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.

 

Questions about our Magnet programs?
Contact Dr. Vitter at 985-474-8632 for the IB Diploma Programme,
or Rosa Eleser at 985-474-8633 for
Medical Magnet. 
 
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Transcript Info
Transcripts can be picked up 3-5 business days
from date it is received in our office. 
We must have completed request form and
money ($5) before we can pull the transcript.
 
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 Pigs
 
Ms. Scott's Biology class working hard dissecting pigs.
 
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Env. Science
 

Ms. Gunter's Environmental Science class worked the flower beds up front pulling weeds and cleaning the area.

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Pro Start
 
Pro Start Ribbon Cutting
 
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Basketball
 

HHMS Boys Basketball 2013 Banquet at Buddies

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 Mural
 

Art IV students, Joshua Cambre, Mallory Clark, and Samantha Hemphill, created a mural for the annual Law Day Observance at Hammond City Court. The mural is slated to be on permanent display when the court building is renovated. Until it is picked up, you may see it in the display case by room 124. The students posed with Judge Gasaway and the mural. 

 
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    PLEASE SUPPORT OUR MAGNET PROGRAMS
     
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  • OPEN HOUSE 2014/2015
     
    August 5th - Seniors  3:00 P.M.
                         Juniors  5:00 P.M.
     
    August 6th - Sophomores 4:00 P.M.
                         Freshmen     6:00 P.M.
     
    During these times, students will be able to obtain a tentative schedule, pay all class fees, purchase PE uniforms and parking tags (if applicable), walk around campus and meet some of the teachers, and purchase HHMS items from the TOR Store.
     
    ***NEW THIS YEAR*** 
    Students will also be able to purchase an optional Student Activity Pass. This pass will give the student access to all home-regular season sporting events.  Students must purchase playoff tickets.
     
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  • Hammond High Magnet School New Student Registration:

    Wednesday and Thursday, June 4th and 5th , 8-11am

     

    Please bring copies of the following:

    *Completed Registration Form (to expedite process) http://tinyurl.com/83y285h

    *Birth Certificate

    *Social Security Card

    *Up-to-date Immunization Records

    *Proof of Residency (Bill with physical address, cannot be driver’s license)

    *Legal Court Documents of Guardianship if Applicable

    *10-12th graders-- transcripts

    *9th graders--8th grade report card and LEAP scores and transcript should high school credit have been earned
     
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  • Football tryouts are Monday, June 2 at 7am. 
    This is for current students as well as incoming freshmen. 
     
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  •  
     Marshall Graves was awarded "North Oaks Student Athlete of the 2013-2014 Year".
    HHMS is very proud of Marshall!
     
     
    Marshall Graves

    Pictured from left to right:  Michael Baiamonte - HHMS Athletic Coordinator, Kerrin Sitman - North Oaks Atletic Trainer, Marshall Graves, Jeff Schmitt - North Oaks Sports Medicine Supervisor and Chad Troxclair - HHMS Principal

     
     
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  • If you are interested in Drivers Education, please pick up a packet in the main office

    or call Mr. Brent Perrilloux at 985-969-4986.
     
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  • The HHMS Tors are "Happy"!
    Click the link and enjoy!
     
     
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  • HHMS is Awarded

    $10,000 for the John Williams Scholarship Fund

    On behalf of the community, Mr. Donald Dykes presented Hammond High Magnet School principal, Chad Troxclair, and Coach John Williams with a $10,000 check for the John Williams Scholarship Fund at the recent HHMS Senior Awards Ceremony of 2014. This generous gift was to honor Coach Williams’ dedication and service to education. Special guests present, who have also been instrumental in their support of our students and athletes, were Mrs. Marie Williams and Pastor Jackson. 

     
    HHMS is very appreciative of this opportunity for our students’ future education. Thank you to the community, Mr. Dykes, Coach Williams, Mrs. Williams and Pastor Jackson for your support.

     

    John Williams Scholarship

    Picture from left to right: Pastor Jackson, Chad Troxclair, Mrs. Marie Williams, Coach John Williams and Donald Dykes.
     
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    Bayou Regional
    BAYOU REGIONALS

    The HHMS Torbotics Team won the Chairman's Award at the Bayou Regional Robotics Competition in New Orleans on April 5, 2014.  The Chairman's Award is the highest award that a team can win in the FIRST Robotics program. It honors the team that, in the judges’ estimation, best represents a model for other teams to emulate, and which embodies the goals and purpose of FIRST.  Mrs. Shelly Gaydos was also awarded the Woodie Flower's Award which is presented to the most outstanding mentor.  Torbotics team members wrote an essay nominating Mrs. Gaydos for this award.  Mrs. Gaydos also moved on to compete against the other Woodie Flower's Award recipients at the World Championships.  There are 2,737 robotics teams from 17 different countries who compete in this program.  Torbotics was one of 400 teams who qualified to attend the World Championships in St. Louis, Missouri.
     
    World Championship
     
    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
    St. Louis
     
     Robot Drivers
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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  •  ProStart

    The HHMS ProStart management team earned 1st place in the state restaurant management competition. Pictured are students Sarah Davis, Julia Lassalle, Jemario Rheams, Courtney Edwards, and Todreion Amos. For the competition, the team developed a business proposal and visual display for an original restaurant concept complete with a floorplan, interior design, menu with pricing, and marketing plan. The students pitched their plan to a panel of potential investors and responded to a variety of potential challenges faced by managers. The students will represent Louisiana May 3-5 in Minneapolis at the National ProStart Student Invitational!

     
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2013/2014 Testing Dates for HHMS

 October 21-25 Fall 2013 GEE and LAA2 Retest

 December 2-18 EOC Retest

 February 3- March 14 LAA1

 March 10-14 GEE Retest

 March 12, 2014 PLAN (10th grade) and EXPLORE (9th Grade)

 March 18, 2014 ACT Test

 April 7-11 LAA2

 April 25-May 26 EOC Test

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Graduation
 
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Raising the Bar
 
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Wall
 
 
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Torbotics

Torbotics 2080 Bayou Regional Competition
Ponchartrain Center, New Orleans
 
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 Mrs. Gaydos

HHMS 2014/2015 Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Shelly Gaydos
 
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Student of the Year  

Tangipahoa Parish School District
  "Student of the Year"
Louis Nix. 

 
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Mr. and Mrs. HHMS
 
Mr. and Miss. HHMS
2013/2014
Ashlyn Dykes and Chase Richardson
  
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