School Attendance is important!
Hobart High School's attendance policy allows for up to six excused absences in a given class during a semester or up to eight absences with doctor notes. Students who have more than the allotted amount of absences are in jeopardy of going to an attendance appeal and potentially losing the credits for the classes in which the attendance is affected. Please see the student handbook for further clarification.
The Opioid Crisis in Northwest Indiana
Freshman class ships supplies to texas
"We received all of the boxes that your class sent, and I want you to know that it has helped so many of our students in need. I have even sent extra hygiene products to the nurse so that she can help more students in need that I don’t get to see. We are humbled by the outpouring of generosity that everyone has bestowed upon us. " -Rebekah Banks
Students get hands-on experience at the Lake county fair grounds
Winter Clothing Drive
Did you catch the PLTW balloon launch?
Holly Shaginaw and Christian Howerton
Mr. Adam Young, far left, celebrated his birthday with his interns who decided to dress like his clones!
The German 1 class enjoyed Austrian cuisine at Moser's Cafe
Key Club. 71 members strong and ready to serve the community!
French Club members met up at Cafe Fondue for a four course dinner.
encourage your child to use khan academy to boost test scores and work on skills for current classes
wondering about honor society?
Candidates for membership shall be selected when grade point averages are available at the end of the first semester of their sophomore year. Candidates who did not fulfill the requirements during their Sophomore year, yet fulfill them during their Junior or Senior year, are also eligible for membership.
Requirements for membership shall be a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.8 or above, a high degree of service to the school and community, a demonstration of leadership skills, and an acceptable character. The service, leadership, and character requirements shall be judged by a faculty council (approved by the Principal), on the basis of a written application submitted by the candidates, corresponding letters of recommendation and results of a teacher survey.
French Club members were greeting the visiting teachers from Korea.
German I students work on an activity in class
Key Club members bring Thanksgiving dinners to community members.
Brickettes participate in dance showcase
December 4: ISTEP testing begins
December 7: FAFSA event at HHS
December 21: No School for High School Students/End of 2nd Quarter
December 21-January 7: No School (Winter Break)
January 8: School Resumes