Hertford County Public Schools

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Hertford County High School

  • Congratulations HCHS JROTC Winners!

    Congratulations to the Hertford County JROTC Cadets who competed in the J.A. Holmes-Camden Drill competition on October 28th. The competition consisted of eight schools. Hertford County finished, 1st Regulation Squad Drill, led by Cadet Tiyonna Horton 2nd Regulation Armed Squad drill, led by Cadet Joshua Wolverton2nd Color Guard, led by Justin Jordan 1st LET 1 Squad Drill, led by Cadet Candice Eley 2nd Regulation Platoon Drill, led by Tairis Rankins Their efforts resulted in Hertford County finishing 1st overall. Congratulation and a job well done!! Major White SFC Gordon

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  • HCHS Food 1 Class

    Mrs. Andrews, Food 1 Class, preparing cupcakes and helping us celebrate the October birthday students.

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  • HCHS Report Cards Issued-Nov.2, 2017

    Report Cards will be issued on Thursday, November 2,2017 from 3:00 pm-7:00 pm at our school. We look forward to seeing our parents on this day. Thank you for your support.

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  • Congratulations HCHS JROTC

    Congratulations to the Hertford County High School JROTC Cadet Challenge team who competed in the J.A. Holmes Cadet Challenge meet on 21 Oct. The team finished 3rd overall out of 17 Schools. Events consisted of, push-ups, sit-ups, pull-ups, shuttle run and 1 mile run. Team Members include Jai’Quan D. Jefferson Troy N. Barnes Ethan I. Parker-Weldin Joshua L. Wolverton Diy’Ashia T. Wood Ndyka S. Vaughan Devin Edwards Tiyonna R. Horton Thanks from: MAJOR WHITE SFC GORDON

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  • HCHS Students Winners in Math Competition

    On October 24, 2017, HCHS competed in the 2017 Celebration of Women in Mathematics at Elizabeth City State University. This is our 4th year competing in this event. HCHS won 1st place in the Math Essay Contest “I Want To Be Like Her” and 3rd place in the Math Sprint and Math Cheers Competition . The celebration consisted of a program of workshops, talks, and math competitions for middle/high school girls and their teachers. The purpose of this event is to encourage young women to continue their study of mathematics and to raise the level of mathematics competency in northeastern North Carolina. Aquila Miller, a junior, won 1st place beating out other high schools that competed in the Math Essay Contest . The "I Want to be Like Her" essays are a chance for girls to read about the success stories of women in mathematics. They then write a short essay on why they could look up to and follow women who have overcome hardships and striven for success in their fields. HCHS Lady Bears won the 2nd place for the Math Sprint Competition. Members of the winning team for the Math Sprint Competition were Shadavia Holloway, Zaria Hunter, Whitney Manley, and Tyanna Horton.

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  • HCHS Spirt Week- Staff Character Day

    HCHS Staff participate in Character Day celebrating school spirit this week.

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  • HCHS Spirit Week- Oct. 16th-Oct.20th

    Hertford County High School students will participate in Spirit Week Oct. 16th-Oct. 20th. Spirit Week helps to create a more involved student body in the events of the school and it helps to bring unity within each class.

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  • HCHS FSU and ECU College Trip

    HCHS Seniors visited FSU and ECU college on October 5th. The purpose the of the visit is to prepare prospective students and their family members about the university's facilities, as well as student life, culture on campus, academics, and programs offered by the institution.

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  • Need Money for College- Scholarship and Financial Aid Workshop

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  • Welcome Back- Student Schedule Pick Up

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