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.