HHMS Mission Statement
Hammond High Magnet School aspires to develop internationally minded lifelong learners through high quality educational programs and rigorous assessment. Through the embodiment of the learner profile, students are prepared to successfully function in a global society.



School News & Events

  • Player of the Week Announced

    Senior Reed Roberts was named Farm Bureau Player of the Week. The award is presented weekly by Farm Bureau Agent Joey Peronne, Class of 89.

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  • Mr. & Miss HHMS Announced

    Seniors Brendan Cuti and Samantha Breaux were elected Mr. and Miss HHMS by the senior class.

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  • Torette (Dance Team) Tryouts Announced

    Tryouts for the 2017-2018 School year year have been announced. Please follow this link for important information and deadlines.

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  • Volleyball Tryouts 2017

    Volleyball tryouts will be held Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at 4:00-6:00 P.M. in the HHMS Gym. Proper athletic clothing and shoes must be worn. All paperwork including current physical must be submitted prior to or on the day of try outs. Please have rides here promptly at 6:00 P.M. There will be a mandatory parent meeting Monday, May 15, 2017 at 5:30-7:00 P.M. for all new players and all 2017-18 sophomores.

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  • Congratulations Trey Schillace and Kenny Bell!

    Congratulations Trey Schillace and Kenny Bell! Both players were named Farm Bureau Players of the Week. The award was presented by Mr. Joey Perrone.

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  • NBMOA Hospitality Scholarship Available

    The 2017 National Black McDonald’s Owners Association (NBMOA) Hospitality Scholarship application is now available. The scholarship program is managed by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and is open to all students attending an HBCU school. The direct link to the online application is where you will find the criteria: http://nbmoa.org/2017/02/nbmoa-dr-pepper-hospitality-scholarship-2017-18/

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  • Congratulations Ms. Gaydos

    Congratulations Ms. Gaydos! The HHMS Community congratulates Ms. Gaydos for winning a Greater Hammond Chamber of Commerce Annie Award. The award honors women who excel in their careers and set the pace for the Hammond region's future.

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  • Thank You Quick Way of Hammond

    "Quickway Stores of Hammond gave a very generous contribution to the HHMS Quiz Bowl team. The donation aides the Tors in competing at the National History Bowl in Washington DC. Pictured are Joshua Ballard of Quickway, team sponsor Stuart Tully, and members Thomas Bickford, Brendan Cuti, Jamie Peterson, Noah Swanner, and Kevin Thompson, as well as HHMS senior Robert Storey."

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  • 2017 Tennis Team

    Members of the 2017 Tennis Team are as follows: Back row: Coach Danny Anders, Michael Trapen, Oliver Robinson, Evan Gibson, Robert "Beau" Brady, Trey Zulli, Brennan Tilyou, and Assistant Coach Lauren Markezich; Front Row: Tierra Reed, Yvonne Horenkamp, Drew Barzenick, Camille Domingue, Beth Dowdy, and Sara Rodriguez Not pictured: Leo Duplooy and Coach Aaron Lips

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  • 2017 Prom Portrait Price Guide

    Barberito Photography will be the official photography service for the 2017 Prom. The attached guide lists prices and packages offered.

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  • 2017 Drivers Ed Information


    • Work Permits:  Request forms should be submitted to the front office.  Work permits will be avavailble after 24 hours for student pick-up during their lunch block.

    • Student Excuses:  Drop off excuses in the purple folder located outside the front office.

    • Fees:  Students may pay fees during the lunch block only.  Fees are accepted by Ms. Flanagan (located in the Counseling Suite), Ms. Puls (Front Office), or to Ms. McCon (Discipline Office)

    • Yearbook:  Yearbooks may be purchased online at www.jostens.com or payment may be submitted to the front office.  Contact Ms. Joan Costanza for additional information.

    • Student Verification Forms:  Forms require 24 hours to process.  Students must sign the clipboard in the Discipline Office (Ms. McCon).  It is the student's responsibility to pick up completed forms.

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