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HCSS Summer College Readiness Program
We are approaching the end of another successful school year at HCSS. I am very happy to announce that HCSS has reached its goal of %100 of four-year college acceptance in our first graduating year. All senior students were offered an admission from a four-year college or university. In order for us to maintain our success, your cooperation is extremely important.
HCSS in the News!
She's one of 300 parents who received a bouquet of flowers as a thank you. “It's nice to know that the teachers are taking time out of their days because I'm sure they have mothers and wives who could also be using them but their not and they're sharing it with us which is very special,” said Dorothy Weber.
It's the school's philosophy to keep parents involved and in the loop.
The Sophomore Class went on a college trip Wednesday to visit UConn. Students took an interactive tour of the campus and were able to ask questions about the school to current college students. The students also shared a lunch in the Student Union and ate among other college students who were frantically cramming for finals! Overall, the sophomores were impressed by the campus and many are interested in the school.
8th Grade Semi-Formal Dance
Thank you to the Student Council for hosting the 8th Grade Semi-Formal dance on the Thursday night. Eighth graders were invited to the American Legion in Granby to celebrate the end of their year with a dinner together and dancing. Students were excited to dress up and celebrate the end of their middle school years together. Thank you to Ms.Kennedy, Bob Lafleur, and the administration for all their help in preparing this big night!
Congratulations to all the winter student athletes. The athletics department hosted a banquet in the gym where students, families, and staff members shared a dinner and ceremony to honor the girls and boys basketball team, the wrestling team, and the cheerleaders. Thank you to Coach Trudeau for putting it together and thank you to all the families and students for supporting our program!
Abbas T. Overcomes Obstacles for Championship
Imagine moving to a foreign country, not knowing the native language, yet finding a way to excel and become the outright best at something. Such is the case for one local high school wrestler, and there is a good chance we will be hearing more about him for years to come. Abbas Tamaradze looks and sounds impressive on the wrestling mat.