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Haverhill High School
Newsletter May 13-17, 2024, 2024

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

Thu May 16, 2024 – District Wide Art Show


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

Mon May 20, 2024 – Senior DECISION DAY! Seniors wear your College/Work/Military shirts!!

Mon May 20, 2024 – City Wide Civics Showcase 6PM-7:30PM at Haverhill City Hall (see flyer below)

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 is FULL –  sign up through College Board to check out other locations!

Fri Jun 7, 2024JUNIOR SOCIAL 6-9PM; Black Swan Country Club, Georgetown

Wed Jun 12, 2024 – Last Day of School for all students

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 WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT, 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

HILLIES SHOP closes May 31st! Here are a few specials:

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!




Sports Newsletter



The Hillie Crew Team did a great job at the Amber Zapatka Memorial Regatta in Lowell this weekend. Two more weekends of racing coming up for these hard working student athletes! (Boat photo credit to: Sergio Pernilla!)


HHS Student/Athlete Alumni doing great things!

Please email your shoutouts so we can add them into the newsletter!!




Tickets available to purchase NOW. Room M11 or M12. Cash or Check. Sale ENDS May 17!!

Community Events


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.

Dear Haverhill Public Schools Families,

Our applications for the Summer 2024 Discovery Club (current grades K-8) and Access 21 (current grades 9-12) Programs are now live on our website. Discovery Club and Access 21 will be offering Enrichment Programming in the morning only this summer for students at our target schools who are not required to enroll in another academic program which takes preference over enrichment. The program will run from July 1-25 (M-TH). No program on July 4. Our grants require a commitment to attend all days of the program.
There will be no extended-day Discovery Club programming this summer.
We are intentionally recruiting students from our grant-funded sites. Schools include: Bradford, Golden Hill, Pentucket Lake, Silver Hill, and Tilton Elementary Schools; Consentino, Nettle and Whittier Middle Schools; and Haverhill High School.
If there is still room after that, we will consider students from other schools. Please click on the Application Icon to go to the Summer 2024 Discovery Club & Access 21 applications! The application is available on the Haverhill Public Schools Website – Parent/Student Resources

  • Discovery Club/Access 21. You can also access the page by using the QR Code below.
    We have applications in MULTIPLE languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese, Creole,
    and Arabic.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to the Discovery Club office with any questions. Thank you in advance for your assistance in helping us recruit students for a fun, hands-on summer enrichment program!
Denise Johnson, After School Program Director
Krista Lamontagne, After School Assistant Program Director
Tita Antonopoulos, After School Program Data Manager

HOP Mock Interviews

HHS Career Technical Education Healthcare Occupations Juniors participated in the Annual Mock Interview event.  Students practiced their interviewing skills and received valuable feedback.  This will help them be successful as they prepare for college and future internship/employment opportunities.  Special thanks to our business partners – we could not do this day without them!

Megan Arivella, HPS, District Coach of Health and Wellness
Megan Buggea, Whittier Health Network, Human Resource Assistant
Lori Capra, HPS, Business Academy Teacher
Erika Corbett, Whittier Health Network, Clinical Nurse Liaison
Kathy Hudson, NECC, Dean of Health Professions
For more information about HHS CTE Work-Based Learning opportunities, contact Lisa Hunt at

VICOR Factory visit

Vicor rolled out the red carpet for the HHS Career Technical Education Engineering/Manufacturing Sophomores!  Students heard from Bob Hall, VP of Materials, Rich Paulauskas, VP of Quality, and John Nguyen, VP of Operations who shared their career paths and spoke of the value of hard work and perseverance.  Finally, Melissa Chamberlain, manufacturing engineer and Britney Grainger, engineering technician shared their experiences working at Vicor prior to leading a tour through the factory floor, which included the recent 95,000 square foot expansion.  Everyone was excited to see the water baths in action!  The day ended with a delicious luncheon and more informal conversations, as well as generous swag bags for all.  Thank you to everyone at Vicor for making this a special learning opportunity for our students!

HHS Career Technical Education Healthcare Occupations Freshmen and Biomedical Science sophomores attended the Healthcare Career Expo at Parkland Medical Center in Derry. Parkland professionals welcomed students with opportunities to learn about the individual careers available at the hospital. Students learned about Respiratory Therapy, Oncology Nursing, Facilities Management and Emergency Medical Technician jobs by engaging in activities that represented technology they may see on the units. Parkland staff from Bariatric Interventions, Gastroenterology and Surgical Services allowed students to interact with some of the equipment used every day in their departments. Nurses from the Department of Mental Health Services offered students an opportunity to see for themselves what living with Schizophrenia is really like through an online simulation. Surgery physician Dr. Donald Yarbrough spoke with students about the different job positions available in a hospital setting as well as the required education for them. Parkland staff was warm and welcoming to our future healthcare workers! Thank you Parkland Medical Center for an amazing visit!

Birthing Gently

Students in the HHS CTE Healthcare Occupations program had the amazing opportunity to attend a workshop in preparation for becoming a Birthing Doula. Tara Campbell, owner of Birthing Gently in Haverhill, spent four full days with Seniors and Sophomores. Students engaged in lessons about childbirth, comfort measures during childbirth and postpartum mother and baby care. This training allows students entry into a fast growing healthcare field and helps to familiarize them with DONA International, the first and largest doula training and certification organization. Attending this workshop is the first step towards Doula certification!