Welcome to HHS

Hagerty High School
3225 Lockwood Blvd.
Oviedo, FL 32765

Main Numbers:
407-871-0750 voice
407-871-0749 fax

Principal:
Dr. Mary Williams (407) 871-0700

Assistant Principals:
Brian Blasewitz (407) 871-0729
Christy Bryce (407) 871-0702
Gisela Cotto (407) 871-0705
Michael Howard  (407) 871-0876
Jesse Walker (407) 871-0703

School Administrative Manager:
Camille Cassara (407) 871-0714

Deans:
Dr. Paula Cruickshank (407) 871-0708
Brett Hamilton (407) 871-0718

Vision and Mission

Vision Statement

By working together to create a tradition of excellence, we the faculty of Hagerty High School believe that all students can learn at their highest achievement level.

 

Mission Statement

Hagerty High School will provide a learning environment that prepares students to think critically, act responsibly and perform successfully while becoming lifelong learners and responsible citizens in a technological and multicultural society. Since students learn differently, we will utilize creative, collaborative, and advanced instructional activities that challenge all students to grow and achieve at their highest level. 

 

Events & Announcements

  • Herff Jones will be on campus to take class ring orders on Thursday and Friday September 3rd and 4th and Friday September 11th, during lunches in the cafeteria. Ring orders will also be taken Wednesday and Thursday September 2nd and 3rd and Thursday September 10th from 5:50-7:30 pm in front of the main office as well as Saturday September 5th and 12th from 10:00am-Noon. A minimum deposit of $60.00 will be required to place your order. 

  • 2017 junior class shirts have arrived and junior privilege days are fast approaching!  Drop off your privilege form before or after school to room 7-225 and bring $10 to get your junior shirt!

  • Parents, Please click here for updated information on accessing eCampus.

  • Fall Sports General Tryout Information

  • 2015 Summer Assignments

  • Student Parking Pass Information 2015-16


Picture Day Sept 8 & 9

Don’t forget that Picture Day is on Tuesday, September 8th and Wednesday, September 9th!
To pre-order your pictures visit: Dean Stewart Photography
To pay with a debit or credit card you must visit the website above.
Order forms have been sent home and will also be available on picture day. Payment must be made in cash or check if paying onsite. All purchases are backed by Dean Stewart Photography’s money back guarantee. 
Click here for more information


Parking & Drop Off Update

Student Drop Off Update - IMPORTANT CHANGE OF PROCESS:

On Friday (9/4/2015), HHS will begin utilizing a double line for student drop off in the morning.  Traffic lanes in the final segment of the current car loop will be split to an inside row and an outside row.  Hagerty staff will be present to manage the beginning, middle and end of the car line.  The drop area for both lanes will be at the mid-point of the ramp at the crosswalk monitored by Coach Getty.  After dropping your student(s) at the crosswalk, vehicles will need to merge to a single lane to exit the school.
Thanks for your patience as we continue to improve the AM drop sequence for all of our Hagerty Family.  And as always.....Go Huskies!!


Senior Information

  • Seniors: Panoramic photo t-shirts will go on sale on Friday, September 4th at 2:30 P.M. in room 2-122. There are only 16 shirts for sale and they will be sold on a first come first served basis. Please have the attached form and your payment with you on Friday if you would like to purchase a t-shirt. The cost is $20.00
  • Attention Seniors: The Senior class picture will be taken on Wednesday, September 16th at 7:30am in the competition gym. You will be receiving an informational flyer the day before the picture is taken. You can order prints on the company’s website—the deadline to order will be 10 days following the date of the picture. Please report to your first period class and you will be dismissed to the competition gym by your teachers. 
  • 2016 senior class shirts have arrived and senior privilege days are fast approaching!  Drop off your privilege form before or after school to room 2-122 and bring $10 to get your senior shirt!

PSAT Test Info

SIGN-UPS FOR THE PSAT BEGIN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th

The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) is administered to all Hagerty High sophomores each year in October.  Hagerty High freshmen and juniors may also sign up to take this assessment.  The test is administered during the typical school day (in the morning) and this year’s test date is Wednesday, October 28th.

 What is the PSAT?  It stands for the Preliminary SAT/NMSQT (National Merit Qualifying Test) and is a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT Reasoning Test.  Either the SAT or ACT is required by most all colleges for entering freshmen.  Juniors who take this test are automatically entered in the National Merit Scholarship Program; high scoring juniors may qualify as National Merit Scholars.

 The test is given to all sophomores free of charge.  However, freshmen and juniors who take the test are required to pay a fee of $20.  9th and 11th graders desiring to sign up for the test will do so with their guidance office. Ms. Pagan in the Building 6 Guidance Office for students last name A-M (Building 6-100).  Ms. Cullen in the Building 2 Guidance Office for students last name N-Z (Building 2-111).

 We certainly encourage all ‘high-achieving,’ college bound freshmen and juniors to consider taking the PSAT.  It provides helpful practice for the SAT and other college-based assessments.  Freshmen taking AP and honors courses should certainly consider taking this exam.  For juniors, it is especially important that students in AP and honors classes take the PSAT/NMSQT, as top students could qualify as National Merit Scholars.

 Freshmen and juniors may begin signing up to take the PSAT on Tuesday, September 8th.  Sign-ups (there is a limited supply of tests available) are on a first come-first serve basis for juniors and freshmen.  The deadline for sign-ups is Friday, October, 16thOnce students sign up, they will receive a receipt and a test preparation booklet which they should review prior to the test administration.  Students are reminded that they need to bring their student identification card on the day of the test (October 28th).