Hamburg High School

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  • Yearbook Pickup

    Click on the link above to learn about how yearbooks will be distributed to all grade levels.

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  • SENIOR MEMORY WALK - May 26

    Attention Seniors! You have an amazing opportunity this year to visit your "old stomping grounds" one more time before you graduate in June! After this year's senior breakfast, you will board buses and travel to one of our four elementary schools. There, you will walk through the halls, wearing your graduation caps and gowns.After the elementary visits, you will walk through the halls of the middle school. This should be a wonderful experience for you, as well as fun and inspirational for our younger students. PLEASE SIGN UP IN THE COUNSELING CENTER BY FRIDAY MAY 19 TO LET US KNOW WHICH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL YOU WILL BE VISITING. If you have any questions, please see your counselor.

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  • Free/Reduced Lunch Applications Due

    Applications must be re-submitted every year to maintain Free/Reduced Lunch status. If you qualified last year, but have not filled out the form, your child will begin paying full price for lunches this week.

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Announcements

  • May 5, 2017

    • Sports sign ups for Fall season 2017 are now available.  Interested students/athletes should sign up by Friday, June 2nd.  Any questions, see

              Mr. Cauley.

    • Don't forget to sign up for UNYTS annual blood drive on Friday, May 12th!  Sign ups in the LMC!
    • There will be a Donate Life meeting today after school in Room 123.

     

     

            

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Who We Are

HHS
 
Hamburg High School is a comprehensive High School located in the Village of Hamburg, New York; a suburb south of Buffalo. The school offers an exciting variety of courses and activities to help prepare 1200 students in grades 9 -12 for post secondary education and/or future careers. The instructional program is designed to encourage students to achieve at the highest level possible, with emphasis on Regent and Advanced Placement courses. The Advance Placement program is extensive with offerings of 14 AP courses. A Learning Center, Library Media Center, and Computer labs, are available to all students to assist in the achievement of individual academic goals.

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