Our Introduction to Healthcare students are having fun this morning learning about cupping therapy, e-stim and game ready cold compression therapy. Awesome job Ms. Winningham and class!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Cold compression therapy
Cupping therapy
E-stim
Each year our student council takes a “Vow of Silence” for one day. If they talk during the day they get a pie in the face before they leave. 😂😂😂 WE ❤️ OUR STUDENT COUNCIL!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
😊😂😂😂
Pies in the face
Lots of pies in the face
Student Council
Our AMDM teachers (Ms. O’Reilly and Mrs. Horn) made learning relevant and meaningful today! Students worked alongside their teachers to practice some of the skills they’ve been working on in the classroom.
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Mrs. Horn
Ms. O’Reily
Thank you WGTC for coming to Heard High to share information about your new Culinary Arts program! The “goodies” were great too!!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Culinary Arts at WGTC
Coach Napier’s class was busy working on demonstrating their understanding of a book they recently read. The students had a choice of creating a poster, PowerPoint or making a video. All students were engaged and eager to discuss the book. Awesome stuff!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Writing associates with the book
Awesome
Abandoned
Coach Napier
This morning we had the honor of recognizing senior golfer Shelby Oldham! Shelby will be the first golfer in school history to play at the next level. Congratulations Shelby on your commitment to Southern Union State!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Shelby
Coach Curbow and Shelby
Shelby and Coach Curbow, Head golf coach
Shelby’s family
Mrs. Nichols awesome students are working hard! They sorted a group of words for common denotations. Then, students classified the words into positive, negative, and neutral connotations. Great job!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Hard at work
Engaged
Learning is fun
Ms. Nichols class
WGTC is now offering a Dual Enrollment Culinary Arts Program! This program is FREE for eligible students. For more information contact Mrs. Stephanie Hall. stephanie.hall@heard.k12.ga.us
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Dual Enrollment
Our Heard High School Hero’s.... Happy Veterans Day!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Mr. Vincent
Mr. Mike
Mr. Taylor
Help support our NHS canned food drive!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
NHS
Happy Veterans Day to all our Veterans! We thank you for your service, dedication, and selfless sacrifice for our country!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Veterans Day Poem
HCHS Art Club is taking orders for Braves head ornaments, earrings or pins. $5 each. Please contact Mr. Robinson at clint.robinson@heard.k12.ga.us.
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Brave head earnings, pins, and ornaments.
Mrs. Poole’s students racing to balance equations in the “Snowman Challenge”!
7 months ago, Heard County High School
Hard at work
Checking answers
Learning is fun!
Are my answers correct?
Clean sweeps continue for the softball team. Students of the month for October!!
8 months ago, Heard County High School
Oct SOM
Congratulations to Clint Robinson! Bright Ideas winner. Thank you Coweta-Fayette EMC for supporting our amazing teachers and their creative ideas!
8 months ago, Rodney Kay
Robinson
Walked into Coach Taylor’s classroom and saw this on the board....GOOD STUFF”!
8 months ago, Heard County High School
Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes
Congratulations Clint Robinson on winning a Bright Ideas Grant! Thank you Coweta-Fayette EMC for supporting our amazing teachers and their creative ideas!
8 months ago, Heard County High School
Rachel Camp and Jason Manus
 Right ideas 2020 Winner
Congratulations to our football team and coaches for your big region win over Haralson County!
8 months ago, Heard County High School
Awesome team!
Heard 26-Haralson 12
Learning by Doing Endures! Some of our Coordinate Algebra students are learning about translations and rotations today!
8 months ago, Heard County High School
Coordinate Algebra Fun!
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Carroll EMC LINEMAN SCHOLARSHIP is now open! Click on the link for more information: https://www.carrollemc.com/scholarships Students must have two letters of recommendation: one professional, one personal. They also need three references and a typed 250-500 word essay explaining "Why I Want to be a Lineman".
8 months ago, Heard County High School