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Spring Break is a Great Time to Volunteer
 
  No plans for Spring Break?  Why not start volunteering?  Volunteer work is a great way to give back to our community, meet new people, and get involved with the world around you.  Volunteer hours are not required for graduation, but scholarships like Florida Bright Futures and others require these hours.  

Not sure where to volunteer?  Click *here* for ideas
You can volunteer for any non-profit. Click *here* for rules
Try for at least 100 hours between the day you finish 8th grade and the day you graduate from HHS.

Once you start volunteering:  fill out a log sheet click *here* and bring the sheet to the HHS Guidance Office (keep copies of your log sheets).

Need more info?  Click *here* 
Events This Week
  
Monday 3/6
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--JV Baseball @ GHW - 6pm
--Baseball @ Home vs PNHS - 6pm 
-French Parent HHS Meda Center - 7pm
--Dead-line to sign up for PERT @ HHS for DE 

Tuesday 3/7
--National French Test
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--JV Baseball @ Lake Nona - 4pm
--Baseball @ Home vs City of Life - 6pm
--Softball @ PHS - 7pm

Wednesday 3/8
--Senior Cap & Gown Pictures- 8am
--Girls Tennis @ Home vs Liberty - 3pm
--Softball @ PHS - 7pm

Thursday 3/9 
--PERT Dual Enrollment Candidates - 8am
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Girls Tennis @ Home vs CHS - 4pm
--Boys Tennis @ Sebastian River - 4pm
--Boys Volleyball @ Home vs Lake Nona - 6pm
--Softball @ Home vs Heritage Christian - 7pm

Friday 3/10
 
--STUDENT HOLIDAY/TEACHER WORKDAY
--Girls Tennis @ Home vs Cocoa Beach- 4pm

Saturday 3/11
--9TH GR Baseball - 9AM
--Congres de la Culture Francaise en Floride 
 
Looking Ahead: 
--3/13 - 17 - SPRING BREAK
Congratulations Longhorns

Ms. C. Berkley and her Odyssey of the Mind Team for representing HHS at the Orlando Region Tournament.

Good Job TSA students at the state competition. Below is a list of accomplishments.
 2 semifinalists (top 16) for CO2 dragster design - Samantha Dombrowski and Joshua Grieve
 Finalist (top 10) for Coding - Chase Whitfield
 Finalist (top 10) for Digital Video Production - Matt Jamoom, Jayden Augustine, Matthew Demelo, Ricardo Ruiz, and Aaron Riedeman
 Finalist (top 10) for On Demand Video- Matt Jamoom, Jayden Augustine, Matthew Demelo, Ricardo Ruiz, and Aaron Riedeman
 Finalist (top 10) for Photographic Technology - Sarah Hardin
 Finalist (top 10) for Structural Design Engineering - Blaise Lucia and Giovanni Lucia
 3rd place for Technology Problem Solving - (top 10) Nathan Guettler and Aaron Riedeman
 Finalist (top 10) for Transportation Modeling - Samantha Dombrowski

 

 

 
 
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Events This Week  
  
Monday 2/6 
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Girls Volleyball Meeting - 6:30pm Media Center
--Boys Basketball Districts
Tuesday 2/7
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Progress Reports Issued
Wednesday 2/8
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Thursday 2/9          
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
 
Friday 2/10  
--Wrestling 
Saturday 2/11 
--
 
Congratulations Longhorns
Wednesday was National Signing day at Harmony High. Five athletes ­­- two football players, two soccer players and one basketball player - signed with colleges.
The football players were offensive linemen Tucker Schroeder (D-I Eastern Kentucky, Richmond, Ky.) and Keagan Breen (D-III Iowa Wesleyan, Mount Pleasant, Iowa).
Schroeder, a third-team Class 7A all-state selection, joins a Colonels squad that competes in the Ohio Valley Conference.
He will play guard/center, he said, and study sports medicine.
Breen, a tackle, will study political science at Iowa Wesleyan.
Lady Longhorns soccer player Amber Jones will go to the University of North Florida, where she looks forward to playing for Coach Robin Confer.
"She has had a lot of success and she is a great coach," Jones said.
Jones will join a former Harmony player, Kendall Pollock, who red-shirted because of an injury.
"We'll actually get to play together, which will be great," Jones said.
Soccer player Luis Jiminez will take his skills to Lees-McRay College in Banner Elk, N.C.
"It was really friendly, a small school, and I love the atmosphere there," he said. He is studying accounting.
Basketball player Orlando Gonzalez will play for Graceland University, Lamoni, Iowa, a NAIA school that competes in the Heart of America Conference. He will study sports medicine.
 
 
AdvancEd Accreditation School Survey

Our schools are conducting an AdvancEd Accreditation School Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please click on the appropriate link below as it pertains to you. Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. 

Thank you for your time and cooperation. 


Student Surveys:

Events This Week  
  
Monday 2/6 
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Girls Volleyball Meeting - 6:30pm Media Center
--Boys Basketball Districts
Tuesday 2/7
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Progress Reports Issued
Wednesday 2/8
--
Thursday 2/9          
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
 
Friday 2/10  
--Wrestling 
Saturday 2/11 
--
 
Congratulations Longhorns
Wednesday was National Signing day at Harmony High. Five athletes ­­- two football players, two soccer players and one basketball player - signed with colleges.
The football players were offensive linemen Tucker Schroeder (D-I Eastern Kentucky, Richmond, Ky.) and Keagan Breen (D-III Iowa Wesleyan, Mount Pleasant, Iowa).
Schroeder, a third-team Class 7A all-state selection, joins a Colonels squad that competes in the Ohio Valley Conference.
He will play guard/center, he said, and study sports medicine.
Breen, a tackle, will study political science at Iowa Wesleyan.
Lady Longhorns soccer player Amber Jones will go to the University of North Florida, where she looks forward to playing for Coach Robin Confer.
"She has had a lot of success and she is a great coach," Jones said.
Jones will join a former Harmony player, Kendall Pollock, who red-shirted because of an injury.
"We'll actually get to play together, which will be great," Jones said.
Soccer player Luis Jiminez will take his skills to Lees-McRay College in Banner Elk, N.C.
"It was really friendly, a small school, and I love the atmosphere there," he said. He is studying accounting.
Basketball player Orlando Gonzalez will play for Graceland University, Lamoni, Iowa, a NAIA school that competes in the Heart of America Conference. He will study sports medicine.
 
 
AdvancEd Accreditation School Survey

Our schools are conducting an AdvancEd Accreditation School Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please click on the appropriate link below as it pertains to you. Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. 

Thank you for your time and cooperation. 


Student Surveys:

Events This Week  
  
Monday 2/6 
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Girls Volleyball Meeting - 6:30pm Media Center
--Boys Basketball Districts
Tuesday 2/7
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Progress Reports Issued
Wednesday 2/8
--
Thursday 2/9          
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
 
Friday 2/10  
--Wrestling 
Saturday 2/11 
--
 
Congratulations Longhorns
Wednesday was National Signing day at Harmony High. Five athletes ­­- two football players, two soccer players and one basketball player - signed with colleges.
The football players were offensive linemen Tucker Schroeder (D-I Eastern Kentucky, Richmond, Ky.) and Keagan Breen (D-III Iowa Wesleyan, Mount Pleasant, Iowa).
Schroeder, a third-team Class 7A all-state selection, joins a Colonels squad that competes in the Ohio Valley Conference.
He will play guard/center, he said, and study sports medicine.
Breen, a tackle, will study political science at Iowa Wesleyan.
Lady Longhorns soccer player Amber Jones will go to the University of North Florida, where she looks forward to playing for Coach Robin Confer.
"She has had a lot of success and she is a great coach," Jones said.
Jones will join a former Harmony player, Kendall Pollock, who red-shirted because of an injury.
"We'll actually get to play together, which will be great," Jones said.
Soccer player Luis Jiminez will take his skills to Lees-McRay College in Banner Elk, N.C.
"It was really friendly, a small school, and I love the atmosphere there," he said. He is studying accounting.
Basketball player Orlando Gonzalez will play for Graceland University, Lamoni, Iowa, a NAIA school that competes in the Heart of America Conference. He will study sports medicine.
 
 
AdvancEd Accreditation School Survey

Our schools are conducting an AdvancEd Accreditation School Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please click on the appropriate link below as it pertains to you. Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. 

Thank you for your time and cooperation. 


Student Surveys:

Events This Week  
  
Monday 2/6 
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Girls Volleyball Meeting - 6:30pm Media Center
--Boys Basketball Districts
Tuesday 2/7
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
--Progress Reports Issued
Wednesday 2/8
--
Thursday 2/9          
--Tutoring 2:30 to 3:30 Media Center
 
Friday 2/10  
--Wrestling 
Saturday 2/11 
--
 
Congratulations Longhorns
Wednesday was National Signing day at Harmony High. Five athletes ­­- two football players, two soccer players and one basketball player - signed with colleges.
The football players were offensive linemen Tucker Schroeder (D-I Eastern Kentucky, Richmond, Ky.) and Keagan Breen (D-III Iowa Wesleyan, Mount Pleasant, Iowa).
Schroeder, a third-team Class 7A all-state selection, joins a Colonels squad that competes in the Ohio Valley Conference.
He will play guard/center, he said, and study sports medicine.
Breen, a tackle, will study political science at Iowa Wesleyan.
Lady Longhorns soccer player Amber Jones will go to the University of North Florida, where she looks forward to playing for Coach Robin Confer.
"She has had a lot of success and she is a great coach," Jones said.
Jones will join a former Harmony player, Kendall Pollock, who red-shirted because of an injury.
"We'll actually get to play together, which will be great," Jones said.
Soccer player Luis Jiminez will take his skills to Lees-McRay College in Banner Elk, N.C.
"It was really friendly, a small school, and I love the atmosphere there," he said. He is studying accounting.
Basketball player Orlando Gonzalez will play for Graceland University, Lamoni, Iowa, a NAIA school that competes in the Heart of America Conference. He will study sports medicine.
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