Category Archive: Announcements

Jun 08

Senior Cap and Gown Photo Session


Please use this link  to sign up for your Cap and Gown photo session on June 22nd.  Our first sign-up window will begin at 8:30a.m.!  You can also find this link on our website and Schoology page.  More information for the day of will be shared out closer to June 22nd.


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May 27

Senior Meeting and Survey

All graduating seniors need to complete the Senior Survey ASAP!

In addition, a Senior Class meeting was held on May 28, 2020. The Google Slides from the meeting can be found here.

If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Hill.

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May 12

Yearbook Ordering Information and FAQ

2019-2020 Yearbooks are still on sale! Celebrate the year by ordering your yearbook today! You can order line at this link through Jostens today!

Frequently Asked Questions-

1) Is there still a 19/20 yearbook?
YES, the 19/20 yearbook is DONE! The yearbook staff worked hard to finish the book from home but it was completed and turned in end of March so WE WILL still have a yearbook this year!

2) Can people still order yearbooks?
YES! This information has been posted to Schoology for students, but if you are still getting questions, you can order online today at this link. We do have a limited supply but there are still plenty available at the moment.

3) When and how will the books be distributed?
TBA, but we are working closely with our Jostens rep to find out information about when the books will be printing. With everything going on in the world, the process was halted for a few weeks but, hopefully, we will still receive the books before the end of the school year. The minute we know more about when the books will get to us, we will work with the admin team to figure out a distribution plan.

4) Can you check and see if I already ordered a book?
YES! If you want to double-check please email Ms. Bosta at

5) BONUS! Any students that order a yearbook will be able to attend an online “yearbook signing” party. Students will get virtual yearbook pages where friends and teachers can leave messages. The pages are printable and can be added to the back of their yearbooks. We am waiting on further info on this, but it would be a fun opportunity for our students to reconnect!

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May 05

Virtual Principal’s Listening Session

Dr. White will be hosting a Virtual Principal’s Listening Session on Tuesday May 5th at 6:00p.m. Please use this Principal’s Listening Session link (Meeting ID: 3116723571 and the Meeting Password is 8WULQU) to join the meeting at 6:00p.m.  We will be posting the meeting information to our website and social media accounts and we encourage you to share the word with ALL of SPRINGER NATION!


If you are having difficulties connecting to the Listening Session on Zoom, please check out these directions.

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May 01

Congratulations to Coach Shoul!

Congratulations to Coach Shoul, HSHS’ own School Resource Officer and Lacrosse Head! Coach Shoul was recently inducted into the Richmond Chapter of the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame for the class of 2020. He was recognized for his service in the lacrosse community and specifically for his work in starting the lacrosse team at HSHS. You can check out the full article here:


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Apr 27

HSHS Marching Battalion Applications

DO YOU WANT TO DANCE, TWIRL FLAG OR PLAY DRUMS WITH THE HSHS MARCHING BATTALION??? Just fill out these virtual applications and we can go from there. This is the best and most exciting experience you will feel at Highland Springs!

2020-2021 HSHS Band Drumline Application

2020-2021 HSHS Band Auxiliary Application

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Yonkers.

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Apr 17

COVID-19 Resources

Highland Springs High School and Henrico County Public Schools have several resources available to families during this difficult time.  Please see the links below for more information.

Henrico County Public Schools COVID-19 Information

Henrico County Public Schools Virtual Learning Information

Highland Springs High School Student Hub (requires signing into student HCPS account)

HSHS Counseling Contact Information

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Mar 12

COVID-19: An important announcement

Concern about COVID-19 (coronavirus) has created a rapidly evolving environment where changes are being made quickly in the interest of public health.

Starting Monday, March 16, Henrico County Public Schools will be closed for students for two full weeks of school (through Friday, March 27). We will continue to assess the situation, and decide later if we need to extend this period of closure.

We realize this creates many questions about how students will continue their learning. We have a thorough plan in place, and detailed information about student learning will be communicated in a separate message.

Our teachers and staff will use Monday, March 16, to continue their preparations. “Virtual learning” experiences (digital and non-digital) will be available to students of all grade levels starting on Tuesday, March 17.

During this unprecedented experience, we will continue to do everything possible to ensure the health and safety of our community. The HCPS Facilities and Pupil Transportation departments will conduct additional cleaning of school buildings and buses, and continue to assess the best cleaning practices.

Additionally, for many of our students, the meals provided at our schools are a crucial part of their daily nutrition. Additional plans are being made to address this vital need across the Henrico Community.

Please know that this is not a decision that we make lightly. We realize that any change to educational schedules is disruptive and inconvenient. However, our priority must always be the health and safety of our students, staff members and community.

Again, more details about student learning will be forthcoming in separate communications. Visit the “COVID-19” page on our website for full information from HCPS.

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Mar 01

HSHS VTSS Family and Community Input

The Highland Springs High School Virginia Tiered System of Supports (VTSS) team is working on developing school wide exceptions and would like your feedback! Please use the link below to provide your input!

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Dec 06

VIDEO: Henrico Learning Today

HCPS TV caught up with Amanda Drinnon’s and Tyler Krodel’s collaborative English 11 class as they studied inference

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Nov 19

Jostens Senior Ordering Information

Seniors who participated in the Senior Springer Summit this morning received a Senior Information Packet with important ordering information within it.  Jostens representatives will be here on HSHS campus Thursday, November 21st and Friday, November 22nd during ALL lunches. Please click on the senior page for more information.

Class of 2020 Important Information_Highland Springs

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Sep 02

HSHS Bell Schedule

Springer Nation please use this to view our Bell Schedule!

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Jun 12

Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

Graduation was held at 7 PM on Thursday, June 14th at the Siegel Center. Information about graduation for seniors can be found on the senior class website. Graduation information and a photo gallery can be found on the Henrico County Public Schools Website. Additionally, graduation will be live streamed on the HCPS Website.

Click here to view the HSHS Class of 2019 Graduation Photo Gallery.

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Jun 10

Summer Assignments

Summer Assignments for the 2019-2020 school year can be found at the link below. Please note, all students enrolled in English for upcoming school year have a Summer Reading Log. Please email individual teachers about specific concerns related to their summer assignment.

2019-2020 HSHS Summer Assignments

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May 20

Beat the “Summer Slide”

Summer slide isn’t a piece of playground equipment – it’s the tendency for students to lose some of the progress they’ve made during the academic year. But there are ways to keep your students’ skills sharp and have fun all summer long.

For details, resources and lots more ways to foster reading this summer, go to HCPS’ summer reading page.

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