HHMS Mission Statement
Hammond High Magnet School aspires to develop internationally minded lifelong learners through high quality educational programs and rigorous assessment. Through the embodiment of the learner profile, students are prepared to successfully function in a global society.

 

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  • LSU Scholarships

    Deadlines to apply for scholarships are quickly approaching. Follow the link for additional information concerning the application process for LSU.

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  • 2017 Robot Reveal a Huge Success

    Robotics students showed off their skills to a packed crowd. Follow this link to view the the complete story n Sunday's Daily Star.

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  • Ms. Angie Drago Recognized as a Teacher of the Year

    Our own Ms. Angie Drago was recently recognized as a Teacher of the Year by central office. See the attached Daily Star article for more information.

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  • National FFA Week Celebrated

    Future Farmers of America may be chaptered in any public school with an agricultural education program. Leadership is provided by student officers who are elected each year by the chapter's members and by the agriculture teacher who serves as the adviser for the chapter.

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  • Lady Tors Defeat East St. John 8-0

    The Lady Tor softball team defeated East St. John 8-0 in their home opener behind the pitching of Jordan Moon, who threw a complete game 1 hit shutout and struck out 15. Key hits by Zoe Foil, Bri Newman, Riley Roberts, and Sophie Domingue helped lead the Lady Tors to victory. The Ladies will take on Doyle at home this afternoon (3:30 start time). Come out and cheer the Lady Tors onto a 2-0 start to their season.

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  • Senior FAFSA Days Announced

    Seniors will receive assistance with federal student financial aid applications.

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  • Students Place at the Literary Rally

    Congratulations Logan Giannoble, Kent Bardwell, Cade Jenkins, and Jabari Cyprian for placing at the SLU Literary Rally. Results are as follows: Logan Giannobile--(Agriculture Science 1) District Qualifier, State Qualifier, Southeastern scholarship winner; Cade Jenkins--(Agriculture Science II) District Qualifier, State Qualifier; Jabari Cyprian--(Food and Nutrition) District Qualifier, State Qualifier; and Kent Bardwell--(World Geography) District Qualifier, State Qualifier, Southeastern scholarship winner

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  • Robot Reveal - Saturday, February 25th

    Our engineering students will demonstrate how the robot they designed and built will earn points in the FIRST Steamworks competitions. The robot can move forward independently for the autonomous round. In round two, the student driver will control the robot to pick up balls and shoot them into the high goal, pick up a gear and place it on a hook, and climb a rope at the end of the match.

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  • Basketball Team Meets Jason Alexander

    Coach Hicks and Coach Marshall inspired HHMS Basketball team to read Jason Alexander and Brendan Kiely's Coretta Scott King Honor Award-Winning novel All American Boys. The team also attended the author visit at the Hammond Public Library on Friday October 28th where they were able to listen to the authors discuss the novel and answer questions.

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  • JAG Initiation & Installation Ceremony

    HHMS held its 1st Annual JAG (Jobs for America’s Graduates) Initiation and Installation Ceremony on Thursday, October 13. The ceremony began with opening remarks by Ms. Kris Labruzzo, Principal and Mr. Matt Greer, Program Instructor. Guest speakers included La. State Representative Chris Broadwater and Mayor Pete Panepinto.

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