Principal Message

Principal Kevin Rupprecht

Hello HP Community,

We are excited for the month of May! So many great opportunities for students are in front of us. Most of our students will be engaged, and some have already begun, their State Smarter Balanced Math and English/Language Arts exams. Please encourage your student to do their very best. We use student scores to develop individual student supports, along with informing our decision making as a school and departments within a school for instructional programs, curriculum and instruction improvement efforts. Seniors will be participating in their International Baccalaureate Exams. These IB exam scores are reviewed by the Colleges and Universities these Seniors have applied to, and in turn they may wave credits needed for College graduation requirements.

This is an exciting time for Seniors as they are selecting their College or University for Fall admittance. We will be celebrating these decisions on May 1, College Signing Day. Families of Seniors, we will have an important Graduation Information Meeting at 6:00pm on May 1. Seniors will be recognized for their accomplishments on May 30th, as we conduct the Parade of Graduates during the school day, and Senior Honors and Awards Recognition Night at 6:00pm. Finally, Commencement Ceremonies will be held on June 6th, at 6:00pm at the McGavick Center-CPTC.

Prom is soon upon us, and I wish for all of our Prom going students to make safe and healthy decisions, because HP Proms are so much fun, and I want everyone to fully enjoy the evening on May 18th. We have upcoming Choral Concerts, Fiddler on the Roof performances, more awards and recognition assemblies, Middle School dance, Pumapalooza… but with all the fun and celebrations that come with the end of the year, I ask all HP families to continue to urge their students to do their very best academically, behaviorally, and socially. HP is a College/University preparation school, and I want doors of opportunities opened for all of our students. I do not want doors to be shut due to loss of focus. We look forward to the remaining days of this school year, and I will tell you, we are already far into the planning for next school year.

Kevin Rupprecht
Lt. Gen. W.H. Harrison Preparatory School
An International Baccalaurete World School

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