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Vision, Mission, and Beliefs

Hawkinsville High School

 

Vision:

Learning for a Lifetime

 

Mission:

The mission of Hawkinsville High School is to provide quality educational experiences that are meaningful, challenging, and engaging in a safe and supportive environment for all students.

 

Beliefs:

  • Education is a shared responsibility among students, parents, school personnel, and community members.
  • Quality instruction should be provided through a rigorous and relevant curriculum.
  • The school environment should be safe, orderly, and conducive to learning.
  • Academic success can be achieved through active engagement in a variety of learning experiences.
  • Extracurricular activities offer opportunities to enhance the physical, academic, and social development of our students.

 

CCRPI Resa District Comparisons for FY 12

Click to download a PDF document containing the CCRPI Resa District Comparisons for FY 12

 

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Help 1st Grade Earn Cash: Recycle Capri Sun Pouches

Bring your empty CapriSun puches to school and turn them in to a 1st grade teacher.  This grade is participating in the Teracycle program.

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Labels for Education

PCES is collecting Campbell's Soup Labels for Education.

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Classroom Expectations  HHS Classroom Expectations
 
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Hawkinsville High School
Hawkinsville High School has been in its current location since 1975. The enrollment is approximately 500 students in grades 9 – 12. We offer two programs of study – college preparatory and technical preparatory – which prepare our students to continue their education or to enter the workplace or military service. Some students also participate in postsecondary options at area colleges and technical colleges. Additional options are Youth Apprenticeship, Diversified Cooperative Training (DCT), and Community Based Instruction (CBI). These programs are work-based programs coordinated with local business partners. Our students also have many opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities in the areas of sports, clubs and service organizations, academic competition teams, literary events, band, and yearbook staff. Parent organizations such as PTO, Big Red Boosters, and Band Boosters provide strong support for our school. Academic programs, work opportunities, and extracurricular offerings provide our students with a comprehensive high school experience.
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School Phone Numbers  School Phone Numbers:   MAIN NUMBER:  478-783-7200


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