The final early release day for the 2012 - 2013 school year will be held on Wednesday, May 22. All buildings in the District will release one hour early. The first early release day for the 2013-2014 school year is scheduled for Wednesday, August ... Read More »
The District's ABLE (Adult Basic Literacy Education) Program has been recognized by the Ohio Board of Regents as one of the highest performing ABLE programs in the state! It exceeded its approved enrollment and increased student retention as well ... Read More »
May is National Mobility Awareness MonthJacob Strong is a student from Linden who is in the running for a chance to win a customized wheelchair accessible vehicle. Jacob is a great kid and has recently joined the baseball team. A wheelchair accessible vehicle ... Read More »
Sinclair Community College COURSEVIEW SUMMER CAMPSfor students in grades 7-12. These camps have been designed to promote more college readiness activities by offering summer options for older students grades 7 - 12.Digital Photography, Comedy Camp, and ... Read More »
Enjoy some great exercise with the Lindenwald community! 5K walk, Jog, or Run for anyone. Start at Joyce Park and journey to the Fitton Center and back. Sunday, May 12 at 11:00 am. $5 per family with the proceeds going to the Leukemia ... Read More »
Enjoy Highland Elementary School's Cars with Character Car Show and Cruise-In! Friday, May 17 from 5:00 - 9:00 pm. Registration is $10, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm. Door Prizes, Food, Music. For more information, please call 513-939-9765.
Hamilton High boys soccer will be starting open field workouts on Monday, April 15th. We will meet each Monday and Wednesday on the field @HHS from 5:00 - 6:30. These workouts are open to any boy currently in grades 8 - 11. Hope to see you ... Read More »
Those students who intend to participate in PSEOP during the 2013-2014 school year must turn in their applications no later that March 28th to their counselor. For more details, visit the counselors page at the Hamilton High School website.
Congratulations to the HHS Junior Varsity Dancers who won FIRST PLACE in the pom routine. The HHS Varsity Dancers won SECOND Place with their hip-hop routine and THIRD PLACE in the pom routine. Congratulations to the HHS Ensemble Dance Team - Victoria ... Read More »
Do you know that the Hamilton City School District is aggressive in seeking out and getting grants that benefit our students? The District has been awarded over 9 million dollars from local, state and federal funds for this school year!
Hamilton High School junior Halle Gudgell has been selected to attend a Navy sponsored Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) seminar at the University of San Diego this summer. Halle is one of only eight students selected from 55 NJROTC ... Read More »
Attend the University of Akron for an engaging one-week residential summer camp for girls in grades 9-12 and immerse yourself in the world of engineering. Located on the UA campus, SEE UA is designed to mirror a real college experience and includes ... Read More »
Ohio Means Success!Visit the new website from the state of Ohio that offers a wide variety of resources for college and career readiness. It can help answer all types of questions for parents and high school students: What career is good for me? What ... Read More »
Hamilton High School's NJROTC Program was recently inspected according to current Navy guidelines to evaluate the performance and management effectiveness of the unit. They received four OUTSTANDING grades and two ABOVE AVERAGE grades in the six areas ... Read More »
Congratulations to Hamilton High School senior Mariah Craft for being selected as a Finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program! She is one of 8,300 recipients in the nation for this recognition and award!
The Career Tech Education classes (CTE) of Hamilton High School recently visited HFS students to educate and inform them about possible courses of study geared toward future careers in such fields as Computer Programming, Health Careers and Exercise Science. ... Read More »
The Hamilton City School District updated its Emergency Procedure Plans last year. These plans cover areas such as lockdowns, evacuations, bomb threats, medical emergencies, etc. Schools are required to have one lockdown drill, three tornado drills, and ... Read More »
The Hamilton Community Foundation and the National Center for College Costs invite all HFS parents and students to attend a special workshop focusing on choosing the right college and how to pay for college on Thursday, January 10th from 6:00 to 7:00 PM in ... Read More »