Being a member of the HHS Academies is an opportunity to not only learn content, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking skills but is also an opportunity to learn more about career field interests. This exploration is done through Career Based Learning opportunities and experiences.
Career Based Learning
- Attend the Career Fair (optional)
- Interviews and or job shadows (optional)
- Academy Field Experience (optional)
- Mentor Program
- Complete the Senior Capstone Project – All students must complete this experience to obtain Academy recognition on their transcript.
The following are not requirements of the HHS Academies, but are highly recommended things that students should do during their high school career to help them become a well rounded contributing member of the school and community. These groups and activities can help develop leadership, communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills.
- Participate in one student led group or be an Academy Ambassador for one year
- Examples include: HOSA, FFA, Student Council, SADD, NHS, Student to Student
- Do 10 hours of community service/volunteer at school or in the community