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.
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.
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Mr. Averie Bush, Principal
Michael David, Charles Durbra, Shana Boggs
Michelle Johnston, Instructional Literacy Coach
ASU HS Day Sponsored by ASUMGAC
ASU HS Day 2015
HS Day Bus Ride
Gulfport ASU Alumni Chapters Student Letter 2015
Gulfport ASU Alumni Chapters Trip Waiver 2015
Gulfport ASU Alumni Chapters Day Registration 2015
Shirts will be on sale starting Monday, October 19th for $15. All proceeds go to the Memorial Foundation for Breast Cancer Patients.”
This is the link for the AdvancEd parent survey, and we need many, many more surveys completed than what we have so far.
Think Pink Week is scheduled for October 19-23. We have many events planned that you will receive more information on in the upcoming week. For Big Red Night Oct. 22nd (6: 00-8:30 P.M.), we are really wanting all clubs/sports teams to participate. If you are interested in setting up a booth for Big Red Night, please respond and let me know. All proceeds go to the Memorial Foundation at Memorial Hospital of Gulfport.
Red Rebel Battalion
October 31, 2015
8:00 A.M.- 3:00 P.M.
Location: Front of Regions Bank on
Bowling Team Try-outs!!
Be on the first HCHS Bowling Team ever.
October 13 and 14, 2015
See Coaches Strickland (Room 607) and Weems (Room 519) for more details..
Help make history at Harrison Central High School.
Mu Alpha Theta and National Honor Society are teaming up to help raise awareness and money about Muscular Dystrophy. People live with the effects of this debilitating disease daily. September 30, 2015, the homeroom that raises the most money will win a sausage biscuit breakfast courtesy of the National Honor Society . Students are encouraged to bring what they can to donate. NHS will come around and collect donations. All of the funds will be collected and a check will be presented to the Muscular Dystrophy Association at the Muscle Walk on Saturday, October 10, 2015.
10/03/2015: Biloxi Invitational Swim Meet
: St. Paul’s Volleyball Tournament
10/05/2015: Mississippi State Rep on campus
: Herff Jones rep to meet with seniors
: HC vs. Ocean Springs (swim)
: HC vs. Vancleave (volleyball)
: HC vs. George Cty. (slow-pitch)
10/08/2015: Nine Weeks Exams
: HC vs. Petal (volleyball)
This is an annual event coordinated by the Gulf Coast Down Syndrome Society to raise awareness and inclusion of those with Down Syndrome. If you have never attended a Buddy Walk you are certainly missing out. This is an excellent opportunity to witness the many talents and gifts that individuals with Down Syndrome possess. If you would like to be part of Team Annabelle, please send me your name and t-shirt size. Feel free to invite family and friends. T-shirts are absolutely free but if you would like to make a donation to the Gulf Coast Down Syndrome Society, you may do so at www.gcdss.org.
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Marine Option NROTC Scholarship
Covers full tuition (up to $180,000) at an NROTC affiliated school.
No obligation (financial or military service) during the student’s Freshman year. (The scholarship can be dropped before starting the Sophomore year with no payback required)
Provides a position as a commissioned officer in the Marine Corp following successful completion of the program.
22 or higher on ACT or 74 of higher on ASVAB
Able to run 3 miles and do pull-ups
Demonstrate leadership potential, integrity, and initiative
Interested students should visit www.nrotc.navy.mil
Join the nurses of Harrison County Saturday September 19 at Jones Park! Sign up at 8:00am, with the walk starting at 9:00am! The actual Walk day is to raise awareness about Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes and how it affects the Gulf Coast, show community support for those living with diabetes, and raise the much needed funds to care for ALL Mississippians living with diabetes.
1) Mississippi College representative will be on campus on October 15.
2) Club rush is on September 9 during all four lunches. It is your last opportunity to join a club for the 2015-2016 school year.
August 28 McComb (1st Home Game)
September 10 Pearl River (WLOX)
September25 George County (Home Coming)
October 16 Gulfport (Rival)
October 23 Hancock (Think Pink Week)
November 6 Ocean Springs (Senior Night)
Parents, please help out Harrison Central High School by completing the AdvancED survey, as a vital part of our School Improvement Plan this year.
HARRISON CENTRAL & WEST HARRISON
Seniors be sure to check out the counselor's page for scholarships!
Order your yearbook now!
Cost is $50.00 for September only! Prices increases to $60.00 in October.
Congratulations to Mrs. Kelsey Bush pictured below for
participating in the Live Oak Summer Institute.
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
Harrison Central High
15600 School Road
Gulfport, MS 39503
Phone: (228) 832-2610
Fax: (228) 832-7433