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ADMINISTRATION

AVERIE BUSH, PRINCIPAL

ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS

GINA SHAVERS

MICHAEL DAVID

CHARLES DUBRA

SHANA BOGGS, INSTRUCTIONAL LITERACY COACH

ANNOUNCEMENTS
INTERACT CLUB

     HARRISON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

INTERACT CLUB DISTRICT 6840

Congratulations to the Following HCHS Students:

Mr. Interact: Steven Moffett

Miss Interact: Kelli Ladnier

First Place in Best Talent Competition: Katie Peterson (Ballet Dance)

 
WILDERNESS CHALLENGE

 
APRIL 22 - 26, 2014

PROM PROMISE ACTIVITIES

The Prom Promise is becoming a life-saving tradition and I think every school is adopting it. In essence, it's a promise that students make to their friends, family, and school where they commit not to drink and drive. It makes students aware that there are consequences to decisions they make after leaving prom. We will not have the typical prom promise assembly but we will have a week dedicated to raising awareness of drugs and alcohol. Click here for each day's activity. 

 
VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS

Volleyball Tryouts for the 2014-2015 school years are April 28- April 29 in the Harrison Central High School gym. Contact Coach Amanda Harrelson for details.

 
Envirothon

Congratulations to Harrison Central’s two Envirothon teams competed in the South Area Envirothon Competition. One team received first place in Soils and finished third overall; team members are: Adam Busby, Alex Busby, Christian Litz, Tyler Ruiz, and Adam Davis. This team will now advance to the State Envirothon Competition in May.

Harrison Central’s other team received first place in Forestry. Team members are: Dystany Fosby, Kendal Palmer, Hakeem Mickle, Phillip Hart, and Ryan Breland.

http://www.wlox.com/story/25033156/high-schools-compete-in-environmental-competition-chance-at-scholarships

 
LIBRARY BOOKS AND FINES

Students library overdue list has to be finalized also so that students can clear fines and return books by May 2, 2014. Please check to resolve any overdue books and fines with Mrs. Ladner by that date.

 
3RD NINE WEEKS ATTENDANCE MAKE-UP PROGRAM

Third Nine Weeks Attendance Make Up Program April 19 and 26, and May 3 Time: 8:00 A.M. until 12:00 P.M. Make sure you are standing outside of Building 4 by 7:45 A.M. Please have transportation arrangements made to and from on AMP dates.

 
HELP THIS HARRISON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WIN A VAN!

Randall’s mom has entered him in the National Mobility Awareness Month Contest that is giving away three wheelchair accessible Vans. In order to be considered as a semifinalist Randall needs to be in the top 10% in votes. Click here to HELP!

 
CONGRATULATIONS!

Congratulations!!! Jazzmun Holmes, Shaneice Cooper and Philmecia Drakeford were selected as members of the Basketball All State Tournament Team for the 2013-2014 school years.

 
GEAR-UP

 
ACT 2012-2013
Welcome to Harrison Central High

HCHS Students are College and Career Ready!

Our mission with Harrison Central High School is to instill in our students the desire to perform at their highest potential by holding them Accountable to our Expectations to achieve the highest Results within the community.

Expectations...Results...Accountability

Harrison Central High School serves 1622 students, ninth to twelfth grade, through 144 dedicated faculty members. It offers its students a state of the art learning environment with Internet access in all classrooms so all students can become part of the global society. Most classrooms have four computers for students to use during the school day. Students have access to a fully automated library and media center as well. A variety of educational programs such as after-school tutoring, Enrichment courses, and online curricula provide students with a wealth of opportunity to excel and achieve. Each teacher can better meet student needs as well with data warehousing resources developed by district personnel. These resources allow teachers to profile the past performance of a student and better meet the specific needs of the individual student.  

BELIEFS 

Student learning is the chief priority for the school, and all students are capable of learning. 

      • Because students learn in different ways, teachers should utilize a variety of teaching methods.
      • Students should assume personal responsibility in the learning process.
      • The school’s curriculum must continuously improve if students are to become confident, self-directed, lifelong learners.
      • Through cooperation among administrators, teachers, students, parents, and community, the school’s mission advances.
      • A safe and orderly school climate is conducive to student learning.   
HARRSION CENTRAL HIGH NEWS
Harrison County Technology Center DECA (An Association of Marketing Students) chapter traveled to Jones Junior College to compete with close to 300 DECA members from District 4 and 5 at this years’ DECA District Competition.  Each student took a 100 question test in their event and role-played how they would solve a problem or handle a real world company situation while meeting marketing indicators with judges.  All the students from Harrison Central and West Harrison did an outstanding job of representing their chapter and schools.  The first through sixth place winners will now be preparing to compete at the DECA State Career Development Conference Competition in Jackson, MS Feb. 23-26, 2014.

 

Jazmine Statin and Kendall Casey-1st place in Marketing Communications Team Decision Making

Bryanne Soileau and Melissa Williams- 1st place in Financial Services Team Decision Making

Mason Sullivan and Josh Bond- 1st place in Business Law and Ethics Making Event

Celeste Culp and Kim Migues- 1st place in Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making

Whitney Dubisson and Keana Smith- 1st place in Hospitality Services Team Decision Making Team

Morgan Hutchinson- 1st place in Marketing Management Series

Jenny Hamilton-1st place in Apparel and Accessories Series

Taylor Hinton-1st place in Quick Service Restaurant Management

Ashton Gage-1st place in Accounting Applications

Bryanne Soileau- 1st place in Principles of Finance Event

Aimee Robinson- 1st place in Principles of Business Management and Administration Event

Cheyene Hayes- 1st place in Business Finance Services

Peyton Pope-1st place in Principles of Finance

Alyssa Delena- 1st place in Business Services Series

Shelby Mathews- 1st place in Restaurant and Food Service Management Event

Austin Brunet-2nd place in Principles of Marketing

Terrance Williams- 2nd place in Human Resource Management Series

Chelsey Billiot- 2nd place in Business Finance Series

Taylor Hinton- 2nd place in Quick Serve Restaurant Management Series

Kayleigh Seymour and Kalee Sigworth-2nd Place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making Series

Tanner Hughes-2nd place in Automotive Services Marketing Series

Autumn Liebold- 3rd place in Retail Merchandising Series

Delany Corrick-3rd place in Human Resources Management Series

Addison Ellis and Amanda Dupree-3rd place in Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making Event

Jacquelin Shows and Hannah Hoda-3rd place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making

Kendall High and Kailey Mortan-4th place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing

Ian Colon-6th place in Sports and Entertainment Series

Katelynn Krol help host District competition serving in her role as the Mississippi DECA State Reporter.

DECA prepares students to be academically prepared for college, community oriented, professionally responsible and experienced leaders.   If you would like to join DECA and join these amazing students come by the Technology Center and pick up a form.  Sign up for Marketing TODAY, join DECA, and “Make It Count” for a successful future.


FBLA, or Future Business Leaders of America, offers events that students compete in to test their business knowledge and skills. Top District winners are eligible to compete for state awards at the State Leadership Conference in April and top state winners are then eligible to compete for national awards at the National Leadership Conference each summer. FBLA students from the Harrison County Career Technical Center (Harrison Central High and West Harrison High students) attended the Southern District Competition on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at Jones Junior College in Ellisville, MS. There were a total of 722 students competing in the 35 events offered. HCCTC FBLA entered forty-one students in 27 of these individual and team events and 31 students placed in the top six in their event and are eligible to advance to the State Leadership Conference. The Harrison County Career Technical Center brought home the following awards.

School Name(s) Place Event
Harrison Central High Trevorio Cleveland 1st Computer Applications
Harrison Central High Makena Basilio 1st Entrepreneurship Team Event
  Elijah Wheat
West Harrison High Tony Coleman
Harrison Central High Gabe Hull 1st Sports & Entertainment Management Team Event
Chantel Kenney
Philip Reid
Harrison Central High Chase Phillips 2nd Computer Problem Solving
Harrison Central High Kentressa Hobson 2nd Job Interview
Harrison Central High Nathanial Chadwick 2nd Networking Concepts
West Harrison High Rukiya King 2nd Word Processing
West Harrison High Tiffany Cole 3rd Future Business Leader
West Harrison High Dezerin Grayer 3rd Introduction to Information Technology
West Harrison High De’Meria Farmer 3rd Introduction to Parliamentary Procedures
West Harrison High Tequirra Weary 3rd Personal Finance
Harrison Central High Caitlyn Beachamp 4th Desktop Publishing Team Event
Brittany Williams
Harrison Central High Destiny Gipson 4th Global Business Team Event
West Harrison High Pete Hoang
Harrison Central High Katherine Cox 4th Marketing Team Event
  Alyssa Agustin
West Harrison High Jonathan Page
Harrison Central High Aaron Clark 4th Parliamentary Procedures Team Event
  Courtney Martin
  Darrius Robinson
West Harrison High Rogeick Cohea
  Celena Shaw
West Harrison High Jasharee Epting 5th Business Calculations
Harrison Central High Delya Sims 5th Introduction to Business
Harrison Central High Katepwe Ndalama 6th Business Procedures
Harrison Central High Kennedy Kelly 6th Introduction to Business

Winners from Harrison Central High School and West Harrison High School will be moving forward to compete at the FBLA State Leadership Conference April 9-11, 2014.

Pictured from Left to Right (back row): Nathan Chadwick, Tony Coleman, Jonathan Page, Pete Hoang, Aaron Clark, Courtney Martin, Darrius Robinson, Philip Reid, Jasharee Epting, Gabe Hull, Kennedy Kelly, and Brittany Williams. (second row): Celena Shaw, Destiny Gipson, Dezerin Grayer, Elijah Wheat, Chantel Kenney, Rukiya King, Caitlyn Beachamp, Rogeick Cohea, Kattie Cox, Kentressa Hobson, Alyssa Agustin, Tifany Cole, and Chase Phillips. (first row): Tequirra Weary, Katepwe Ndalama, Trae Cleveland and Delya Sims. FBLA Advisors (not pictured): Harrison Central High & West Harrison High Advisors: Debbie Wilson and Libby White

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SENIORS


Senior Girls are required to wear white shoes on Graduation Day





Seniors need to see their counselor for ACT waivers (must receive free or reduced lunch). Juniors and seniors receive 2 waivers.

SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS
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ATTENTION ALL SENIOR PARENTS

                                          

 Attention all Senior Parents!!! GEAR UP Mississippi has a link on the county and school's website.  There is important information regarding the ACT waivers this year and scholarships.  You can go to http://www.harrison.k12.ms.us  and under links you will click on GEAR UP Mississippi.  Please check this page weekly for updates and more information.

HARRISON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL REPORT CARD

Harrison County School District

(Part A: No Child Left Behind Act of 2001)

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires school districts to publish report cards containing certain information. The required information falls into three general areas: school improvement, teacher qualifications, and test data. A school that fails to make adequate yearly progress in achievement must be identified for school improvement. The report must contain information about the professional qualifications of teachers in core academic subject areas [English, reading, language arts, science, mathematics, foreign languages, arts, civics and government, economics, history and geography]. Highly qualified teachers are those who satisfied the NCLB criteria during the school year. The report must also contain achievement data for specific subgroups, two-year achievement trends and student participation rates.

Please contact the principal of your child's school if you have questions about this report.

Click here to view HCH Report Card