Register for a Summer Orientation Tour
Session dates may be subject to change due to registration. There is no guarantee that schedules will be available for orientations.
If you are interested in learning about post-secondary education and training opportunities, do not miss the upcoming “(Re)Defining the Goal” presentation on Wednesday, February 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lancaster County Convention Center Marriot.
This free presentation is hosted by Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, IU13, and LNP. Click here to learn more.
If you were not able to attend Tuesday’s Course Selection Information session, please review the grade-specific information below. If you have additional questions, please call the High School Counseling Office at (717) 898-5500.
Incoming Freshman Presentation
This presentation explains general information about the HHS Freshman Academy, scheduling, important dates, and more.
For more information about the Freshman Academy, click here.
Many rising 9th graders are interested in taking courses over the summer. Find the cost, dates, and course options at http://www.hempfieldsd.org/Page/384
Summer School / Online Registration
Fundaments of Design begins Monday, June 12. Registration is available online or individuals may register in person at the Hempfield High School Franklin Office.
Don’t forget that tomorrow, February 7, is Course Selection Information Night for Parents/Guardians in the Performing Arts Center! Two grade-specific sessions are slated to provide parents with the opportunity to learn about 2017-18 curriculum and scheduling.
#dontbeafraid #askthequestion #areuok?
The purpose of this program is to encourage students to not be afraid to ask the question… Are you okay? Sometimes we do not realize when something is wrong, so everyone should ask themselves and their friends…are you okay? Join us on Thursday, December 15th to complete a short questionnaire that will answer this question! Forms will be sent home and need to be turned in by December 9th in order to participate. Anyone who completes the survey will get a FREE Aevidum bracelet!!
In order to prepare students for 9th grade course selection and continue our efforts to broaden students’ understanding of future career options, we are providing a tour of the Hempfield High School Engineering and Technology Department on Wed., December 7th 7:45-9:00am. Students will walk to the high school and engage in a formal tour to be given by the Department Supervisor, Lee Shofler. Students will miss all of period 1 and about 20 minutes of period 2, and accordingly, be required to make up missed work. To take advantage of this opportunity, students need to sign up in the school counseling office. Space is limited.
Our 8th grade College Visit Day is only two days away! We are super excited to provide this exploratory opportunity for an entire grade level. Please keep in mind that these trips were designed for 220 students, with varying interests, and are not tailored to individual needs. The spirit of the day is exploration.
Students will be outside throughout the day, and therefore, need to dress appropriately.
Students who are packing should remember their lunch.
Students are encouraged to wear school colors to demonstrate our Hempfield family pride.
Students going on the Industry Tour and Trade School tour, must wear closed shoes.
Bus 1: PA College of the Sciences, F&M, Mville
Bus 2: Mville, York HACC
Bus 3: Mville, Ware, PCAD
Bus 4: Mville, York HACC
Bus 5: Harley Davidson Factory Tour, YTI York, Lanc Co Public Safety Training Center, (Video of Stevens' College of Trade and Tech)
If you have questions, please call Lynette Huber @ 898-5631.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
On Friday, October 28 all eighth grade students will visit post-secondary schools. We are proud to provide this opportunity for our students, as it is the only time in grades K-12 that an entire grade level is given this experience. As a result of this trip, all students will have a frame of reference when counselors, teachers, and parents talk about education after high school. Further, our goal is to future orient students so that the present is more relevant. We believe that future focused students will take academics and behavior more seriously.
This is a full day excursion, and therefore, we need to plan for lunch. The most efficient way to get the lunch count is to collect your choice electronically. We ask that you commit to packing or buying on October 28. Click here to make your selection. If you are not able to complete the survey, your child will be given access and supported with the lunch choice survey over all lunch periods. Students may pack or buy. Please take the lunch choice survey by Friday, October 7. Payment is due Friday, October 14. You will receive a reminder closer to our trip date that will state your packing/buying commitment and more details about the trip.
Menu Option ($2.65*)
Thank you for your prompt attention to this planning step. Please contact Lynette Huber, 8th Grade Counselor, or June Lutz, School Counseling Secretary, at 898-5631 with your questions or concerns.
Landisville Middle School
*Free/Reduced Prices: Free and reduce meals will be honored for this trip. Reduce meals cost $0.40.
On Tuesday, October 4 LMS school counselors and teachers will be taking LMS students to explore the Brownstown Career and Technology Center. The Brownstown Campus of the Lancaster County Career & Technology Center is home to the following technical programs: Architectural CAD/Design, Cabinet Making & Wood Technology, Commercial Art, Computer Systems Technology, Digital Design/Print Media, Electrical Construction Technology, Heavy Equipment Operation & Basic Maintenance, HVAC/R, Photography & Digital Imaging, Plumbing, and Painting/Ceramic Tile & Vinyl.
We are happy to provide interested students with this opportunity. A roster of participating students has been developed. If your student is interested but not yet on the roster, please contact your School Counselor.