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Use this site daily to practice test questions from previous ACT tests.  This is a great tool to prepare for the ASPIRE and ACT tests.

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2016-2017 Highsteppers

HIGHSTEPPER LINE

Captain: Paige Lowery

1st Lieutenant: Katie Hay

2nd Lieutenant: Kaylie Couch

2nd Lieutenant: Jasmine Carwile

2nd Lieutenant: Ainsley Osbon

Social Officers: 

Lead: Elaine Lloyd

Kaleigh Madden

Kylee Jackson (Chaplain)

Maddie Scott

Line Members:

Alexa Wiley

Brianna Chitty

Chloe Lewis

Grace Teutsch

Gracie Currence

Hannah Stanford

Holly Gandy

Jessica Thompson

Katelyn Waldo

Kenzie Farquhar

Mackenzie Coffel

Malea Newell

Nicole Franklin

Randi Royal

Sarah Ramsey

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The Haughton High School Advanced Studies Program offers students the opportunity to earn college credit before they actually become full time college students.  By choosing to pursue and excel in the most academically rigorous coursework HHS has to offer, students can begin to amass college credits to help them begin their college careers and ensure they are “college ready.”  

Click HERE to learn more about this opportunity.

News

4/25/16

Registration for the summer driver's education class will begin on Monday, May 2.  It will take place in the library before school, beginning at 7:15.  The cost of the class is $400, cash or money order only, and the fee must be paid at the time of registration.  No checks will be accepted.  To be eligible for the class, a student must turn 15 no later than July 10.  Enrollment will be limited to the first 50 students who sign up.  The first day of class will be after school on Monday, May 16.  More information about the class will follow.  Any questions can be directed to Coach Brotherton (549-5489) or Coach Stafford (549-5498)

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4/24/16

Senior parents are invited to our senior awards assembly honoring our seniors and their accomplishments.  The assembly is scheduled Tuesday, May 3, 2016, at 8:00 a.m.  The event will be held in the HHS Boys' gym.  Please come out and help us honor our graduating class of 2016.

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4/24/16

Our End-of-Course tests will begin Wednesday, April 27, 2016.  Students must pass a series of these tests to complete their graduation requirements.  If a student is currently enrolled in a course that requires an EOC test administration, it is imperative the student is present during his/her scheduled test dates.  Courses that require an EOC test are:  Algebra I, Geometry, English Ii, English III, U.S. History, and Biology.

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4/17/16

Attention all HHS guys--it's time to sign up for the Mr. Debonair pageant!  The pageant will be held Friday, April 29, at 6:00 p.m.  in the HHS Auditorium.  Entry fee is $10 and applications may be picked up from Mrs. Shaw or any HHS cheerleader.  If you have questions, see Mrs. Shaw in H-10 during non class times. Lady of the Locket Top 5, People's Choice Winner, and Miss Congeniality need to see Mrs. Shaw asap about your responsibilities for the Mr. Debonair pageant.  

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Check Out Our Awesome Drum Line!

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Destination Imagination Still Needs Your Help

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The HHS Destination Imagination Improv still needs your help.  They are starting their Super Raffle today (Monday) and tickets will be sold throughFriday, May 6th.  7 Prizes to be given away - 

 HHS T-Shirt Quilt  

Dalton Smiley Photography Session ($150 Value) 

Handcrafted Wooden Buccaneer Clock - $50 to Copeland’s

$25 iTunes Gift Card

$25 to Zaxby’s 

$10 to Newk’s

Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5.  See any Improv Member or Mrs. Raley for tickets.  

Last week's raffle winners are:

1st prize - $100 Gift card to 2 John's - Patricia Shirer

2nd prize - $50 Gift Card to Nicky's - Jason Brotherton

3rd prize - $35 Gift Card to Trejo's - Dianne Hebert

4th prize - $25 Gift Card to Zaxby's - Isabella Lynn

5th prize - $10 Gift Card to Newk's - Aundrea Weinreber

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HHS Students Showcase Their Talents

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Haughton High School talented theatre students know the importance of reading and how important reading is to promoted their talents.  Eight of HHS talented theatre students dressed up as their favorite children's book character and performed for second and third grade students at this year's ArtBreak 2016 event.  They know the importance of reading and helped promote the local summer reading program.  Their talented threatre teacher Shannon Bamburg reported they did an outstanding job and is proud of their efforts.  The talented theatre students from HHS included above are:

Mary Claire Shaw - Junie B. Jones

Chloe Lewis - Fancy Nancy

Sidney Lain - Pinkalicious

Mason Hooper - Where the Wild Things Are

Camille Burson - Amelia Bedellia

Valerie Bass - The Mad Hatter

Dalton Smiley - Mickey Mouse

Courtney Jackson - Minnie Mouse

Senior Favorites 

Class of 2016

Mr. and Miss HHS - Andrew Sewell and Kimberly Cook

Most Likely to Succeed - Mason Hooper and Hanna Case

Most Dependable - Colby Holmes and Sarah Ryan

Most Considerate - Ryan Reggio and Gracie Allen

Friendliest - Ben Jacob and Rachel Needham

Most School Spirit - Jonathan McCleskey and Bethany Knotts

Wittiest - Cameron Hadley and Emma Payne

Most Athletic - Darius Brooks and Inez Green

Best Attitude - Kirkland Seals and Lomia Watkins

Most Knowledgeable - Nathan McMillian and Sierra Matthews 

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Zachary Runkle Honored

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Zachary Runkle was awarded the Virginia Cook Visual Art Scholarship by the Creative Art Connection.  This group is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to stimulate cultural development in the Bossier City community by providing activities and an outlet for the talents of all craftsmen in the field of the fine arts.  Once a year, the Creative Art Connection offers a scholarship to a Bossier Parish student that is planning to major or is majoring in art or a related field of art.  Zachary was awarded 500.00 to further his interest in the field of digital arts and game design at LSUS in the fall. Mrs. Lombardino, Zachary's AP art teacher and the staff of HHS are very proud of Zack's accomplishments.  

Congratulations to Our HHS Career and Technical School Students

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Congratulations to our Career and Technical students who competed and placed in the 2016 SkillsUSA Championship that showcases the best career and technical students in the nation.

Jayson Smallwood - gold medal in Graphic Arts

Caitlin Tibbits - silver medal in Certified Nursing Assistant

Andrew Ortego - silver in Cisco programming

Michael Prettyman - silver in Graphic Arts for t-shirt design and bronze for Graphic Arts for pin design

Austin Ramsey is Ready for College

Austin Ramsey.jpgAustin Ramsey could not be happier!  He just received the news that his college career will be paid for because he just learned he was selected as a Band of Pride Honors Student for LA TECH University!  This is TECH's highest band award, the Band Honors Service Award.  Austin will be heading to Ruston this fall knowing that his classes are already paid for because of this prestigious honor and scholarship.  He will be majoring in Music Education allowing him have a career in music.  It does not get any better than this!

PICTURED:  Senior counselor Mrs. Carey Waldron, Austin Ramsey, and HHS Band Director Mr. Kevin Williams.
 

HHS Alumni Know First Hand that Hard Work Pays Off

The staff and administration at HHS love to hear when our alumni continue to excel.  We want to congratulate two such individuals.  Alumnus Alicia Bailey (2013) and  alumnus Lauren Feliciano (2013) were recently accepted to LSU  School of Veterinary Medicine.  Both carry with them an impressive resume.  Alicia and Lauren were valedictorians for their HHS 2013 graduating class.  They also have excelled while completing their undergraduate work at La. TECH.  We could not be more proud of these two young ladies and wish our Buccaneer alumni the very best.

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All About HHS

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Buc P.R.I.D.E.

HHS Behavior Expectations:

Practice safety
Respect people and property
Integrity and honor
Dedicate yourself to learning
Encourage cooperation

Words of the Week

This week’s root is  quis/quer--ask

 M  Query  (v.)  to ask or inquire about

Tu  Inquisition (n.) any harsh, difficult, or prolonged questioning

W   Inquiry (n.) a seeking or request for truth, information, or knowledge

Th  Quiz (v.)  to examine or test (a student or class) informally by questions

  F   HOLIDAY

Mr. David Brown, HHS Teacher of the Year 2016-2017

Mr. David Brown, HHS Teacher of the Year 2016-2017

2015-2016 Student of the Year Miss Kimberly Cook

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April Teacher of the Month Coach Hal Harlan

Congratulations to our 2016-2017 HHS Cheerleaders

Congratulations to the 2016-2017 Haughton High School cheer squad:

 

Jenna Blank                    

Makenie Dick                  

Grace Eatman                

Lindsey Fay                    

Mallory Gray                   

Jessie Harbour               

Courtney Jackson           

Hope Jordan                   

Kamryn King                   

Lauren Knight               

Sidney Lain                     

Genet Leist                     

Brittany Lemley

Alana Lewis

Bailey Lunsford

Savannah O'Neal

Paige Ramey

Hannah Robinson

Sarah Beth Sewell

Emily Sharp

Mary Claire Shaw

Farrah Stanfield

Abby Turner

Madison Waldron

Ellie WIllcox