Tonight’s performance of the Mousetrap has been postponed due to declining road conditions and concerns for the safety of our patrons and students with the potential of lower temperatures and continued precipitation into the evening. Information regarding a rescheduled performance will be forthcoming. The matinee performance scheduled for tomorrow at 2:00 is still planned. Transfer […]
HPCS follows the Greenville County School (GCS) system the first day of any cancellation, delay, or early closing due to inclement weather only and not due to a power outage or some other localized emergency.
Art Contest – Upper School Art Contest – Lower School
Dear HPCS Parent, It’s with a heavy heart I write today’s post as we grieve with the members of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, TX. I can’t imagine what these brothers and sisters must be going through now as they plan funerals for twenty-six members of their congregation. Tragedies such as this remind […]
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Get your Panther Pass or Season Pass today! Basketball Season is now in full swing, and we have two options now available for those who would like to attend our regular-season home games. Regular entry prices are $3 for adults and $2 for students, unless you are using one of these passes. Panther Passes are […]
On Saturday, October 14, 2017, the HPCS Panthers won the SCACS Cross Country State Championship for the 2nd year in a row. Congratulations, Panthers! The Panthers were first place out of 8 participating teams. Anna P. took first place and Kathryn L. took second place out of 51 runners for the girls’ division. Jackson V. took […]
Students and parents are invited to attend the College Preparation Meeting on Tuesday, October 24, at 7:00 p.m. in M-202/204. Please RSVP to Miss Shoemake (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you plan to attend.
The HPCS Senior Carnival is one of the highlights of the school year. There will be fun games, tasty food, and a family-friendly atmosphere.
Join us this morning at 10:15 a.m. in the Main Auditorium for our National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. The ceremony will be live streamed for those who are unable to attend.
Due to the continued threat for severe wind, widespread power outages, and storm damage, HPCS will be closed for school tomorrow, September 12.
Due to the threat for severe wind and heavy rains from Hurricane Irma, HPCS will be closed for school tomorrow, September 11, 2017.
We want you to know that we are watching the weather updates closely, especially as they pertain to Hurricane Irma. If it becomes necessary to cancel school as a result of Hurricane Irma, we will communicate to you through email, social media (Facebook and Twitter), our website, and through WYFF (Channel 4). If you have travel […]
Social Media Posts- Earn Points for your team Post pictures on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook (begins 8/29/17) Each day teams are awarded points based on how many posts are made that meet the criteria below. No points are awarded to a team that has no posts. 1st place – 5,000 points 2nd place – 4,000 points 3rd place […]
Eclipse over HPCS 2017: We’re looking forward to this exciting, once-in-a-lifetime event! Where: HPCS Soccer Field When: This event begins at 1:30 p.m. and concludes at our regular dismissal times. What: We’ll hang out, relax, and enjoy spending time together while we watch the “Great American Solar Eclipse” Important details for this event: We have NASA-approved […]
Tami Bennett is our new Child Care Director. Welcome, Mrs. Bennett! I’m excited for this opportunity to speak into the kids’ lives on a daily basis about Jesus’ love and the big picture of the Gospel in our world, from history to the present. I graduated from college in 1994 with an elementary education degree […]
The 2017 Solar Eclipse is a few weeks away and we are prepared with NASA recommended glasses! We have purchased “ISO 12312-2 compliant and CE certified eclipse glasses” from American Paper Optics, one of the specific companies recommended by NASA, and they are safe for all phases of the eclipse.
Micah Thompson is our new Social Studies teacher. Welcome, Mr. Thompson! I was raised as one of 7 kids on the beautiful island of Guam in the South Pacific. I had two great parents who raised me to love the Lord. I went off to college at Northland International University where I felt God calling me to […]