• Order A Yearbook!

    Time is quickly running out to order your Harker Heights High School Yearbook! Few extra books are ordered by the school to sell at distribution and these extras are sold on a first come, first serve basis after January 29th. Order now to ensure that your student has a yearbook this spring. There are three ways to order.  Order by mail - pick up an order form in the front office.  Order by phone, call the Balfour Call Center at 800-853-1337.  The easiest and quickest way to order is to go to the Balfour website -  Select your school and order your yearbook!  A confirmation receipt is sent directly to your email address.  Remember– there are NO guarantees that extra books will be available at distribution, so order NOW to avoid disappointment this spring. If you’ve already ordered your student’s 2018 yearbook, thank you for your support of the HHHS yearbook department. 

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  • Graduation Information

    • Click the link below for the latest information on graduation, orders, and all things Class of 2018!
    • Senior Website
    • Senior Newsletter
    • Order your cap and gown as soon as possible by visiting the website: Herff Jones Website
    • As a reminder, graduation is scheduled for Sunday, June 3rd at 7:00 p.m. at the Bell County Expo Center!
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  • AP Study Sessions

    Located at Jackson Professional Learning Center

    902 Rev R A Abercrombie Dr, Killeen, TX 76543

    8:00 am-12:00 pm

    Breakfast provided.


    See AP subject and dates below:

    AP English Language & AP Literature                                   AP World History, AP US History, AP US Government, & AP Macroeconomics

    February 3, 2018                                                               January 20, 2018

    March 3, 2018                                                                   February 24, 2018

    April 14, 2018                                                                    April 21, 2018

    AP Biology, AP Chemistry & AP Physics                                AP calculus & AP Statistics

     February 24, 2018                                                             January 27, 2018                           

      April 21, 2018                                                                  March 24, 2018

                                                                                            April 28, 2018




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  • Softball Tryouts

    • If you are interested in trying out for the 2018 Lady Knight Softball team, there is a mandatory meeting Friday January 5th @ 4:20pm in the front of the cafeteria by the stage.
    • Tryouts are on January 19th and 20th and you must have a current physical on file and be academically eligible.
    • If you have any questions you can direct them to Coach Cruddas, Coach Guy, or Coach Flores.
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  • BaseballTryouts

    • Anyone interested in trying out for baseball this year, please attend the meeting on Wednesday January 10th at 4:30pm at the baseball field.  Baseball tryouts are January 26th after school. Anyone wishing to tryout must have a physical on field with the trainers. If you have any questions please see Coach Culp.

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  • Building Hours

    Our campus opens the doors to students at 8:00 a.m. Students will be unsupervised outside if they are dropped off prior to 8:00 a.m.

    As a reminder, offices close at 4:30 p.m. If you need to meet with an administrator or someone on campus, please contact us and we will plan accordingly to accomodate you.


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  • College Tour

    The Killeen Branch NAACP Education Committee is hosting its Annual College Tour. The NAACP College Tour will be on Friday, March 9, 2018 to Saturday, March 10, 2018. Students will be visiting Southern University, A&M College in Baton Rouge, LA, and LSU. If you are interested in this great opportunity, please stop by Communities in School for a permission slip (the office is on the cafeteria stage).

    The deadline to turn in permission slips is February 2nd. The payment deadline is February 23rd.

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  • Free After School Program & Tutoring Bus

    AYPYN: stands for Army Youth Programs in Your Neighborhood. For those not familiar with AYPYN, it is a program endorsed by the district and the army that supports ALL of our student population. This is a FREE after school program open to ALL students Monday-Thursday from 4:15-6:00 p.m. in the auditorium lobby. Students can report to this location to receive a free snack every day and participate in various structured activities with adult supervision.

    Students must report there by 4:30 p.m. each day. This is a benefit to students, parents, and the campus as it is a safe location for students to be if they cannot be picked up right after school.

    Another available resource for your student is daily after school tutoring for core subject areas located in the library until 5:15. Students must arrive by 4:30 p.m. to take advantage of this opportunity. In addition, they MUST receive a special pass to ride the tutoring bus that departs our campus at 5:15 p.m. or they will not be able to ride. The tutoring bus drops students off at Eastern Hill Middle School, Liberty Hill Middle School, Union Grove Middle School, and Nolan Elementary.

    Please take advantage of these resources offered to help students achieve academically and ensure their safety.


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  • New District Policy

    Once a student arrives at school, he/she is not permitted to leave campus at any time during the school day without administrative permission, except students classified as sophomores, juniors, or seniors who may leave during their respective lunch periods, or students who have completed their school day. Students who are enrolled in a work cooperative program may leave campus when their instructional day is completed. Sophomores, juniors, or seniors departing and returning from lunch must be prepared to wear or show their ID’s while doing so and when requested while off campus. Sophomore, junior, or senior privilege of leaving campus for lunch may be revoked for individuals for any violation of closed campus rules.

    All KISD schools are closed campuses for freshmen students. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are allowed to leave campus for lunch. If a sophomore, junior, or senior attempts to take an underclassman off campus, he or she may lose his or her off-campus rights for the rest of the school year and may be subject to other disciplinary actions deemed appropriate by the campus principal or principal designee.

    All freshmen must remain on campus for lunch. Eating or drinking outside of the designated eating area will result in disciplinary action. Students in grade 9 who violate closed campus rules during their freshmen year may lose their off-campus privilege as an upperclassman.

    Designated Eating Areas include: cafeteria, court yard adjacent to the cafeteria, front court yard, and basketball court.

    Freshman students are not allowed beyond the flag pole or in the parking lot during lunch.

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    remind 101

    Parents and students please sign up to receive important text message reminders that are grade-level specific. This will keep you up to date on events happening on campus from graduation meetings, to test dates, homecoming, and much more.

    Seniors text @HHHSSENIOR to 81010.

    Juniors text @HHHSJUNIOR to 81010.

    Sophomores text @HHHSSOPH to 81010.

    Freshmen text @HHHSFRESH to 81010.

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  • Visitors To Campus

    All visitors must enter and obtain a visitor's badge from the front office entrance. Please park in the parking lot by the flag pole.


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