Congratulations to Savannah Whitney and McKenzie Hargis
Hahnville High School, home of the Tigers, was established in 1924 as an outgrowth of the original Hahnville Consolidated School. Led by Principal Ken Oertling, the school is home to more than 1,500 students and 100 employees. It serves students in grades 9-12 from the westbank of St. Charles Parish.
Throughout its history, Hahnville High School has been heralded as a progressive and innovative school. Quoted in the local newspaper at its 1924 opening, the first Hahnville High School was “…modern in every respect and fully equipped.” In 2001, Family PC Magazine named Hahnville High School as “one of the top 100 most wired schools in the nation” in its efforts to integrate state-of-the-art technology in the educational opportunities provided for students. With the support of a dynamic community which has placed education as a priority, we have been able to continually improve to reflect the ever-changing needs of the community by providing students with the best resources and educational experiences possible. With graduates spanning the globe, we will continue to equip students with the tools necessary to shape a community, state, country, and world.
Any senior or graduating junior that is NOT planning to attend any type of post-high school institution and would like information about jobs working with ships and barges as a deckhand on the river, please see Ms. Russo in E111B or Ms. Romero in A02, or check the Counselor page on the HHS website.
Congratulations to the Women Choir, Men's Choir, and Women's Varsity Choir for receiving Sweepstakes (which is an overall I Superior on stage and a I Superior in sight reading) at the Choral District Festival.