School Newspaper is Out!
Given the challenging times we are in, we wanted to give all HSAS students and faculty the opportunity to contribute their ideas and experiences. Thankfully, Mr. Elinson brought back the READ MORE >
Newly Admitted Students Open House Video
If you were not able to attend our virtual open house, or if you were unable to log on (we understand some people couldn’t gain access)…here is the recording, which READ MORE >
A Salute to Officer Castro
A “salute” is both a sign of respect and a way to honor someone who is important to us. Some think that the modern concept of saluting comes from the READ MORE >
In these anxious times...
In these unprecedented times, many teenagers and their families are under considerable and understandable strain. Anxiety about the future, dealing with death and loss as well as job and food READ MORE >
Junior Parent-Student Night
Ms. Harris and Ms. Teslik are pleased to present their first ever virtual Junior parent/student night. To prepare for this session, make sure to review the attachments sent in an READ MORE >
Senior Movie, Class of 2020
The Senior Movie is now up! This movie is longer than the average senior movie, but this class gets the extra time to compensate in a small way for having READ MORE >
Congratulations Seniors of Class of 2020!
To all seniors and their families:
While we are truly saddened that we weren’t able to hold an in-person graduation this June, we made an effort to READ MORE >
Tribute to the Founder of the Environmental Club
With the retirement of Mr. Thoman, students in the Environmental Club put together a video to thank him for his service as faculty advisor. When Mr. Thoman started teaching at READ MORE >
Girls Who Code Hold Farewell Zoom Session
The Girls Who Code Club had its final meeting today over Zoom! Most of the members attended, including Ms. Taylor (not pictured). As is annual tradition, each member was awarded READ MORE >
What's Outside My Window
Our students are now hunkered down inside their homes this spring, and are doing a lot of gazing out the window these days. Our Art teacher Ms. DeBethune requested that READ MORE >