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Hillcrest High School

During the winter months, road conditions are changing constantly and the weather becomes more and more unpredicticable every day. We are understanding that travel to school may be a challenge and we want all our student to arrive at school safely. Parents, if your student will be late to class for bus or personal transporation reasons, please make sure they check into the office and you call and excuse the tardiness. This will ensure the tardy is coded correctly and you are not recieving calls later in the day/week. Thanks! 

HHS ATTENDANCE: If your student is absent, tardy, or needs to be excused from school, please call 525-4454. Thanks! 




Prepare for the ACT Test Today!

For the first time we are offering a FREE ACT Prep Course at Hillcrest High School.  Eight classes will be offered to students targeting the skills measured on the ACT (Reading, Math, Science, and English) as well as valuable test taking strategies optimal for standardized tests.  These classes can help you improve your test taking skills to get the score you want on the ACT. 

Classes will be held on Monday’s from 4:00-5:00 and will start January 30th.  Classes have limited space so sign up now in the counseling office (registration will end on January 27thor when classes are full).

Classes will be held: January 30th, February 6th, February 13th, February 27th, March 6th, March 13th, March 27th, and April 3rd (No classes will be held on President’s Day or over spring break).




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Parent and Community: 

Kneaders Bakery donated $3,000 dollars to the Band and Cheer Programs at HHS! Thank you for your generosity and support.


Zak Paynter, a former HHS student, chose Hillcrest High School for a $100 corporate gift from his engineering firm in Pullman, WA. Thank you Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.! 


THANK YOU Basic American Foods for the $10,000 donation toward purchasing a new inning by inning scoreboard for the Hillcrest Baseball Program!  


Mrs. Zohner and the Health Occupations students for organizing and working with the American Red Cross last Friday. HHS was responsible for presenting 67 blood donors and collecting 61 units of blood. Great job! 


A big thank you to the doctors at Grand Teton Gastroenterology for their combined donation of $300 to award our students that have perfect attendance throughout the year.  Dr. Behrend, Dr. Warner, and Dr. Williams all contributed.  We appreciate this valuable financial support and the help it will provide to our students.


Ten parents attended the September PTO meeting with the administration. We appreciate the feedback and input this group brings to the table. We hope to see more parents at the November meeting! Keep your eye on Facebook for more details. 

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Good things happening at HHS:

* The HHS boys' club swim team brought home 4th place
  at the state swim meet this year. The second highest place
  HHS has ever placed. Great job boys! 

* In January, the following HHS students will travel to Madison
  High School to participate in District Honor Band: Aby 
  Arevalo, Finley Hernandez, Ryan Isom, Jana Freckleton,
  and Clayne Capson. 
  The students below qualified for Clinic Band for the same trip
  in January: Andrew Cziep, Alex Affleck, Janet Loertscher, 
  Kailey Zablosky, and James O'Connor.

* The following HHS students will travel to Bellevue, WA
  for All Northwest Choir in February: Adam Christensen,
  Brooklyn English, and Devin Marrott. This will be a wonderful

* HHS Athletic Director, Barney Gardner, recieved high praise
  from the IHSAA executive director for his great work hosting
  the state 4 A volleyball tournament. Great job Barney and 

* Cliff Davis and the HHS Debate Program were recognized 
  by the National Speech and Debate Association as on of the
  top 2% of schools nationwide! This is based on the number 
  of degrees HHS students earned and points accrued. 

* Hillcrest High School was voted #1 school in Southeastern Idaho
  in the Post Register this summer! Go Knights. 

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    informed about upcoming events and celebrate the great things
    happening at HHS! 




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