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Haverhill High School
Newsletter January 22-26, 2024

Mon Jan 22, 2024 – Semester 2 starts! A Block teachers will have students new schedules. They can also look in their SchoolBrains account, or check with their AP Offices.

Tues Jan 23, 2024 – AP Assemblies for potential students in the auditorium – AM (rescheduled due to delayed opening on 1/17/2024)

Wed Jan 24, 2024Half Day for Students – 7:25AM-10:25AM

Thu Jan 25, 2024NECC Reading Assessment for Early College During B & C Blocks in the Cafeteria

Fri Jan 26, 2024 – Report Cards for Term 2 Issued to the SchoolBrains Parent Portal by 3PM

Mon Jan 29, 2024Special Education Department Virtual Information “Transition Planning 101”  (re: ages 14-22)

Tue Feb 6, 2024 – MCAS Biology Test Retakes – Session 1

Wed Feb 7, 2024 – MCAS Biology Test Retakes – Session 2

Thu Feb 8, 2024 – Site Council Meeting – HHS Main office Conf room 5PM. Contact Mike Downs for more information

Feb 19-23, 2024February Vacation Week – No SCHOOL

Wed Feb, 28, 2024 – Half Day for students – 725AM-1025AM

Student of the Month – December 2023

Get involved in CLUBS!!

Do you have a student SHOUTOUT to share?

Please email so we can add it into the newsletter!

HHS Shoutouts!


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District Calendar / En Espanol

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

District is adding text messaging (SMS) to SchoolMessenger Communicate!!

 We have also included this information on the District website.

Attached to this message is a letter that outlines the HHS scheduling process for the 2024-2025 school year. We are moving up our timelines to have schedules for next year settled before the end of this school year. Please read this letter and discuss course and elective options with your student(s).

Thanks and have a great day,

HHS Admin Team

Scheduling Letter.pdf

Scheduling letter Portuguese.pdf

Spanish Scheduling Letter.docx



Haverhill SEPAC is very excited to host the first presentation of the new year – “Transition Planning 101” (re: ages 14-22) featuring Andrea Morris, Director of Family Supports at the Arc GHN. This presentation will be held virtually via Zoom. This would be a great benefit to Haverhill families and we are eager to spread the word.
On January 29th, at 7:00 p.m., the Haverhill SEPAC will meet virtually on Zoom for a presentation on Transition Planning 101 by Andrea Morris, Director of Family Supports from the Arc of Greater Haverhill-Newburyport.  We hope you can join!



Assumption University
Location: Worcester, MA
Enrollment: 1,955 Undergraduate

About: Assumption College education will prepare you to compete for the best jobs and career tracks, but there’s more to it than that – you will be instilled with something far more lasting and life-changing than simple professional training.

You’ll develop habits and skills of good judgment – and develop the confidence that you can hold and defend a sound argument based upon your own comprehension, examination and evaluation of facts and context.

Admission Criteria:

  • Personal Statement
  • $50 application fee
  • High school transcript
  • Letter of recommendation from teacher and counselor

SAT/ACT optional

Average GPA: 3.35
Average SAT Score: Optional

Virtual Tour:


Human Resource Specialist

Education Required: Bachelor’s degree
Typical Tasks Associated with This Career:

  • Consult with employers to identify employment needs
  • Interview applicants about their experience, education, and
  • Contact references and perform background checks on job applicants
  • Inform applicants about job details, such as duties, benefits, and working conditions
  • Hire or refer qualified candidates for employers
  • Conduct or help with new employee orientation
  • Keep employment records and process paperwork

Expected Income: Average: $73,130
Job Growth: 7% next 10 years

Related High School Coursework:

  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Gender Studies
  • Computer Technology
  • English
  • Intro to Business

Ruth's House Scholarship Opportunity

Are you or do you know a civic-minded, 14 – 22 year old Haverhill Resident?
Volunteer at Ruth’s House and let us help you with the cost of camps, classes, workshops, athletic programs, and more!

Call us at (978) 521-5575
Email us at
Ruth’s House
11 Lafayette Square
Haverhill, MA 01832


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



Due to poverty levels in Haverhill, all students receive free breakfast and lunch at school.

But there are 68 hours between lunch on Friday and breakfast on Monday when many students go hungry.

Thank you so much to all the community members who have already reached out! It takes a village!

* If you are in a position to help, please reach out to Nancy Burke at Haverhill High School. *