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 Welcome to Hampton High School!

 
Vision
To develop students’ character and integrity by providing encouragement and opportunities for student success.
 
Mission
To prepare students to be productive citizens of integrity through the development of their potential in academics, athletics and the arts.
 
 
 

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  Upcoming Information Session:

Hampton High School will host an information session for parents about drug and alcohol use in teens.  This session will cover what substance use looks like in general, experimentation versus addictive behavior, current trends in drug and alcohol use, and drugs in and around the community of Hampton.  Parents will also be given tools to start a dialogue with their teen about drug and alcohol use.  The evening will be hosted by Sarah Brannon, a Clinical Social Worker with Horizon Health.  The truth about e-cigarettes and “vaping” will also be discussed.  The date for this event is Wednesday, February 18 at 7pm in the Hampton High School Community Theatre.  We hope to see parents there.

  
 

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 Math Students of the Month

 

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Hampton High School  Math Students of the Month for January.

From left to right Madison Rideout (grade 10), Gabrielle Moulton (grade 9), Chloe Dempster (grade 9), Emily Wright (grade 12), and Kendra DeMerchant (grade 11).

 

 Science Student of the Month

 
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Hampton High School Science Students of the Month for April: 
Ben Agrell, Morgan Mersereau, 
Alex Booy, Emily Stevens​
 

 English Students of the Month

 

Hampton High School English Students of the Month for November: From left to right: Ben Gesner (Grade 10), Meghan Totten (Grade 11), Kristy Bethune (Grade 9), Ken Stackhouse (English SPR).  Missing from the photo was Sarah Liberty (Grade 12).