Virtual Student Visit Day at Mt. Hebron

Fri, 05/29/2020 - 12:07pm

Dear students and families,

On behalf of the staff at Mount Hebron High School, I send you a heartfelt welcome to the Viking family. We are eager to meet our new students for the 2020-21 school year!

Our school team continues working hard to prepare for next school year and we are currently planning a Virtual Student Visit Day on June 11, 2020 at 10 am. Please join us as we will introduce you to some of our staff members, discuss the many programs and activities available in our school, and share our school spirit with you. We will send out the Google Meet link a little closer to the Virtual Student Visit Day, but you can help us prepare for your visit by completing a short survey to let us know a little about you.

Please complete the information on the following google form by Friday, June 5, 2020.

https://forms.gle/5PRCb7dbvJzHdiAZA

If you are not able to make the Virtual Student Visit Day at the scheduled time, the information that is presented will be able to be accessed on our school’s website at https://mhhs.hcpss.org/news/2020/01/class-2024 

We’re incredibly excited to have you join us next school year and look forward to seeing you at our Virtual Student Visit Day on June 11, 2020 at 10 am. 

Sincerely, 

Joelle Miller, Principal 

Attention 8th graders...

Have you ever wanted to be a part of the Color Guard (Cavaliers) or the Dance Team (Lancers) at Mt. Hebron? 

Well…. Here’s your chance.  We are looking for dedicated students that want to be a part of something EXTRAordinary…  the MtH Marching Unit. 

PDF iconMtHMU - Dance Team Information (1).pdf   known as the Lancers is comprised of students from throughout Mt. Hebron High School. Students learn dance routines to accompany the MtH Marching Unit and perform at football games, parades, and other events. Students DO NOT have to be enrolled in a dance class to participate.

MT. HEBRON HS COLOR GUARDPDF iconMtHMU - Color Guard Information (1).pdf  known as the Cavaliers is comprised of students from throughout Mt. Hebron High School.  Students learn to spin flags / rifles and perform at football games, parades, and other events. Students DO NOT have to be enrolled in a music class to participate.

I, along with my dance colleague Mrs. DiPietro, are working steadily to create plans for our fall season.  In a “normal” year, we would invite you to Mt. Hebron for try-outs.  Since this is not a possibility at this time, we would like to share the attached information with all of you to gauge your interest in participating.  If/when we return to face to face instruction we will already have a list of interested students and can immediately begin preparations for the season.  Interested?  Check out the attached information and respond to the emails provided.  

We look forward to working with you. 

VIKING STRONG, 

Mr. Fischer and Mrs. DiPietro