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To help us make the Sumner County Schools website a positive place for everyone, we've been using the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities, and user friendly for everyone.
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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Any Senior who did not fill out the graduation packet in Advisory last Friday, needs to stop by the guidance office ASAP to complete!
Prom tickets are on...
We are excited to announce another student international trip. At the end of next school year, we will be traveling with students to England, France, and Germany during the summer of 2019! This is...
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) invites students to apply for the 2018 Marjorie Watson Mathematics Scholarship.This prestigious scholarship is...
Whether dashing off to visit relatives or sticking around town with friends, most at HHS are happy the holiday break is almost here.
CTE office clerk Zina Crowder will be enjoying it with her...
More than half of HHS seniors have been touched by the national opioid crisis, a recent survey suggests.
Twenty-one of 40 HHS seniors randomly surveyed said they knew someone struggling with opioid...
Right up there with “Will this count for a grade?” and “Oh, when was that assigned?” one of the most common questions teachers get this time of year is “Can I be exempt from the final exam?”
Locker? What locker?
That’s the sentiment of many HHS students who say they never use a locker and carry everything they need in a backpack.
“I don’t have time to stop in between classes,” said...
It’s that time of year again. The decorations are up and the first flakes are in the forecast.
Based on two old standbys for winter weather predictions, Hendersonville should see more cold and snow...
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