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HBCS does not discriminate on the basis of race in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.
HBCS Spring Break will be 
Monday, February 27th - Friday, March 3rd
Return on Monday, March 6th
Elementary Student of the Week

Look who got caught doing random acts of kindness.

Friday, February 24, 2017  
at Vermilion Catholic @ 6 pm   $8/person

The RIDER who collects the most money will take on the BULL as the GRAND FINALE of the auction!   
Will it be Mr. Sensley or Coach P. ??  
The money jars are in the front office!   
This is something you don't want to miss--so get your auction tickets today!
PK-8th Grade
Get your Auction Tickets before March 11th
CONGRATS to ALL who participated in the ULL District Literary Rally 2017!! ��

 Advanced Math - Parker McDonald 4th 
 Algebra I - Myles Liggans
 Algebra II - John Shelton 3rd
 Biology I - Jillian Scott 3rd
 Biology II - Jenna Louviere 1st
 Chemistry - Allison Elrod 3rd
 Civics - Allison Thomas 1st
 English I - Drue Armentor 1st
 English II -  Samantha Armentor 1st
 English III - Emma Frederick 1st
 English IV - Allison Sprague 4th
 Environmental Science
              -Hans Hensgens 1st
 Fine Art Survey - Lani Darby 1st
 Geometry - Rory Ronsonet 2nd
 Interpretive Reading
             -Najah Liggans "Good"
 Physical Science - Jamie Sprague 3rd
 Physics - Cameron LeMaire 1st
 Sociology - Macy Mitchell 1st
 Spanish I - Jayda Miguez 1st
 Spanish II - Sarah Bell 2nd
 US History - Jordan Dugas 2nd
 World History - Kayla Suire 2nd

First, Second & Third place will advance to State on April 1st at LSU.
6th grade girls just completed "Thrive in the Hive" a small group study designed to help girls develop healthy peer relationships.



Parker, an HBCS junior, has been accepted to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this Summer, for a 6 week Pre College Math and Science Immersion!!!

 Carnegie Mellon University is one of the top research Universities in the World, and ranks #24 in Universities Nationally.

2/21/7: On this date in 1965, Malcolm X was assassinated.

2/17/17: On this date in 1963, Michael Jeffrey Jordan, basketball legend, is born in Brooklyn, New York.

2/16/17: On this date in 1972, Wilt Chamberlain, basketball legend, scores his 30,000th point, becoming the first NBA player to reach it.

2/15/17: On this day Henry Lewis becomes the first African American to lead a symphony orchestra in the United States. 

2/14/17:   It's the birthday of Frederick Douglass.  He is an abolitionist and orater. Born into slavery as Frederick Baile, Douglass purchased his freedom in 1845 and went on to become the greatest abolitionist of his time.

2/13/17:   Today back on Feb. 13, 1970, Joseph L. Searles III became the 1st black floor member of the NY Stock Exchange.
Our school is hosting a St. Jude Math-A-Thon. We're solving problems 
and asking for pledges so we can help the kids of St. Jude's Research Hospital.  You're fundraising efforts support St. Jude in it's lifesaving mission: Finding cures.  Saving children. The funds we raise will go towards making sure families never receive a bill  from St. Jude
 for treatment, travel, housing or food--because all a family should 
worry about is helping their child live. 

CLICK HERE to Sign Up Today to 
help St. Jude kids!
Doing math. Saving Lives.
Have fun and earn prizes with St. Jude Math-A-Thon, a 
fundraiser that improves students' math skills and teachers
 the importance of helping others.
K-8th Grade
Information will be going home soon with your child.

Donations are due by February 21, 2017
Dear Parents, 

   Hi, my name is Danielle LeCompte and I'm not only an 11th grader at Highland,  I am also  a patient of St. Jude Children's Hospital  for almost 10 years now. St. Jude's Hospital is a place where children are treated for most of the time incurable diseases, and different types of cancer. Yet, due to their research, cancer cures for children have risen significantly!This hospital is truly a place where God is at work in everyone's life. 

Did you know that there are two other Highland families who are also part of the St. Jude's "Family" like I am? They have also received all the support and love that they need while going through the best treatments available for their loved ones! All of the support each family receives is at no cost to them due to the generous donations such as funds raised during Math-A-Thon.

I want to thank you all very much for allowing your sons and daughters to participate in this year's Math-A-Thon! It doesn't matter if participating in this project brings in $1.00 from each Kindergartener through 8th grader or many more dollars. It is the thought that my fellow Highland Bears are continuing to help St. Jude's Hospital continue the research for cures for children's diseases that blesses my heart!  ��

God Bless each of you, 

Danielle LeCompte
Highland Class of 2018 
Auction Photo Album
The Berry Queens have a new service project called the Princess Project.
We are gathering formal gowns, accessories and shoes to help high school age girls attending prom who may not otherwise be able to have something to wear
2016 Payments for tax purposes.

FACTS (monthly)
Log on to your FACTS account
Activity Details
      Click on Payments Tab
      Click View Printable  Payment Summary
      Select 2016

RENWEB (annual)
Log on to your RENWEB account
Select Family Information
        Family Billing
        Click Details
Second Quarter #1 Readers !!  
Congratulations !!
2017-2018 Application Packet
March Hot Lunch Due 
February 21st
Order Your 2016-2017 Yearbook Today!
You can order online by clicking the link above 
OR you can print this
turn it in to the school office.  Price will increase after April 21st.

Parents please adhere to the policy below. Students may not arrive before 7:45 unless they go to before care (PK-6th). MS/HS students arriving before 7:45 are to report to the office, unless they are an athlete scheduled for morning practice.

Tim Sensley, Administrator

Arrival and Dismissal

Students are not to be dropped off before 7:45 a.m. and must be picked up by 3:30 p.m. Students arriving before 7:45 a.m. will be charged for using HBCS Before Care. If a student remains on campus after 3:30 p.m., he will be brought to HBCS After Care and parents will, be charged accordingly. A note should always be sent to the teacher when arrangements are changed from that which is routine.

Chromebook Policy
The yearbook staff is 
working on layouts for our
 fall events, so if you have pictures from football, volleyball, homecoming, 
pep rallies, field trips
 or any other class activities,  
please send to
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