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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  • Best of Luck ProStart!

    Best of luck to ProStart students Ryan Alack, Sara Baiamonte, Olivia Bottolfs, Andrew Cambre, Kearstin Foster, and Cade Kershenstine. These outstanding students will be showcasing their culinary skills at the Louisiana ProStart Invitational in New Orleans. The competition allows teams to compete for medals and scholarships.

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  • Congratulations Kavoris Joseph!

    Congratulations Kavoris Joseph! Kavoris made First Team All State

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  • Torbotics

    HHMS Torbotics Team 2080 had a TOR-rific competition this weekend at the FIRST Bayou Regional in Kenner, Louisiana.

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  • Ryan Fussell Named Farm Bureau Player of the Week

    Congratulations Ryan Fussell '17! Ryan was named Farm Bureau Player of the Week.

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  • HHMS Hosts Ham'nd Eggs w/ the Chamber

    The 30 Plus Club Served as Ambassadors for the Chamber's monthy Ham'nd Eggs event.

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  • Quiz Bowl Team Advances to Nationals

    The National History Bowl state competition was held this past Saturday at Zachary High School. The Hammond High Magnet School Quiz Bowl team went undefeated through the final round of the playoffs, ultimately finishing second for the entire state. The team is comprised of Brendan Cuti (Captain), Thomas Bickford, Nicholas Grace, Jamie Peterson, Noah Swanner, and Kevin Thompson. The Tors' finish qualifies them for the National History Bowl tournament in Washington D.C. Additionally team captain Brendan Cuti qualified for the National US History Bee in DC as an individual competitor. The team is currently fundraising in order to pay for this opportunity.

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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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  • 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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  • 2017 Drivers Ed Information

     

    • Work Permits:  Request forms should be submitted to the front office.  Work permits will be avavailble after 24 hours for student pick-up during their lunch block.

    • Student Excuses:  Drop off excuses in the purple folder located outside the front office.

    • Fees:  Students may pay fees during the lunch block only.  Fees are accepted by Ms. Flanagan (located in the Counseling Suite), Ms. Puls (Front Office), or to Ms. McCon (Discipline Office)

    • Yearbook:  Yearbooks may be purchased online at www.jostens.com or payment may be submitted to the front office.  Contact Ms. Joan Costanza for additional information.

    • Student Verification Forms:  Forms require 24 hours to process.  Students must sign the clipboard in the Discipline Office (Ms. McCon).  It is the student's responsibility to pick up completed forms.

     

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