The mission of HJHMS is to ensure every student develops and succeeds as a life-long learner of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. Above all, we are distinguished by our commitment to excellence.
On Tuesday May 12th, Mrs. Bryanne Mader's Social Justice class had the privilege of meeting and listening to a Holocaust survivor. Anne Levy (standing in center) shared her experience as a child living in Nazi occupied Poland. Anne was accompanied by Plater Robinson (standing on end), education director at the Tulane University's Southern Institute of Education and Research. After Anne Levy shared her story, the students were able to walk Ms. Levy and Plater Robinson through the school to show their projects and exhibits that have been completed throughout the year.