The 2nd Annual LOVE>hate 5K Run/Walk will be held Saturday, May 6, 2017.
Staff - Let's see how many staff can sign up to show our support for this worthy cause.
Registration forms can be found in the Main Office. Click here to register online
Students and Staff can now register for $20.00 - If you have already registered at the higher rate you will now receive a free wristband and waterbottle.
Click here to view the flyer for the AP Art Studio Art Show at Puebla's Kitchen.
HUHS has been named as a Level III AP Pacesetter school for the 2016 test results. What this means is that we have over 10% of our student body taking the tests and of that population, 60% or more have scored a 3 or above, a 3 is considered "passing". Of the 424 schools that were data-mined in 2015-16, 92 schools in Wisconsin were identified as a Level III AP Pacesetter school. Congratulations, AP Teachers and Students for all of your hard work!
On April 3 and 4, 17 FBLA members successfully represented HUHS at the State Leadership Conference in Appleton, WI. Students who attended the State Conference had the opportunity to network with FBLA members from across the state, participate in workshops and tour businesses including the Timer Rattlers Stadium and the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center. In addition to these opportunities, students also competed in various business, marketing and information technology related competitive events. Congratulations to Thomas Kellicut, who placed 4th in Accounting I, qualifying him to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA this June! Honorable mentions go to Nate Seibold, who placed 6th overall in the category of Business Law.
Thomas will be joined in Anaheim by our newly inducted 2017-18 Region VI Vice President, Marley Kreger! Congratulations to all our competitors and thanks for a great conference!
A big congratulations needs to go out freshmen Annika Csizmadia, Sarah Jocham, and Alexis Puffer! These three cohort students have been named semifinalists for the national Letters About Literature writing competition. They were brought up in front of the cohort students to find out about this honor, and their reactions are priceless.
Letters About Literature is a Library of Congress National Reading-Writing Promotion Program for students in grades 4-12. Each student read a novel and wrote a letter to its author about how the book affected them personally.
Annika - Ten by Gretchen McNeil
Sarah - The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks
Alexis - River Secrets by Shannon Hale
Sixty-two students traveled to New York City over spring break on the triannual HUHS Choral Trip. Members of the HUHS Concert Choir and Voces bel canto performed at The Church of the Heavenly Rest and The Church of St. Paul the Apostle. They also toured Radio City Music Hall, the Empire State Building, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and took a bus tour around Manhattan. Students also went to 3 or 4 Broadway Shows and participated in various excursions planned by the 14 wonderful chaperones. It was a memorable trip, but it's good to be home.