The HHS counselors provide a broad range of academic advising support including, assisting students who request a schedule change; helping students craft a long-term graduation plan; answering questions about which classes to register for; and creating a plan of action for students who are deficient on credits and/or in danger of not graduating. While students are ultimately responsible for ensuring that they register for and accumulate the credits needed to graduate, the counselors are available and happy to support students who need help.
A HHS graduate successfully completes 54 credits in Grades 9–12. Specific course requirements vary depending on graduation year.
|Lang Arts Electives||2|
|Soc Stud Electives||2|
|Mathematics (Geometry, Algebra 2 & Math Electives)||6|
|Chem or Physics||2|
|Financial Literacy 9||0.5|