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.
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  • TPSS Needs Assessment Survey


    Parent/Family Survey


    Student Survey


    School Administrator/Faculty Survey

    Our school is involved with the district Needs Assessment Survey, which is an important component for federal funding. Tangipahoa Parish School District and Hammond High Magnet School need feedback from all members of the school community. We collect feedback from staff members, parents, and students. It is important that each stakeholder has the opportunity to express his or her ideas about the needs and strengths of our school. Please take a moment to respond to the parent survey. The online survey is open from February 12 to March 9.

    All responses will be held in the strictest confidence and will be used only to help the school create a better learning environment for your child.
    Thank you for your continued support!
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  • University of Southern Mississippi JUMP Scholars Program

    University of Southern Mississippi JUMP Scholars Program Seniors planning to attend The University of Southern Mississippi may be interested in applying for JUMP Scholars Program, a special summer program that gives students a headstart on their college careers. This unique program is ideal for students who've worked hard in high school and are motivated, self-disciplined, and determined to do well in college. JUMP Scholars will take 3 classes over 5 weeks at the end of the summer 2020 semester. These courses are popular first-year college classes that are required for most degrees. The courses are taught by outstanding faculty within an academic and social experience that will help JUMP Scholars transition smoothly from high school to college. Please visit https://www.usm.edu/new-student-re…/jump-course-clusters.php for additional information.

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  • AKA Scholarship Opportunity

    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Tau Iota Omega Chapter (based in Slidell, LA) is excited to extend this $1,000 scholarship opportunity to your seniors. Attached, please find the application. The deadlines are as follows: March 13, 2020 for all postmarked entries and 11:59 PM on March 13 for electronic essay submission. Students interested in applying may locate an application by visiting the HHMS Counselor's Scholarship Resources page.

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  • Brooke Weathersby Recipient of the African American Honorary Service Award

    Congratulations Brooke Weathersby! Senior Brooke Weathersby was named the 2020 recipient of the African American Honorary Service Award by the Tangipahoa Parish library. Students are chosen by the Award Selection Committee from nominations received from teachers, principals and community leaders of Tangipahoa Parish.

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  • FAFSA Completion Day

    FAFSA Completion Day Tuesday, March 24 -- by appointment only Parents of ALL graduating seniors are strongly encouraged to attend a FAFSA Completion Day in order to receive assistance with their Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Please contact your child's counselor or visit https://www.tangischools.org/page/34451 to book your appointment.

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  • Mr. Reggie Jackson Named Band Director

    Hammond High Magnet School is excited to welcome Mr. Reggie Jackson as our new band director. Please join us in welcoming him the Tor family! Mr. Jackson has an extensive background in music education and performance. He has been teaching for 13 years and has been responsible for building two consecutive, award-winning band programs from the ground up. Mr. Jackson's goals are to convince community and school officials of the importance of feeder programs at area elementaries, increase music program numbers, and improve school spirit by providing worthwhile experiences and quality performances both at home and abroad!

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  • Jump Start Construction Connect Scholars Program

    he Louisiana Construction Education Foundation (LCEF) Jump Start Construction Connect Scholars Program is now accepting applications for a $1,000 scholarship. The scholarship is geared toward students who have earned the Jump Start Diploma, earned a National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) credential, and are or will be enrolled in an LCTCS campus on a construction pathway or in an Associated Builders and Contractors training program. This is the state’s first and only scholarship dedicated exclusively to Jump Start graduates. This effort is a collaboration of the Louisiana Construction Education Foundation, Louisiana Community and Technical College System, and the Department. Please contact jumpstart@la.gov with questions.

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