HOLLY SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL
5329 CASS HOLT ROAD
HOLLY SPRINGS, NC 27540
The mission of the HOLLY SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL community is to establish a model of excellence that ensures life-long learning of 21st century skills for all students in order to become productive and responsible citizens.
Senior Graduation Handbook: Click here to download.
Spring Semester Exam Schedule: Click here to download.
A new program that we are implementing to further support our efforts in preparing students for success as 21st Century Learners. Your HSHS faculty and staff work diligently to provide a positive, dynamic, and student-focused learning environment. Our school's Positive Behavior Intervention Support Team (PBIS) recognizes and rewards students that model strength of character, hard work, and responsible citizenship. We would now like to extend this recognition and begin sharing good news and success stories about the adults that work with your children each day.
The HSHS PTSA is looking for volunteers for next year's Board, and we need you! Please consider joining this dynamic group of volunteers, and help to make HSHS the best high school ever! We are in need of the following: President, VP of Communications, VP of Fundraising, VP Programs and Treasurer, as well as many Chair positions. If you are ready to be part of this group, please contact Mary Wooten, Nominating Chair, at
The WCPSS 10th Grade Student Survey process is now underway for 2013. The goal of this annual survey is to collect data on students' perceptions of the school environment so that schools can use the information for evaluative and planning purposes. The surveys also allow WCPSS to examine these perceptions across the district as a whole.
10th grade students currently enrolled in English II will take the survey during class on 4/16/13 or 4/17/13. All other 10th graders not currently enrolled in English II should access the survey between now and May 10th. This survey link will be accessible until Friday, May 10th. The 20 question survey should take each student about 5-10 minutes to complete. Students can access the link from home or visit the media center before school, during lunch, or afterschool to complete the survey.
10th Grade Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WCPSS10thGraders
Students who would like to be considered for money from the federal government should complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) electronically. This form should be completed on or after January 1st. The following documents are needed to complete the FAFSA: 2012 federal tax returns for student and parent, FAFSA PINS (four digit ID numbers) for student and one parent (visit pin.ed.gov) and the 2013-2014 FAFSA on the Web Worksheet (visit fafsa.gov).
State Employees’ Credit Union “People Helping People” Scholarship
The SECU Foundation offers one student from each high school in North Carolina one scholarship valued at $10,000 (payable at $1,250 per fall/spring semester) to attend one of the sixteen constituent campuses of the UNC System. Click here for more information!
Attention Students: Campbell University will have Preview Day on April 6, 2013. This event will include the following: CU Showcase, overview, campus tour, academics and lunch. Interested students must register atwww.campbell.edu/visit.
College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) will host FAFSA Day on Saturday, February 23, 2013! This is an opportunity to get free help from professionals to complete and submit the FAFSA. FAFSA Day will be held at one of the following locations: the Holly Springs State Employee's Credit Union (members only), Meredith College, St. Augustine's University, and Wake Technical Community College. Interested seniors and parents must visit cfnc.org/FAFSAday to register for this event.
The Financial Aid program is designed to be a one-on-one program for students and their parents who need financial help to attend college. HSHS's Financial Aid Advisor is Mrs. Tori Sharpe who is familiar with the financial aid system and the difficulties of filling out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
High Point University – March 8th
UNC- Charlotte- March 14th
Greensboro College – March 20th
Appalachian State University – March 21st
The annual physical night for HSHS will be on May 21 at the Holly Springs office of Carolina Family Practice and Sports Medicine. Fall athletes should come at 6, Winter athletes at 6:30, and Spring athletes at 7:00. The cost is $10 cash or check and gets donated back to the HSHS Sports Medicine program. All athletes need to being their completed WCPSS physical form with them. If you are unable to attend, additional night are on May 14 at the Raleigh location and May 29 at the Cary location cost and times are the same. Thank you for your support of the HSHS Sports Medicine program! Click here to view flyer!
Hot off the Press!! The HSHS Spring Sports Programs are available now!!! They are $5.00! They feature all of the spring sports teams, rosters, schedules, coach info & much more!! Please contact The Golden Hawks Club or the team mom/parent who is selling for your team!! Please support our spring sports teams by purchasing a Spring Sports Program & attending spring sports events throughout the season!!
WEEK 1---JUNE11,12,13,14,17: FULL
WEEK2---JUNE 18,19,20,24,25: FULL
WEEK 3---JULY 8,9,10,11,12
WEEK 4---JULY 15,16,17,18,22
WEEK 5 ---JULY 23,24,25,29,30
WEEK 6---JULY 31, AUGUST 1,2,5,6
SCHEDULING WILL NOT BEGIN UNTIL THE MIDDLE OF MAY.
Student Services would like to announce The Tutoring Lab is now open Monday-Friday during A Lunch in room 3740. National Honor Society members assist students who may need extra academic support so please take advantage of this opportunity!
RU Buckled 2012-2013: Download .pdf here.
Instructions for Obtaining a Parking Pass and Lunch Permit: Download .pdf here.
2012-2013 Student Parking Application: Download .pdf here.
2012-2013 OFF CAMPUS Lunch Permit Application: Download .pdf here.