at 110 E 16th St, Indianapolis, 46202 United States
Herron High School is a public charter school located in downtown Indianapolis, providing a classical liberal arts, college preparatory education. The school's curriculum is structured around an art history timeline and emphasizes the classic art and literature of many cultures. Through an integrated curriculum and classical methodology, Herron High School believes that all students can learn to think logically, express themselves creatively, appreciate aesthetics fully, and approach any subject intelligently.
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We're headed into a sheep week: BABA.
Tomorrow is a Jeans Day. Buy a $1 blue jeans pass from an Achaean 80 member at the doors in the morning.
Thank you to all the families who came to Meet the Teacher Night. It was fantastic to see so many enthusiastic and supportive parents.
Meet the Teachers is tonight 6-8pm. We will provide your student's schedule and will start following the A-day schedule at 6pm. See you there.
Congratulations to the girls volleyball team for adding another W this season.
School begins at 9am tomorrow. Yes, it's time. Get ready for a great year.
Thanks to everyone who voted! Herron High School is the Indianapolis winner of the @InstituteForQualityEducation’s first-ever #QualityMatters Back to School Celebration! Award recognized commitment to quality teaching & positive student learning outcomes. So proud of our students and teachers!
Thursday from 9am-4pm pick up your schedules and get your photo taken for the yearbook. Uniform tops, sweaters and sweatshirts will be for sale. Required uniform pants will NOT be available on site. Please visit Schoolbelles for pants.
It was a great day meeting new teachers and new transfer students! There's a lot of energy swirling about HHS. Looking forward to greeting freshmen tomorrow at 10am, and parents at 5:30pm.
Let’s hope this is the last of the sub zero temps this winter. We’ll have a 2-hour delay tomorrow 2/24. A B-day begins at 11 am.
Tomorrow’s schedule: A1: 11:00 – 11:59: A2: 12:05 – 1:04; Advisory/Lunch 1:10 – 1:50; A3: 1:56 – 2:55; A4: 3:01 – 4:00
Due to dangerously low temperatures, we will have a 2-hour delay tomorrow, 2/23. Classes will begin at 11am.
Friday's schedule: A1 11:00 – 11:26 A2 11:32 – 11:58 A3 12:04 – 12:30 A4 12:36 – 1:02 Common Lunch 1:08 –1:52 B1 1:58 – 2:24 B2 2:30 – 2:56 B3 3:02 – 3:28 B4 3:34 – 4:00 26 minute periods, no Advisory, 44 minute lunch, 6 minute passing periods
We’ll have a one-hour delay on Friday. Classes will begin at 11 a.m., and we’ll follow a C-day schedule.
School is closed tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 19, due to the severe cold. See you Friday. Stay warm.
The schedule for tomorrow is as follows: Period 1 11:00 – 11:59 Period 2 12:05 – 1:04 Common Lunch 1:10 – 1:50 Period 3 1:56 – 2:55 Period 4 3:01 – 4:00 59 minute periods, no Advisory, 40 minute lunch, 6 minute passing periods
We’ll have a 2-hour delay on Wednesday due to predicted sub-zero temps. All after-school events and Office Hours are cancelled.
Tomorrow begins a sheep week: B-A-B-A. Stay tuned to the website and news outlets in case the snowy roads and temps cause problems.
The acceptances & scholarships keep rolling in. Congratulations to Anne Anderson, recipient of the Legacy Scholarship (100% tuition) to Howard University!
Congratulations to the following students for making it to the quarter-finals of the Regional Ethics Bowl at DePauw University: Cori Concepcion, Naomi Humphries, Masha Moscato-Goodpaster, Robbie Moscato-Goodpaster, Kendra Obermaier, and Kyra Kofodimos. They were articulate, mature, and wise in their presentations.
Ms. Trygstad’s office hours are cancelled today. She’ll offer a make-up OH Monday @4:15, in addition to her regular hours.
Boys Basketball Team plays @ Traders Point Academy tonight @ 6 and 7:30. Let’s get loud!
Good luck to the girls swim team at sectionals; 5 pm @ Decatur Central. Girls’ basketball plays at Brebeuf at 6. Come support our teams!
Our students love rigor. 67% of HHS students that took an AP exam last year passed, significantly higher than the Indiana average of 51%.