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.


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  • Haverhill High School – Newsletter May 27, 2019

    HHS Newsletter May 27 – June 1.pdf

    Spanish HHS Newsletter May 27 – June 1.pdf


    Summer School 2019.pdf

    Good Evening,

    This week will see the Class of 2019 graduate.  If you need to reserve handicap seating please contact the Haverhill High School Main Office.  Please provide the secretary your name and the number of people in your party.

    Summer School registration has begun.  Please review summer programming documents as this year we are offering classes that will satisfy required courses such as Health and Basic Art.  Check out our brochure!


    Glenn Burns

  • Haverhill High School Secondary Summer School Program 2019


    Summer School 2019


    Welcome to the 2019 Summer Program of HAVERHILL HIGH SCHOOL.  We offer a variety of academic courses and enrichment workshops that meet the special interests and needs of students. Programs and courses are offered for credit, enrichment, acceleration, review, or make-up. Please use the brochure for descriptions of the type and length of the courses, and feel free to contact us with any further questions. We hope you will find the Summer Program offers an opportunity for students to grow intellectually and personally. Summer learning maintains skills, takes a step beyond, and stretches the imagination. The journey begins with registration.

  • Haverhill High School – Newsletter 5.12.19

    May 12 – May 18 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Spanish May 12 – May 18 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Good Evening,

    I hope this finds everyone well and they enjoyed their weekend.  This week kicks off with an all city art show on Monday from 4-7 hosted at HHS.  There are great works of art and at 6 the HHS chorus will be sharing a few pieces they have been working on.

    We are extending the Biomedical offering to all current grade 9 scholars.  If your child is interested in one of the 97 careers that make up biomedicine please look into our new course offering.  Next year we will begin with Intro to biomedical and then expand this pathway until there are four courses. Check out the flyer!

    There are so many great happenings at HHS in the upcoming weeks.  Be sure to check out the calendar and remember you are always welcome to all the great activities our kids are engaged in!


    Glenn Burns

  • Haverhill High School – Newsletter 5.5.19

  • Haverhill High School – Parent Update April 28, 2019

    April 28 – May 4 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Spanish April 28 – May 4 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Good Evening,

    MCAS Boost camp on Saturday was a huge success, please think about signing your child up or talking to them about this extra boost leading up to the test.  For more info check out the newsletter.

    HHS College and Career Highlight section of the newsletter will be back next week with a couple pages of scholars that have committed to a college or career.  If your child has not completed a profile sheet please have them see Mrs. McArthur in the main office to pick one up.

    With all the upcoming events I look forward to seeing you around campus.


    Glenn Burns

  • Haverhill High School – Parent Newsletter 4.8.19

    April 8 – April 13 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Spanish April 8 – April 13 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Good Evening,

    Period A on Monday all Seniors will be in an assembly to discuss all their end of their year activities and expectations.  This will all be sent via email to you on Monday night.

    If your child is a senior please remind them to fill out Mr. Curet’s survey on their post high school plans.  This survey can be found in their google classroom announcements.

    Typically the scholarship section of the newsletter is for our seniors.  This week the Collegeboard has put out scholarships for juniors as they complete their path to becoming more educated about post high school options.  Check it out!!!


    Glenn Burns

  • Haverhill High School – Parent Newsletter 3.31.19

    March 30 – April 6 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Spanish March 30 – April 6 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Good Evening,

    This week HHS is proud to present the Spring musical of Footloose from April 4 – 6.  Come out and enjoy a night at the theatre.

    Is your child thinking about next steps after HHS?  Come to the HHS opportunity fair on April 3rd from 6-8 p.m. in the HHS Library.

    Look forward to seeing you!


    Glenn Burns

  • Haverhill High School – Parent Newsletter 3.24.19


    With the Spring upon us, I hope that you will find the time to enjoy many of the outdoor activities New England and Haverhill in particular has to offer.  Please feel free to stop by one of our many athletic events or one of the many shows the high school puts on.   Footloose is next on deck for our Arts Department and will be performed April 4-6.

    The big event this week is that all grade 10 scholars will be taking MCAS on the 26th and 27th.  Please make sure your scholar gets to school on time.



    March 24 – April 1 HHS newsletter.pdf

    Spanish March 24 – April 1 HHS newsletter.pdf

  • Haverhill High School – Newsletter 3.17.19

  • Haverhill High School – Free and Reduced Lunch Forms



    Good Evening,

    HHS is looking to update our records in an effort to provide better supports for our scholars.  Attached to this email you will find free/reduced lunch forms.  While these forms can provide reduced and no cost breakfast and lunch there are so many more school based opportunities that your child may be eligible to receive reduced costs.


    • All children in households receiving benefits from MA SNAP, MA TAFDC or specific categories of Medicaid  are eligible for free meals.
    • Foster children that are under the legal responsibility of a foster care agency or court are eligible for free meals. Whether placed by the State child welfare agency or a court, in order for a child to be considered categorically eligible for free meals, the State must retain legal custody of the child.
    • Children participating in their school’s Head Start program are eligible for free meals.
    • Children who meet the definition of homeless, runaway, or migrant are eligible for free meals.
    • Children may receive free or reduced price meals if your household’s income is within the limits on the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals if your household income falls at or below the limits on this chart attached.

    Even if your child claims they do not eat lunch it is still important that every year this form is filled out.  This process is used to determine eligibility for reduced fees in many other school based programs;

    – Athletic Fees

    – SAT and AP exam fees

    – All school based programs and opportunities

    Please send your child in with these forms and have your child hand them into the main office if you meet any of the criteria in the attachments.


    Glenn Burns

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