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Haverhill High School
Newsletter April 8-12, 2024

Mon Apr 8, 2024 – SOLAR ECLIPSE! 3:30PM

Tue Apr 9, 2024CINDERELLA’s Closet open! 2:15PM in the Mall area

Thu Apr 11, 2024 – Trivia Night in the Library from 6-8PM (see flyer below)

Mon Apr 15-19, 2024 – APRIL VACATION — NO SCHOOL (see flyer below for some great activities!!)

Tue Apr 23, 2024Sophomore information night! 6PM HHS Library

Tue Apr 23, 2024HHS Powderpuff Game at Trinity Stadium 7PM (Juniors vs. Seniors)

Wed Apr 24, 2024 Early Release – 10:30AM dismissal time

Thu Apr 25, 2024 – HHS BIPOC Union Presents: HILLIE Heritage night  7PM HHS Auditorium (see flyer below)

Tue Apr 30, 2024CINDERELLA’s Closet open! 2:15PM in the Mall area

Thu May 2, 2024 – HHS Senior Class Trip – In the Game – Meet at HHS at 9AM

Fri May 10, 2024 – Term 4 Progress Reports Issued

Tue May 14, 2024CINDERELLA’s Closet open! 2:15PM in the Mall area

Thu May 16, 2024 – District Wide Art Show (more information to follow)

Thu May 16, 2024 – HHS Early College Graduation 5PM at Northern Essex Community College

Tue May 21, 2024 – Math MCAS – 10th Grade – Delayed opening for all other students

Tue May 21, 2024Senior Prom – Castleton Banquet and Resort in Windham NH. Tickets sales are OVER

Wed May 22, 2024 – Math MCAS – 10th Grade – Delayed opening for all other students

Wed May 22, 2024 – HHS Senior Express Sign out – SENIOR LAST DAY OF HIGH SCHOOL!

Wed May 22, 2024 – HHS CTE Celebrations HHS Auditorium at 6PM

Thu May 23, 2024 – HHS Senior Chapel Practice at 830AM in the library

Thu May 23, 2024 HHS Senior Sign out & Cap & Gown pick up (Courtyard & Gym – after Chapel Practice)

Thu May 23, 2024 – HHS Senior Night of Stars 6PM in the Auditorium (this is an invite only event)

Fri May 24, 2024 – HHS (only) Early Release at 1030AM

Fri May 24, 2024 – HHS Senior Chapel 1030AM in the Auditorium

Mon May 27, 2024 – NO SCHOOL – Memorial Day

Thu May 30, 2024 – HHS Senior Graduation Practice & BBQ at 1030AM at Trinity Stadium

Thu May 30, 2024 – HHS Senior Farewell at 7PM at Trinity Stadium

Fri May 31, 2024 – Class of 2024 HHS Graduation! 6PM at Trinity Stadium

Sat Jun 1, 2024 – SAT Testing at HHS sign up through College Board


Hello Haverhill High School Families,

Next year’s schedules will be available to students’ guidance counselors when we return from break. Counselors will be calling students out of class to resolve holes or conflicts in students’ schedules. Students need to be in class to be called down to guidance by the counselor to resolve conflicts. STUDENTS WHO DROP INTO GUIDANCE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO CHANGE THEIR SCHEDULE. All schedule issues will be resolved by June 1, 2024. There will be no add/drop period in the fall. Thank you for your support as we work to streamline this process.










Get involved in CLUBS!!

Check out the latest edition of the Brown and Gold.

Our own student run newspaper

Check out what our seniors are planning after Haverhill High School!

Seniors, make sure you go to the Instagram Link to add your future plans, Military, Work force, 2 year school, 4 year school!

This world has a place for all of us!




The School Counseling department will hold Sophomore Parent/Guardian Night on NEW DATE ~ April 23rd in the library starting at 6pm.

***Parents/guardians please join us to learn about graduation requirements, student opportunities, and more***


Sports Newsletter

Please email so we can add it into the newsletter

District Calendar / En Espanol

HHS Bus information:
HHS – AM Bus routes/numbers
HHS – PM Bus routes/numbers

District has added text messaging (SMS) to SchoolMessenger Communicate!!

 We have also included this information on the District website.


Thank you @HillieRap for these great Sports Schedules! Check them out!

Career Technical Education Seniors in the Information Technology and Computer Science & Web Development programs were fortunate to hear from George Peters, the president of New England Invents, during their Entrepreneurship class.  As an independent inventor for over 25 years, Mr. Peters was able to share important information and lessons learned related to the patent process.  This will be helpful as these students move on after high school.


Teacher Shoutout!


15 award recipients (STEM and English), Program Innovation Award, Leadership and Lawrie Bertram Award recipients


AP science award recipients and MA Insight Content Specialists / Directors



Education Required:

  • have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in architecture
  • complete a three-year internship
  • have a license

Typical Tasks Associated with This Career:

  • Prepare reports that include materials, equipment, estimated costs, environmental impact, energy efficiency, and construction time
  • Discuss with clients the needs and budgets for buildings.
  • Create designs that meet safety and environmental regulations.
  • Use new design rules to decrease the environmental impact of new buildings.
  • Calculate energy use of building designs
  • Design systems for buildings to use less water and energy. These include rainwater collection systems and green roofs.
  • Work with engineers, drafters, and others to prepare final detailed construction drawings and models.
  • Draw or use computers to prepare layout plans for clients’ approval.
  • Help select sites for buildings and determine space requirements.
  • Test building designs for the impact of construction on the natural environment.
  • Prepare contract documents for building contractors.
  • Visit building sites to ensure that contractors follow the building plans.
  • Help clients get bids from building contractors.
  • Review manuals for operating and maintenance of buildings.

Expected Income: Average: $90,030

Job Growth: 10 year growth faster than average

Annual Openings, high

Related High School Coursework

  • Geometry
  • Algebra II
  • Trigonometry
  • Earth Science
  • Physics
  • Computer Application

Northeastern University

Location: Boston, MA
Mascot: Huskies 
Enrollment: 16,302 (undergraduate)

Northeastern University is a top-50 research university located in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts. Built on a tradition of innovation and global engagement, Northeastern’s mission is to prepare you for a lifetime of personal and professional success. Our distinct experiential learning model integrates traditional in-class coursework with real-world work experiences, giving you a significant professional advantage – even before you graduate. There’s so much to explore discover, and become at Northeastern.

Average GPA: 3.6 

Average SAT Score: 1487 (mean score)

Average ACT Score: 33 combined

SAT or ACT scores are required

SAT  exam at  Haverhill High  School!

We are excited to offer the opportunity for our students to take the SAT exam at HHS on Saturday June 1st! Registration is currently open. Please have your student login to their College Board account and access this link to register: Students must login to their College Board account and choose Haverhill High School as their testing center for the June 1st exam. The deadline to register is May 16th.

Below you will find more information about the SAT Digital exam. Please reach out to your child’s school counselor if you have any questions.

The SAT measures the knowledge and skills your student is learning in school and that matter most for college and career readiness. Even if they’re not planning to apply to college, or only planning to apply to test-optional colleges, the SAT can help get them to where they want to go.

The SAT will be delivered in a new digital format that provides a better testing experience. Some of the benefits include:
• The test is just over 2 hours instead of 3.
• Students will have more time per question.
• Questions will have shorter reading passages.
• Students will have access to a built-in graphing calculator—or can bring their own approved calculator- that can be used on the entire math section.

In addition to the benefits above, your student will have access to free full-length practice tests in Bluebook™, College Board’s digital testing application, and Official Digital SAT Prep with Khan Academy. And, when they receive their score report, it will have personalized insights on career options. Learn more about the SAT at


After School Tutoring!

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30PM to 4PM
Room M12

Late bus available at 4PM. All are welcome to stay for extra help.


Late Bus information:
Your student will need a bus pass from a teacher, coach, or club advisor in order to be able to access the late bus.
The bus picks up at 4PM. Students are not allowed to stay in the building to roam the hallways, they must have a reason to be here, or they will be escorted out of the building. They will be able to wait in the cafeteria from the time they are finished until 4PM.

HHS – Late Bus routes/numbers

Extra Information:

Directions on how to sign up!







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