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  • 2017 Hebron Hawks Homecoming

    September 30th – October 7th, 2017


    Hebron Hawks vs. LD Bell Blue Raiders
    Theme:  American Road Trip                    
    Slogan:  “Hebron Homecoming 2017: full tank, clear roads, chasing wins to state!”                                                                                      

    Homecoming Week-

    Hall Decorating: September 30th, 2017 @ 9:00 a.m. - 10 p.m. (all HHS students are encourage to participate)
    Parade/ Community Pep- Rally:  Wednesday, October 4th, 2017 @ 6:30 p.m.
    Friday’s Homecoming Pep Rally: Friday, October 6th, 2017 @ 2:45 p.m. (HC King is crowned)
    Dance Decorating: October 7th, 2017 @ 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    Homecoming Dance: October 7th, 2017 @ 8:00- 11:00 p.m.

    Dress Up Days:  All Dress- Up Days need to be school appropriate.

    Monday - “California Love vs. Empire State of Mind”- Cali vs. NYC- Students will show their love for either California spirit or New York style

    Tuesday - “HoCo like you mean it!”- Orlando, FL- Students will either show their Disney park love or Universal Studio love.

    Wednesday - “The Hawk House”- Washington, D.C. – Students will dress in red, white, and blue or as a former president.

    Wednesday Parade - “What a time to go for a Drive: HoCo 2017” Decorate your float based on America’s favorite cities!

    Thursday - “Boston Strong vs. Heart of Country”- Boston vs. Nashville- Students will show their love for Beantown yachting club or Grand Ol’ Opry country.

    Friday - “Hebron Homecoming 2017: full tank, clear roads, chasing wins to state!”- Hebron, Texas- Students will wear Hebron Homecoming shirts and spirit wear.



    Homecoming Tickets and T- Shirts sales- CASH ONLY

    Homecoming Dance- October 7th, 2017

    Time 8 p.m. - 11 p.m.

    Hebron’s Main Campus Cafeteria

    In order to buy a homecoming ticket, students must provide a valid name of their date, proof of ID (Student ID, Driver’s License, or any picture ID), and must not be on the fine list. Tickets may only be purchased during BLOCK LUNCH. Each person may only purchase two tickets. There are a limited amount of tickets, so first come first serve on schedule class dates.  Students will only be allowed into the dance with their student ID. 

    No individual attending a Middle/ Junior High School or 21 years and older may attend this dance.

    *Students must not be on the fine list in order to buy homecoming tickets. Homecoming shirts and tickets may only be purchased WITH CASH*

    September 27th- 29th, 2017               All Students can buy for $20.00 per tickets/ $10.00 per shirt
    October 2nd- 4th, 2017                        All Students can buy for $25.00 per tickets/ $15.00 per shirt
    October 5th – 6th, 2017                      All Students can buy for $30 per ticket/ $15.00 per shirt
    October 7th, 2017                               (HC Dance)- $40.00 per ticket



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  • Welcome back to the 2017-2018 school year!

    The start of each school year brings excitement and anticipation, and this year is no different. The student enrollment numbers continue to grow, and we predict we will have over 3,650 students this school year in grades 9-12. Our campus and the Hebron High School 9th Grade Campus are enjoying this growth through the development of family housing, and the economic growth of businesses and the employment it creates in the five communities we serve: Carrollton, Lewisville, The Colony, Frisco and Plano.

    Other exciting news was received recently as well. This past year Hebron High School earned the highest rating in the state’s accountability system: Met Standard. Hebron also earned four Distinctions from the state in English Language Arts/Reading Mathematics, Science, and Post-secondary Readiness.

    May Advanced Placement (AP) scores were strong again with a passing rate of 83%, greatly exceeding state and global averages. Participation rates continue to climb as well, with 2,138 tests given; an 8% increase from the previous year. All of this simply translates to 923 students having college credit before ever setting foot on a college campus. In addition, our Dual Credit course offerings at Hebron in conjunction with Collin College continue to grow rivaling and exceeding other schools in the area.

    Next, the Hebron Volleyball team is coming off its fourth state title, and its second state title in a row. The Hebron High School Marching Band finished second in the State UIL Marching Band contest earning the silver medal in San Antonio. All fine arts organizations received top ratings at their respective UIL competitions with the most All-state performers in band, choir and orchestra, collectively. Athletics continue to impress with the Girls Cross Country team going to state along with the Girls Golf team. Boys Basketball won district and the Boys Football team went two rounds deep in the playoffs. Our UIL Academic team was district champions, a first for the school. All academic teams excelled as well in their regional and national competitions: Latin (Junior Classical League), DECA, BPA, FCCLA, TSA, and HOSA just to mention a few. As a result, Hebron High School finished 5th in the UIL Lone Star Cup out of 248, 6A high schools in the state of Texas.

    As you can see, Hawk pride and success runs throughout our school. This success has been the result of a dedicated staff, the tireless efforts of our students, and the tremendous support of our parents. This trifecta makes our Motto of “Nothing Less Than Success” a reality.

    And finally parents, if you are new to Hebron High School, Welcome! The Hebron community is a great place to live as well as attend school. You will find our feeder schools to be exceptional whether you have children in elementary, middle or high school. You and your student(s) will also enjoy the United Nations feel of our schools, which makes for a unique experience rarely found in other schools. Students, because of our diversity, there is a place for you and all who come to Hebron High School. You will find our returning students are warm and friendly, and they welcome all who join our school. Parents, your children’s education will be challenging, but rewarding in a place where we have been blessed with the finest teachers, the most professional staff and spacious facilities. You have come to the right place!

    I look forward to meeting you soon.

    Scot Finch


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