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    Principal - Quinton L. Ward, Sr. 
    Assistant Principals - Michelle Huffman, Kristen Bibb, Shirley Tarver
    Enrollment* - Total Students - 1,238  School Code: 111553
    Administrators - 4   |   Counselors - 4  |   Certified Staff - 81

    Mission - PRIDE - Personally Responsible, Respectful, Innovative, Determined, and Engaged in Excellence.

    Vision - HHS is committed to empowering a diverse community of learners that are prepared to lead in an ever changing, digitally competitive, global society. We are committed!


    795 Hampton-Locust Grove Road, Hampton, GA 30228   |   Main# 770.946.7461   |   Fax# 770.946.7468

    *2021-2022 Enrollment

  •  Highlights

    The following school highlights are just a few of the things that make Hampton High School an amazing place to learn and grow! These four items should allow you to see the rigorous learning, diverse experiences, and supportive culture that exists in our school. In Henry County Schools, we believe in giving every student a high quality, world-class education and we believe these highlights display our passion and commitment to do just that.

    HHS picStudent Outcomes
    HHS regularly assesses its programs and course offerings through the evaluation of our CSIP and the data points used to evaluate its effectiveness. HHS has focused not just on offering more AP courses, but on students of all nationalities having access to and successfully completing courses and sitting for exams. HHS was honored as an AP Honor School in 2019, 2020, and 2021. Capping this phenomenal growth, HHS was highlighted during the 2020-2021 school year with a 2021 AP Honor School Award due to the number of AP courses offered and the success rate of our students taking the AP test and scoring a proficient or higher score. A Hampton high school student, Kaleb, was quoted as saying, “My AP courses give me a higher level of work to deep dive into content information and further my education. I feel my AP experience is preparing me for classes in college. I am successful in my classes because of the relationships I build with my teachers and how they push me.” Additionally, HHS continues to see tremendous growth in our End Of Course (EOC) and End of Pathway Assessment (EOPA) scores.  
    Prior to the pandemic, HHS saw growth in all four major content areas (Science, Math, English, and Social Studies) and our CTAE courses, in many instances outpacing similar schools. Our average daily attendance hovers around 94%, which we feel is a direct influence of our positive culture and climate. Using data to drive instruction and student opportunities is the highlight of our CSIP and the results highlighted above. This laser light focus further supports our students academically as they strive to achieve even more heights through their extracurricular achievements.​Using data to drive instruction and student opportunities are the highlight of our CSIP and the results highlighted above. This laser light focus further supports our students academically as they strive to achieve even more heights through their extracurricular achievements.

    HHS picStudent Opportunities
    HHS recognizes that providing rich and engaging courses allows students to maximize their growth potential. First, we ensure our teachers are prepared for the content courses they are assigned to teach. Secondly, our master schedule team ensures access to the courses needed and requested by students. Thirdly, our leadership team develops within the CSIP a plan of professional development that supports teacher growth that will further facilitate student academic growth.

    For the 21-22 school year, HHS will follow a block schedule that allows for a Ninth Grade Academy and opportunities for students to accelerate and remediate their learning. Below highlights are the course offerings that all of our students have currently and will continue to have access to for the upcoming school year.

    Academic Support Courses offered at HHS: Foundations of Algebra, Algebra 1 Support, Geometry Support, Algebra 2 Support, Basic Reading & Writing, Academic Language for ESOL
    Fine Arts Programs offered at HHS: Chorus, Theatre, Musical Theatre, Comprehensive Art, Drawing, Ceramics, Printmaking, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Dance CTAE Programs offered at HHS: Early Childhood Education, Food & Nutrition, Allied Health, Entrepreneurship, Engineering, Architecture, Law & Justice, Audio Video Tech & Film, Agriculture
    Other highlights: Ninth Grade Academy, Dual Enrollment, AAS, and IA access
    As you can see, HHS’s focus on providing a rigorous learning environment is our top priority.

    HHS picClimate and Culture
    Since its opening in the 2014 - 2015 school year, Hampton High School (HHS) has strived to instill in our students the values of persistence, commitment, and teamwork through active participation in our successful academic, athletic, and extracurricular programs. Students and parents agree that options for students to excel academically, athletically and extracurricularly provide students opportunities to be well-rounded, prepared for whatever course they take in life, and stand out on college and job applications. More importantly, taking on additional responsibilities helps students cultivate the skills that are essential in life. Several students stated during an interview, “It’s important to de-stress and focus on something besides academics. Participation in clubs has sharpened my communication skills, fostered creative thinking, and taught me how to work effectively with other people.”

    Over the past two years, HHS has increased its focus on supporting both students and teachers through the implementation of a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program. This in-depth program focuses on improving student attitudes to develop healthy identities, manage emotions, achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain supportive relationships, and make responsible and caring decisions. Furthermore, HHS is proud to introduce a Ninth Grade Academy for the 21-22 school year that will provide rising ninth graders with the opportunity to grow the soft skills necessary to be even more successful as high school students and emerging members of the Hampton community.

    Furthermore, HHS has seen a decrease in student referrals and an increase in student engagement through rigorous and focused staff development, implementation of the SEL program, and continuous community support. HHS’s focus on its Culture and Climate to ensure student success is only possible through development of a strong Continuous School Improvement Plan (CSIP) that keeps all of our stakeholders laser focused.

    HHS pic Extracurriculars
    HHS believes strongly that student participation in extracurricular activities is vital to their becoming well-rounded young adults. Extracurricular activities include both clubs and athletics. HHS Clubs/Organization Offerings: Academic: Beta Club, National Honor Society, Academic Decathlon, Math Team, Reading Bowl Fine Arts: Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensemble, Keyboarding, Mixed Chorus, Hampton Harmonies, Theatre, One Act Play, Thespian Society, National Art Honor Society, Purple Reign Dance Team CTAE: FBLA, FFA, FGE, HOSA Clubs: Anime, Black Student Union, Crochet, Debate, Disc Golf, FCA, Hampton Gents, Hornets for Humanity, International Club, Ladies Unlimited, GSA, Partners Club, Slam Poetry, Yearbook HHS Athletic Offerings: Athletics: Baseball, Boys & Girls Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Dance, Flag Football, Football, Boys & Girls Golf, Gymnastics, Girls Lacrosse, Marching Band, Boys & Girls Soccer, Softball, Girls Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling. HHS is adding Men's Swimming and Men’s Lacrosse in 21-22.
    As members of the GHSA, numerous athletes have earned individual regional accolades in addition to attending State Playoffs in multiple sports. Our teams have also earned several Regional Championships. Additionally, we have had several coaches who have been awarded Region Coaches of the Year in Cross Country, Baseball, Football, Softball, Tennis, Track and Wrestling. Most of all, many of our student-athletes graduate with academic and/or athletic scholarship offers from colleges and universities each year. More Importantly, HHS has had a banner year athletically during a pandemic when athletic participation has seen a decline. We have won region championships in Softball, Boys Cross Country, Wrestling (Duals and Traditionals), Cheerleading, Tennis (Boys and Girls), and Baseball. HHS was Region Runner Up in Volleyball and Girls' Soccer. While interviewing several athletes, they stated “Our coaches support and push us.

    We know they care.” HHS Stinger PRIDE! We are many different hornets, but we swarm together.  
  •  Opportunities

    At Hampton High, we offer a variety of opportunities for our students to become well-rounded and balanced members of our school community. These include things like advanced enrollment course offerings, career, technical, and agricultural education courses (CTAE), and fine arts courses where our students can participate. We seek to challenge our students to think in new ways and to raise their expectations of themselves through the many opportunities available to each student.
    Art   Agriculture Leadership in Animal Production  Baseball AP English Lang. & Comp.   Spanish
    Band   Agriculture Leadership in Plant Science  Basketball AP Human Geography   French
    Dance & Theatre   Agriscience Systems    Cheerleading AP Psychology    
      Architectural Drawing and Design  Cross-Country AP Spanish Lang. & Culture    
      Audio-Video Technology and Film l     Football AP Studio Art: Drawing  
      Early Childhood Care & Education     Golf AP US History  
      Engineering and Technology     Gymnastics    
      Entrepreneurship    Lacrosse    
      Law Enforcement Services - Forensic Science    Riflery    
      Nutrition and Food Science    Soccer    
      Therapeutic Services/Allied Health and Medicine      Softball    
      Work-Based Learning      Swimming    
         Track & Field     

  •  Demographic Information


    Hampton High School’s student demographic information can be found on this dashboard. This information includes total enrollment by grade level, student composition by race/ethnicity, percent of students enrolled in exceptional student education or English language learners or the gifted program, as well as the percentage of students who are currently enrolled in classes at Impact Academy or the Academy for Advanced Studies. This information can be used to better understand the student population that is served at Hampton High.

  •  Student Outcomes


    Student Outcomes information for Hampton High School represented on this dashboard includes:

    • 4-year cohort graduation rate
    • Georgia Student Health Survey Responses
    • Literacy Proficiency Rates

    The Georgia Student Health Survey is given to all k-12 students in Georgia in the spring of each school year. It is composed of a variety of questions that help our district better understand the student experience in our schools. The literacy information is calculated as the percentage of students reading on or above grade level determined by scores on the Milestones End-of-grade assessments for 9th grade Literature and American Literature. The 4-year cohort graduation rate is also displayed on this dashboard. Each of these data components can be viewed for the previous three years. For more information about these measurements, please access the Hampton High School website.