Welcome to HHS

Hagerty High School
3225 Lockwood Blvd.
Oviedo, FL 32765

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


Robert Frasca (407) 871-0701

Assistant Principals:
Gisela Cotto (407) 871-0705
Dr. Doug Miller (407) 871-0729
Angel Rocha  (407) 871-0876

Christy Tibbitts-Bryce (407) 871-0702
Jesse Walker (407) 871-0703

School Administration Manager:
Roy DeCosta (407) 871-0718


Dr. Paula Cruickshank 
(407) 871-0708


Testing Coordinator:

Jennifer Abercrombie

(407) 871-0714

Vision / Mission

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Vision Statement

The vision of Paul J. Hagerty High School is working together to continue our tradition of excellence.

Mission Statement
The mission of Hagerty High School is to provide a nurturing learning environment where students can obtain the skills useful to become productive, creative, and caring members of a diverse society. While valuing differences the curriculum provides students with opportunities and challenges to grow intellectually, physically and socially.  Through a variety of learning experiences, students are taught to recognize the value of education as a continuous process and to realize their 
responsibilities to each other and to the larger community.


Student Records

ALL FORMER STUDENTS, Post-Secondary Institutions and Corporations - Student Records requests are processed by Seminole County Public Schools online at https://scpsfl.scriborder.com/ or phone: 407-320-0366

Key Dates

  • February 7th – 26th                     Begin Lab Entry of  Course Requests
    • Rising 12th through US History
    • Rising 11th through World History
    • Rising 10th through English 1                    
  • March and April                        Counselors finalize student course requests
  • April 15th                                  Deadline to change course requests for 2020-21

Course change request form


Spring Fling


All students are welcome to attend Hagerty's first Spring Fling Dance hosted by Hagerty's Leadership class. The dance will take place on Thursday, March 12th from 7:00-10:00pm in the Auxiliary Gym. Tickets will be on sale March 2-12th. If you would like to bring a guest, you must have the Spring Fling Guest Form filled out and turned in by Friday, March 6th. No late forms will be accepted. 


Tickets will only be sold during lunch in the cafeteria. Ticket prices are $15.00 from March 2nd-March 6th, $20.00 from March 9th-March 12th and $25.00 at the door.  The dress code for the Spring Fling is "Dressy Casual"- sundresses or skirts or pants with a nice top are appropriate.  


Spring Fling Guest Form


SAT Boot Camp


Dear, Huskies,

 In preparation for the March 4th SAT School Day, we will once again be offering bootcamp sessions for students on Wednesday, February 19th, and Wednesday, February 26th, from 1:30-4:30 p.m..  Each bootcamp will focus on the reading section of the exam, however,  please be aware that the second date is a repeat session.  There is a max registration of 25 students per session.  Students will be able to use the link below to access QR Codes to sign-up.  Please contact Mrs. Rocha with any questions.






Announcements / Activities



All Hagerty Seniors are invited to attend the Roaring Twenties Prom hosted at The Hard Rock Café on Saturday, April 25th.

Ticket Sales: All Prom tickets will be sold during both lunches from February 18th-March 6th. Only Hagerty seniors may purchase tickets. If you plan on bringing a guest from another school you must have them fill out a guest form and have it faxed back to Hagerty no later than Tuesday, March 3rd. You can pay with cash or checks written out to HHS.


February 18-21: $85.00


February 24-28: $85.00


March 2-6: $90


*No tickets will be sold after March 6th.



*Seniors with debts on the obligation list will not be eligible to purchase a ticket until the obligation has been cleared by the bookkeeper.


Prom Guest Form





 5Essentials/SCPS Surveys Information


The parent Snapshot survey window is now open (January 21st) and will remain open until February 28th.Please log into your Skyward account and use the link provided to access the survey.The link will also be available through School Messenger and on the SCPS web site.


Beginning January 28th, students in grades 4-12 and school staff will have the opportunity to take part in the Snapshot Survey. These 3 questions open ended survey will showcase what makes each of our school’s unique. Your input and comments are important and will play a key role in spotlighting innovation and student achievements.


In addition to the Snapshot Survey, students will have the opportunity to participate in the 5Essentials Survey and the SCPS Safety Survey. These opportunities allow students in grades 4-12 to share their thoughts on important elements of their school and classroom experiences. Students will participate in these surveys during the school day.


The Snapshot, 5Essentials and SCPS Safety Surveys will be conducted January 28– February 28, 2020. A copy of the student survey questions will be available for preview on our school website the week of January 21st.


Participation in the surveys provides valuable information on our school and helps to guide school improvement. Participant identities and survey responses are kept completely confidential and will never be connected to parents or student.



Thank you for taking the time to complete this worthwhile survey.



After-School Tutoring

 How it works for Students:

  1.  Students must sign-up for one subject area, and the days requested, EACH week using the provided QR Code.


  1. Students who sign-up to be tutored will be notified, by the e-mail they provided at sign-up, as to whether a tutor is available for them on their selected days.
  2. Students must sign-in upon entry to the Media Center.
  3. Tutors are available based on the subject area of strength and the time they signed-up for to tutor.  Therefore, all subject are not always available.
  4. If students do not see a particular subject area listed for choice, there is a selection for ‘Other’, they should choose and list their area of need.


How it works for Tutors:

  1. Tutors may sign-up using the provided link (we prefer students who are in a honor society, have successfully completed high-level coursework, or an AP course).
  2. Tutors should be able to tutor multiple subject areas.
  3. Tutors are notified by e-mail if they are needed each day of tutoring.



Hagerty HS PTSA Scholarship:

Hagerty HS PTSA is offering scholarship opportunities for Hagerty Seniors.  You must have joined the HHS PTSA by Dec. 31, 2019 to be eligible. 

The deadline to submit is March 12, 2020.  If you’re not sure if you joined PTSA or you don’t know your PTSA membership number, email us at hagertyhighschoolptsa@gmail.com

Use this link to complete the application: https://form.jotform.com/92716342201145 or scan this QR Code


February Bell Information

This Week's Bell Schedule

Monday 17


School Closed


Tuesday 18


Periods 1,3,7,5     

Wednesday 19


Periods 2,4,7,6 


Thursday 20


Periods 1,3,7,5   

Friday 21


Periods 2,4,7,6 




My School Bucks

If you have questions regarding your student debt or the amount due, please contact our bookkeeper, Missy Clarke at 407-871-0712.

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