HHS Chamber Choir performs on KOMU

Visit the KOMU website to see the HHS Chamber Choir sing their holiday songs!

CACC students receive "I Can" Award

We would like to congratulate the following students for being named "I Can" Award winners through the Columbia Area Career Center: Mason Beachy, Lenore Riley, Jacob Crum, Jabe McGee, Jacob Wilhoite, and Trevor Drummond. The "I Can" Club Award recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding cooperation, self-motivation, preparedness, posit

High School Finals Schedule

As we return from Thanksgiving Break, teachers and students have three weeks before the close of first semester. All high school students will be preparing to take final exams in each class.

The Wizard of Oz

The high school drama class will offer four performances of "The Wizard of Oz" this week beginning on Thursday. Two casts make up the production that students have been preparing for since September. Cast One will perform on Thursday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Cast Two will perform on Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m.

Crabtree signs with UCM

Hallsville High School Senior, Hailey Crabtree, has signed a letter of intent to play softball for the University of Central Missouri Jennies in Warrensburg.Over the course of her high school career, Hailey has been a four-time varsity letter winnner, Academic All-State, and All-Conference Honorable Mention.

Fisher signs for SIUE Softball

Hallsville High School Senior, Savannah Fisher, has signed a letter of intent to play softball for the Cougars of Southern Illinois - Edwardsville. The Cougars won their first Ohio Valley Conference championship last season.

PE Class Participates in Glow Run

Several students from Ms. Heins' walk/jog class participated in the Lights on Afterschool 5K Glow Run in Columbia on Saturday, November 8. One of our own students, Brittany Brown, crossed the line first in the Overall Women's Division finishing at 23:23.

English II begins 20% Project

Mrs. Harden introduced her Honors English II class to the 20% project. The idea stemmed from use in successful companies like Google and 3M to nurture employee innovation in the real world. This English project also fosters creativity and intrinsic motivation by allowing class time to research passions and interests.

Kilburn visits Washington D.C.

High school senior Hayden Kilburn was nominated to attend the U.S. National Security Forum in Washington D.C. in early October. The forum, held each spring and fall, introduces students to firsthand experiences and challenging career options in national security and related fields.

Yearbook: Sneak Peek!

Here's one of the cover photos from the 2015 yearbook! Senior class of 2015! Order yours to see which pages you're on!


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