High School is collaborating with Dr. John R. Knight and colleagues at Boston Children’s Hospital to provide you with a cutting-edge scientific presentation on keeping our students safe during this important season of celebration.

    Click Here to see TeenSafe.org website

    Please read Letter from Mrs Kitsos explaining the importance of this program:

    Teen Safe Parent letter

  • Week of May 25th

    Monday, 25th

    Memorial Day

    Tuesday, 26th

    Key Cub, 2:05 – 3:00 pm, 208

    After School Help 2:15 to 4:00 PM

    History Room F15, English Room K32, Math in Room K34 and Science in Room K-30

    Late Bus, 4:00 @Thinker

    Wednesday, 27th

    Senior Prom –  Wyndham Andover  6-11pm

    Thursday, 28th

    After School Help 2:15 to 4:00 PM

    English Room K32, Math in Room K34 and Science in Room K-31

    Late Bus, 4:00 @Thinker

    Friday, 29th

    Chapel Practice 8 – 9:30 am

    ARTS Alumni Fundraiser, 7pm, HHS Auditorium

    Saturday, 30th

  • Haverhill High VIP Fundraiser

    Please donate clothing, shoes, jewelry or linens to help support youth violence prevention efforts in our schools and community!

    VIP fund-raiser flyer

  • NAF IT Pathway Certified At Highest Level Today

    NAF IT STEM LetterheadThe NAF IT Pathway at HHS officially “graduated” today from it’s Year of Planning phase and received the highest level of certification possible.  The Design Team comprised of Lance Gomes, Thomas Lienhard, Victoria Kelly, Lisa Hunt, Brian Nagel, Henry Toromoreno and Felicia Bonvie participated in a meeting with NAF representatives today.  Jennifer Dick, Academy Development Manager for NAF was quoted during the meeting as saying “You folks clearly worked hard, did an excellent job preparing over the year and as a result have a fantastic academy.”

    The NAF IT Pathway will have a kickoff event on June 15 so Design Team members, IT Pathway students, School Department leadership and Advisory Board members can come together and enjoy some time celebrating the accomplishments made so far.  This is an opportunity for the students to meet each other and the Academy’s team as they look forward to the start of classes in September.

     

     

  • Week of May 18th

    Monday, 18th

    Health Fair, 4pm, cafeteria

    Varsity Girls Lacrosse Senior Night, 7pm, Stadium

    Tuesday, 19th

    MCAS

    Key Cub, 2:05 – 3:00 pm, 208

    Access21 Internship Program, 2:05-5pm, Final Presentations, Library

    After School Help 2:15 to 4:00 PM

    History Room F15, English Room K32, Math in Room K34 and Science in Room K-30

    Late Bus, 4:00 @Thinker

    Wednesday, 20th

    MCAS

    Thursday, 21st

    After School Help 2:15 to 4:00 PM

    English Room K32, Math in Room K34 and Science in Room K-31

    Late Bus, 4:00 @Thinker

    Mr HHS  7pm, Cafeteria  $6.00

    Friday, 22nd

    Senior sign-out

    Last Day to buy Senior Banquet ticket, S-wing

    Free Financial Friday – Tax and/or FAFSA help, S15

    Saturday, 23rd

  • Host Families Needed- Chinese Exchange Students

    Be part of enriching a students life!   HPS and BostonWise have partnered to host a Chinese Exchange program here in Haverhill. 10th grade students need a warm home to stay in June 2 to June 12, 2015.   Stipends are available.  Details below:

     

    Flyer Chinese Exchange program

  • HHS To Offer Swimming Lessons

    Beginning the weekend of May 16th and 17th.  See the flyer below for more details:

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  • Week of May 11th

    Monday, 11th

    Senior Banquet tickets on sale – $20.00 –  see Mrs. Mangion S-wing office

    Tuesday, 12th

    Prom King and Queen nominations – during lunches – cafeteria

    12th Grade Progress Reports issued

    Key Cub, 2:05 – 3:00 pm, 208

    After School Help 2:15 to 4:00 PM

    History Room F15, English Room K32, Math in Room K34 and Science in Room K-30

    Late Bus, 4:00 @Thinker

    Wednesday, 13th

     Prom King and Queen nominations – during lunches – cafeteria

    Thursday, 14th

    After School Help 2:15 to 4:00 PM

    English Room K32, Math in Room K34 and Science in Room K-31

    Late Bus, 4:00 @Thinker

    Friday, 15th

    Free Financial Friday – Tax and/or FAFSA help, S15

    Access 21 Glee Club Performance – 7pm –  $7.00 –  HHS Auditorium

    Saturday, 16th

    HHS Bosy and Girls Lacrosse Car Wash, 8:30 – 2:30, Water St. Fire Station

  • Haverhill High School To Offer Equestrian Club- Runs May 5 – June 11

    183A2832Haverhill Public Schools, in conjunction with Hunters Haven Farm, Groveland, are pleased to offer a horseback riding club open to all Haverhill High students. Cost $250.

    Students will be taught horsemanship both on and off the horse under the supervision of licensed instructors. The program is open to both beginner and experienced horseback riders. Team t-shirt included in price. Helmets can be provided. Students must have boot with a heel. Transportation will be provided to Hunters Haven Farm. Students must arrange for pick up at the farm by 5pm.

    Contact: Thomas O’Brien Haverhill High Athletic Dept Office:
    # 978-374-5732      tobrien@haverhill-ps.org

     

     

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