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Hershey High School
550 Homestead Road, PO Box 898, Hershey, PA 17033
Phone: (717) 531-2244   Fax: (717) 534-2684

Office Hours: 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Regular School Hours: 7:38 a.m. - 2:33 p.m.
 


TBest High Schools In American he program of studies of the Hershey High School
is planned to meet the needs of the youth of the Derry Township School District. A major task of the school is to accommodate learners with divergent needs, goals, capabilities and interests. To this end, an effort is made to nurture individual skills and to satisfy individual needs.
It is also the responsibility of the school to furnish opportunities for students to participate in cultural activities that may otherwise not be available to them. Extracurricular and enrichment programs are offered to satisfy this aspect.

Hershey High School was built in 1996 and expanded in 2007. The facility is 231,000 square feet, has a card access system; phone/television/internet access in all classrooms; auditorium seating for 1,300; two CAD labs; classrooms for family and consumer sciences; full gym, weight and cardio exercise rooms;
full band and orchestra/chorus rooms; three art rooms; closed circuit television capacity; a production office and library/media center.
 
 

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  •  Into The Woods

    Spring Musical Tickets on Sale Now!

    Tickets for the HHS Theatre spring musical “Into the Woods” are available for online purchase now. There will be three showings, March 3-5, with the curtain going up at 7:30 p.m. each night. To learn more about the show and to reserve your seats, simply click the graphic.

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  •  Snow Make-up Days?

    Snow Make-up Days? Not At This Point!

    As we settle back into a normal schedule following Winter Storm Jonas, some questions are popping up regarding how the cancellations we just experienced impact the school calendar. DTSD has constructed the 2015-16 calendar in such a way that we could absorb up to three cancellations without needing to have student “make up” days. As a result, unless we have two or more additional cancellations, there will be no need to add “make up” days at the end of the year. In the event that we do have two or more additional cancellations the days will be added at the end of the school year, beginning with June 8.

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  • Help Native Plants Project Take Root at HHS

    You can help an initiative to increase the use of native plants in the local landscape by supporting a project proposed by the Hershey High School (HHS) Environmental Club, the HHS Garden Club, and the HHS Student Council. Those organizations have teamed up to apply for funding that community members can support through an online program encouraging sustainability.

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  • Drivers Needed

    Bus Drivers Needed

    Bus Drivers Wanted Derry Township School District has an immediate need for bus drivers. Interested individuals may contact Steve Bell, Director of Transportation, by phone at 566-7422.

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  • Kindergarten Pre-Registration

    Kindergarten Pre-Registration to Open Feb. 8

    Pre-registration for Derry Township children who will be 5 years of age before September 1, 2016 and plan to attend kindergarten this coming fall will be open February 8 and run through February 26. Once the pre-registration window opens, parents and guardians may access the on-line form via the district's web site. Parents and guardians without online access at home are encouraged to use free community resources, such as the Hershey Public Library, where computers with internet access are available for public use.

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  • HHS Community Service Course Clothing Drive

    As part of a Community Service Course at Hershey High School, two of our seniors at Hershey High School have worked to organize a clothing drive for families in our area who are in need of warm winter clothing. The collection campaign has just begun and will run for the rest of the school year. You can help by bringing in your winter clothing, coats, shoes, and hats, in a bag, to the school office where your student(s) attend

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