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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Ms. Scott's Biology class working hard dissecting pigs.
Env. Science

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


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. 






  • Jr. Ring Ceremony
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  • Happy Holidays Vacation Days
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  • Santa’s Science Workshop 2014

    When: Saturday, December 20th

    9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.

    Children ages 5-12

    Location: Hammond High Magnet School

    Cost: FREE

    Bring your kids out for a morning with the Hammond High Torbotics Team! Campers will participate in   

    Rockets to the Rescue!

     Rockets to the Rescue is an engaging activity that gives young scientists an opportunity to let their imagination take flight and explore how aerospace engineering addresses real world problems, such as delivering food and supplies in emergency situations.

    If you are interested, contact Shelly Gaydos at Shelly.Gaydos@tangischools.org or (985)-474-8622.

    Visit www.torbotics2080.org  to sign up for the camp.

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  • Attention Seniors:  A new list of scholarships is now available for the month of December! Please stop by the Counselors' Office, or visit the Counselors' announcement page for your copy.
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  • HHMS Girl's Volleyball Team members are being recognized for making the Division I 5A All District Volleyball Team. Congratulations to HHMS students!

    Team members being recognized for making the Division I 5A All District Volleyball Team.

    From left to right: Kristen Favalora (Honorable Mention All District), Amy Arceneaux (Honorable Mention All District) and Bianca Duplessis (2nd Team All District).


    Click on the following link for the 2014 Tornado Volleyball Team roster.  2014 TEAM ROSTER
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  • 2014 National Honor Society
    National Honor Society  
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  • Attention Seniors:

     Please remember to turn in your signed LOSFA consent form ASAP. It is imperative that you submit this form if you wish to be considered for any type of financial assistance (TOPS, Scholarships, grants, etc.). All forms should be turned in to Mrs. Evans. 

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  • Chick Fil A made a gracious donation to both Hammond High Magnet and Ponchatoula High Schools Friday night during the HHMS vs. PHS football game.
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  • ProStart 2014
    Hammond High Magnet's ProStart students were busy last week prepping, plating, and serving the Kiwanis at a formal, three course luncheon. 
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Today is Saturday, December 20, 2014

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Tangipahoa Parish Calendar
Raising the Bar

Torbotics 2080 Bayou Regional Competition
Ponchartrain Center, New Orleans

 Mrs. Chaney Teacher of the Year

HHMS Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Linda Chaney
Student of the Year  

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



Mr. and Mrs. HHMS
Mr. and Miss. HHMS
Ashlyn Dykes and Chase Richardson