George W. Hewlett High School (HHS) is a comprehensive high school with programs designed to meet the needs of all students. We encourage students to immerse them­selves in all that HHS has to offer by taking diverse courses and being involved in activities and athletics. Our self-selection policy allows students to take a variety of rigorous and relevant courses that reflect their interests and aspirations.


Points of Pride:

99% of graduates pursue post-secondary education; 87% attend four-year colleges; 12% attend two-year colleges.

2015 graduates have reported more than $ 8,349,495 million in merit-based scholarships.

Twenty-one dual-enrollment/college courses are offered through Syracuse University Project Advance and other colleges.

 Twenty-five Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered with a steady increase in student participation.

Students participate in a rich arts program (music, visual arts and theater), well beyond the NYS mandate for the arts.

Senior Year Project gives students the opportunity to extend learning through an internship or a career-based project.

Juniors complete an interdisciplinary, inquiry-based research project.

HHS offers special programs including Science and Social Science Research, AP Capstone, Virtual Enterprise, Silver Cord Community Service Program, 41 clubs and 44 inter-scholastic athletic teams.

Twilight, Operation Success, and Strategies and Skills programs provide additional support as needed.


      Important School Phone Numbers  

Important School Phone Numbers
 Main Office  - 792-4001
 Guidance Office - 792-4123
 Attendance Office - 792-4132