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Mission & Vision

Mission Statement: Empowering leaders and life-long learners for an ever-changing world.

Vision: A district of educational excellence, the pride of our community.

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News & Announcements

WinterWeather Winter Weather

Recent talk of snow in the forecast reminds us to share information regarding our processes for deciding to close school and how we let our parents and students know about closures and delays.

The decision to cancel school for inclement weather follows careful consideration by many representatives of Henry County Public Schools over an extended amount of time in conjunction with neighboring school districts, city, county and state road departments, local meteorologists and sometimes national weather experts.

Jazz It Up

The Henry County High School Marching Wildcats are in the middle of a busy and exciting competition season. Band members were excited to win their class and all caption awards at the U.S. Bands Southern State Regional Championships and earn 12th place in the finals in Chattanooga recently, but our musicians branch out into other genres of music as well. The jazz combo is pleased to announce an upcoming performance at the University of Louisville School of Music. 

The ensemble will play two tunes, “Watermelon Man” and “Blue Boss,” as the opening act for the UofL Student and Faculty Jazz Combo Concert on Monday Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Byrd Recital Hall at the School of Music. The event is free and open to the public. Our students would love to have some of you in the audience. 

Stein Meet Mr. Wildcat!

If you have been to a Henry County High School athletic event over the last three years, you may have noticed him on the sideline with his loud, booming voice and his Henry County Wildcat scarf held high above his head. He is the man who leads the C-A-T-S cheers and generally gets the crowd fired up at HCHS sporting events.

He is also the man who goes to events that are not usually on people’s radar such as cross country races, golf matches and marching band competitions.

When he is not on the sideline being the loudest person on the premises, he is coaching the HCHS chess team, which seems a little out of place considering his sports fan persona.

He is Jeff Stein, HCHS physics teacher and all around supporter of all extracurricular activities at HCHS.

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