• mr. scott lyons Mr. Scott Lyons

    Mr. Lyons received his BA in English from Florida State University and his MEd in English Education and Master in School Administration from North Carolina State University.

    Mr. Lyons served as an English teacher at Githens Middle School in Durham and Enloe Magnet High School in Raleigh.  He has also served as an assistant principal at Enloe and as principal at Ligon Middle School, Leesville Road High School and Enloe High School.

  • Summer School Information For Those Who Signed Up

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 6/17/2021 3:25:00 PM
    Good Afternoon Husky families,
     
    We look forward to seeing your child next week for Camp Wake/Summer School. Here are some final details to ensure we start the week off on a good note. Please sign up for our REMIND messages: Text cwss2021 to 81010 (We will no longer have access to Talking Points beginning in July). 
     
    Hours of Operation: 7:00am-2:30pm
    Items to Bring:  Students need to wear a mask and bring their laptops (if they have one)
    Breakfast and lunch will be provided for free.  Students may bring their own lunch. 
    Bus Information:  Can be found in powerschool, please be aware of your pickup/dropoff times. 
    Student Drivers:  Must park in spaces 601-619
     
     
     
    Warm regards,
    Scott Lyons
    Principal
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  • Last Weekly Message 2020-2021

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 6/14/2021 2:50:00 PM

    Hello, Huskies,

     

    I hope that everyone has an amazing summer.  Class of 2021, we will miss you.  For all continuing students at Heritage High School, we will send periodic information throughout the summer as it becomes available and will start back with weekly messages when school starts back up in August.

     

    Congratulations to the Class of 2021 and to all students and families for finishing the 2020-2021 school year strong.  This year presented many challenges and opportunities to grow.  We are looking forward to next school year and new opportunities.

     

    All grades can be accessed on PowerSchool.  Parents may request a paper copy of their child’s report card by emailing hhs-grades@wcpss.net.  Students who failed any course(s) and/or are retained will receive a paper copy of their report card in the mail with information about recovering credits.

     

    Make plans now to come out to Heritage Theater's brand-new series..."THEATER UNDER THE STARS" June 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th! We will be showing our recent 10 Year Anniversary Celebration outdoors in the football stadium on a GIANT 40' screen! Come usher in the summer outdoors under the stars and enjoy amazing talent and wonderful memories on the big screen! The show is titled "THE HERITAGE OF HERITAGE THEATER...10 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE" and features songs from every musical performed over the past 10 years along with alumni stories and even an alumni performance. You will be glad you came! Tickets are $10 and more information can be found at www.heritagehstheater.com  

     

    Did you order a yearbook?  Mark your calendars for Wednesday, July 14.  Freshmen through juniors who ordered a yearbook can pick it up from 1-4 pm at the front doors of the building.  Recent graduates (Class of 2021) will have a Graduate Breakfast with Yearbook Distribution 10am-12pm at the HHS Stadium. 

     

    Junior Specific Information

     

    Rising Seniors: mark your calendars for Senior Orientation the morning of Wednesday, August 11.  More information to come soon and will be posted on the main HHS homepage.

     

    Rising seniors should schedule their senior pictures now.  Sessions are available Monday - Friday from June 14 - July 30.  Schedule the session by going to prestigeportraits.com/raleigh

     

    North Carolina law now requires all rising 12th graders receive a meningococcal vaccine booster before starting 12th grade. This includes those students enrolled in the Virtual Academy. The vaccination must be done before the 2021-2022 school year begins. Parents will need to provide a copy of their child’s immunization record showing proof that the meningococcal vaccine has been completed prior to the first day of school.  This is a 2-dose immunization and the 1st does was required in the 7th grade in Wake County Public Schools.  This requirement is for everyone in the Class of 2021 and after.  Please send your immunization updates to Ms. Jenks at pjenks@wcpss.net or via fax at 919-670-4212, Attn: Ms. Jenks.  More information can be found on the Wake Gov website:

    http://www.wakegov.com/humanservices/publichealth/information/diseases/pages/immunizations.aspx

     

    The UNC System has recently announced they are extending their test optional policy for the next college admissions cycle.  For more information, go to https://www.northcarolina.edu/standard-test-requirement-waiver/ or consult with your student’s counselor.

     

    Graduating Class of 2021

     

    Final transcripts will be sent to colleges prior to the end of June.  Seniors indicated the college/university on their graduate intention survey.  If they utilized CFNC.org to send their transcript when they applied, CFNC will automatically send a final transcript to the NC college/university on June 24. 

     

    Mark your calendars for Wednesday, July 14 from 10am-12pm for the Class of 2021 Summer Graduate Breakfast at the HHS Stadium.  Enjoy free Chick-Fil-A minis, sign yearbooks, games, and more!

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • HHS Graduation Plan

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 6/10/2021 5:30:00 PM

    Based on the weather forecast for tomorrow morning and the field conditions due to the rain today and tonight, we will move to our graduation rain plan.  We will have two graduations in our gymnasium tomorrow, June 11 at 8:00 am and 11:00 am.  The 8:00 am graduation is for students with the last names beginning A - Lingo and the 11:00 am graduation is for students with the last names beginning Lipkins-Z.    Because this event will be inside, WCPSS requires all attending to wear a mask. 

     

    The following items are prohibited: umbrellas, balloons, camera bags, book bags/back packs, glass vases/containers of flowers, food, noise makers, or wrapped packages of any kind.

     

     

    8am –  Formal Graduation for Seniors with Last Names A-Lingo in the HHS Gymnasium

    • Seniors should arrive at 7am and report to the auxiliary gym and meet their advisory teacher.
    • Guests with tickets may enter the HHS Gymnasium beginning at 7am
    • Parking for this event is in the back student parking lot. Handicap parking is available in the staff (top) parking lot and in the back student lot.

     

    11am – Formal Graduation for Seniors with Last Names Lipkins-Z in the HHS Gymnasium

    • Seniors should arrive at 10am and report to the auxiliary gym and meet their advisory teacher
    • Guests with tickets may enter the HHS Gymnasium beginning at 10am
    • Parking for this event is in the back student parking lot. Handicap parking is available in the staff (top) parking lot and in the back student lot.

     

    1pmDrive Thru Graduation for Seniors that previously indicated this preference

    • Seniors should arrive to the back student parking lot no earlier than 12:45pm in one vehicle.

     

     

    A video recording of each ceremony will be posted to the main HHS website 3 hours after each ceremony.

    • 8am graduation video will be posted by 11am
    • 11am graduation video will be posted by 2pm
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  • HHS Graduation Change

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 6/10/2021 3:50:00 PM

    Good Afternoon, Huskies,

     

    Based on the weather forecast for tomorrow morning and the field conditions due to the rain today and tonight, we will move to our graduation rain plan.  We will have two graduations in our gymnasium tomorrow, June 11 at 8:00 am and 11:00 am.  The 8:00 am graduation is for students with the last names beginning A - Lingo and the 11:00 am graduation is for students with the last names beginning Lipkins-Z.    Becuase this will be inside, WCPSS requires all to wear a mask.  Please understand that we are doing this out of an abundance of caution.  We wanted to get this information to you as soon as the decision was made, and you will get a more detailed message later today.

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons, Principal

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  • Graduation Rehearsal Information for Graduating Seniors and Families

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 6/9/2021 5:45:00 PM

    Hello Graduating Seniors And Families,

     

    This message is only for families who chose the in-person graduation in our stadium.  Families who chose the drive through graduation do not need to attend, as there is no rehearsal for the drive thorough celebration.

     

    Just a reminder, graduation rehearsal is tomorrow morning, Thursday, June 10 at 8:00 am at the Heritage High School football stadium.  Graduation rehearsal is required for all students participating in the formal graduation ceremony on June 11 and will conclude by 10:00am. Seniors will practice for the event and receive their graduation tickets.  Seniors must provide a list of their guests at rehearsal to receive their tickets.  Per current district guidelines, we must maintain a guest list for any potential contact tracing.  Therefore, please remember to share with your senior the list of guests planning to attend.  The senior should write their guest list on a small note card, piece of paper, or save the list in their cell phone, so they are prepared at rehearsal.  Leave your cap and gown at home tomorrow.  Typical school appropriate dress is acceptable for rehearsal.  Because this event is outside, masks are optional.  Because of the morning dew and June humidity, the grass may be wet.  Seniors should not wear their favorite pair of shoes to rehearsal, as they may get quite dirty. 

     

    Graduation Information Website - http://hhsseniors.weebly.com/graduation.html

     

    Student Specific Graduation questions can be directed to the senior’s counselor.

    Last Names A-Ge – Mr. Walston – jwalston3@wcpss.net, 919-570-5600 ext. 20698

    Last Names Gf-N – Ms. Lyons – blyons@wcpss.net, 919-570-5600 ext. 20696

    Last Names O-Z – Ms. Santos – cmsantos@wcpss.net, 919-570-5600 ext. 20647

     

    Look for an additional message tomorrow regarding important graduation day reminders.

     

    We are so excited to celebrate the Class of 2021!  Go Huskies!

     

    Warm regards,

    Lauren Weaver, Dean of Students

    Scott Lyons, Principal

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 6/4/2021 11:55:00 AM

    Hello, Huskies,

     

    Any student who has a WCPSS-issued hotspot must return it to their school by the end of the school year. Students who have a WCPSS-issued Chromebook will keep their Chromebook through the transition to the 2021-22 school year. Students who are graduating or leaving WCPSS are required to return all devices to Heritage High by June 10th.  All students must return textbooks, calculators, library books, and any other materials distributed by teachers by June 10th.  Material Return Schedule:  Virtual Students: June 7 - 10 anytime between 7am and 3pm.  Face to Face students: June 7-10 after exams are dismissed.

     

    Final exams continue this week and information can be found on the website at this linkStudents only have to attend school on the days that they have a state exam.  Buses will depart the school after exams each day to bring bus riders home.  This will be approximately 11:00 am daily.  Drivers, carpoolers and walkers will need a permission slip to leave after exams.  The permission slip can be found at this link.  Bus riders do not need a permission slip.

     

    Over 250 students will be taking AP Exams June 7-10.  This year, AP Exams are digital, taken at home.  Students can’t wait until test day to prepare to access the exam. View the action item information in the Advanced Placement section of the “general academics” page, under the Academics Tab of our website.  AP students should review this information and take action now.  The link is https://hhsacademics.weebly.com/advanced-placement.html

     

    Did you order a yearbook?  Mark your calendars for Wednesday, July 14.  From 1:00 – 4:00 pm freshmen, sophomores and juniors that ordered a yearbook can pick it up at the front doors of the building.  Graduating Seniors (Class of 2021) will have a Senior Breakfast with Yearbook Distribution from 10:00 am - noon on July 14 at the HHS Stadium.

     

    Football Interest Meeting - We will host a parent/player information meeting for all those interested in planning football in the fall on Monday, June 7 at 6:30 pm in the stadium.

     

    Junior Specific Information

     

    Rising seniors should schedule their Senior Pictures now.  Sessions are available Monday - Friday from June 14th - July 30th.  Schedule the session by going to prestigeportraits.com/raleigh

     

    North Carolina law now requires all rising 12th graders receive a meningococcal vaccine booster before starting 12th grade. This includes those students enrolled in the Virtual Academy. The vaccination must be done before the 2021-2022 school year begins. Parents will need to provide a copy of their child’s immunization record showing proof that the meningococcal vaccine has been completed prior to the first day of school.  This is a 2-dose immunization and the first dose was required in the 7th grade in Wake County schools.  This requirement is for everyone in the Class of 2021 and after.  Please send your immunization updates to Ms. Jenks at pjenks@wcpss.net or via fax at 919-670-4212, Attn: Ms. Jenks.  More information can be found on the WakeGov website:

    http://www.wakegov.com/humanservices/publichealth/information/diseases/pages/immunizations.aspx

     

    The UNC System has recently announced they are extending their test optional policy for the next college admissions cycle.  For more information, go to https://www.northcarolina.edu/standard-test-requirement-waiver/ or consult with your student’s counselor.

     

    Senior Specific Information

     

    All textbooks and media books checked out to seniors must be turned in ASAP to avoid incurring fees and not being cleared for graduation.  These items were due Wednesday, May 19.

     

    If Seniors were unable to pick up their Class of 2021 yard sign and/or Honor Graduate stole, they can pick up in Student Services from 7:00 am - 3:00 pm.  To pick up Honor Society cords, seniors should consult with their Honor Society advisor(s) for pick up instructions.

     

    Senior Families should access updated information regarding graduation on June 11th on the Graduation page of the Senior Website. The link is http://hhsseniors.weebly.com/graduation.html.  Monday, June 7th, is the last day families can request extra tickets by calling or emailing Ms. Faison at lafaison@wcpss.net or 919-570-5600 ext. 20712.

     

    Mark your calendars for Wednesday, July 14 from 10:00 am - noon for the Class of 2021 Summer Senior Breakfast at the HHS Stadium.  Enjoy free Chick-Fil-A minis, sign yearbooks, play games, and more!

     

    Seniors with scholarship offers are asked to report them, whether they accept them or not, so that we may have an accurate accounting for the Class of 2021.  Instructions and submissions found here - https://tinyurl.com/HHSScholarship21 .

     

    All males 18-25 years old are required to register with the United States Selective Service.  Learn more and register at https://www.sss.gov/

     

    Non-School Sponsored Opportunities:

     

    This is not an official event and is not sponsored by the school.  However, we want to make all seniors and families about this opportunity.  We invite all seniors to attend a baccalaureate service on Sunday, June 6 at 2:00 pm.  The service will be held at North Wake Church, 1212 S. Main St., Wake Forest, NC 27587.  Students, families and their guests are welcome to attend.  Please complete this survey below if you are interested in participating.  We hope to see you there!

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd505GEk_phusowr4y_Uuc-wr6aQBLXc7bhLM6h0RgzfpNWiw/viewform?gxids=7628

     

    This is not an official school filed trip and is not governed by WCPSS or Heritage High School.  However, we want to make you aware of this opportunity to visit Japan and China in 2022.  If you are interested and want more information, please contact Wenjing Liu at wliu2@wcpss.net.

     

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 5/28/2021 12:20:00 PM

    Hello, Huskies,

     

    It’s time to celebrate the accomplishments of our students!  The 2020-2021 Awards Ceremony video link will be posted to the main Heritage High School homepage Friday, May 28th at 2:00 pm.  Click the link to view any time after 2:00 pm as this is a video and not a live event.  Students that need to pick up paper certificates, medals, and other tangible awards will be notified via their WCPSS student email.  Students/parents may pick up the awards starting on Wednesday, June 2 through Wednesday, June 9, 11:00 am-3:00 pm in the front office.

     

    Any student who has a WCPSS-issued hotspot must return it to their school by the end of the school year. Students who have a WCPSS-issued Chromebook will keep their Chromebook through the transition to the 2021-22 school year. Students who are graduating or leaving WCPSS are required to return all devices to Heritage High by June 10th.  All students must return textbooks, calculators, library books, and any other materials distributed by teachers by June 10th.  Material Return Schedule:  Virtual Students: May 26th-June 10th anytime between 7am and 3pm.  Face to Face students: May 27th and 28th during all classes and June 1-10 after exams are dismissed.

     

    The last day of in-person classes was today and exams will take place from June 1 – 10.  The exam schedule and information can be found on the website at this linkStudents only have to attend school on the days that they have a state exam.  Buses will depart the school after exams each day to bring bus riders home.  This will be approximately 11:00 am daily.  Drivers, carpoolers and walkers will need a permission slip to leave after exams.  The permission slip can be found at this link.  Bus riders do not need a permission slip.

     

    Summer School applicants should be on the lookout for a phone call to confirm their admission to the program next week. If you have any questions regarding summer school, please contact Beth Daniels at medaniels@wcpss.net.

     

    AP Exams are well underway.  Seven hundred students are taking digital AP exams through June 10 at home.  Students can’t wait until test day to prepare to access the exam. View the action item information in the Advanced Placement section of the “general academics” page, under the Academics Tab of our website.  AP students should review this information and take action now.  The link is https://hhsacademics.weebly.com/advanced-placement.html

     

    Today is the last day students in grades 9th through 11th grade can verify their course requests for next year.  Students should log into PowerSchool and click on “Class Registration.”  If all requests are correct, no action is needed.  If changes need to be made, complete this link- https://tinyurl.com/huskycourses. Course verifications are due today.

     

    Junior Specific Information

     

    Rising seniors should schedule their Senior Pictures now.  Sessions are available Monday - Friday from June 14th - July 30th.  Schedule the session by going to prestigeportraits.com/raleigh

    Senior Specific Information

     

    All textbooks and media books checked out to seniors must be turned in ASAP to avoid incurring fees and not being cleared for graduation.  These items were due Wednesday, May 19.

     

    Senior students should have completed the WCPSS Graduate Intention Survey on Friday during advisory.  They must be logged into their WCPSS account to access the survey.  Completing this survey is one of the components to be cleared for graduation.  Seniors can access the survey link through Remind, their advisory teacher, or their counselor.

     

    If Seniors were unable to pick up their Class of 2021 yard sign and/or Honor Graduate stole, they can pick up in Student Services, 7:00 am-3:00 pm.  To pick up Honor Society cords, seniors should consult with their Honor Society advisor(s) for pick up instructions.

     

    Senior Families should access updated information regarding graduation on June 11th on the Graduation page of the Senior Website. The link is: http://hhsseniors.weebly.com/graduation.html.  Families can request extra tickets by calling or emailing Ms. Faison at lafaison@wcpss.net or 919-570-5600 ext. 20712.

     

    Seniors with scholarship offers are asked to report them, whether they accept them or not, so that we may have an accurate accounting for the Class of 2021.  Instructions and submissions found here - https://tinyurl.com/HHSScholarship21.

     

    Non-School Sponsored Opportunities:

     

    This is not an official event and is not sponsored by the school.  However, we want to make all seniors and families about this opportunity.  We invite all seniors to attend a baccalaureate service on Sunday, June 6 at 2:00 pm.  The service will be held at North Wake Church, 1212 S. Main St., Wake Forest NC 27587.  Students, families and their guests are welcome to attend.  Please complete this survey below if you are interested in participating.  We hope to see you there!

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd505GEk_phusowr4y_Uuc-wr6aQBLXc7bhLM6h0RgzfpNWiw/viewform?gxids=7628

     

    This is not an official school filed trip and is not governed by WCPSS or Heritage High School.  However, we want to make you aware of this opportunity to visit Japan.  In order to learn more about the 2022 Japan trip, please sign up for an informational meeting at this link: https://rsvp.eftours.com/3j75na2

     

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 5/21/2021 12:10:00 PM

    Hello, Huskies,

     

    The election for 2021-2022 Student Government Representation began today during advisory.    Students may vote one time.  If they are not at school today, they have an opportunity to vote through Monday at 3:00 pm.   Students may access the election through their student emails.

     

    Any student who has a WCPSS-issued hotspot must return it to their school by the end of the school year. Students who have a WCPSS-issued Chromebook will keep their Chromebook through the transition to the 2021-22 school year. Students who are graduating or leaving WCPSS are required to return all devices to Heritage High by June 10th.  All students must return textbooks, calculators, library books, and any other materials distributed by teachers by June 10th.  Material Return Schedule:  Virtual Students: May 26th-June 10th anytime between 7am and 3pm.  Face to Face students: May 27th and 28th during all classes and June 1-10 after exams are dismissed.

     

    The last day of in-person classes will be May 28 and exams will take place from June 1 – 10.  The exam schedule and information can be found on the website at this link.

     

    The final make-up work deadline for the semester is Friday, May 28th.  It is critical that students and parents review academic progress in PowerSchool and communicate with teachers regarding missing assignments.

     

    AP Exams are well underway.  Seven hundred students are taking digital AP exams through June 10 at home.  Students can’t wait until test day to prepare to access the exam. View the action item information in the Advanced Placement section of the “general academics” page, under the Academics Tab of our website.  AP students should review this information and take action now.  The link is https://hhsacademics.weebly.com/advanced-placement.html

     

    Students in grades 9 - 11 should verify their course requests for next year.  Students should log into PowerSchool and click on “Class Registration.”  If all requests are correct, no action is needed.  If changes need to be made, complete this link- https://tinyurl.com/huskycourses. Course verifications are due May 28.

     

    Junior Specific Information

     

    Rising seniors can schedule their Senior Pictures now.  Sessions are available Monday - Friday from June 14th - July 30th.  Schedule the session by going to prestigeportraits.com/raleigh

    The College Board Opportunity Scholarships program guides students through the college planning process and offers chances to earn $500 for each action they complete. When students complete all six steps, they'll earn a chance at a $40,000 scholarship. Students must sign up and complete the first step (Build Your College List) by the end of June in order to remain eligible for their chance at the $40,000 scholarship.  More info found here: opportunity.collegeboard.org

     

    Senior Specific Information

     

    WCPSS has reviewed Governor Cooper’s new lifted COVID restrictions, and we will be able to make some changes to our graduation ceremony.  A detailed email with new information about the Heritage High School graduation will be shared with all families of graduates on Monday.  The graduation will still take place at Heritage High School the morning of Friday, June 11.

     

    All textbooks and media books checked out to seniors must be turned in ASAP to avoid incurring fees and not being cleared for graduation.  These items were due Wednesday, May 19.

     

    Senior students should have completed the WCPSS Graduate Intention Survey on Friday during advisory.  They must be logged into their WCPSS account to access the survey.  Completing this survey is one of the components to be cleared for graduation.  Seniors can access the survey link through Remind, their advisory teacher, or their counselor.

     

    If Seniors were unable to pick up their Class of 2021 yard sign on May 7th or May 20th, the student or parent can pick it up on Thursday, May 27th, after school until 4pm at the main office doors.

     

    Senior Families can access updated information regarding graduation on June 11th on the Graduation page of the Senior Website. The link is http://hhsseniors.weebly.com/graduation.html

     

    Seniors with scholarship offers are asked to report them, whether they accept them or not, so that we may have an accurate accounting for the Class of 2021.  Instructions and submissions found here - https://tinyurl.com/HHSScholarship21.

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 5/14/2021 10:50:00 AM

    Hello, Huskies,

     

    Due to the asynchronous day on May 14 Student Government will hold elections for 2021-2022 officers next Friday, May 21 during Advisory and run the election through Monday, May 24 at 3:00 pm.

     

    The last day of in-person classes will be May 28 and exams will take place from June 1 – 10.  The exam schedule and information can be found on the website at this link.

     

    If your student took an AP course this year, it is critical that they take action now to be able to test on exam day.  Seven hundred students will be taking AP exams at home starting May 18 and continuing through June 10.  Students can’t wait until test day. View the action item information in the Advanced Placement section of the “general academics” page, under the Academics Tab of our website.  AP students should review this information and take action now.  The link is https://hhsacademics.weebly.com/advanced-placement.html

     

    Students in 9th through 11th grade should verify their course requests for next year.  Students should log into PowerSchool and click on “Class Registration.”  If all requests are correct, no action is needed.  If changes need to be made, complete this link- https://tinyurl.com/huskycourses. Course verifications are due May 28.

     

    Junior Specific Information:

     

    Class of 2022! Did you miss the virtual Rising Senior Night last night? You can access a recording of the event and the PowerPoint by going to the Junior page. Hear from two current HHS seniors about how they successfully navigated their 12th grade year including college planning and applying, applying for scholarships, scheduling, extracurricular activities and more! The Junior page direct link is http://hhsjuniors.weebly.com/

     

    Rising seniors can schedule their senior pictures now.  Sessions are available Monday - Friday from June 14 - July 30.  Schedule the session by going to prestigeportraits.com/raleigh

    The CollegeBoard Opportunity Scholarships Program guides students through the college planning process and offers chances to earn $500 for each action they complete. When students complete all six steps, they'll earn a chance at a $40,000 scholarship. Students must sign up and complete the first step (Build Your College List) by the end of June in order to remain eligible for their chance at the $40,000 scholarship.  More info found here: opportunity.collegeboard.org

     

    Senior Specific Information:

     

    Senior Movie Night scheduled for Saturday, May 15 has been cancelled due to lack of interest.  Any tickets previously sold on GoFan will be refunded.  

     

    All textbooks and media books checked out to seniors must be turned in by Wednesday, May 19.

     

    If Seniors were unable to pick up their Class of 2021 yard sign on May 7, the student or parent can pick it up on Thursday, May 20, after school until 4:00 pm at the main office doors.

     

    Senior Families can access updated important information regarding graduation on the graduation page of the Senior Website. The link is http://hhsseniors.weebly.com/graduation.html

     

    Seniors with scholarship offers are asked to report them, whether they accept them or not, so that we may have an accurate accounting for the Class of 2021.  Instructions and submissions found here:  https://tinyurl.com/HHSScholarship21 .

     

    Message from PTSA:

    Please join the PTSA Zoom meeting Tuesday May 18 at 6:30 PM for the General Membership meeting. We will be holding the election for officers for the 2021-2022 school at the following Zoom link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86715938895?pwd=QXlmeUEzZi9kVVJYUWZONGdncHkxQT09

     

    The slate of officers is as follows:

    President - Amanda McCabe 

    Secretary - Katie Brown

    Treasurer - Heidi Stuart

    VP Ways & Means - Kim Glenn

    VP Hospitality - Gina Samia

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Friday, May 14 - Asynchronous Day

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 5/13/2021 6:15:00 PM

    Hello, Huskies,

     

    Due to lingering gas shortages, WCPSS has made tomorrow, Friday, May 14, a remote learning day.  This will be an asynchronous day for students at Heritage High School to give students time to work on any late work as well as new work the teacher assigns.  The late work deadline is tomorrow, May 14.  So, please encourage your child to take advantage of this time at home to get in any late work tomorrow.

     

    I hope everyone stays safe and has a great weekend.

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

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